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Guelph Storm falls apart in the third against Knights

Knights score four in the third to pull out the easy win

LONDON - A sputtering offence and some shaky goaltending saw the Guelph Storm fall 6-1 to the London Knights in London Wednesday.

It was a 2-0 game heading into the third period when London scored four unanswered goals on Storm goaltender Anthony Popovich to make it 6-0 at one point.

Dom Commisso scored a power play goal with time winding down to end the shutout bid of Knights goaltender Joseph Raaymakers.

Popovich allowed six goals on 32 shots.

Sean Durzi returned to the Storm lineup, recovered from an upper body injury that has kept him out the past two weeks.

Guelph will host the Kitchener Rangers Friday night then host the Flint Firebirds Family Day Monday in a 2 p.m. start at the Sleeman Centre.