Soo Eagles News - Hockey News March 17, 2013

2014-15 Season Tickets

Our Goal.

Sell 300 Full Season Tickets

Dear fans and residents of Sault Ste. Marie, Michigan and surrounding area:

Soo Eagles of the Tier 2 junior, North American Hockey League, have launched theSoo 300 Season Ticket Drive.

The area-wide ticket drive will ensure our long term commitment to Sault Ste. Marie and the Eastern Upper Peninsula. Together, players and management of the Soo Eagles volunteer countless hours of their time to community endeavors. We truly enjoy being a part of the community. As such, we are excited for our future and offer a number of reasons to support the Soo Eagles with a purchase of a full season ticket.


We have five people who will be assisting with the sale of season Tickets. Please feel free to call or e-mail the following people to purchase your tickets. We are very appreciative of their help.


You can also call the Soo Eagles office at (906) 259-0522 and ask for Shirley.

Download Ticket Order Form (pdf)



To be sure, we have charted an ambitious course for the Soo 300 Season Ticket Drive and appreciate your participation as we strive to realize our goal.

We thank you, in advance, for joining in on the goal of the Soo 300.


With gratitude,

Bruno Bragagnolo
GM, Head Coach, Owner

Ron Lavin
Owner

 
Soo Eagles News - Hockey News March 13, 2014

Soo Eagles Burger Bash a big success

By Randy Russon – Hockey News North

Soo Eagles of the North American Hockey League pride themselves on being a community-minded organization.

The Eagles on Monday night hosted a Burger Bash at the Elks Lodge and players and team personnel mingled with fans and supporters.

In photo, Eagles players work the entrance to the Elks Lodge, taking tickets for the Burger Bash from supporters of the hockey team.\Sponsors of the Burger Bash included Elks Lodge, Neville’s Superette, Gordon Food Service and John Jorgensen Jr. from Marchetti Distributing.


Sandis Zolmanis, Dante Suffredini and Matt Menta


 
Soo Eagles News - Hockey News March 13, 2014

Soo Eagle parents enjoy Parents Weekend in the Soo

By Randy Russon – Hockey News North

Soo Eagles of the North American Hockey League held a Parents Weekend on March 7-8.

Among the parents of the Eagles who traveled to the Soo to see their son play were Tom and Dawn Cuthrell of Waterford, Michigan.

And their son, Scott Cuthrell, had himself a three-goal weekend (and tallied once more in a shootout) as the Eagles swept the visiting Michigan Warriors by 3-2 and 6-2 scores.


 
Soo Eagles News - Hockey News March 16, 2014

Falcons over Eagles

March 15, 2014

Soo     2
Port Huron     3

 
Soo Eagles News - Hockey News March 08, 2014

Eagles over Warriors

March 7, 2014

Michigan     2
       Soo     3

 
Soo Eagles News - Hockey News March 07, 2014

Soo Eagles organization received United Way Volunteer Award

The Soo Eagles organization was recently named as February’s winner of the Recognition Spotlight by the United Way Volunteer Center of the Eastern Upper Peninsula. They were nominated and selected, for the countless projects their players and staff volunteer for, that have an impact on Sault Ste Marie, and the surrounding community.

The United Way Volunteer Center is continually reaching into the community to promote volunteerism in the Eastern Upper Peninsula. One method of doing this has been the Recognition Spotlight that honors a special individual or group that has been spreading goodwill in the community. They also honor area businesses that promote community engagement within their workplace through our Business Neighbor award.  All nominees are kept in the pool for 6 months and the nomination year runs from April to March.

 


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Our Mission

The Soo Eagles are committed to developing a tradition of academic growth, athletic skills, leadership, self-esteem, self discipline, integrity, teamwork and sportsmanship.  We will provide this opportunity through the NAHL Tier Two Junior Hockey League as well as having the players involved in the community of Sault Ste. Marie in many projects. 

 


 


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