PHOTOS: Rangers vs. Storm – Oct. 21st, 2018

Guelph, ON: For the second time in three days, the Rangers and Storm faced off in a midwest division clash, this time in the Royal City.

It was a back-and-forth first frame as Guelph’s Nate Schnarr opened up the scoring on a Rangers giveaway in front of Luke Richardson. Shortly after it was Jonathan Yantsis earning his eighth of the season on a poweplay goal. Guelph, on a powerplay of their own, took the lead back thanks to Luke Ratcliffe and then, finally, Kitchener knotted the game up on a Rickard Hugg goal and that’s how the first would end. 2-2.

30-seconds into the second, Schnarr scored his second of the night on a breakaway and once again, the Storm went up by a goal, 3-2. The score would stay that way until the final few minutes of the period when the Storm scored their second powerplay goal of the night to go up 4-2 after 4o-minutes of play.

The third period featured just one goal, an empty-netter by Ratcliffe, which made the game 5-2 and that’s how it’d end for the Rangers.

More News
Rangers look to match longest home winning streak in five years
56 mins ago
Rangers grad Liam Maaskant receives AUS Student-Athlete Community Service Award
4 hours ago
RANGERS VISION: The Insider - Kain Tisi
1 day ago
Season Ticket Holder early bird pricing ends Friday!
1 day ago
HIGHLIGHTS: Rangers vs. Firebirds - Feb. 22, 2020
1 day ago
SPOTLIGHT: Brandon Merli
2 days ago