Otters Fall to Storm 4-1 in Guelph

GUELPH, ON – The Erie Otters were back in action on Friday night when they traveled to Guelph to take on the Storm. Erie got off to a good start with the game’s first goal coming off of the stick of Alex Gritz for his 10th of the year. Guelph answered with a late period goal of their own from Isaac Ratcliffe to tie the game up heading into the first intermission.  


In the second period, Isaac Ratcliffe would find the back of the net twice to complete the hat trick and put the Storm ahead by two.  


In the final period, Keegan Stevenson added another goal to the Storm lead to put the game out of reach for the Otters, who would fall with a final score of 4-1.


The Otters will be back in action tomorrow night in Owen Sound when they take on the Attack at 7:30PM.


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