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Lussier commits to play his college hockey at Trine University

 Former Soo Indians Cole Lussier has committed to Trine University in Indiana to play his college hockey.  Cole played two seasons with the Indians before playing one season in the CCHL in Ottawa before ending his Jr A career with the Amarillo Bulls of the NAHL.  Trine with begin their inaugural season in the NCAA Norther Collegiate Hockey Conference in Division III hockey.  Cole brings excellent leadership both on and off the ice and will be an excellent addition and asset to the Trine hockey program.  All of the Indians staff wish Cole the best in his next step of his hockey career.


Soo Indians 2017-18 schedule released

The Soo Indians have released their schedule for the upcoming 2017-18 season with a  couple weekends left to fill.  The schedule can be viewed by clicking on the schedule bar.


The Indians are looking for two forwards to complete their 2017 roster

The Indians are looking for two forwards to complete their roster.  If interested contact Rick  Corbiere at 906-322-2070 or Mike Kaunisto at 906-440-0157 or email



Tryouts underway

As tryouts are in full swing we are in need of some veteran players with Tier 1 Midget Major experience to fill some top positions at Defence and Forward.  Player personal Director Rick Corbiere has stated " we lost a lot of Veterans with valuable experience"   We have some good young players in Camp but are in need of experience to compete at this level.

If interested please call       Rick Corbiere at  906-322-2070 or Mike Kaunisto 906-440-0157


Congrats to Spencer DenBeste and former Soo Indian Aston Calder on being drafted in the USHL

Spencer a 99 Birthyear played two seasons with the Indians and was drafted by the Cedar Rapids Roughriders in the 11th round 164 overall.  In two seasons with the Indians Spencer scored 46 goals, 50 assists, for a total of 96 points in 97 games.
Aston Calder who Played with the Indians two seasons ago was drafted by the Lincoln Stars in the 9th round, 138 overall.  Last season Aston played with Surrey Eagles of the BCHL.
Congratulations to both Spencer and Aston on reaching another milestone in hockey, all of their hard work has paid off.