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Greyhounds fall to Storm

Playoff positioning is slowly taking shape in the Ontario Hockey League for the Soo Greyhounds. The Greyhounds dropped a 6-2 decision to the Guelph Storm on Friday night, falling five points behind the Storm in the Western Conference standings.
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Playoff positioning is slowly taking shape in the Ontario Hockey League for the Soo Greyhounds.

The Greyhounds dropped a 6-2 decision to the Guelph Storm on Friday night, falling five points behind the Storm in the Western Conference standings. The loss, combined with a win by the Sarnia Sting on Friday, drops the Greyhounds into seventh in the conference.

Ryan Horvat, Cody McNaughton, Scott Kosmachuk and Tanner Richard had a goal and an assist each for the Storm in the win. Brock McGinn and Zack Mitchell also scored for the Storm.

Storm goaltender Garret Sparks stopped 25 shots.

Colin Miller and Sergey Tolchinsky scored for the Greyhounds in the loss. Matt Murray stopped 37 shots for the Greyhounds.

Following a day off on Saturday, the Greyhounds return to action on Sunday afternoon when they travel to Kitchener to take on the Rangers.
 



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