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.

Soo Eagles News - Hockey News March 07, 2014

Soo Eagles players read to local elementary students

This week, the Soo Eagles sent 23 players out to Soo Township Elementary School this week, as they participated in Reading Awareness Month.

March is National Reading Awareness Month, and is asking families everywhere to make a commitment — or renew their dedication — to reading aloud with their children every day for at least 15 minutes.

As you can see, the Soo Eagles are helping make that commitment, and in keeping in their commitment to help out their community.

Soo Eagles News - Hockey News March 07, 2014

Turning the Paige

By Randy Russon – Hockey News North

After being sidelined for more than three months with a concussion, Paige Skoog is once again the main man between the pipes for the Soo Eagles of the North American Hockey League.

And the second-year NAHL goalie will try to backstop the Eagles into the North Division playoffs with nine games to play in the regular season.

Two points out of the fourth-and-final playoff spot in the North Division, the Eagles will play host to the second-place Michigan Warriors this Friday and Saturday at Pullar Stadium.

Game times are 7:30 p.m. on Friday and 7 p.m. on Saturday.


Soo Eagles News - Hockey News February 28, 2014

Eagles over Falcons

February 28, 2014
Eagles 4, Falcons 3

Soo Eagles News - Hockey News February 27, 2014

Congratulations to Eagles alum Alexander Taulien

Six Elmira players were All-ECAC West selections. Junior Josh Burnell made the first team, with senior Jesper Strale, junior Eric David and sophomore Michael Collins on the second team.

Freshmen Alexander Taulien and Sal Magliocco represent Elmira on the All-Rookie team.

Soo Eagles News - Hockey News February 21, 2014

Knot in the North

By Randy Russon – Hockey News North

A mere two points are all that stand between three teams fighting for one playoff spot in the six-member North Division of the North American Hockey League.

Springfield Jr. Blues and Soo Eagles are tied for fourth place in the NAHL North, just two points up on the Janesville Jets.

Springfield has a game in hand on the Soo, so in essence, the Jr. Blues are ahead of the Eagles.

Going into play this week, Springfield has 47 points in 47 games from a record of 20-20-7, the Soo has 47 points in 48 games from a record of 20-21-7 and Janesville has 45 points in 45 games from a record of 21-21-3.

Janesville, with three games in hand on the Soo and two in hand on Springfield, has been on a roll late with a 4-1-1 record in its last 6 games.

The Soo, on the other hand, has lost 5 straight games.

Janesville is at the Soo for a game this Friday, 7:30 p.m. at Pullar Stadium.


Port Huron continues to lead the North Division followed by Michigan and Johnstown.

The Fighting Falcons have 60 points from 46 games, the Warriors have 54 points from 45 games and the Tomahawks have 53 points from 47 games.


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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.