- Niagara IceDogs lose 4-1 to Guelph Storm in preseason game
- Guelph scores two short-handed goals in the first period
- IceDogs' Michael Podolioukh gets a powerplay goal in the second period
The Niagara IceDogs faced a tough loss against the Guelph Storm in a preseason game, with a final score of 4-1 in favor of the Storm. Despite opening the season with a strong win against the Petes, the IceDogs were unable to maintain their momentum. Guelph’s Ryan McGuire was a standout performer, scoring two short-handed goals in the first period. The IceDogs managed to get on the scoreboard with a powerplay goal from Michael Podolioukh, but Guelph sealed the win with another goal in the third period. The IceDogs’ goaltender, Owen Flores, made 34 saves on 38 shots. The game was characterized by Guelph’s dominance in shots on goal, finishing 38-23 in their favor. The IceDogs will look to bounce back in their final home preseason game against the Oshawa Generals.
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