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Onside Sports offers alternative to traditional youth programs

Onside Sports offers alternative to traditional youth programs

Church-based program expects to have 4,000 registered in Guelph in next five years
Guelph Storm coach to assist with Team Canada at u-18 worlds

Guelph Storm coach to assist with Team Canada at u-18 worlds

Tournament takes place next month in North Dakota
Guelph could be part of bid to host major sports event

Guelph could be part of bid to host major sports event

Canada Summer Games in 2021 would be shared with Kitchener, Cambridge and Waterloo
Questions, and answers, surrounding the Guelph Storm moving forward

Questions, and answers, surrounding the Guelph Storm moving forward

We look at some of the burning questions surrounding the team next season
Three Gryphons sign pro deals

Three Gryphons sign pro deals

One in AHL, two in ECHL
Guelph Storm GM reflects on rough season

Guelph Storm GM reflects on rough season

Says team is building towards peaking in 2017-18 campaign
Looks like Jarrod Skalde will be back as Guelph Storm coach

Looks like Jarrod Skalde will be back as Guelph Storm coach

Skalde and team in contract discussions
Guelph's Connor Wood named hoop final MVP

Guelph's Connor Wood named hoop final MVP

Nets 22 points in championship game
Gryphons finish fourth at nationals

Gryphons finish fourth at nationals

Fall 3-1 to St. Mary's in bronze medal game
Greyhounds beat Storm to end regular season

Greyhounds beat Storm to end regular season

SAULT STE. MARIE, ON – It was a game that meant very little standings-wise for either team. The Soo Greyhounds and Guelph Storm wrapped up the Ontario Hockey League regular season on Sunday afternoon at the Essar Centre