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Guelph scores four power-play goals en route to 5-2 victory over Windsor

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GUELPH, Ont. - Dennis Hollenstein scored the first of four power-play goals while Cody St. Jacques made 26 saves as the Guelph Storm upended the Windsor Spitfires 5-2 Friday night in the Ontario Hockey League.

Tyler Melancon, Matt Kennedy and Jamie Arniel also had man-advantage goals while Brandon Buck added a first-period tally for the Storm (4-4-0-0).

Jordan Nolan and Elgin Reid countered for the Spitfires (7-1-0-1).

Andrew Engelage was replaced in the Windsor net after surrendering three first-period goals on 11 shots. Backup netminder Matt Hackett made 20 saves the rest of the way.

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