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Catenacci's two goals, three assists lead Rangers to 6-3 win over Storm

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KITCHENER, Ont. - Michael Catenacci had five points to lead the Kitchener Rangers to a 6-3 win over the Guelph Storm on Tuesday in Ontario Hockey League action.

Catenacci's two goals and three assists was the first time this season a Rangers' player has surpassed four points in a game.

The Rangers coughed up a 2-0 first period lead, as the Storm scored three in a row for a 3-2 edge. The Rangers fought back with four unanswered goals to send Guelph to their fourth loss in a row.

Tobias Rieder also had a big night for the Rangers (34-15-1), with two goals and two assists. Ryan Murphy had a goal and two assists, while Brent Pederson had the other Rangers goal. Cody Sol chipped in with two helpers.

Ryan Horvat had a goal and an assist for Guelph (21-23-5), while Andrey Pedan and Mac Nichol had the other Storm goals.

Kitchener's Franky Palazzese turned aside 42 of 45 shots, while Garret Sparks stopped 31 shots for Guelph.

The Rangers were 2 for 9 on the power play and Guelph scored once in seven opportunities with the man advantage.

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