The Soo Greyhounds haven’t had much luck against the Guelph Storm this season.
In three games against the Storm, the Greyhounds have lost by a combined five goals, two of which have been of the empty net variety. That includes a 5-3 loss against the Storm on Friday night at the Essar Centre in the first of a four-game homestand for the locals.
A pair of third-period goals broke a 3-3 tie in the third period to give the Storm the win, including a tough game-winner that saw Guelph’s Pius Suter score on a rebound that seemed to deflect in off Greyhounds defenceman Tyler Ganly and past Matt Murray.
“Our guys deserved better,” said Greyhounds Coach Sheldon Keefe. “We had a great period (in the third) and played hard for a better part of the game. We were right in there against the best team in the league and gave ourselves every chance.”
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