Game 6 of the OHL Championship series between the Guelph Storm and the Ottawa 67’s goes Sunday afternoon at 2:00pm at the Sleeman Centre as Guelph looks to win their fourth OHL Championship in Storm history.
The 67’s won game 1 against the Storm 7-2 after scoring 3 consecutive power play goals in the 3rd period to give them a 1-0 series lead.
In game 2, the Storm took a 2-0 lead before the 67’s scored 4 consecutive goals and were able to hold on and win the game 4-3 and take a 2-0 series lead heading to Guelph for game 3.
Game 3 in Guelph belonged to the Storm as they dominated the 67’s and won the game 7-2 and won their first game of the OHL Finals.
In game 4, Ottawa jumped out to an early 1-0 lead before the Storm scored 4 consecutive goals to give them a 4-2 lead heading into the 3rd period. In the 3rd, Liam Hawel scored to give the Storm a 3 goal lead before Ottawa made things interesting by scoring 2 late goals to bring the game within one. But, that was as close as the 67’s would get as the Storm held on to a 5-4 win and tied the best of 7 series 2-2.
Game 5 in Ottawa was a fast paced back and forth game as Ottawa took a 1-0 lead half way through the 1st period before Cedric Ralph and Isaac Ratcliffe scored for Guelph to give the Storm a 2-1 lead heading into the 2nd period. Early in the 2nd, Alexey Toropchenko scored to give Guelph a 3-1 lead, but a couple minutes later Sasha Chmelevski scored his 11th of the playoffs to bring the game within one goal. Nate Schnarr finished off a great pass from Liam Hawel half way through the period to give Guelph a 2 goal lead heading into the final period of action. In the 3rd, Ottawa dominated and outshot the Storm 13-5 and Tye Felhaber scored his second of the game to bring Ottawa within one goal again. Anthony Popovich was fantastic in the final 5 minutes of the 3rd period and the Guelph Storm were able to hold on to a 4-3 win and take a 3-2 series lead back to Guelph for game 6.
HEAD TO HEAD
|Last Five Years
|Last Five Years At Ottawa
|Last Five Years At Guelph
|Last 10 Games
||4-3 L vs Guelph (2019-05-10) Final
||4-3 W @ Ottawa (2019-05-10) Final
|Power Plays – Home
|Power Plays – Away
|Penalty Killing – Home
|Penalty Killing – Away
|Most Penalty Minutes
Players to Watch
Isaac Ratcliffe had a spectacular season for the Guelph Storm by scoring a career high 50 goals and 32 assists for 82 points in 65 games. In the playoffs, Isaac has been able to continue his offensive numbers collecting 13 goals and 13 assists for 26 points in 23 games including 4 goals and 1 assist against the 67’s in the OHL Finals.
Kevin Bahl finished his 3rd OHL regular season with a career high 6 goals and 28 assists for 34 points and had an impressive +/- of 50 in 68 games for Ottawa. In the post-season, Kevin has scored 1 goal and added 9 assists for 10 points in 14 games and has a strong +/- of 12 heading into game 6 of the OHL Finals.
Game 1: Guelph @ Ottawa – Thursday May 2nd at 7:00pm
Game 2: Guelph @ Ottawa – Saturday May 4th at 2:00pm
Game 3: Ottawa @ Guelph – Monday May 6th at 7:00pm
Game 4: Ottawa @ Guelph – Wednesday May 8th at 7:00pm
Game 5: Guelph @ Ottawa – Friday May 10th at 7:00pm
Game 6: Ottawa @ Guelph – Sunday May 12th at 2:00pm
Game 7: Guelph @ Ottawa – Monday May 13th at 7:00pm *
* If Neccessary