Stony Plain Eagles dump Generals 4-3

Generals beat Fort Saskatchewan the following night

The Lacombe Generals finally lost a game in the Chinook Hockey League Saturday, dropping a 4-3 decision to the homestanding Stony Plain Eagles.

The Generals, 7-1, returned to the ice Sunday and took out their frustrations on the Fort Saskatchewan Chiefs, 1-5, winning 9-2.

Myles Bell, Troy Hunter and Alex Macleod scored against the Eagles, who led 1-0 and 3-2 by periods. Chad Hohmann had two goals for the Eagles, 3-3, with singles added by Colton Hayes and Adam Chorneyko.

Travis Yonkman made 37 saves for Stony Plain while Jeff Deslauriers made 31 saves in the Lacombe goal.

On Sunday, Bell scored three times, Macleod twice and Jesse Todd, Ryan Kinasewich, Ian Barteaux and Doug Jessey once each.

James Dobrowolski and Ryan Smith replied for the Chiefs.

Kraymer Barnstable made 30 saves for Lacombe, who had 51 shots on Ryan Demharter.

In action Friday, the Innisfail Eagles. 3-2, edged the visiting Chiefs 3-2.

Innisfail grabbed a 2-0 lead in the first period on goals by Ty Clay and Mark Bommersback. After a scoreless second period, Jamie Marshall made it 2-1 but Justin Cox scored what proved to be the winner at 12:17 on the power play. Filip Kejdana got the Chiefs final goal at 17:57 on the power play.

Dan Dunn made 29 saves for Innisfail and Demharter 32 for Fort Saskatchewan.

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