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The 2000 Flint Generals team is generally acknowledged to be one of the best in minor pro history. The Flint Generals are a professional ice hockey team based in Flint, Michigan. It has been home to minor pro hockey in some incarnation since 1969, except a year break in the 90-91 season. They are a member of the International Hockey League and play their home games at Perani Arena and Event Center in Flint, Michigan. The incarnation of the Flint Generals came about in the 1993-1994 season, after Flint Bulldogs owner Skip Probst moved them to Utica, NY.
At the end of the 2006-07 season, the Generals have clinched 3rd place in the eastern conference and 6th place in the UHL with 75 points and a record of 33-34-9. They lost to the Kalamazoo Wings in the first round of the Colonial Cup Playoffs.
Flint has won two Colonial Cup championships in the 13 year existence they've had in the UHL, the first against Thunder Bay in the 1995-1996 season, and the second in the Quad City Mallards in the 2000 playoffs. It was coached by former NHL player Doug Shedden and former Toronto Maple Leaf Bobby Reynolds, former Detroit Red Wing Mark Major, former Edmonton Oiler Nick Stajuhar, two 100 point scorers in Ross Wilson and Don Parsons, UHL Defenseman of the Year Gary Roach, high flying late season additions Cory Cyrenne and Vladmir Serov, and goalie Mark Richards. Serov and Cyrenne bagged the total of 60 points in 37 regular season games, and in the 2000 finals, Serov scored the game winning goal with 50 seconds left in game three, and the game winning goal with 3:52 left in game 4 to preserve the victories of the Generals.
Unfortunately, due to roster shakeups and instability in the coaching staff, the Generals have lost their championship caliber in recent years. Their success still remains, as they have finished below 500 only three times in 14 years, and have only missed the playoffs three times in that same span.
FLINT, MI Hockey season is here to thrill the lovers and the Flint Generals return to the International Hockey League that is expected to officially begin on Friday, Oct. 12 with an introductory exhibition game against their malevolent rival the Port Huron Icehawks at Perani Arena and Events Center.
The heat of the event is on for the real game admirers. Season Ticket have been invited to a special convene of the team party on Monday, October 15 at The Raincheck Lounge. During the get together of the team party, fans will also be able to listen to the premier edition of the Generals Radio Show at its new location The Raincheck Lounge - also on Unforgettable 1470 WFNT. Opening night for the Flint Generals and the IHL is set for Friday, October 19 when the Port Huron Icehawks visit Perani Arena.
FLINT, MI The Flint Generals of the International Hockey League announced that they have completed a trade with the rival Port Huron Ice Hawks. The Generals sent forward Jeff Zehr to the Icehawks in exchange for veteran forward Greg Bullock. Zehr collected 30 goals and added 35 assists for 65 points and 93 penalty minutes in 64 games for the Generals last season. Bullock had a strong season in Port Huron with 18 goals and 51 assists for 69 points and 70 penalty minutes in 74 games.
Bullocks career has also seen him spend time in the American Hockey League where he had 106 points in 89 games for the St. Johns Maple Leafs, and the Lowell Lock Monsters. He also played one season in the ECHL and another in the former WCHL. Bullock has also spent time in the IHL with the former San Francisco Spiders, Grand-Rapids Griffins, Kansas City Blades and the Michigan K-Wings. In 54 career games, Bullock picked up 30 goals, 59 assists, 89 points and 144 penalty minutes.
Bullock, a native of Cambridge, Ontario Canada, has put up some solid numbers where ever he has played. Generals fans will remember the 5-11, 180 forward when he played for the Motor City Mechanics of the UHL where he posted 18 goals and added 40 assists for 58 points and 81 penalty minutes in 59 games. Prior to his time in Michigan, Bullock spent one season in the Central Hockey League with the Corpus Christi Rays. Bullock has also played in Europe in Germany, Italy as well as in the British Super League (BISL).