Nate Schnarr of the Guelph Storm. Photo by Aaron Bell/OHL Images

Schnarr’s Hat Trick Leads Storm to Victory

Nate Schnarr had a hat trick an an assist in the Guelph Storm’s 6-3 win over Hamilton.

Schnarr’s first goal was at 4:09 of the opening frame. Nicholas Caamano answered for the Bulldogs under two minutes later. Schnarr scored just a minute after Caamano to give the Storm the lead again.

The Storm were held off the score sheet in the second period and the Bulldogs were able to beat Anthony Popovich twice to give Hamilton a 3-1 lead.

Schnarr’s third goal of the game was the equalizer at 1:36 of the third period. He then set up Dmitri Samorukov’s game winner at 6:35. Givani Smith added insurance for Guelph 25 seconds later and Alexey Toropchenko padded the Storm’s lead midway through the final frame.

Popovich made 30 saves for Guelph in the victory. Kaden Fulcher took the loss for the Bulldogs with a 22 saves performance.