The Guelph Storm are on their way to the Memorial Cup and a Philadelphia Flyers' prospect had a lot to do with it.
Flyers 2017 2nd round pick Isaac Ratcliffe is the Storm's current captain and showed what kind of a leader he is on Sunday.
The Storm booked themselves a trip to the Memorial Cup and the OHL Championship on the back of Ratcliffe's two goals and five points on Sunday. Ratcliffe and Guelph had already made two incredible series come backs in the playoffs coming down from both 0-3 and 1-3 in the two previous rounds.
Ratcliffe finished the OHL playoffs with an awesome 30 points in 24 games.
"We stayed strong, we stayed humble," Ratcliffe said. "We've been there before and we did it again."
Ratcliffe's teammate and Montreal Canadiens prospect Nick Suzuki was named OHL Playoffs MVP with 42 points in 24 games.
The Storm are now off to the Memorial Cup.
The J. Ross Robertson Cup ???? Presented for the fourth time since 1998 to @Storm_City and accepted by their captain - @NHLFlyers prospect @isaacratcliffe.#OHLChampionship | #OTTvsGUE pic.twitter.com/JvfOdhDz14
— OntarioHockeyLeague (@OHLHockey) May 13, 2019