Soo Eagles News - Hockey News March 11, 2015

Reading Month: Soo Eagles at Soo Township

Soo Eagles players have taken part in “Reading Month” in the local elementary schools. This week alone players have read to students at Soo Township and Lincoln schools in Sault Ste. Marie, and at Rudyard Elementary, where they have been a big hit.

“Our players have been a great hit in each school,” said Eagles housing director Cathy Tibbett. “We are running into many students in each school who have been to Eagle games. I am so proud of all our young men.”

Michael Caruso and Sandis Zolmonis read to Karen Cook's 2nd Grade Soo Township students.


 
Soo Eagles News - Hockey News March 10, 2015

Eagles get hard-earned split at red hot Janesville

Soo Eagles 4, Janesville Jets 3 (SO) – Saturday, March 7, 2015
The Janeville Jets run at NAHL history hit a speed bump, as the visiting Soo Eagles picked up a 4-3 shootout win on Saturday night, to snap Janesville’s 17-game winning streak. Things looked good for the Jets until late in the game as they got a 1st period goal from Dan Kucerovy, a 2nd period goal from Zach LaValle and a 3rd period goal from Cullen Munson. However, the Eagles would respond each time, with goals from Matt Menta, Denver Pierce and the game-tying goal with less than a minute left in regulation from Leo Lumm. Darren Brady and Keegan Miller had the game-deciding shootout goals.

Janesville Jets 5, Soo Eagles 3  - Friday, March 6, 2015
Despite being outshot 36-18, the Janesville Jets managed five goals and ran their winning streak to 17 straight games on Friday night, with a 5-3 home win over the visiting Soo Eagles. It was all Jets in the early going, as 1st period goals from Zach LaValle and Kevin Dineen and 2nd period goals from Adam Winborg and Cullen Munson made the score 4-0 for the Jets early in the 2nd period. A goaltending change sparked the Eagles to their first goal from Pat Gazzillo, but the Jets would have an answer from Drew Callin to make it 5-1.  Two late goals from Trevor Cope and Brad Pung made the final 5-3 in favor of Janesville, who got 33 saves in the win from Matt Jurusik.

 
Soo Eagles News - Hockey News March 06, 2015

Soo Eagles get away with one

By Randy Russon – Hockey News North

Soo Eagles stole a win on Saturday night.

In front of 776 witnesses at Pullar Stadium, the Eagles pulled off a 4-1 theft of the Springfield Jr. Blues despite being out-shot 43-21 by the visitors. Rookie goalie Jack Berry was the main culprit in the Soo win. The masked bandit made 42 saves and was at his best in the second and third periods when the Eagles were out-shot by a combined margin of 33-13. It was Berry’s first start since veteran goalie Chad Catt joined the Eagles from the Aberdeen Wings at the February 6 NAHL trade deadline. Catt had started six games in a row and posted a 5-0-1 record before Berry got the call on Saturday. While Berry repeatedly robbed the Blues, he was helped out by his goal post and cross bar along the way. As Berry had Springfield singing the Blues, defenceman Michael Caruso and forwards Leo Lumm and Chase Matson were putting up the points. Caruso had a pair of goals, giving him four on the season, while Lumm scored twice and added an assist. Lumm had scored his first goal as an Eagle on Friday after going pointless in his first eight games following a trade from the Odessa Jackalopes. Hustling forward Chase Matson also turned in an impact outing for the Eagles and produced a pair of assists. Saturday’s win gave the Eagles five of a possible six points from the three-game series with Springfield and kept the Soo in second place in the North Division standings, one point up on the third-place Keystone Ice Miners. With nine games to go in the regular season, the Eagles have 58 points from a record of 28-21-2.


 
Soo Eagles News - Hockey News March 03, 2015

Soo Eagles Alum Marble wins first NCHC goalie honor

Colorado College sophomore Tyler Marble received his first National Collegiate Hockey Conference goaltender of the week award. The other honorees are Denver sophomore forward Trevor Moore (offensive); North Dakota senior Nick Mattson (defenseman) and DU freshman forward Danton Heinen (rookie).

Marble recorded a career-high 50 saves in a 2-2 tie (shootout loss) against Western Michigan on Friday and added another 27 stops in a 5-0 win on Saturday for his first career shutout. The Detroit native helped CC go 9-for-9 on the penalty kill against WMU.


 
Soo Eagles News - Hockey News February 20, 2015

Soo Eagles Pre-Draft Camp

The Soo Eagles of the North American Hockey League have announced their 2015 Pre-draft, date for 2015. The primary function of each tryout camp is to evaluate prospective players for the 2015-16 NAHL season. Players who have attended Soo Eagles tryout camps have accounted for 80% of the NAHL regular season roster; many becoming drafted or tendered.


 
Soo Eagles News - Hockey News February 22, 2015

Eagles Sweep Warriors

Saturday: Michigan 1, Soo 3
Friday: Michigan 1, Soo 4

 


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