Game Preview: Guelph Storm vs. London Knights
The Storm travel to London to take on the Knights on Sunday afternoon and wrap up their 3in3 weekend which saw them lose back to back games against the Flint Firebirds.
The London Knights are finishing their 3rd game in 4 nights on Sunday afternoon and are looking to add another win after beating Windsor on Thursday night 6-3 and winning against Hamilton 4-1 on Friday night.
Guelph heads into Sunday in 7th place in the Western Conference with 49 points, while London is in 3rd place in the Western Conference with 60 points.
HEAD TO HEAD
2019-20 Regular Season
GUE 0-1-0-0 LDN 1-0-0-0
2018-19 Regular Season
GUE 4-1-0-1 LDN 2-3-1-0
Last Five Years
GUE 7-15-2-1 LDN 18-6-1-0
Last Five Years At Guelph Storm
GUE 4-7-1-1 LDN 9-3-1-0
Last Five Years At London Knights
GUE 3-8-1-0 LDN 9-3-0-0
LAST 5 GAMES
Guelph Storm London Knights
Season Record 22-17-1-4 29-13-1-1
Last 10 Games 1-9-0-0 9-1-0-0
Streak 0-9-0-0 5-0-0-0
Last Game 4-1 L @ Flint (2020-01-25) Final 4-1 W vs Hamilton (2020-01-24) Final
Home Record 13-8-1-1 15-6-1-0
Away Record 9-9-0-3 14-7-0-1
Goals For 152 182
Goals Against 143 140
Power Plays 33/167 (19.76%) 43/169 (25.44%)
Power Plays - Home 15/96 (15.63%) 22/85 (25.88%)
Power Plays - Away 18/71 (25.35%) 21/84 (25%)
Penalty Killing 32/158 (20.25%) 30/168 (17.86%)
Penalty Killing - Home 15/80 (81.25%) 12/81 (85.19%)
Penalty Killing - Away 17/78 (78.21%) 18/87 (79.31%)
Leading Rookie Bakanov (9-8-17) Steklov (1-4-5)
Most Penalty Minutes Pavel Gogolev Cole Tymkin
Team PIM/GM 8.8/44 11/44
Players to Watch
Guelph Storm - NHL Drafted Players
The Guelph Storm have 3 current players drafted to NHL clubs including: Cam Hillis (MTL - 3rd Round) , Fedor Gordeev (TOR - 5th Round. Traded to MIN) and Martin Has (WSH - 5thRound).
London Knights - NHL Drafted Players
The London Knights have 8 players drafted to NHL teams, that include: Connor McMichael (WSH - 1st Round), Liam Foudy (CBJ - 1st Round), Ryan Merkley (SJ - 1st Round), Jonathan Gruden (OTT - 4th Round), Markus Phillips (LA - 4th Round), Alec Regula (DET - 3rd Round. Traded to CHI), Matvey Guskov (MIN - 5th Round) and Hunter Skinner (NYR - 4th Round).
The Storm are on the road next week as well with games in North Bay on Friday and Sudbury on Saturday to finish off the month of January. Guelph returns home on Wednesday February 5th against the Erie Otters at 7:00pm.
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