Generals have Eagles’ number

The Lacombe Generals continued their winning ways

The Lacombe Generals continued their winning ways in the Chinook Hockey League on Saturday, dominating the Stony Plain Eagles, 8-4.

The Generals lead the CHL with a 12-1 record, their only loss coming to Stony Plain back on Nov. 12.

Myles Bell was the offensive catalyst for the Generals in their final game before the Christmas break, scoring four goals and adding an assist. Riley Sheen also had a big night for the Generals with three assists and a goal. Brandon Magee chipped in three assists. Ryan Kinasewich, Ian Barteaux and Adam Huxley rounded out the scoring for the Generals.

The second period was where the Generals took over, scoring four unanswered goals, including a power play marker with just 2:25 left in the frame.

The Generals will be back on the ice in Lacombe on Jan. 7 against the Rosetown Red Wings.

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