Storm fall to Bulldogs

By Tony Saxon,

One night after probably deserving a better fate, the Guelph Storm got what they deserved Saturday in Hamilton.

Sloppy in their own end and lacking the jump they showed the night before against Windsor, the Storm played catch-up all night before losing 5-4 to the Hamilton Bulldogs at First Ontario Centre.

“I don’t think we played well enough to say ‘we should have won that game,’” Storm coach Jarrod Skalde said.

“You give yourself a chance and you fight back into it, but at the end of the day  if you shoot yourself in the foot time and time again, you don’t deserve to win.”

Guelph never led in the game and twice trailed by a pair of goals.

“I just thought our whole team, our energy level compared to (Friday) night was a lot lower. We just didn’t have that jump we saw last night,” said Skalde.

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