Soo Eagles News - Hockey News October 31, 2014

Soo Eagles have become mainstay franchise

By Randy Russon – Hockey News North

Now in their fifth year under current ownership and a hockey department led by veteran coach-general manager Bruno Bragagnolo, the Michigan-based Soo Eagles have established a firm and faithful following.

From two years in the Northern Ontario Jr. Hockey to this, their third season in the North American Hockey League, the Eagles have served notice that they are in Sault Ste. Marie to stay.

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Soo Eagles News - Hockey News October 31, 2014

NAHL announces continuation of Movember campaign

The start of moustache season is here and the North American Hockey League (NAHL) and the Movember campaign is calling on all men and women to “Shave the Date: Movember 1.” Movember participants like those in the NAHL are hosting local events across the US on Movember 1 to kick off the moustache movement to change the face of men’s health.

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Soo Eagles News - Hockey News October 31, 2014

Debut edition of Inside the NAHL

The North American Hockey League (NAHL) is proud to present a new feature this season entitled: Inside the NAHL.
 
Inside the NAHL is a new program on the NAHL TV platform that will be a video show about all topics related to the NAHL. The program is hosted and produced by NAHL Director of Communications and Sales, Alex Kyrias.

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Soo Eagles News - Hockey News October 28, 2014

NAHL announces Divisional Stars of the Week

North Division Star of the Week: Sean Keating, goaltender, Soo Eagles

After being swept at home the weekend before, the Soo Eagles were on a mission this weekend as they beat their in-state rivals on the road in a sweep over the Michigan Warriors. Veteran goalie Sean Keating, 20, stepped up in a big way to spark his club to the sweep. The native of Grand Rapids, Michigan, wasn’t the original starter on Friday night, but after the Warriors scored three early 1st period goals, Keating (5’11/178) was inserted and stopped all 26 shots that came his way in 52+ minutes to get the 4-3 win. On Saturday, Keating made 19 saves in a 4-1 win. For the weekend, Keating stopped 45 of 46 shots. “This weekend he stepped in a played really well. It is always a tough situation to come in cold, but on Friday he gave us a spark. He made the saves he needed to keep the momentum going for us,” said Soo head coach Bruno Bragagnolo.
 
2nd Star: Ian Janco, D, Janesville Jets

Honorable Mention (alphabetical): Noah Batis, F, Keystone Ice Miners – Casey Lickenheld, F, Johnstown Tomahawks – Lucas Little, D, Keystone Ice Miners – Chase Matson, F, Soo Eagles – Andrew Romano, F, Johnstown Tomahawks – Zach Yoder, D, Janesville Jets

 
Soo Eagles News - Hockey News October 16, 2014

Soo Eagles headed the right way

By Randy Russon
hockeynewsnorth.com

Now in their fifth year under current ownership and a hockey department led by veteran coach-general manager Bruno Bragagnolo, the Michigan-based Soo Eagles have established a firm and faithful following.

From two years in the Northern Ontario Jr. Hockey to this, their third season in the North American Hockey League, the Eagles have served notice that they are in Sault Ste. Marie to stay.

To be sure, the Eagles have increased their attendance at refurbished-but-still-venerable Pullar Stadium to the point where they now average about 700 fans per game, which is more than double the following there was before the present regime took over.

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Soo Eagles News - Hockey News October 13, 2014

North Star of the Week: Nick Belger - Soo Eagles

Coming off an injury, Soo forward Nick Belger, 20, returned with a big statement this past weekend as the Yorktown Heights, New York native helped the Eagles sweep a home series from the Minnesota Wilderness. Belger (6’0/182) totaled eight goals in the two wins, which included a goal and seven assists. On Friday, Belger had four assists, including on the game-winning goal in a 7-2 win over the Wilderness. On Saturday, Belger scored a goals and assisted on the three other goals, including assisting again on the game-winner, in a 4-3 win over Minnesota. “Nick was coming off a small injury and their line really clicked. He just worked hard to put himself in the right spots and if he keeps his game in focus, he should be able to have a lot of success this year and beyond,” said Soo head coach Bruno Bragagnolo.

2nd Star: Keegan Miller, F, Soo Eagles

Honorable Mention (alphabetical): Nick Kossoff, G, Keystone Ice Miners – Lucas Little, D, Keystone Ice Miners – Joey Lupo, F, Springfield Jr. Blues – Dryden McKay, G, Springfield Jr. Blues

 


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