By Chris Jones/The Oshawa Express
The Generals spent this past weekend on the road, managing to add one to the win column.
On Oct. 5, the Gens won their game in Hamilton 7-1 over the Bulldogs.
The Gens came out of the gate hot, unloading three goals in the first period.
Their first goal was scored by Danil Antropov, his third of the season. He was assisted by Giovanni Vallati and Eric Henderson.
Matt Brassard, who was assisted by Nico Gross and Jack Studnicka, scored the second goal of the period.
The final goal of the first was from Henderson, his fourth of the season. Allan McShane and Mitchell Brewer assisted him.
The second period was much quieter as Kyle MacLean, assisted by Henderson, scored the lone goal of the period.
In the third, the Gens once again came out of the gate hot, scoring three more goals.
The first goal was from Serron Noel, his seventh of the season. He received assists from Studnicka and Nendo Eggenberger.
McShane then scored two goals to bring the final score of the game to 7-1.
Logan Morrison scored the lone goal for the Bulldogs.
After winning in Hamilton, the Gens moved on to Owen Sound, where they lost to the Attack 4-2.
The Gens came out slow, quickly allowing three goals in the first period.
However, they scored quickly in the second to bring themselves to within two of the Attack.
Vallati scored the Gens first goal, and was assisted by MacLean and Antropov.
The Gens second goal came from Eggenberger and brought them within one in the third period.
However, that was all they could muster, as the Attack would score one more in the third to seal the Gens fate at 4-2.
The Gens have traded forward Domenico Commisso to the Guelph Storm.
In exchange for Commisso, the Generals received a second round pick in 2023, a fifth round pick in 2024, and a second round pick in 2021.
The Gens resume play on Oct. 12 in Oshawa against the Peterborough Petes at 7:35 p.m. at the Tribute Communities Centre.