General keep rolling with win over Stony Plain

Travis Dunstall enjoyed a four-point evening Saturday, leading the Bentley Generals to an 8-1 victory over the host Stony Plain Eagles in a Chinook Hockey League mismatch.

Travis Dunstall enjoyed a four-point evening Saturday, leading the Bentley Generals to an 8-1 victory over the host Stony Plain Eagles in a Chinook Hockey League mismatch.

Dunstall tallied twice and added two assists, while Jason Lundmark, Travis Brigley, Chris Neiszner, Curtis Austring, Dustin Sproat and Matt Stefanishion also scored for the Generals, who trailed 1-0 after 20 minutes before taking control with three goals in the second period. Neiszner and Sproat also had two helpers apiece.

Bentley was three-for nine on the power play. Stony Plain was one-for-five with a man advantage.

Blair Hennes was the lone Eagle to beat Generals netminder Jordan Ramstead, who made 23 saves. Wade Waters stopped 35 shots in a losing cause.

Meanwhile, the Innisfail Eagles ventured into Fort Saskatchewan and came away with a 4-1 win over the Chiefs.

Scoring for the Eagles, who were one-for-five on the power play, were Jason Nopper, Dan Shermerhorn, Kelly Rogers and Andrew Buote. Trevor Kordyban scored a power-play goal for the hosts, who had six man-advantage opportunities.

Eagles netminder Jasen Kipling blocked 28 shots. Lee Zalasky, dressed as an emergency backup, and Jim Watt combined to make 30 saves at the other end.

The Eagles were also successful Friday, getting goals from Shermerhorn, Tylor Keller, Darnell Glass, Ryan Kallis and Bobby Coles in a 5-3 home-ice win over the Sylvan Lake Admirals. Brendan Baumgartner, with two goals, and Brandon Knelsen replied for the visitors.

Colin Stebner made 29 saves for Innisfail, while Scott Galenza and Andrew Williams combined to turn aside 45 shots for Sylvan Lake.

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