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Martin's first two OHL goals pace Rangers to win over Guelph

Mitchell Martin scored two goals and added an assist, as the Kitchener Rangers remain perfect on the young regular season

Mitchell Martin was known for his offense in his days playing in Junior A in his native Sudbury.

He was finally able to showcase the hot hand in his fourth OHL game, scoring his first two OHL goals and adding an assist as the Kitchener Rangers beat the Guelph Storm 4-2 Tuesday night at the Aud.

Kitchener would take a 4-0 lead into the third period, when the Storm pressed and cut the deficit in half in the final frame.

The goaltenders weren't overly busy.  Guelph out shot Kitchener 23-21, but Jackson Parsons made the saves when he needed to to help secure the win.

Mike Petizian and Roman Schmidt scored the other two Ranger goals.  Andrew Leblanc had two helpers.

Cam Allen and Matthew Papais scored for the Storm.

Kitchener improves to 4-0 on the regular season with the victory, and will host Windsor Friday night.

Pregame 7:00 p.m. on CityNews 570 with Mike Farwell and Chris Pope.

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