KITCHENER — The Guelph Storm has gone from thinking it can win to believing it should win.
That growing confidence was evident Friday night as the Storm downed the Kitchener Rangers 6-3 at The Aud in the first meeting of the season between the two rivals.
That makes it five straight wins for Guelph, who sit tied for sixth in the Western Conference but just three points back of first place Flint.
“We’ve got to earn everything we get and I think that’s what they’re learning, that nothing comes easy,” said assistant coach Chad Wiseman, who was handling the head coaching duties Friday as George Burnett was off scouting the Battle of the Border minor midget tournament in Sarnia.
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