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Storm winning streak snapped in London

Guelph led 2-0 early, but it was all London after that
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LONDON – The London Knights scored six unanswered goals Tuesday night to snap the Guelph Storm's four-game win streak with a 6-2 victory at Budweiser Gardens.

Guelph jumped out to a 2-0 lead in the first period on goals by Danny Zhilkin and Valentin Zhugin, but it was all London after that. They had it tied 2-2 by the end of the first then blew it open with three goals in the second.

Their six goals, two of them on the power play, came on 24 shots on Storm netminder Jacob Oster, with six different Knights scoring goals.

Guelph had just 19 shots on London's Brett Brochu.

Guelph hosts Erie on Friday and Kitchener on Saturday night.