Eugene Generals

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Eugene Generals
Eugene Gens logo.png
City Eugene, Oregon
League NorPac
Division Pacific
Founded 2005
Home arena Lane Events Center
Colors

Blue, Gold, Black


              
General manager Flint Doungchak
Head coach Justin Kern (2014-15)mid-season/
Franchise history
2005-present Eugene Generals

The Eugene Generals are a USA Hockey-sanctioned Tier III Junior A ice hockey team playing in the Pacific Division of the Northern Pacific Hockey League (NORPAC).[1] The team plays their home games at 2,700-seat Lane Events Center in Eugene, Oregon USA.[2] The franchise joined the Norpac in 2005 when the league was a Jr. B league, in 2007 the league and member teams were granted Tier III Jr A status by USA Hockey, the governing body for ice hockey in the United States.


Season Records[edit]

Season GP W L OTL SOL PTS PCT GF GA Home Away Place
2013-14 40 17 22 0 1 35 .438 148 154 9-11-0-0 8-11-0-1 3rd NorPac
2012-13 40 25 14 0 1 51 .638 187 170 14-5-0-1 11-9-0-0 2nd NorPac
2011-12 42 22 18 2 - 46 .548 166 159 13-8 9-10-2 4th NorPac
2010-11 50 24 26 - - 48 .480 208 191 12-13 12-13 3rd Pacific
2009-10 48 38 10 - - 76 .792 254 132 21-5 17-5 2nd Pacific
2008-09 48 38 10 - - 76 .792 264 143 20-4 18-6 2nd Pacific
2007-08 48 35 15 - - 66 .729 257 179 20-4 13-11 3rd Pacific
2006-07 44 26 18 - - 52 .591 248 168 17-6 9-12 3rd Pacific
2005-06 44 31 13 - - 62 .705 250 146 15-7 12-9 2nd Western

Glossary: GP = Games played, W = Wins, L = Losses, PTS = Points, GF = Goals For, GA = Goals Against

Playoffs[edit]

Season Quarter Finals Semi Finals Finals
2014 x 0-3 vs West Sound Warriors x
2013 x 0-3 vs Bellingham Blazers x
2012 0-3 vs Vancouver Victory x x
2011 x x x
2010 3-1 vs Tri-City Titans 0-3 vs Seattle Totems x
2009 0-3 vs River City Jaguars x x
2008 1-3 vs Tri-City Titans x x
2007 3-1 vs Seattle Totems 0-3 vs Fort Vancouver Pioneers x
2006 2-1 vs Puget Sound Tomahawks 2-0 vs Tri-City Titans 2-3 vs Queen City Cut Throats

Alumni[edit]

The Generals have had a number of alumni move on to collegiate programs and higher levels of junior ice hockey in the United States and Canada.[3]


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