It wasn’t pretty, but they’ll take it

Tony Saxon / Guelph Today

They got away with one.

Nobody on the Guelph Storm was feeling too full of themselves after Sunday’s 5-4 overtime win over the struggling Niagara IceDogs.

Losers of 13 straight coming into Guelph, Niagara outworked and outplayed the Storm for most of the game and likely deserved better than another loss.

A third-period rally and some goal-mouth digging by Cam Hillis saved the day.

“We’re not going to over-analyze the game today. We, to a man, recognize that we weren’t sharp … lot’s of guys had tough nights tonight,” said Storm coach George Burnett.

“If there’s any good that came out of it, it’s that we found a way.”

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