Guelph Storm Heroes Win Against Firebirds 5-3
A the fourth annual First Responders Night, the Storm beat the Flint Firebirds 5-3. The Storm recognized and honoured all First Responders with the Chief of Police Gord Cobey, Guelph Fire Chief Brian Arnold, and the EMS Chief Stephen Dewar participating in the ceremonial puck drop.
The Storm took the ice in commemorative superhero-themed jerseys which will be up for auction, with the funds benefiting each of the three charities selected by the First Responders. The charities include Guelph Wellington Ontario Special Olympics, Guelph Firefighters Benevolent Foundation, and Camp F.A.C.E.S (Family and Children of Emergency Service).
Jersey Auction Information
The auction will begin on January 19th at 6:30pm and end on January 25th at 7:00pm with group one. All auctions are subject to the overtime procedure. If you are the highest bidder, and another bidder places a bid in the last minute of the auction, the item will go to a two-minute overtime.
Michael Buchinger, Jett Luchanko, Cam Allen, Braeden Bowman, Matt Poitras, Max Namestnikov
Brayden Hislop, Jake Karabela, Chandler Romeo, Charlie Paquette, Vilmer Alriksson, Brayden Gillespie
Damian Slavik, Ryan McGuire, Hunter McKenzie, Leo Serlin, Tommy Budnick, Zander Veccia, Brody Crane
Rowan Topp, Rylan Singh, Parker Snelgrove, Quinn Beauchesne, Gavin Grundner, Wil McFadden, Spyke
Shipping will be available to purchase through DASH after the auction.
Each charitable organization will be represented around the concourse. Visit Guelph Police Services and Ontario Special Olympics at the top of section 103, Guelph Fire and Guelph Fire Prevention Team at the top of section 116, and Guelph Wellington Paramedic Services and Camp F.A.C.E.S at the top of section 108.