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Indians and Gamblers skate to a 1-1 tie

The third game of the weekend series was a low scoring affair as both teams could only muster 1 goal.  Both team scored in the second period with Green Bay opening the scoring and late in the period Brenden MacLaren scored with 32 seconds remaining the period on a power play from Ethan St.Germain and Brendan Miller.  In a penalty filled third period neither team could break the tie and the game ended at a 1-1 knot.  Shaun Brown was in net for the Indians.

The Indians now return home to face Little Caesars on Dec 5th and 6 at the Pullar Staduim at 6pm and 10am respectively.


Gamblers take the second game of the series 5-3

Green opened the scoring in the first period and then added to their lead to take a 2-0 lead before the Indians Ethan St.Germain scored on a power play from Spencer DenBeste and Brendan Miller to get within one of the Gamblers.  However Green Bay regained their two goal lead before Kalvin Hillock scored unassisted late in the second.  In the third Zak Lasley tipped a shot by Aaron Shahin, assisted by Dylan Cook to tie the game up in the third, but Green Bay again lit the lamp to go up 4-3 and with Indians pressing and the net empty the gamblers player blocked a shot and went in on a breakaway to seal the game.  Will Hartwick to the lose in net for the Indians
Both teams will face off again tomorrow at 1030 CST.

Bostwick nets 3 to lead the Indians over the Gamblers 6-2

In the first game of of the weekend Green Bay opened the scoring in the first period to take the lead however Zak Lasley evened the score on a rebound from Kalvin Hillock and Tiger Weber, then late in the period Zach Ahola scored to take the lead from Ethan St.Germain.  Early in the second Jonathon Bostwick scored the first of his three on the night on a nice pass from Brendan Miller and Ahola, and with :50 seconds remaining Bostwick got his second from Ahola.  At the end of two periods the Indians lead 4-2.  Bostwick finished his "hat trick" at the 9 minute mark from Miller and Ahola again and will time winding down Aaron Shahin out muscle the player in front of the net to score with 10 seconds remaining from Jake Smith.  Shaun Brown took the win in net for the Indians.
Both teams return to action tonight at 730 CST at the Brown County Arena. 

Indians top the Kalkaska Rhino's 10-2

In a Wednesday evening game against the Kalkaska Rhino's of the USPHL the Indians came out victorious 10-2.  Brendan Miller opened the scoring from Brenden MacLaren for an early lead, then Aaron Shahin added to the lead from Nick Skaluba and Miller for the second goal of the evening.  Kalaska got on the board late in the period to cut the lead to 2-1 before the teams went the dressing after the first period.  In a wide open second period the Indians scored 5 goals, first Anthony Harris scored on an unassisted goal, then Jake Smith hit the top corner from Tiger Weber and Zach Lasley, Ethan St.Germain found a lose puck in front of the Rhino's net and buried for the third goal of the period.  Then Kalvin Hillock lit the lamp on a bar down shot from the slot assisted by Skaluba, the final goal of the period was scored by Maclaren when he stole the puck from the Rhino defenseman and buried a nice shot past their goaltender.  The Rhino's added one goal during the period and the teams went to the dressing room after two with Indians up 7-2.  In the third the Indians added three unanswered goals from Skaluba, assisted by Hillock and Weber, then Spencer DenBeste added his first from MacLaren and St.Germain and his second of the game from Weber.  Shaun Brown took the win in net for the Indians.
The Indians are off this weekend and will return to action the following weekend when they travel to Green Bay to take on the Gamblers.

Indians lose a heartbreaker in overtime of the Big Nickel Championship game 

In the Championship game of the Big Nickel Tournament the Indians battled to tie the game with 3.3 seconds remaining in the third period and forced overtime, however with 19.8 seconds remaining in the first overtime the Toronto Nationals scored the winner to take the tournament.  It was a great weekend for the Indians winning 5 games, losing two in overtime in 4 days.  More information concerning the game will be posted when the information comes available.
The Indians will now return home to face the Kalkaska Rhino's of the USPHL on Wednesday night November 11th, 7pm at the Taffey Abel Arena