Soo Eagles News - Hockey News January 03, 2014

Former Soo Eagle receives Big 10 honors

University of Michigan goaltender Zach Nagelvoort was named the Big 10’s #1star of the week. He stopped 29 of the 31 shots he faced to help Michigan tie No. 4 Ferris State on Wednesday. He led all Big Ten goalies this week in save percentage (.935) and goals-against average (1.85). Nagelvoort ranks second in the nation in goals-against average (1.67) and fourth nationally in save percentage (.944). He has allowed two goals or less in eight of his 10 appearances this season. This is Nagelvoort’s fourth career Big Ten weekly award.
Nagelvoort spent two seasons in the NAHL during the 2011-12 and 2012-13 seasons.  Most recently, he played for the Aberdeen Wings where he posted a record of 8-1-1 with a 1.66 goals against average and a 94.9% save percentage. Prior to Aberdeen, Nagelvoort also spent time in the NAHL with the Soo Eagles, Traverse City North Stars and Kalamazoo Jr. K-Wings.

Soo Eagles News - Hockey News December 24, 2013

Exertive Eagles exemplify extra effort

By RANDY RUSSON - Mika Media

Displaying resilience and a relentless resolve, the surging Soo Eagles are on the rebound.
With a record of 5-1-2 in their past 8 outings, the Eagles have climbed to within a victory of the .500 mark with 27 games still to play on their 2013-2014 North American Hockey League regular-season schedule.     
The Eagles, who have 32 points in 33 games from a record of 13-14-6, are on hiatus from the rigours of the NAHL schedule until the January 3-4-5 weekend when they will play host to the Johnstown Tomahawks in a three-game series at Pullar Stadium.
Soo Eagles News - Hockey News December 24, 2013

North Division Star of the Week: Scott Cuthrell, forward, Soo Eagles

Soo Eagles forward Scott Cuthrell, 20, has been on fire since joining the club last week and this past weekend was no exception. The native of Waterford, Michigan, helped the Eagles take five of six points in three tough road games as Soo moved into 4th place in the North Division. Cuthrell (5’9/160) totaled five points in the three games and has registered at least a point in all five games played with Soo to date. On Thursday, Cuthrell had two goals and an assist against his old club as the Eagles defeated the Michigan Warriors, 4-2. On Friday, Cuthrell had a goal in a 3-2 shootout loss at Port Huron. A night later, he scored again in regulation and also added a shootout goal in a 4-3 shootout win against the Fighting Falcons. “Scott knows how to score goals and create offense. As long as he remains responsible on the defensive end, he is very effective as a hockey player,” said Eagles head coach Bruno Bragagnolo. “He is blessed with some great talent and a scoring touch and I think he could be a future NCAA Division I player.”

2nd Star: Joe Drabin, forward, Johnstown Tomahawks

Honorable Mention (alphabetical): Shane Bednard, forward, Johnstown Tomahawks – Niko Coffman, defenseman, Port Huron Fighting Falcons – Mitch Maloney, forward, Port Huron Fighting Falcons – Landon Trutt, goaltender, Soo Eagles

Soo Eagles News - Hockey News December 22, 2013

Eagles over Falcons

December 21, 2013

Soo     4
Port Huron     3

Soo Eagles News - Hockey News December 20, 2013

Falcons over Eagles

December 20, 2013

Soo Eagles     2
Port Huron Falcons     3

Soo Eagles News - Hockey News December 19, 2013

Eagles over Warriors

December 19, 2013

Soo Eagles     4

Michigan Warriors     2


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