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Generals Crush the Tomahawks

Bremerton, WA- Ryan McDonald led the Generals (2-1) to a 9-1 victory over the Puget Sound Tomahawks (1-2) on Sunday night. McDonald had four goals and two assists in the win. The Generals had goals from Sean Park, Ray Frianeza, Ryan McDonald and Connor Bambico in the first period.

Ryan McDonald and Patrick Moodie scored the Generals two goals in the second period. Eric Schmit scored the Tomahawks� lone goal on the power play. McDonald scored two of his goals in the third period. Jordan Blake-Jones netted the Generals ninth goal. The Generals finished the game 1 for 8 on the power play.

Ryan McDonald (6), Patrick Moodie (2), and Sean Park (2) had multiple points in the game. Connor Bambico, Nick Monteferrante, Justin Gregory, Christian Merritt, Brad Main and Stefan Veach scored a point for Eugene. Matt Bartels earned his first victory in his junior career saving 21 of 22 shots.

Head Coach Chuck Kennedy was happy with how his team rebound after Saturday�s lost to the Seattle Totems.

�The boys were a different team tonight from last night in Seattle. As a team we wanted to focus on puck movement and attacking through the neutral zone with speed,� Coach said. �Our passing was much more crisp and our defensemen were more aggressive with their gap control so we controlled the neutral zone tonight.

"Improving our specialty team play is on the top of my list, but they are starting to try some of the new things we introduced just last week so patience is the key. I was very proud of the three period effort tonight and we are looking forward to getting home and preparing for our home opener next weekend."

The Generals will host the Southern Oregon Spartans in their home opener on Friday October 1st at the Lane County Ice Cener. The game will broadcasted on EGHN with the pre-game at 7:15 and the puck drops at 7:35.

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For more information:
Daniel Bell, Public Relations, Eugene Generals
541-359-4154 (office)
619-316-4447 (cell)