Roller coaster ride ends in eighth straight loss for Guelph Storm

Tony Saxon / Guelph Today

For a while it looked like the Guelph Storm was on its way to snapping its eight-game losing skid Friday night at the Sleeman Centre.

After falling behind 3-0 in the first period, the Storm responded with four unanswered goals in the second period then scored early in the third to take a 5-3 lead and all the momentum.

Then the roof fell in.

Flint scored four consecutive goals in the third period to pull out the 7-5 win.

“In the third it was kind of 50/50 then for a couple of minutes we got into some mental lapses in the D zone and that just made the outcome the way it was,” said Storm forward Eric Uba, who had two of the Storm goals.

Continue reading at

More News
Top Storm Team Challenge 1996-97 vs. 1993-94
14 hours ago
5 Questions with Nick Suzuki
17 hours ago
Top Storm Team 1998-99 vs. 2004-05
4 days ago
Top Storm Team 1994-95 vs. 2015-16
5 days ago
Daws, Gogolev and Burnett named to 2019-20 OHL All-Star Teams
6 days ago
Top Storm Team 1995-96 vs. 2016-17
6 days ago