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Belle Tire wins the Sunday morning rematch 4-3

Sunday morning the Indians struck first with 3:45 left in the first period when Spencer DenBeste scored assisted by Zach Hyvarinen, however Belle Tire evened the score with 20 seconds remaining in the period.  In the second period  Brendan Miller scored to go up one from Zak Lasley, then Hayden Clark scored on a powerplay from Justin Moyle and Miller to put the Indians up by 2.  Belle Tire pulled within one late in the period again and the Indians took a 3-2 lead into the dressing room.  The third period was all Belle Tire as they scored two unanswered goals for eventual 4-3 win.  Jordan Lawday stopped 30 shots in a lossing effort.
The Indians next action will be at home next weekend against Houghton at the LSSU arena, Saturday at 6pm and Sunday 10 am.

Indians fall to Belle Tire 5-3 in the opening game of the MAHA Tier 1 play

Belle Tire opening the scoring early in the first period to jump out to 1-0 lead then built it up to 2 until Spencer DenBeste score with 4 seconds remaining the first period to get back to one behind.  Dylan Cook and Spencer Silver assisted on the goal.  The Indians even the score at 2 a piece on a goal by Dillon Anderson from Nolan Slatectka and Kyle Lake.  Late in the second Belle Tire regained the lead to go into the dressing up 3-2 through two periods.  Zak Lasley scored early in the third period to even the score at 3-3 from Georg Landro.  From that point Belle scored two for the final 5-3 score.  Aidan Curry stopped 34 shots in a lossing effort for the tribe.
Both teams return action tomorrow at 10 am at the Taffly Abel Arena.

Indians blank Alaska 5-0

Sunday morning the Indians came ready and jumped to an early lead on an unassisted goal by Nolan Sletactka, Dyllon Anderson added a goal 2 minutes later assisted by Georg Landro.  Less than a minute later Mat Thurston scored from Griffen Medina and Sletactka scored his second of the game from Kalvin Hillock to put the Indians up 4-0 at the end of the 1st period.  In the second Spencer DenBeste added to the lead from Avery Rebek to round out the scoring for the Indians and the 5-0 win.  Jordan Lawday shut the door between the pipes to preserve and the win and shutout.  

The Indians will return home for the next weekend.


Meijer AAA takes a 3-2 win over the Indians

Meijer AAA took a 1-0 lead against the Indians at the 11:53 make and maintained through most of the period untill Hayden Clark scored from Mat Thurston to even the score late in the first half.  Early in the second Meijer scored two goals to make it 3-1, then Spencer DenBeste found the net for the Indians to get back within one goal, assisted by Spencer Silver.  This however was all the Indians could generate and the final ended up 3-2 in favor of Meijer.  Aidan Curry was between the pipes for the Indians.

The Indians now with play the Alaska Oiler at 10am Sunday.


Compuware tops the Indians 4-2 in the second game of the Motor City

The Indians got caught and allowed the ambassors to jump out to 4-0 lead before they finally got on the board in the second half on a goal from Brendan Miller assisted by Zak Lasley.  The Indians cut the lead in half on a goal by Justin Moyle assisted by Kalvin Hillock, however that was a close as they would get falling 4-2.  Jordan Lawday was in the net for the Indians in a lossing effort.  The Indians will take on Meijer AAA on Saturday morning.