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Congratulation to goaltender Jared Sauve on Being called up to the Soo eagles of the North American hockey league

Jared moves up with a record of 11 wins 5 loses and tie, 2.0 Goals against and a 91% save percentage. During season with the Indians he could always be counted for the big save that would give us a chance to win any game. The Indians staff wish Jared the best of luck with this opportunity that he has earned.


Indians shoot down the falcons 3-1 to take the sweep on the weekend

Sundays game start fast for both teams with end to end action until Frankie Pucci lit the lamp at the 16:49 of the first period from Casey Gilling. The Falcons answered back in the final minute of the period to tie the game up. Cole Lussier gave the Indians the lead again at 12:28 on a power play from Pucci and Trevor Jestadt to give the Indians a 2-1 lead. In the final period the Indians put continuous pressure on Falcons goaltender but missed several golden opportunities, finally with 1:35 left in the third Lussier scored from Pucci and Gilling to close out the game and give the team a 3-1 win. Brandon Gordon took the win in net.

The Indians will face off against Lake Forest Prep Academy Friday night at 7pm and Saturday at 10 am. Both games will be played at the Taffey Abel Arena on the campus of Lake Superior State University.

Going into the weekend the Indians have a record of 26-19-1-2.


Indians drop the falcons 5-2

The Indians opened the game scoring quick and often, Trevor Temple opened the scoring at 1:01 unassisted and then again at 1:27 assisted by Landon Hubbard to jump out to a 2-0 lead. The Falcons pulled back within one about one minute later, however Cole Lussier scored at 6:23 from Frankie Pucci And Casey Gilling, then Gilling scored Pucci and TJ Zajac to finish out the period up 4-1. Ashton Calder opened the second period at 1:20 from Kyle Yates and Temple. The Detroit Falcons scored at the 2:32 mark of the second period and from that point both teams traded scoring opportunities but couldn't buy a goal. The game ended 5-2. Jared Sauve took the win in net.

Both teams will be back in action tomorrow 10am at the Pullar Stadium.


Indians get back on the ice after a weekend off

The team will get back on the ice Tuesday to prepare for the Detroit Falcons who come to town Saturday at 5pm and Sunday at 10am, both games will be played at the Pullar Stadium. This month will be a very important month as the team prepares for the State play downs at the end of the month in Lansing and a birth in the Michigan State Hockey Championship in Taylor early in March.

The Indians current record is 24 wins, 19 loses, 1 tie, and 2 shut out loses.


Indians and Michigan Hockey Academy tie 3-3

In a physical battle in the Sunday rematch at Pullar Stadium the teams played to a 3 all tie. Michigan Hockey Academy opened the scoring again and lead briefly until Cole Lussier scored from Andrew Barbeau and Seiya Hayata on a power play. Brenden MacLaren gave the Indians their first lead of the game on some nice passing from Ashton Calder and Landon Hubbard at the 8:55 mark of the second period. Frankie Pucci open the lead two minutes later on power play goal assisted by Lussier and Casey Gilling, however Michigan pulled within one later in the period and the teams went to the dressing room with the Indians up 3-2. In the third the Michigan Hockey academy tied the game at the 2:52 mark of the period and after that neither team could get the winning goal. Brandon Gordon took the tie in net for the Indians.

The Indians will be off this upcoming weekend and return to action on February 8 and 9 when they take on the Detriot Falcons at 5pm and 10am at the Pullar Stadium.