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Lacombe Generals lose 3-0 to Stony Plain Eagles in Game 2

Gens looking to right the ship on home ice Friday

After willing a victory at home in Game 1 4-3 over the Stony Plain Eagles, the Generals took a misstep on the road in Game 2, losing 3-0 and forcing at least a Game 4 in Stony Plain.

After putting four goals up on the board in Game 1, the Generals failed to score in Game 2.


Matt Stefanishion opened up the scoring for the Eagles halfway through the first period and would hold the 1-0 lead to nearly halfway through the third period when Jordan Hoffman made it 2-0 for the home team.

The Eagles would add another insurance goal shortly after when Kyle Harris capped off the evening for Stony Plain.

Generals goaltender Tyler Weiman stopped 24 saves in the loss, while Eagles goalie Kevin Nashuk sent back all 30 of the shots he faced in the win.

The Generals will look to rebound in Game 3 Friday evening at the Gary Moe Auto Group Sportsplex at 7:30 p.m.

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