Oshawa Generals to play first three-games-in-three-nights this weekend


Published October 10, 2023 at 1:44 pm

Dave Andreychuk
NHL Hall of Famer and Oshawa General alumni Dave Andreychuk and his parents after his jersey was retired by the club last weekend. Photo Goodall Media

The Oshawa Generals are preparing for their first real test of the young season with three games in three nights this weekend against opponents who are a combined 8-3 to start the year.

The Generals are 2-2 to start the season, with both wins coming at the friendly confines of the Tribute Communities Centre and will have two chances at home on the weekend, starting with a date Friday night against the 2024 Memorial Cup host Saginaw Spirit.

The next night the club will be at Sadlon Arena to face the 3-1 Barrie Colts, followed by a return trip home Sunday to square off against the North Bay Battalion, also at 3-1.

Friday’s visit by the Sprit will be Saginaw’s only date at the Tribute Centre this year.

Sophomore forward Beckett Sennecke leads all Oshawa scorers with two goals and three assists in four games this season.

The Generals salute the crowd after a 4-1 victory over Mississauga on Dave Andreychuk night

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