- Created: 24 November 2012
EUGENE, Ore. - The Eugene Generals (9-5-1) were decimated by the West Sound Warriors (12-2-0) tonight, after suffering a 13-1 loss.
After being outplayed last night, West Sound delivered the Generals their biggest loss, thus far, in the 2012-13 season.
From the drop of the puck, the Warriors meant business.
In the first period alone, the Warriors scored five unanswered goals. West sound received two goals from Kai Wilkins and Josh Twietmeyer, and one goal from Max McInnis in the first period.
In the second period, West Sound scored an additional two unanswered goals before the Generals could locate the back of the net. The two goals were scored by Josh Colleaux and McInnis.
Generals veteran defenseman Connor Bambico scored Eugene’s only goal of the second period 4:41 into the period. Generals tough-guy Nikolas Greco was awarded the assist on Bambico’s goal.
Following Bambico’s goal, West Sound scored an additional four goal in the time that remained in the second period. The Warriors goal scorers were Wilkins, Dominic Kolbeins, Colleaux, and Joe Glithero.
The warriors scored an additional two unanswered goals in the third period. Wilkins and Twietmeyer each scored for the West Sound squad.
The Generals’ Teddy Bear Toss was a success, and collected dozens of stuffed animals to donate to the pediatric unit at Sacred Heart RiverBend.
The Generals take to the road for the next few weeks, and will not have a home game until Dec. 31, when the team plays the Vancouver Vipers.
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