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Storm and 67’s set to collide in OHL final

TONY SAXON, GUELPHTODAY.COM

By Tony Saxon, GuelphToday.com – Ottawa 67’s coach André Tourigny was asked what he needs to do to beat the Guelph Storm.

“Do you want me to explain to George what I think about his team?” said Tourigny, half-joking. “He doesn’t need me. He’s really good by himself.”

The 67’s and Storm face off Thursday night in Game 1 of the best-of-seven OHL final.

The two teams split their two regular season games, Guelph winning 8-4 at the Sleeman Centre and Ottawa winning 4-3 in overtime in Ottawa.

But that last game was Feb. 1 and both teams have come a long way since then.

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