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Shorthanded Storm looks to get back in the series tonight

Roughly 200 seats plus standing room available for tonight's game as of 11 a.m.
Guelph Storm captain Braeden Bowman will be out of the lineup tonight with an injury.

If the Guelph Storm is going to mount a comeback in their opening round OHL playoff series against the Sault Ste. Marie Greyhounds, they'll have to do it without several key players.

Game 3 of the series goes tonight at the Sleeman Centre with the Storm down 2-0 in the series. Game 4 is Wednesday night at the Sleeman Centre. Both games start at 6:30 p.m.

Guelph will be without six of its top players tonight due to injury and suspension: captain Braeden Bowman and centre Jake Karabela (lower body) are both out after being injured in Game 2, Brayden Gillespie (lower body) hasn't played yet, Rowan Topp (upper body) also missed Game 2, Max Namestnikov (second game of a four-game suspension), Brayden Hislop (long term injury) are also out.

That's three of the team's top four point-getters in the regular season unavailable. Bowman was also the team's top goal scorer this season with 37. 

Combined Bowman, Karabela and Namestinikov scored 86 goals in the regular season.

There are roughly 200 seats plus standing room still available for tonight's game as of 11 a.m.


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