It has been a wild playoffs for the Guelph Storm to say the least.
The team has found themselves trailing time and time again, and Sunday was no different.
In game 6 against the Ottawa 67's, though the Storm was leading the series 3-2, they were down 2-0 heading into the second period.
As they had done on several occurances throughout the playoffs, they completed an epic comeback, scoring five goals in the second period to eventually win the game 8-3.
In their fourth straight win of the series, they eliminated the 67's and were crowned the 2019 OHL Champions.
"Can't say enough about the guys in the room," Markus Phillips said.
"There are so many veterans in the room, we knew we could battle through anything. To finish off like this is unbelievable."
Sean Durzi, who finished the game with two assists, credits the character and resiliency of his teammates.
"It's unbelievable," Durzi added. "Especially in the fashion that we did it in, there's no words for it. There's a ton of character in our room. These guys are my best friends and to experience it with these guys is unbelievable."
The Storm will move on to compete in the Memorial Cup, which begins on Friday.
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