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Top Storm Team Challenge 2003-04 vs. 1997-98

To kick off our 30th Anniversary Season, we are asking fans to choose the greatest Storm team of all time!

We are onto the Semi-finals!

Today’s match up pairs the Champs of 2003-04 against the Champs of 1997-98.

Vote below for the team you think should advance to the Finals.

Guelph Storm 2003-04

Record: 49-14-0-0, 103 pts (2nd in Western Conference)

Top Scorers: Martin St. Pierre (110 pts), Dan Paille (80 pts), Matt Ryan (70 pts)

Top Goalie: Adam Dennis– Record: 33-10-2-0 GAA 2.50 SV% 0.907 SO 3

NHL Draft Picks: Cam Janssen- – NJ (2002) Rd: 4 (#117), Dan Paille – BUF (2002) Rd: 1 (#20), Tyler Haskins – DET (2004) Rd: 5 (#162), Ryan Garlock – CHI (2004) Rd: 2 (#45), Matt Ryan – LA FA (2004), Ryan Callahan – NYR (2004) Rd: 4 (#127), Jacob Koreis – PHX (2002) Rd: 1 (#19), Ryan Parent – NSH (2005) Rd: 1 (#18), Kevin Klein – NSH (2003) Rd: 2 (#37), Adam Dennis – BUF (2005) Rd: 6 (#182), Danny Taylor – LA (2004) Rd: 7 (#221)

Playoffs: Won J.Ross Robertson Trophy as OHL Champs -Won 1st round vs. Owen Sound (7 games) – Won 2nd round vs. Plymouth (4 games) – Won 3rd round vs. London (7 games) – Won OHL Finals vs. Mississauga (4 games)

OHL Champions/J. Ross Robertson Trophy winners

Finished 4th at Memorial Cup

Awards:

  • Martin St. Pierre, Leo Lalonde Memorial Trophy (Overage Player of the Year)
  • Martin St. Pierre, Wayne Gretzky 99 Award (Playoffs MVP)

Stats and Roster

Guelph Storm 1997-98

Record: 42-17-1-0, 91 pts (1st OHL)

J. Ross Robertson Cup winners as OHL Champions

Top Scorers: Brian Willsie (76 pts), Andrew Long (69 pts), Nick Bootland (60 pts)

Top Goalie: Chris Madden– Record: 33-11-3-0 GAA 2.73 SV% 0.917 SO 4

NHL Draft Picks: Manny Malhotra – NYR (1998) Rd: 1 (#7), Kent McDonnell – DET (1999) Rd: 6 (#181), Matt Lahey – WSH (1996) Rd: 5 (#126), Andrew Long – FLA (1996) Rd: 5 (#129), Brian McGratton – LA (1999) Rd: 4 (#104), Ryan Davis – BUF (1996) Rd: 6 (#142), Brian Willsie – COL (1996) Rd: 6 (#146), Nick Bootland – DAL (1996) Rd: 9 (#220), Dusty Jamieson – MTL (1999) Rd: 5 (#136), Eric Beaudoin – TB (1998) Rd: 4 (#92), Chris Hajt – EDM (1996) Rd: 2 (#32), Mike Vellinga – CHI (1996) Rd: 7 (#184), Kevin Mitchell – CGY (1998) Rd: 9 (#234), Ian Forbes – PHI (1998) Rd: 2 (#51), Chris Madden – CAR (1998) Rd: 4 (#97)

Playoffs: 1st Round Win vs. Sudbury (4 games) 2nd Round win vs. Plymouth (4 games), 3rd Round Win vs. Ottawa (5 games)

OHL Champions

Finished second at the Memorial Cup. Losing in OT to the Portland Winter hawks.

Stats and Roster

Who should advance to the Finals?

Total Votes: 82

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