Soo Eagles News - Hockey News February 07, 2014

Former Soo Eagle named Elmira College Athlete of the Week

After a upset win by the men's ice hockey team, former Soo Eagle, Alexander Taulien, was named an Elmira College Athlete of the Week, for the week ending February 2, 2014.

Taulien was a major factor in the men's ice hockey team's 7-6 overtime win over No. 12 Utica College Friday night. The freshman talent recorded his first career hat trick against the Pioneers and also added an assist for four points on the night, the best single-game performance of his young career. Taulien had a hand in four of the five goals scored which turned a 2-1 Utica lead into a 6-4 EC advantage early in the third period.

Taulien and the men's ice hockey team have one game this week as they travel to Hobart College for a crucial ECAC West matchup. The Statesmen are tied for second place in the ECAC West, trailing EC by one point. The game is scheduled to start at 7:00 p.m. on Saturday, February 8th.

Soo Eagles News - Hockey News February 06, 2014

Soo’s Sabatini cranks up the power

By Randy Russon

His coach thinks he can develop into a dominant power forward.

To be sure, Bruno Bragagnolo, who coaches and manages the Soo Eagles of the North American Hockey League, feels as though Mike Sabatini has the tools to become the consummate power forward.

“He’s big, he’s tough, he’s a strong skater, he works hard, he plays well in traffic and he can put the puck in the net,” Bragagnolo said of Sabatini, a Detroit area product who turned 19-years old in January. “He just needs to work on his consistency.”

Sabatini, appearing on the Hockey North Show that I host on ESPN 1400 Radio, said he is embracing the power-forward role.


Soo Eagles News - Hockey News February 02, 2014

Warriors over Eagles

February 1, 2014

Soo     2
Michigan     6

Soo Eagles News - Hockey News January 31, 2014

Mark Your Calendar! March Events

The Soo Eagles are keeping busy on and off the ice in the upcoming weeks and months.

The Eagles will face the Michigan Warriors at Pullar Stadium on March 7-8 and this will be Parent’s Weekend and Military Appreciation Weekend.

The Soo Eagles will be hosting a “Burger Bash” at the Elks Lodge 552 on Monday, March 10, from 4-8 p.m. For just $7.00 you can get a 1/3 pound burger, made from the best meat in town at Neville’s, and fries. You can dine in, and meet the Eagle players, and have a chance at the “choose your own prize” raffle. Take out is also available.

To purchase tickets, call the Soo Eagles office at (906) 259-0522 or you can purchase tickets at the door on March 10.

Soo Eagles News - Hockey News January 31, 2014

Eagles stay in third, take two-of-three from Janesville

By Chelsea Zalewski – EUP News

The Soo Eagles took two out of three games over the weekend.  After five games against Janesville, the Eagles were able to pick up 8 points out of 10 to push them up in the standings and remain in a playoff spot.  The Eagles sit just a point behind Michigan, who they will face Saturday in Flint, and one point ahead of Johnstown who takes on first place Port Huron this weekend for two games.


Soo Eagles News - Hockey News January 27, 2014

Eagles over Jets, Again

January 27, 2014

Janesville Jets 1 @ Soo Eagles 3 – Soo outshot the Jets 43-27 and finally outlasted them in the later stages of the game to take a 3-1 win on Monday nigh in Sault Ste. Marie. Both goaltenders played well as Nathan Klebe made 26 saves in the win and Logan Halladay made 40 saves in the loss.
It wasn’t until the 2nd period until the scoring began and it was Janesville taking a 1-0 lead early in the frame on a goal from Alex Shuchuk.  However, that would be all the Jets would score on this night as the Eagles struck back less than two minutes later on a shorthanded goal from Chase Matson. Before the period would end, Denver Pierce put the Eagles ahead to stay with a goal that made it 2-1.
In the 3rd period, both goalies held the fort until Nick Belger added an empty-net goal with 1:25 to play to secure the win for the Eagles, who moved into 3rd place with the win, one point ahead of Johnstown and just a point behind 2nd place Michigan. With the loss, the Jets remained at 36 points, 10 points out of the 4th and final playoff spot. Matson also picked up an assist in the game for a multi-point night.


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