By: Chris Crawford – Ottawa67s.com
The Ottawa 67’s earned their fourth straight win this afternoon vs. the Guelph Storm with a 4-1 victory. The win put them in the Eastern Conference lead at 33 points.
The 67’s and Storm had a close first period, exchanging one goal a piece. The 2nd period saw de Haan get a power play goal, proving to be the game winner and Nevin Guy got his first goal of the season.
Jeremiah Addison got a 3rd period power play goal to seal the game in the 3rd period.
Leo Lazarev earned his fourth consecutive victory as well, posting a .958 save percentage.
The 67’s visit the Kitchener Rangers Friday December 4th at 7:30 PM. The team returns to TD Place Arena on Wednesday December 9th vs. Kingston at 7:00 p.m.
Tickets are available at the here, or by calling 613-232-6767, x1.
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Ottawa 67’s 4 , Guelph Storm 1
(at Arena at TD Place, Ottawa)
67’s goals: Travis Barron (8), Evan de Haan (3), Nevin Guy (1), Jeremiah Addison (11)
Storm goals: Luke Burghardt (4),
Multi-point games: 67’s: Travis Konecny (0-2), Jeremiah Addison (1-1), Ben Fanjoy (0-2)
Goaltenders: 67’s – Leo Lazarev (W-11-5-0-0, 24 shots, 23 saves); Storm-Michael Giugovaz (L-5-4-3-0,33 shots, 29 saves)
Power Play: 67’s: 2/3 ; Storm: 0/2
Shots on goal: 67’s: 33; Storm: 24
Upcoming 67’s games: Friday, December 4 at Kitchener Rangers, 7:30 p.m., Kitchener Memorial Auditorium; Saturday, December 5 at London Knights, 7 p.m., Budweiser Gardens; Sunday December 6 at Sarnia, RBC Centre, 2 p.m.
Ottawa record: 16-9-1-0
Ottawa record at home: 7-3-0-0
Ottawa record on road: 9-6-1-0