The Generals led 1-0 with under three minutes gone in the first on a Greyson Weme power play goal. With under five minutes to play in the first Greyson Weme added his second of the period to make it 2-0. The Generals then took a 3-0 lead while shorthanded on a Brady O’Brien shorthanded marker, before adding one more with under a minute to play in the period off the stick of Miles Carson to make it a 4-0 game after 20 minutes.
Jacob Thomas gave the Generals a 5-0 lead just short of nine minutes into the second, once again on the power play. The scoring slowed until the late stages of the period, when the Generals built their lead to 6-0 on a Carter Johnson marker with 1:02 to play in the period. Less than a minute later, Chase Heslop scored to make it 7-0 after 40 minutes.
The only goal the rest of the way came again on the power play, as Miles Carson scored his second of the game to make it 8-0 at 8:46 of the third to conclude the scoring.
Shots were 56-13 Generals, with Keelan Hondro and Matthew Spencer-Dahl being the goalies of record. The Bombers went 0 for 1 on the power play, while the Generals were 3 for 5, while also scoring once while shorthanded.
The teams meet again tomorrow night in Oceanside, a 7:00pm start.