MISSISSAUGA, Ont. - Andy Andreoff and Brett Parnham scored a pair of goals apiece to power the Oshawa Generals to a 5-3 triumph over the Mississauga St. Michael's Majors Friday night in the Ontario Hockey League.
Andreoff scored a power-play goal in the first period and a short-handed marker in the third and Parnham netted two in the final 20 mintues for the Generals (20-17-1-4), who no longer have scoring stars John Tavares and Michael Del Zotto.
"We played well all around and we won," said Andreoff, who raised his season goal total to eight. "That's all that counts. We've had a big change with those guys (Tavares and Del Zotto) gone. So we're just trying to play simple and see how it works out."
With his two goals, Parnham reached the 30-goal plateau for the second year in a row. Jeff Hayes had the other goal for the Generals, who traded Tavares and Del Zotto to the London Knights last week.
William Wallen, returning to action for the first time since suffering a brain aneurysm a little more than three months ago, scored once and added an assist for the Majors (22-19-1-1), who lost their fourth in a row.
Cameron Gaunce and Kale Kerbashian had the other goals for the Majors, who fired 40 shots at Oshawa goaltender Michael Zador, acquired from London as part of the blockbuster trade. Mississauga goalie JP Anderson made 33 saves.