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Generals Make Huge Comeback But Steelheads Pull off Win

September 27, 2014
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September 27, 2014 – Ontario Hockey League (OHL) Oshawa Generals

The Oshawa Generals took on the Mississauga Steelheads tonight with a huge third period for the Gens, but the Steelheads come out with the win in Mississauga.

Mississauga put on the pressure to make it a tough first period for Oshawa tonight. The Gens were on the power play four minutes into the first period after a too many men on the ice call, but the Generals couldn’t find any scoring chances.

After six minutes into the game, Devlin put one past Brodeur to make it 1-0 for Mississauga. The Steelheads continued to put the pressure on during their second power play of the night after a call on Sam Harding. Gens worked hard on the penalty kill to keep pucks out of the net. Another penalty for Mississauga gave Oshawa their second power play of the game. Brodeur made a huge save on a shorthanded chance from the Steelheads.

Bradley Latour had a great chance late in the first but was stopped by Spencer Martin. Mississauga showed dominance in the first period by leading 13-5 with shots on net heading into the second period.

Oshawa dominated the first few minutes of the second period with lots of energy. The Gens managed to get six shots on net within the first two minutes of play but were denied by Martin. Mississauga served a two-minute penalty only a couple minutes into the second. The Gens showed lots of pressure on the power play and Cole Cassels came close to scoring but could not beat Martin.

Almost six minutes into the second, with help from Thompson and McIntyre, Clark buried one into the Generals net making it 2-0 for Mississauga. Seeger headed to the box on a two minute tripping penalty putting the Gens to work on the penalty kill. Day tipped in a point shot, assisted by Burnside and Leblanc, to give Mississauga a three-goal lead.

After a scrum in front of the net, the Gens were back on the penalty kill while Cassels went to the box for two minutes. The Gens fought hard and denied any chances for Mississauga on the power play.

Late in the second period, Brodeur took a stick under his mask but remained in the net for the rest of the game. The Gens finished off the second period leading the shots on net by 17-9.

The Gens entered the third period showing tremendous amounts of momentum with a two-man advantage. Sean Day of Mississauga managed to find a hole in the net, assisted by Devlin and Barwell, to make it 4-0. However, the Generals kept the pressure on the Steelheads and Chris Carlisle got the first goal of the night for the Gens, with assists from Harding and Lindberg. Oshawa showed determination with another goal by Michael Turner and an assist by Desrocher.

The excitement didn’t stop there either. Brodeur headed to the bench with under three minutes to go in the third giving the Gens a one-man advantage. After multiple chances throughout the night, Latour sent one in the net with assists from Cassels and Smith to give Oshawa three goals. With under a minute left in regulation time, Josh Sterk tied the game up at 4-4, showing that anything can happen in a hockey game.

Oshawa headed into overtime with a one-man disadvantage due to a late penalty in the third period. Devlin put one past Brodeur to get the game winner early into overtime.

It was an amazing second game for the Oshawa Generals tonight. They managed to score four goals in 20 minutes to tie up the game and earn one point. Congratulations to Brodeur as it was his first regular season debut in the OHL. Tremendous effort from the Gens tonight, what a game!

Don’t miss the Gens in action this Sunday, Sept. 28 at 6:05 p.m. at our home opener where they take on the Sudbury Wolves. We have an exciting day planned so be sure to get your tickets! Click here, to visit the GM Centre Box Office, or call 1-877-431-8811 to purchase tickets.

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