Bantam Eagles shelled by Gens

The Peninsula Bantam Eagles ruined a shutout bid by the visiting Oceanside Generals

Peninsula Eagles Bantam goalie Austin Roden turns aside an Oceanside Generals shot. Roden would be tested many times in a 7-1 Peninsula loss on Sunday afternoon.

The Peninsula Bantam Eagles ruined a shutout bid by the visiting Oceanside Generals (T2) from Parksville Sunday at Panorama Rec Centre, but still fell 7-1 to a strong team.

The Eagles’ Jordan Liu notched their lone goal and goalie Austin Roden had to turn away a lot of rubber, as Oceanside controlled play.

The Eagles didn’t give up, however, and had a few chances late in the third period, but could not get the puck past the visiting goaltender.

The Bantams are at home again Nov. 4 against Victoria (T3).


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