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performance, had the other goals for the home side.
player came off the bench, didn't try to play the puck and hit him (Nurse) in the back of the shoulder, Keefe said. officials told me it was clean hit and Darnell was off balance. But with eight eyes on the ice, you'd like to think those kinds of things are called. manager Kyle Dubas confirmed after the game the team would be sending video of the play into the OHL office.
Asked about the bounce that led to the winner, Guelph head coach Scott Walker spoke of how when you drive the net, as Suter did, anything can happen.
probably had more puck luck than we did, said Fritsch.
allowed Suter to get behind them.
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Soo defenceman Tyler Hore went after Bauman, who wasn't penalized, and both received fighting majors.
you never know what'll happen with a bounce, Walker added.
played well enough to win, said Dupuy. need to remember this feeling and bring the same effort into the game against Windsor. a tough loss to take, but we need to bounce back quickly, Miller said as he looked ahead to tonight's contest. a big game for us against Windsor.
The Spitfires (34 19 2 0) beat Sudbury 6 3 Friday to move to within seven points of the Greyhounds in the OHL's West Division race. And Windsor has a game in hand.
Meantime, Hounds captain Darnell Nurse, who had a pair of assists, was on the receiving end of a check from Guelph's Chadd Bauman 13 minutes into the second period.
you're asking for trouble when that happens, he said.
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He took six stitches enough for him to be able to finish the game, said athletic therapist Rich Rotenberg and returned for the start of the third period.
But there's no way of telling how a puck is going to bounce, and the Storm took advantage of a fluky ricochet on the winning goal.
Auger and Brock McGinn, who converted a 2 on 1, had the other goals for the winners, who were outshot 42 38, including 17 9 as the Hounds came on in the final period.
That tied the game 1 1 at the 3:03 mark of the opening frame.
Nurse would need additional stitches at hospital. Asked if a plastic surgeon would be required, he said: he won't need one. used the words hit, to describe what he thought Bauman did to Nurse.
Friday, following a hard fought setback, Keefe spoke of how his team came close to doing just that.
In order to beat the Guelph Storm, Sheldon Keefe believed his Soo Greyhounds needed to play a near perfect game.
Nurse, whose head went into the glass, was bleeding from a deep cut in his forehead and left the ice.
The goal, with 1:58 to go in regulation, snapped a 3 3 tie.
After netminder Matt Murray stopped Justin Auger's scoring attempt at the side of the Soo goal, the puck bounced in front and hit both Guelph forward Pius Suter and the skate of Hounds defenceman Tyler Ganly, before winding up in the net.
As soon as the game ended, Nurse was taken to Sault Area Hospital for additional treatment.
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Zac Leslie added an empty netter with 19 seconds remaining.
played well enough to win. Our guys deserved better, said Keefe, whose club dropped a 5 3 decision to the Storm before 4,401 at Essar Centre. very disappointing. We played hard against the best team in the league. We gave them a hell of a fight. think we outplayed them to be honest, added overage winger Andrew Fritsch.
While Walker praised Nichols, Keefe said Murray to be better. I don't think he was the best goalie on the ice tonight (Friday). was a game I enjoyed winning, obviously, said Nichols, a St. Catharines native. it's not much more fun that any other win. home start against Windsor.
The Storm also got a break on its first goal. Murray made a pad save on a Scott Kosmachuk shot, but the puck bounced off of a driving Jason Dickinson and into the net.
tough to lose on a bad bounce, added winger Bryan Moore, who rifled a shot past Storm goalie Justin Nichols to draw the home side to within 3 2 late in the second period.
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