Guelph Storm not very offensive in road loss

ERIE, PA — The Guelph Storm managed just 14 shots on net Saturday night as they lost for the second night in a row, falling 4-1 to the Erie Otters.

It was a 1-0 game for Erie after 20 minutes on a goal by Austen Swankler.

A Ty Collins power play goal late in the second period, assisted by Jacob Roach and Pavel Gogolev, tied the game, but the home side restored the lead 40 seconds later on another goal by Swankler.

Continue reading at GuelphToday

More News
They sting a little more when you blow a three-goal lead
13 hours ago
Game Preview: Guelph Storm vs. Kitchener Rangers
1 day ago
Guelph Storm coach losing his patience
1 day ago
Game Preview: Kitchener Rangers at Guelph Storm
2 days ago
Slumping Guelph Storm talk things over
2 days ago
Game Preview: Owen Sound Attack at Guelph Storm
4 days ago