The Cochrane Generals have blasted the hinges off the doors to this new Heritage Junior Hockey League (HJHL) season, sending a message to the rest of the league that they wont be settling for second-best this time around. The Gens opened their regular-season account away to the High River Flyers, crushing them in their own barn (Bob Snodgrass Recreation Complex) 7-3 on Sept. Things didnt get off to the smoothest start for the visitors as the Flyers took the lead early thanks to sophomore forward Mason Mazur, which only served to give the Gens a kick up the backside. New Gens club captain and blue-liner Logan Brown scored the equalizer (assists from Talus Hume and rookie forward Brandon Aab). Fewer than two minutes later, before forward Slater Ransom (unassisted) gave the Gens a 2-1 advantage going into the second. The second period saw a shutdown of scoring as Hume bagged the only goal of the 20 minutes from an assist by the ever-reliable Chad Harrison giving the Cochrane side a two-goal advantage at 3-1 heading into the final period of action. Hume was again at the forefront of the Gens offence, knocking in his second tally of the game at 5:15 played in the third (Aab and Will Gretton with the helpers). The Flyers nabbed one back through Evan Pakkala, but that only managed to get the Gens dander up as they scored two in under two minutes through Harrison (Ransom and Hume with the assists) and Connor Rendell (on the power-play with help from... The home side scored a power-play consolation goal through Michael McTighe, but the Gens added insult to injury when Ransom again scored unassisted just 12 seconds later to seal the game. The Gens were spurred on by the prospect of playing in their own barn again and goals from Harrison (Corey Goeson and Rendell bagging helpers) and a power-play special from Rendell (d-man Austin Keller with the assist) saw them jump out to a 2-0... The home side again slammed two unanswered from an impressive Colton Wong and Harrison (on the power-play) past Cubs goalie Dan Maier to make it 4-0. Walid Hassin, Keller, Rendell and Gretton all picked up helpers. With the game sealed, the Gens took their foot off the accelerator with Hume nabbing a fifth goal (his third of the season) took make it 5-0. The Cubs scored the only goal of the game ten seconds later through rookie forward Ryan Fauth but it... Source: www.cochraneeagle.com
The home side scored a power-play consolation goal through Michael McTighe, but the Gens added insult to injury when Ransom again scored unassisted just 12 seconds later to seal the game. Gendur and his players knew it would be important to continue
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