Bentley Generals remain unbeaten

The Bentley Generals senior AAA hockey team continues their winning ways with no losses as of Dec. 1.

Here is a recap of their season so far for those who want an update. The team has won all 10 games.

They started off by winning both their exhibition games: 3-0 over the Stony Plain Eagles and 5-4 over Fort Saskatchewan Chiefs.

In October’s regular season play they beat the Innisfail Eagles 6-2, trounced the Sylvan Lake Admirals 9-2; Stony Plain was a different story on Oct. 23 when the Generals won in overtime 4-3; Bentley defeated Innisfail 7-4 and won 3-2 over the Lloydminster Border Kings.

November sees the Generals remaining strong. They beat Fort Saskatchewan 4-1 and had no trouble with Innisfail, winning 14-1; they won 5-2 over Sylvan Lake and they beat Lloydminster 3-2 on Nov. 20.

The Generals have six of the top 25 Chinook Hockey League scorers. Travis Brigley is first, Curtis Austring, second, Sean Robertson, third, Jason Lundmark is 12th, Donald Morrison is 17th and Joe Vandermeer is 25th.

Bentley’s goalies are first and second in goals against averages with Tim Haun in first with a 1.60 GAA in four games, and Scott Galenza with a 1.90 GAA is in second place. Both have played five games.

On Nov. 27 The Generals beat Fort Saskatchewan 3-2. They were to travel to Stony Plain on Dec. 4.

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