|Home arena||Lane Events Center|
|Colors||Blue, gold, black
|General manager||Flint Doungchak|
|Head coach||Justin Kern (2014–15)mid-season/|
The Eugene Generals are a USA Hockey-sanctioned Tier III ice hockey team playing in the United States Premier Hockey League-Elite Division (USPHL-Elite). The team plays their home games at 2,700-seat Lane Events Center in Eugene, Oregon, United States.
The franchise joined the Northern Pacific Hockey League (originally called NorPac and later known as NPHL) 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. In 2016, the NPHL was dissolved after two of the six members withdrew from the league. The four remaining teams, including the Generals, were then added to the USP3 Pacific Division of the United States Premier Hockey League.
After one season in the USPHL, the league reorganized its divisions when it added an unsanctioned higher league called the National Collegiate Development Conference, ultimately leading to the junior-level USPHL leagues to operate independently from USA Hockey sanctioning for 2017–18. The USP3 Division would be dissolved and the Generals were added to the Elite Division. During the off-season, the other three former NPHL teams left the USPHL, isolating the Generals geographically from the rest of the league. The Generals decided to remain in the USPHL, but would fill their schedule independently with nearby teams from academies and U18 Tier 1 AAA youth hockey organizations, only playing against other USPHL teams in showcases during the 2017–18 season. As Generals' general manager Flint Doungchak is also the USA Hockey Pacific District coach, the Generals were able to retain USA Hockey sanctioning for 2017–18 as an independent junior team.
Glossary: GP = Games played, W = Wins, L = Losses, OTL = Overtime Losses, SOL = Shootout Losses, PTS = Points, GF = Goals For, GA = Goals Against
|Northern Pacific Hockey League|
|2005–06||44||31||13||—||—||62||.705||250||146||2nd of 6, West|
|2006–07||44||26||18||—||—||52||.591||248||168||3rd of 6, Pacific|
|2007–08||48||35||15||—||—||66||.729||257||179||3rd of 7, Pacific|
|2008–09||48||38||10||—||—||76||.792||264||143||2nd of 7, Pacific|
|2009–10||48||38||10||—||—||76||.792||254||132||2nd of 6, Pacific|
|2010–11||50||24||26||—||—||48||.480||208||191||3rd of 5, Pacific|
|2011–12||42||22||18||2||—||46||.548||166||159||4th of 7, NorPac|
|2012–13||40||25||14||0||1||51||.638||187||170||2nd of 6, NorPac|
|2013–14||40||17||22||0||1||35||.438||148||154||3rd of 5, NPHL|
|2014–15||42||13||28||0||1||27||.321||120||243||5th of 6, NPHL|
|2015–16||40||21||17||1||1||44||.550||149||113||3rd of 6, NPHL|
|United States Premier Hockey League|
|2016–17||44||34||7||3||—||71||.806||237||111||1st of 4, Pacific Div.
3rd of 27, USPHL-USP3
|2006||Won 2–1 vs. Puget Sound Tomahawks||Won 3–1 vs. Tri-City Titans||Lost 2–3 vs. Queen City Cutthroats|
|2007||Won 3–1 vs. Seattle Totems||Lost 0–3 vs. Fort Vancouver Pioneers||—|
|2008||Lost 1–3 vs. Tri-City Titans||—||—|
|2009||Lost 0–3 vs. River City Jaguars||—||—|
|2010||Won 3–1 vs. Tri-City Titans||Lost 0–3 vs. Seattle Totems||—|
|2011||Lost 1–3 vs. Southern Oregon Spartans||—||—|
|2012||Lost 1–2 vs. Vancouver Victory||—||—|
|2013||—||Lost 0–3 vs. Bellingham Blazers||—|
|2014||—||Lost 0–3 vs. West Sound Warriors||—|
|2015||Did not qualify|
|2016||—||Lost 2–3 vs. Bellingham Blazers|
- Eugene Generals defeated the Seattle Ravens 2-games-to-none in Pacific Division USP3 Championship
- Eliminated in USP3 Division Round Robin 1–2–0 (Lost, 1–3 vs. Charlotte Rush; Lost, 0–6 vs. Florida Jr. Blades; Won, 2–1 vs. Decatur Blaze)
- "West Coast Teams Join Nation’s Top College Development League (USPHL)". USPHL. May 20, 2016.
- Generals' Facebook post on June 3, 2017
- "Eugene Generals: Schedule Shake-Up Announced For 2017-18 Season". USPHL. August 9, 2017.
- "DAILY DISH: Independence from USA Hockey Rules?". JuniorHockey.com. September 8, 2017.
- "Pacific Division USP3 Championship Series Preview". USPHL. February 20, 2017.