Generals fall to Contacts despite second-period rally
that and played pretty decent hockey, just no puck luck tonight, other than six minutes in the second period there… it’s not that the guys were working hard, they just couldn’t finish for whatever reason and they seemed to have all the luck, with pucks bouncing off of guys and into the net. It was one of those game where even if you play hard, you aren’t going to win.”
The key is to keep up that kind of play both in games and in practices, with a turnaround more than possible with the steady improvement that would bring.
“If the boys keep working as hard as they are, I can see that happening,” Hazell said. “We can’t give up, we just have to keep plugging away and making sure we do the right things at the right time and try and play a little more consistent and then it’ll come.”
Jake Davidson turned aside 51 shots in taking the loss, the Generals fired 29 at the Contacts.
The Generals are back in action Saturday and Sunday when they travel to Tisdale to face the Trojans.