Soo Eagles News - Hockey News October 02, 2014

NAHL 2015 Top Prospects Tournament heads to Ann Arbor

The North American Hockey League (NAHL) has announced that the 2015 NAHL Top Prospects Tournament, presented by Easton, will be held from February 23-24 at the Ann Arbor Ice Cube in Ann Arbor, Michigan.  In cooperation with the NAHL event, the NAPHL and NA3HL will also play their respective 2015 Top Prospect Tournaments at the same venue on the same days, as the three leagues merge their Top Prospects events together for the very first time.

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Soo Eagles News - Hockey News October 02, 2014

Sawruk assists surging Eagles

By Randy Russon – Hockey News North

Bruno Bragagnolo, the seasoned coach-general manager of the Soo Eagles of the North American Hockey League, is known as someone who gives credit when and where it is due.

And Bragagnolo has praise aplenty for his associate coach with the Eagles, Alex Sawruk.

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Soo Eagles News - Hockey News October 02, 2014

Get to know your Soo Eagles - #22 Matt Menta

Each week this season, we will spotlight a different Soo Eagles player, in our “Get to know your Soo Eagles” interviews with Fast Hockey’s, Scott Nason.

This week, Fast Hockey’s, Scott Nason, interviews Matt Menta. Matt is a 20-year old forward, from Lima, Pennsylvania, in his third season with the Soo Eagles. The 5’11’’, 180lb, ’94 birth year player, has two goals and two assists, so far this season, and is a very respectable, +6.

This season, you will also be able to hear the interviews during the intermission of home Fast Hockey broadcasts.


 
Soo Eagles News - Hockey News September 25, 2014

Berry named North Division Star of the Week

The Soo Eagles may have found themselves a keeper in 18-year-old goalie Jack Berry. (Listen to interview with Jack Berry)

The rookie and native of Holly, Michigan played very well at the NAHL Showcase, helping the Eagles to a 3-1 record and 1st place in the North Division. Berry started in two games and made an appearance in a third. Berry (6’2/185) won his first NAHL start as he stopped 19 of 20 shots that came his way in a 3-1 win over Minot. After posting a perfect period against Brookings in a relief role, Berry then made 20 saves in a 5-0 shutout win over the Rio Grande Valley Killer Bees. He has allowed just one goal on 43 shots to date.

“Jack has looked good in practice and we were eager to see what he could do. I thought he got stronger as the games went along. He players under control and mature for a younger goalie,” said Soo head coach Bruno Bragagnolo.

Forward  Sandis Zolmanis, of the Soo Eagles, was named North Division’s second star.

 
Soo Eagles News - Hockey News September 25, 2014

Get to know your Soo Eagles - Goalies Jack Berry and Sean Keating

This week we get to know two goaltenders, Jack Berry and Sean Keating. "Get to know your Soo Eagles" interviews with Fast Hockey’s, Scott Nason.

Jack Berry was just named the North Division player of the week, as he earned a pair of victories at the Blaine Showcase Tournament. The 6'2", 185lb, '96 birth year goaltender, from Holly, Michigan is 2-0-0 this season, with a goals against average of 0.43 and a save percentage of .977.

Sean Keating has also earned a pair of victories this season. The 5'11", 178lb, '94 birth year goaltender, from Grand Rapids, Michigan is 2-2-0 this season, with a goals against average of 2.74 and a save percentage of .903.

This season, you will also be able to hear the interviews during the intermission of home Fast Hockey broadcasts.



 
Soo Eagles News - Hockey News September 19, 2014

Soo Eagles win first game at Blaine

The Soo Eagles couldn’t have started the Blaine Showcase any better, as they shut out the Bismark Bobcats, 7-0, on Wednesday night. Seven different players scored goals for the Eagles, including Raymond Brice, Trevor Cope and Chason Matson in the 1st period, Evan Mills in the 2nd period and Sandis Zolmanis, Keegan Miller and Brad Pung in the 3rd period. Sean Keating posted the shutout for the Eagles making 18 saves, while Hunter Sheperd took the loss for the Bobcats, also making 18 saves.


 


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