The Generals opened the scoring on a Miles Carson goal 10:33 in. Just a minute and change later, it was 1-1 as Jackson Payeur scored, with assists to Robbie Steel and Hunter Harwood at 12:08 of the first.
The score would stay that way through the remainder of the first, and into the third after a scoreless second frame.
Carter Johnson gave the Generals a 2-1 lead with under nine minutes to play in the third, and that would be all the insurance they needed as the Bombers couldn’t net the equalizer before the Generals made it 3-1 on the power play in the final half minute of play, with Nolan Kehoe completing the scoring.
Final shots were 57-23 Generals, with Callum Tung and Aaron Kaner being the goalies of record. The Bombers went 0 for 3 on the power play, while the Generals went 1 for 6.
The Bombers next see action at home on Wednesday night when they host the Nanaimo Buccaneers.