07 Dec 2023, 19:30  |  Play-off  |  QF  |  Motorpoint Arena Nottingham
Manchester Storm1-5 Sheffield Steelers
Periods:
Shots:
1-1
(14-16)
0-2
(9-14)
0-2
(15-8)
 
Total: 38-38
Referees: Good/Sewell  |  Spectators: 1001
 
Goals and assists
06:46|home||1-0|Michael Korol (Joe Morrow, Loren Ulett)
19:59|away|PPG|1-1|Robert Dowd (Mitchell Balmas, Colton Saucerman)
22:27|away||1-2|Scott Allen (Robert Dowd, Niklas Nevalainen)
24:22|away|PPG|1-3|Marc-Olivier Vallerand (Colton Saucerman, Mitchell Balmas)
46:59|away||1-4|Patrick Watling (Mikko Juusola, Brett Neumann)
50:53|away||1-5|Brandon Whistle (Scott Allen, Mark Simpson)
Player statistics
 
 
Goalie statistics
 
Name SA GA MIN %
Lewis McBride||||
Evan Weninger|38|5|60:00|86.84
Name SA GA MIN %
Angus Laing||||
Anthony Morrone|38|1|60:00|97.37
 
 
Game recap

Sheffield Steelers took a commanding aggregate lead over Manchester Storm in their Quarter-Final first leg in Altrincham on Thursday night.

Storm took an early lead as they looked to build a lead to take with them into Sheffield in a fortnight, but were unable to hold it through to the first intermission. Mike Koral put the home side ahead 6:46 in, when he turned an quickly slapped a Joe Morrow pass over Anthony Morrone's shoulder.

Robert Dowd tied the game up with one second left in the opening period , blasting a Mitchell Balmas feed pass Evan Weninger on the powerplay.

2:27 into period two, Scott Allen was left alone in the slot to shoot past Weninger off good set-up play from Dowd and give the Steelers the lead, an advantage they doubled on the powerplay two minutes later through Marc-Olivier Vallerand. Only an excellent glove save from Weninger denied Mikko Juusola adding a fourth for the visitors with just over eight minutes left in the middle period.

After Storm failed to take advantage of a Brian Diffley minor penalty early in the third, they were punished when Patrick Watling poked home a Juusola pass in front at 46:59. A fortunate bounce put the puck on Brandon Whistle's stick in front to then make it a 5-1 scoreline with 9:05 to play.

The Steelers will start with a four-goal advantage when the sides meet for the return leg on 20 December.

 
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