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Generals Fall Short Verus Seattle

Mountlake Terrace, WA - The Eugene Generals (1-1) lost to the Seattle Totems (4-0) 7-1 on Saturday night in the teams first meeting of the year. Chace Jackson scored the first goal for the Totems, assisted by Connor Haney and Jamie Thompson. Kyle Blondin put Seattle up 2-0 four minutes into the game. Generals� Forward Patrick Moodie scored the only goal for the Generals on his birthday, assisted by Ryan McDonald and Brad Main.

Seattle's Cameron Hoffman scored two power play goals and a shorthand goal in the second period to lead Seattle to a five-goal period. Patrick Kinkopf and Chris Fink score the other two goals in the period. Hoffman finished the game with three goals and an assist. Patrick Kinkopf, Chris Fink, Eliot Parker, Kyle Blondin and Chace Jackson finished the game with two points.

The Generals struggled on special teams going 0 for 8 on the power play, and they went 2 for 3 on the penalty kill. Generals Head Coach Chuck Kennedy used this game to see where his team stands against the defending Pacific Division Champions.

"As I told the boys at the start of this road trip. This weekend is a measuring stick as to where we are as a squad. Tonight showed the boys what it will take to compete at the highest level of the league this year," Coach Kennedy said. "Seattle isn't the three time defending champ of the Pacific division for no reason and they showed it tonight. The boys understand now we need to play three periods of hockey every night to be competitive in this league."

The Generals finish their three game road trip in Washington on Sunday to face the Puget Sound Tomahawks in Bremerton. The Tomahawks and the Generals met on Friday night with the Generals winning 4-1. The game will be on EGHN audio only with the pre-game show starting at 7:15, and the puck drops at 7:30pm.

For more information about the Generals or EGHN visit eugenegenerals.com.

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Relevant Information

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