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Storm take advantage of wild second period, downing the Wolves 6-4 @NHLdotcom

GUELPH, Ont. - Anthony Nigro scored the winning goal in a wild second period as the Guelph Storm emerged victorious, downing the Sudbury Wolves 6-4 in Ontario Hockey League action Sunday afternoon.

A total of eight goals were scored in the middle 20 minutes, five by Guelph and three by Sudbury. Nigro's winner at 13:01 of the period was also the goal that chased Alain Valiquette from the Wolves' net.

Peter Holland had a three-point game, scoring once and adding two assists, while Brandon Buck, Taylor Beck, Cody McNaughton and Tyler Melancon also scored for the Storm (8-4-1-0).

Matt Dias had a goal and two assists, Patrik Lusnak contributed a goal and an assist, Peter Hermenegildo opened the scoring and Brett Thompson added a goal for Sudbury (5-3-1-1).

Jake Fischer made 23 saves for Guelph, while Valiquette stopped 22 shots for the Wolves before being pulled. He was replaced by Andrew Loverock, who stopped 11 of 12 shots.

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