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Sundays game is decided 4-3 in a shootout

Sundays rematch proved to be a much tighter played game as both teams traded opportunities in the first period, however neither could break the ice for a lead and the period ended 0-0.  Honeybaked got on the board in the second scoring on a powerplay for the lead, the Indians answered back 44 seconds later when Spencer Silver won the draw back to Spencer DenBeste who passed over to Dylan Cook at the point for the scoring shot.  Again Honeybaked jumped back out front but Zak Lasley tied it up again on a rush up the ice on nice passing from Brendan Miller and Kalvin Hillock to end the period tied 2-2.  Early into the third period Spencer DenBeste gave the Indians a 3-2 lead on nice pass from Dylan Cook, however Honeybaked came back to even the score and send the game into overtime.  In the 5 minute 4 on 4 play both teams traded opportunities but could score and the game went to a 3 man shootout.  In the shootout it took 5 rounds before the Honeybaked player was able score for the win.  Aidan Curry played another outstanding game make several acrobatic saves to keep them off the board, however took the lose in net.
The Indians will now go on the road next weekend to take on Lake Forrest Prep Academy in Chicago.

Honeybaked takes the opening game of the weekend series 4-2

In the Indians opening game of 2017 they took on Honeybaked from Detroit, Honeybaked opened quick in the 1st period scoring two goals before Jeff Rahilly buried a shot past their netminder on a great set pass from Dylan Cook to get within one at the end of the first period.  Honeybaked regained the lead in the second period to send the teams to the dressing room with Indians down 3-1.  Early in the third they scored again to go up 4-1, however the Indians fought back to cut the lead in half after Nolan Slachetka scored on a rush.  Both teams continued to force the play however the score ended 4-2.  Aidan Curry played outstanding in net stopping 41 shots in a losing effort.  
Both teams will return to action Sunday morning at 10

Spencer DenBeste gets called up the Kenai River Brown Bears of the NAHL

Spencer DenBeste was called up to play with the Kenai River Brown Bears during their East Coast swing.  Spencer in 36 games has 19 goals and 16 assists for 35 points.


The Indians are looking for one forward to the complete their roster if interested contact Rick Corbiere at 906-322-2070 or Mike Kaunisto at 906-440-0157


Caesars sweeps the Indians 7-2

Sunday mornings game started out all Caesars as the Indians got into penalty trouble and they scored 4 unanswered goals before Spencer Silver scored on a pass from Jeff Rahilly.  Caeasars added two more to stretch the lead until Georg Landro scored from the point assisted by Brendan Miller, Little Caesars added one more to round out the scoring and final score of 7-2.  Jordan Lawday and Aidan Curry split duties between the pipes for the Indians.  

The Indians will now break for the Holidays and wish everyone a Merry Christmas.  Players will return to the Soo on December 27th and be back in action on January 7th and 8th against Honeybaked 5pm and 10am respectively at the Taffy Abel Arena in Sault Ste. Marie.