Generals have five all-stars

Gaudreault, Jallabert, Savard, Doney and Anderson represent

Forwards Mathieu Jallabert

Five Save-On-Foods Oceanside Generals players are headed to the VIJHL All-Star game in Comox on January 18.

Forwards Chase Gaudreault, Mathieu Jallabert, Logan Savard, defenseman and team captain Gibson Doney, and goaltender David Anderson will all make the trip to Comox and will suit up for the North Division All-Stars.

“It’s an honour to be going,” forward Logan Savard said.

“To get to this point after all the stuff that happened last season, it’s really an honour,” he said.

“I’m happy with the way things have come along here with the team, both personally and team wise, and to get to go to the all-star game is a nice touch.”

Jallabert leads the Oceanside Generals in scoring on the season with 25 points (10 goals, 15 assists), Savard has 22 points (9 goals, 13 assists) and Gaudreault has 15 points (8 goals, 7 assists).

Doney has 12 points (7 goals, 5 assists) while David Anderson comes in as one of the busiest goalies in the VIJHL, facing 716 shots so far this season which is good enough for fifth in the league.

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