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But as far as the Soo Greyhounds are concerned, Sunday's 4 3 shootout loss to the Guelph Storm, before 4,027 at Essar Centre, produced many more positives than negatives.
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"Sure it's frustrating. You want to end up on the right side of those games, said Keefe. the points don't matter at this point. What's important is learning lessons and getting better as a team. McGinn tucked a backhander under Murray for the lone shootout goal.
"It's a tough loss to take, Murray admitted. tough losing four times to them but we know we can play with anybody in the league. was outstanding today, added Keefe. nothing he could have done on any of their goals. Hounds were leading 2 0 and on the power play midway through the second period when a bad change cost them dearly.
As in four tight games.
"I've never seen anything like it, Keefe said of the line change. has full possession of the puck and three of our guys think it's okay to change? spoke of how his team gave the Storm all three of its goals.
"Every time we've played them, we've given them a real run for their money, said Speers, whose club held a 42 37 edge in shots.
The four year veteran made a huge save on Kerby Rychel midway through the frame, after robbing McGinn with a beautiful glove save early in the period.
After he struggled Friday in Sudbury the Storm blew a 5 0 lead and lost 6 5 to the Wolves Nichols gave his team the kind of bounce back effort it was looking for.
"We know we can play with any team in the league and we want to take that mind set into the playoffs, he added.
Captain Darnell Nurse took a delay of game penalty at 19:40 of the second period and Nick Ebert, on the ensuing face off, blistered a shot past Murray.
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"Once we were up 2 0, they woke up and showed how dominant they are, Keefe said of the Storm.
Sergey Tolchinsky and Tyler Gaudet had the other goals for the Hounds while Speers finished with a pair of assists.
scored with .2 seconds left in regulation, before notching his third goal of the night to win it in OT.
he made some huge saves for us today, said Storm head coach Scott Walker, whose club improved to 48 11 2 1. didn't love our first period we were watching. But we were better in the second and that was a great third period. gaining a single point, the Hounds (40 16 1 5) moved 11 points up on second place Windsor in the OHL's West Division. Both teams have six regular season games remaining.
"We played really well, said Murray, who was brilliant in the second period when the Hounds were outshot 18 8.
The visitors wound up with a 3 on 1 and Zack Mitchell scored into a wide open net. The short handed goal made it 2 1.
The power play goal at 19:44 tied the game 2 2.
Murray had earlier stopped a Fabbri attempt, while Storm netminder Justin Nichols was a perfect 3 for 3. Jared McCann had the puck slip off of his stick while Nichols made a great glove save on Charley Graaskamp, before turning aside Blake Speers.
"Losing a shootout doesn't change anything, said head coach Sheldon Keefe. "We did a lot of good things today. They're the best team in the league, but we can play with these guys. know we played a good game and we'll build off of the positives, said Hounds netminder Matt Murray, who was a standout for the home side.
"We've got work to do as a team to get ready for playoffs, said Keefe, whose club is slated to visit London Thursday, Sarnia on Friday and Windsor on Sunday afternoon.
The Greyhounds lost 5 3 to the Storm here on Feb. 14 and 5 3 in Guelph on Jan. 3. Both games ended with Guelph scoring into an empty net.
The Soo also blew leads of 3 0 and 4 1, before losing 6 5 in overtime at Sleeman Centre on Dec. 19. Robby Fabbri Reebok Mens Basketball Shoes
"But every time we had a Reebok Answer 13 positive and took over the game, we gave it back, added Nurse. shot ourselves in the foot. despite the setback, Nurse agreed with his teammates saying Sunday was a positive for his club.
David Miller, after Blake Speers worked tirelessly to keep the play alive, notched his 18th to put the Soo back in front early in the third.
But an inability to get the puck out didn't show enough urgency, Keefe said resulted in Justin Auger's game tying goal at 5:44.
As in four gut wrenching losses.
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