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Indians rebound Sunday morning for a 4-1 win over Victory Honda

Sundays game was a wide open end to end game, Victory Honda opened scoring midway through the first period and maintained the lead through the first period.  Ten minutes into the second period Brendan Miller took a pass from Tiger Weber and Mat Thurston and cut in over the Honda blueline and put a shot past the netminder to even the score.  Late in the second Spencer Silver split the Victory Honda defense and went in on a breakaway to score, assists going to Spencer DenBeste and Zak Lasley.  In the third the Indians scored when Tiger Weber took a transition pass from Dylan Cook to go in and put a shot from the top of circle for a two goal lead.  Honda continued to force the puck to the net however Aidan Curry was up to the task stopping everything they sent his way and with Honda's goalie out Spencer DenBeste won the drawn and buried a shot in the net to solidfy the 4-1 win.  Aidan Curry played outstanding stopping 38 of the 39 shots sent his way to earn the win.

The Indians continue their homestand as the will take on Lake Forest Prep Academy next Saturday, 3pm and Sunday 10am at the Taffy Abel Arena.



Indians a looking for one forward

The Indians are looking for one forward to complete their line up,  If interested contact Rick Corbiere at 906-322-2070

Victory Honda blanks the Indians 4-0

In the opening game of the weekend series Victory took advantage of an early breakaway to go open 1-0.  The Indians mounted a surge in the first period with several grade a chances but couldn't convert.  Both teams played even through much of the second, but with 7 seconds remaining in the second period Honda got their second of the game to end the second period up 2-0.  Honda scored midway through the third and again in the last minute on the third to solidfy the 4-0 win.  Jordan Lawday stopped 25 shots in a losing effort.  Both teams will meet tomorrow morning again at 10am for the rematch at the Taffy Abel arena.


The People Behind The Scenes Help Make It Happen

Every team has people who work very hard for them.  These are the people who may not receive enough credit for all that they do.  Mark, JoAnn, and June Meehan help wash, sew, and maintain the jerseys, socks, and whatever else we may haul over to them every week.   Alan McArthur and Kyle Shaw are our off-ice trainers who dedicate three days a week before and after practice.  Patty Ordiway puts in countless hours helping with housing and taking game photos for the websites while tweeting scores and plays throughout the games.  We can't thank all of you enough for everything that you do and we appreciate your dedication to this team.

Thanks again!

Soo Indians Staff and Players




Indians and Colts skate to a 7-7 tie

In a game that had little or no defense both teams scored continuously.  The Indians opened the scoring on the first shift of the game when Spencer Silver won the battle in front of their net putting a lose puck behind the netminder with the lone assist going to Spencer DenBeste.  The Colts answered back late in the period to even the score at one a piece through the first period.  The second period however turned out to be wide open frenzy as both teams scored five goals, Jeff Rahilly scored from Dyllon Anderson, Silver scored his second from DenBeste, the Rahilly added his second of the game from Nolan Slachetka.  Zak Lasley got on the board from Brendan Miller and DenBeste added one of his own to close out the second period and send the teams to the dressing room tied at 6 all.  The third period didn't play out like the second, DenBeste scored to give the Indians a one goal lead early in the period from Kyle Lake,  however the Colts answered back four minutes later to knot the score again.  From that point on both teams traded chances but couldn't get the winner.  Aidan Curry was in the net for the Indians.

Next action for the Indians will be at the Taffy Abel Arena when Victory Honda comes to town for a pair MAHA Tier 1 league games next Saturday and Sunday in the Sault.