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Greensboro News & Record
March 24, 2002

RICHMOND, Va. - Chris Brassard and Chris Bell finished with a goal and assist apiece, leading the Greensboro Generals to a 4-1 victory over Richmond and knocking the Renegades out of the ECHL playoff race Saturday night.

Frederic Henry made 35 saves for the Generals (22-38-8), who have won three of their last five games.

The Generals have just four games left in the season, three of them at home including Wednesday against the Augusta Lynx.

Greensboro never trailed, taking 19 shots on goal in the first period and surging to a 2-0 lead.

Brassard scored the first goal at 7:57, knocking in a rebound after Dion Lassu's slap shot from the left point was stopped by Renegades goalie Rastislav Stana.

Less that three minutes later, Bell made it 2-0 by converting a cross-ice centering pass from Brassard.

Richmond cut it to 2-1 at 1:13 of the third period when Garrett Prosofsky scored on a power play, but Henry dominated the rest of the period and saved 10 of 11 shots.

Jeff Zehr scored an insurance goal with 1:19 left. The Generals' Dmitri Markovsky and goalie Stana raced after a loose puck. Markovsky won the race, tipped the puck to Zehr, and he shot it into the open net.

Dennis Maxwell scored the final goal, an empty-netter, off an assist from Bell with 51 seconds left.

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