01 Jan 2019, 17:30  |  Regular season  |  Altrincham Ice Dome
Manchester Storm5-3 Sheffield Steelers
Periods:
Shots:
2-2
(15-22)
0-1
(12-6)
3-0
(8-12)
 
Total: 35-40
Referees: Blake Copeland/Chris Wells  |  Spectators: 2351
 
Goals and assists
00:59|away||0-1|Anthony DeLuca (Josh Pitt, Ryan Martinelli)
01:14|away||0-2|Anthony DeLuca (Josh Pitt, Ryan Martinelli)
07:34|home|PPG|1-2|Mike Hammond (Luke Moffatt, Dallas Ehrhardt)
19:41|home||2-2|Dallas Ehrhardt
21:26|away||2-3|Anthony DeLuca (Josh Pitt)
46:29|home|PPG|3-3|Dane Byers (Luke Moffatt, Ciaran Long)
49:13|home||4-3|Linden Springer (Dane Byers)
56:21|home||5-3|Ciaran Long (Evan Richardson, Dallas Ehrhardt)
Player statistics
 
 
Goalie statistics
 
Name SA GA MIN %
Matt Ginn|50|3|60:00|94.00
Declan Ryan||||
Name SA GA MIN %
Matt Climie|35|5|57:18|85.71
Jackson Whistle||||
 
 
Game recap

Manchester Storm 5-3 Sheffield Steelers

An Anthony DeLuca hat-trick was not enough for Sheffield Steelers as they twice let a lead slip before going down in Manchester.

The Steelers couldn’t have asked for a better start at the Storm Shelter, going two up inside 74 seconds as DeLuca found the net at both 59 seconds and 1:14 respectively. However they weren’t able to hold that advantage into the first break as the Storm battled back – Mike Hammond’s powerplay marker got the hosts back into the game, before Dallas Ehrhardt tied things up 19 seconds before the end of the period.

DeLuca struck again early as the second period got under way, scoring at 21:26 to give the Steelers a lead which this time they’d hold for the rest of the period.

It was however a ten minute spell in the final period that swung the match in Manchester’s favour. Dane Byers equalised on the powerplay just under six and a half minutes into period three, with Linden Springer then putting the home side ahead at 49:13 for the first time in the game. Ciarian Long’s goal at 16:21 put the Storm into a 5-3 lead that they wouldn’t give up, holding on to collect both points.

 
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