Kitchener Rangers keep perfect record after 4-2 win against Guelph Storm

The Kitchener Rangers are now 3-0 against their Highway 7 rivals the Guelph Storm this season following a 4-2 win at the Aud on Tuesday evening.

Mitchell Martin scored twice while Mike Petizian and Roman Schmidt also potted goals for the Rangers.

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Kitchener held a 4-0 lead into the third period before Cam Allen scored on the powerplay for the Storm at the 8:32 mark for his first career goal in the Ontario Hockey League.

Matthew Papais then scored his second goal of the season a few minutes later.

Jackson Parsons made 21 saves in the Rangers’ win, while Owen Bennett stopped 17 shots in the loss.

Rangers remain unbeaten in the 2021-22 season with a 4-0 record, while the Storm are 1-3-1 through five games.

Both teams return to action on Friday with the Rangers hosting the Windsor Spitfires and the Storm heading to Sarnia to play the Sting.

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The two rivals will then play each other again on Sunday at 2 p.m. at the Sleeman Centre in downtown Guelph.

All of the Guelph Storm games can be heard on 1460 CJOY with Larry Mellott.

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