Generals win fifth in a row

The Bentley Generals racked up their fifth victory against no defeats, downing the host Lloydminster Border Kings 3-2 in Chinook Hockey League action Saturday.

The Bentley Generals racked up their fifth victory against no defeats, downing the host Lloydminster Border Kings 3-2 in Chinook Hockey League action Saturday.

Travis Brigley, with his second goal of the game, potted the power-play winner for the front-running Generals, who trailed 2-0 after one period then scored once in the second stanza and twice — including a man-advantage marker by Joe Vandermeer — in the final frame. Derek Gervais and Shawn Germain staked the Border Kings to their early lead.

Scott Galenza made 17 saves for Bentley. Lloydminster netminder Jody Lehman stopped 25 shots.

The Generals were coming off Friday’s 7-4 over the Innisfail Eagles at Bentley, where Curtis Austring scored twice for the winners and Jason Lundmark, Donald Morrison, Dwayne Hay, Chris Sotiropoulos and Sean Robertson each notched a goal.

Jeffery Clazie, with two goals, Kelly Rogers and Joey Keys replied for the Eagles, who got a 30-save performance from the tandem of Evan Miller and loser Brett Anderson.

Galenza, the winner, and Craig Parsons combined to block 13 shots in the Bentley net.

Elsewhere Friday, the host Sylvan Lake Admirals got two goals from Ryan Carter but fell 6-5 to the Stony Plain Eagles, who were paced by Joel Andresen’s hat-trick effort.

Also scoring for the Admirals were Rob Turville, Turner Lachance and Kurtis Ross.

Turville and Ross each added two assists.

Jordan Ramstead turned aside 41 shots in defeat. Stony Plain’s Barrett Coates made 39 saves.