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Honeybaked nips the Indians 3-1

On the Indians first game back from Christmas break against Honeybaked, they opened the scoring early in the first period on a goal by Brandon Woodward set up by Hudson Troyer, giving them the lead through the first period.  Midway through the second period Honeybaked even the score on a power play and again late in the second period to take the 2-1 lead.  In the third both teams played even until late the third the Indians missed their chances with the net empty and Honeybaked grabbed a bouncing puck for a late goal and the win.  Dmitri Kochan stopped 21 shots in a losing effort.  
Both teams will be back in action tomorrow morning at 10am, Taffy Abel Arena.

Indians break for Christmas

With the Holiday season upon us the Indians took a well deserved break for Christmas.  Midway through the year the Indians have posted a 13-21-1 record and currently sit in 8th place in MAHA Tier 1 league, they will return action on January 6th and 7th against Honeybaked.

They Holidays do bring back many of the local players and Soo Indians Alumi that are currently playing and furthering their hockey careers. Pictured below from left to right are Brendan Miller (Soo Thunderbirds NOJHL), Denver Pierce (Norhern Michigan University WCHA), Aston Calder (Lincoln Stars USHL, committed to LSSU), and Brenden MacLaren (Janesville Jets NAHL).

Other Soo Indians alumni still playing Brandon Gordon (Soo Thunderbirds NOJHL), Spencer DenBeste (Sioux City Musketers USHL committed to LSSU), Ethan St. Germain (Finlandia University), Trevor Jestadt (Finlandia University), Zak Lasley (Jersey Shore Whalers USPHL Premier), Tommy Holochuk (Jersey Shore Whalers USPHL Premier), Jake Smith (Jersey Shore Whalers USPHL Premier, Casey Gilling (Miami of Ohio NCAA), Jordan Lawday (Great Britain U20), Frank Pucci (Niagara Falls Canucks GOJHL), Andrew Barbeau (Niagara Falls Canucks GOHL), Spencer Silver (Hearst Lumberjacks NOJHL), Hayden Clark (Soo Eagles NOJHL), Cole Lussier (Trine University), John Pesek (Janesville Jets NAHL), Drew Goupille (Jersey Rockets NCDC), Tiger Weber (New Jersey Hitmen USPHL Premier), Zach Ahola (New Hampshire Avalance EHL), and Aidan Curry (New York Avaitors USPHL Premier).

The Soo Indians staff wish all of our current and former players continued success and Happy Holidays.


Compuware sweeps the Indians

Compuware started right where they left off Saturday afternoon scoring early and often on Sunday morning.  The number 11 ranked Ambassadors showed why they have earned it by playing a fast and quick pace scoring 8 unanswered goals during the game for the win.  Alex Rairigh was in net for the Indians who couldn’t muster any offense during the game.
The Indians are now off for the Christmas break and return to action on January 6 and 7th at the Taffy Abel arena when they will take on Honeybaked in MAHA action.

Compuware topples the Indians in Saturdays action

Saturday afternoon the Indians just couldn’t get anything to bounce their way, in the first period Compuware score midway through the period to take a lead.  In the second period the Ambassadors added another goal for the 2-0 lead going into the third period and after the ice was resurfaced the added 5 more goals for the 7-0 win.  Dmitri Kochan in the net for the Indians.

The Indians will look to bounce back and regroup when both teams face off again Sunday morning at 930 am at the Artic Edge Ice Arena in Canton, MI.


Indians finish the Honeybaked Showcase going 2-2 on the weekend topping the Boston Jr Bruins and South Shore Kings, falling to the York Skipjacks and Virtua Hockey. Overall it was a great weekend for the Indians on the road with close games and competition.