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Big road win for Guelph Storm

Ratcliffe scores a pair in win over one of the Eastern Conference's top teams
Guelph Storm winger Isaac Ratcliffe was the first of four Storm players taken in the 2016 NHL draft. File photo

KINGSTON - Isaac Ratcliffe scored twice, including the game winner with five minutes left in regulation, to lift the Guelph Storm to a 4-2 victory over the Kingston Frontenacs Friday.

Ratcliffe took a nice saucer pass from Liam Hawel on a two on one break and one-timed it past Fronts goaltender Brendan Bonello for his 21st goal of the season.

Dmitri Samorukov iced the game with an empty netter.

Cedric Ralph, in the first period that ended 1-1, had the other Storm goal and Anthony Popovich made 35 saves.

Storm captain Garrett McFadden had a strong game, picking up three assists. Hawel had two.

Guelph will wrap up its three-game road trip on Sunday in Ottawa.