18 Oct 2019, 19:30  |  Regular season  |  CC27  |  Altrincham Ice Dome
Manchester Storm6-2 Sheffield Steelers
Periods:
Shots:
4-2
(12-15)
1-0
(7-17)
1-0
(11-15)
 
Total: 30-47
Referees: Tom Pering/Andrew Miller  |  Spectators: 1183
 
Goals and assists
00:59|home||1-0|Scott Simmonds (Cody Thompson, Zach Sullivan)
03:35|home||2-0|Raymond Grewal (Scott Simmonds, Cody Thompson)
08:02|home||3-0|Kyle Hope (Raymond Grewal, John Negrin)
14:57|home||4-0|Zach Sullivan (Scott Simmonds, Finlay Ulrick)
15:55|away||4-1|Michael Davies (Tanner Eberle, James Bettauer)
18:00|away|PPG|4-2|Michael Davies (Robert Dowd, Nikolai Lemtyugov)
30:45|home||5-2|Cody Thompson (Layne Ulmer)
58:41|home|PPG|6-2|Adam Hughesman (Cody Thompson, Mathieu Gagnon)
Player statistics
 
 
Goalie statistics
 
Name SA GA MIN %
Matt Ginn|47|2|60:00|95.74
Adam Long||||
Name SA GA MIN %
Pavel Kantor|30|6|60:00|80.00
William Kerlin||||
 
 
Game recap

Manchester Storm got over their recent goal shy-ness with a convincing win over Sheffield Steelers in the Challenge Cup.

Attacking from the off, Scott Simmons put the hosts ahead after 59 seconds, before Raymond Grewal made it two at 3:36. Just over eight minutes had been played when Kyle Hope put the Storm three up, with Zach Sullivan making it four before the 15 minute mark.

In a crazy opening period, Michael Davies hit two goals to get the Steelers back into things before the break.

Cody Thompson's goal at 30:45 just about put the Storm clear, before Adam Hughesman found the empty net with 79 seconds to play.

 
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