Archive for the ‘Guelph Storm Trades’ Category

The Kitchener Rangers have acquired the rights to St. Louis Blues rookie forward Robby Fabbri. In exchange, the Guelph Storm receive a 3rd round draft pick as well as 2 conditional draft picks should Fabbri show up for the Kitchener Rangers. (more…)


The Guelph Storm have traded overage goaltender Justin Nichols to the Oshawa Generals in exchange fore two draft picks, just before the OHL’s overage trade deadline on Friday at noon.  (more…)

The London Knights have announced the acquisition of overage goaltender Brendan Burke from the Calgary Hitmen (WHL) VIA the Guelph Storm.  In exchange, the Storm receive a 6th round draft choice in 2016.


The Guelph Storm have announced the acquisition of overage netminder Michael Giugovaz from the Windsor Spitfires. Giugovaz was placed on OHL waivers by the Spitfires yesterday as a result of a crowded crease and an overage rule.  (more…)

The Guelph Storm have announced the acquisition of 97′ born winger, Jake Bricknell from the Hamilton Bulldogs.  (more…)

As I said earlier on in the year, the Guelph Storm are a one stop shop for a team Barrielooking to make a cup run, because well, they’re the defending champs. Mike Kelly and Scott Walker knew this but weren’t going to trade away valuable assets without something very very good coming back the other way. (more…)

The Guelph Storm announced yesterday that they managed to acquire Oakville, ON Guelphnative Ryan Foss who has struggled a little bit in his 2nd go around with the OHL’s Windsor Spitfires. In parts of two seasons with the Spitfires, Foss has managed to tally 40 points in 91 games played, but only 6 points so far this season.


To Ottawa:

– Adam Craievich
– 8th Round Pick (2018)

To Guelph:

– Tyler Hill

The Guelph Storm have acquired overage forward Chris Marchese and a 10th round pick inGuelph 2017 from the Windsor Spitfires. In exchange, the Storm send a 2017 3rd round pick to Windsor.

The Spitfires recoup their 3rd round pick as it is the same pick Guelph acquired from Sarnia yesterday in exchange for Stephen Pierog, The pick originally belonged to Windsor.



The Guelph Storm have begun the unloading process by trading overage center Stephen Pierog to the Guelph Storm. The deal leaves the Storm with 1 overage player and the Sting at their max of 3. Sarnia

To Sarnia:

– Stephen Pierog

To Guelph:

– 3rd Round Pick (Windsor, 2017)
– 10th Round Pick (Sarnia, 2016)

Pierog, a native of Guelph, has appeared in 20 games this season for the Storm notching 8 points consisting of 3 goals and 5 assists.