SAULT STE. MARIE – EUP News contributor, and Voice of the Soo Eagles for Fast Hockey, Scott Nason, interviews Tyler Marble.
Tyler is a ’92 birth year goaltender Howell, Michigan. He stands 6-1 and weighs 180 pounds. Tyler has played in 16 games and has a 10-4-2 record, with three shutouts. He has a 2.27 goals against average and carries a save percentage of .941.
He will be playing college hockey at Lake Superior State University next season.
You can find the interview below.
The Soo Eagles have first-place in their sights in the NAHL’s North Division, as they make their second treck to Janseville, Wisconsin, to take on the Jets on Friday and Saturday night.
The Eagles (17-8-3) are currently two points behind the first-place Jamestown Ironmen. The Janesville Jets are coming off an impressive weekend sweep, and currently sit in 5th place, evening up their record at (12-12-5). The Eagles swept the Jets in their previous trip last month. These teams will meet four more times after this weekend, all at Pullar Stadium in March.
You can catch all the action on Fast Hockey.
The holiday season is upon us and what better way to help celebrate, than with Eagles tickets, shirts, hats and jerseys. Make sure you stop into Pullar Stadium, or visit http://www.sooeagles.net/c/buy-eagle-gear.php to purchase the Eagles fan on your Christmas list some tickets for upcoming games, or the latest merchandise from our selection. Celebrate with the Eagles, this holiday season!
The Soo Eagles players, coaches and staff continue to volunteer their time, on and off the ice, in Sault Ste. Marie.
On Monday, coaches and players participated in their weekly clinic, with youth hockey players in the area, free of charge. Players continue to make visits to Frieghter View Assisted Living and McKinley Manor to chat with local residents, and the Chippewa Animal Shelter.
Last week the boys started volunteering 3 1/2 hours at St Mary’s school along with the CC Hall on Thursday evening and stuffing Christmas cheer boxes at the Salvation Army. Next week will be setting up the toy shop and assisting with Christmas cheer at the Salvation Army.
The Eagles will be back in action next weekend, when they host the Michigan Warriors on December 21 and 22. This will be the start of a six-game holiday homestand at Pullar Stadium.