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Pedan has two goals sd Storm win third straight, 7-1 over Greyhounds

Sunday, 10.21.2012 / 10:44 PM / News

The Canadian Press

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Pedan has two goals sd Storm win third straight, 7-1 over Greyhounds

SAULT STE MARIE, Ont. - Andrey Pedan had a pair of goals and an assist as the Guelph Storm cruised to a 7-1 win over the Sault Ste. Marie Greyhounds in Ontario Hockey League action Sunday.

Hunter Garlent and Justin Auger added a goal and an assist each while Daniel Poliziani, Tyler Bertuzzi and Scott Kosmachuk also scored. Brock McGinn and Tanner Richard added two assists each for Guelph (9-2-1).

Storm didn't show any fatigue in their third games in as many nights in as many cities. Guelph picked up a 6-3 win at home Friday and an 8-5 victory Saturday in Saginaw.

Garret Sparks stopped 45 shots for the Storm, who extended their unbeaten streak to 8-0-1. The streak also includes five straight wins.

Matt Fuller scored the lone goal for the Greyhounds (7-6-0).

Matt Murray got the start for the Greyhounds, stopping five shots before being pulled after the third Guelph goal. Justin Nichols came in and stopped 27 shots the rest of the way.

Guelph went 2-for-6 on the power play while the Greyhounds were scoreless in seven opportunities.

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