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Indians add two players to their roster

The Soo Indians have added two players to the 2017-18 roster.  Dyllon Anderson joins the Indians and will add strength up front with experience, Dyllon played with the Indians last season scoring 5 goals and 6 assists and will be looking to add to them numbers during the remainder of the season.  Also joining the Indians is Garth Wickham, Garth hails from Escanaba Michigan and in 26 games scored 26 goals and 9 assists in the 2016-17 season with Escanaba High School.  Garth bring strength up front with a knack for scoring.

The Indians travel to Barrie Ontario this Friday to compete in the Barrie Colts tournament.


NJ Hitmen top the Indians

In the sweet sixteen game of the CCM invitational tournament the Indians met up with the New Jersey Hitmen.  The Hitmen opened the scored the first goal midway through the first period, however the Indians answered back at the 2:42 mark on a goal by Hudson Troyer from Jason Kasper and Chase Tallaire to even the score at one through one period.  New Jersey scored three unanswered goals in the second period to take the lead, then added one empty net goal in the third for the 5-1 win.  Dmitri Kochan was in the net for the Indians.

The Indians travel to Barrie Ontario next weekend for the Invitational tournament.


Indians fall to CYA 5-0

In the third game of CCM Invitational the Indians faced off against the Chicago Young Americans.  CYA jumped out to an early lead on a power play goal.  CYA added another in the first period for a 2-0 lead at the end of the 1st period.  The Indians had their chances but couldn’t capitalize and CYA added three more goals to solidify the win.  Dmitri Kochan played excellent in net.

The Indians next action will be at 3:50 today against the NJ Hitmen.


Indians top the Jets 3-2

The second game of the CCM Invitational saw the Indians take on the Janesville Jets.  Janesville jumped out to an early lead 15 seconds into the game.  Midway through the first period Chase Tallaire set up Cam Parrott in front of the net for the tying goal, then at the four minute mark Bren Lyons tipped a shot by Justin Moyle to go ahead by one goal for the lead at the end of the first period.  Parrott scored his second of the game midway through the third period from Hudson Troyer for a two goal lead, however the Jets got one with three minutes left to get back within one.  Alex Rairigh shut the door after that to take the 3-2 win.  The Indians will take on the Chicago Young Americans tomorrow morning at 9:10am.

Indians open the CCM Invitational with a 6-2 win

Early Friday morning the Indians hit the ice in their first game of the CCM Invitational in Chicago IL.  Early in the first period Michael Chapman opened the scoring for the Indians from Jason Kasper and Justin Moyle, less than a minute later Jeff Rahilly scored from Parker Rutledge for a two goal lead.  Tri City Spartans got one goal of their own to get back within one, but Hudson Troyer opened it up by two again on a nice pass from Chase Tallaire.  Colton Hayes added to the score late in the period from Warner Young and Spencer Samppala to send the teams to the dressing room after two with the Indians up 4-1.  In the third Tallaire added a goal of his own from Cam Parrott and Rahilly scored his second of the game from Bren Lyons for a 6-1 lead.  Tri City scored one more however the Indians prevailed winning 6-2.  Dmitri Kochan took the win in the net.

The Indians will now play the Janesville Jets at 250 this afternoon.