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Slumping Guelph Storm falls to lowly Frontenacs

New defenceman Martin Haš makes his debut in 3-1 defeat
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KINGSTON — The Guelph Storm lost its fourth straight Saturday night, 3-1 to the Kingston Frontenacs.

Kingston's Maddox Callens scored the winning goal at 13:39 of the third period, a long wrist shot that seemed to deflect off a Guelph defenceman's stick before beating goaltender Owen Bennett.

That goal made it 2-1. Shane Wright finished off the game with an empty netter.

Gueph now sits in fifth place in the Western Conference.

Pavel Gogolev had tied the game for Guelph at 7:21 of the third on the power play.

Guelph managed just 23 shots on Frontenacs goaltender Christian Propp, with Bennett facing 28.

New defenceman Martin Haš made his Storm debut and was one of the team's better players. He played a regular shift and saw time on special teams.

The Storm has a pair of home games next weekend, Friday against Owen Sound and Saturday against Kitchener.



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