Don’t miss Generals home opener Saturday — admission is free!

Get your free tickets at Save-On-Foods in Wembley Mall - but hurry!

HOME OPENER SATURDAY NIGHT! The Oceanside Generals host the Nanaimo Buccaneers in their first home game of the new Vancouver Island Junior Hockey League season Saturday night at Oceanside Place. Thanks to the generosity of the team's major sponsor

HOME OPENER SATURDAY NIGHT! The Oceanside Generals host the Nanaimo Buccaneers in their first home game of the new Vancouver Island Junior Hockey League season Saturday night at Oceanside Place. Thanks to the generosity of the team’s major sponsor, Save-On-Foods, tickets for the game — while they last — are free. You must pick them up at Save-On at Wembley Mall. There’s pre-game excitement and festivities inside and outside the rink. Game time is 7:30 p.m. The regular season starts for the Generals on Friday night in Campbell River. Above, Generals goaltender Liam Giroux cleans his crease during a recent exhibition game in Comox.

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