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CHEROKEE TRAVEL TO SOUTHGATE SATURDAY

(TAKE ON THE DETROIT FIGHTING IRISH)

Toledo OH:          The Toledo Cherokee hit the road on Saturday night when they travel to Southgate MI to take on the Detroit Fighting Irish. Face off is set for 7:00PM

Toledo currently sits in 3rd place in the Great Lakes Division with a record of 17-7-0-1 good for 35 points. The Irish play in the Midwest East Division and have a record of 9-14-0-0 for 18 points.

The Cherokee had their four game winning streak snapped on Sunday afternoon when Toledo lost to the Metro Jets by a score of 6-4.

“This is our last game before we head to the Chicago Showcase next week so we need to make sure we play a sixty minute game.” Said head coach Kenny Miller

Saturday’s game will be the Irish’s annual Teddy Bear Toss, any fan that brings a new teddy bear will receive FREE admission to the game.

Fans unable to attend the games this weekend can catch all the action by visiting www.hockeytv.com

For more information on the Cherokee please visit our website at www.cherokeehockey.com

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TOLEDO FALLS AT METRO SUNDAY AFTERNOON

(DROPPED BY A SCORE OF 6-4)

Toledo OH:         The Toledo Cherokee traveled to Fraser on Sunday to take on the Metro Jets and lost by a score of 6-4 in Toledo’s one game of the weekend.

Toledo opened the scoring midway thru the first period when Tyler Fox (Marshall MI) would take the puck from his own end and make a great individual play beating the Jets goalie on a rebound. Kieran O’Connell (Allen Park MI) had the lone assist on the goal. Metro would score three unanswered goals to make the score 3-1 after twenty minutes of play.

The Cherokee would outscore the Jets 2-1 in the second period. Matt Gilbert (Wyandotte MI) would strike with a wraparound goal to cut the lead to 3-2. Bailey Byrd (Wyandotte MI) assisted on the marker. Metro scored to make it 4-2 before Fox scored his second of the game on nifty two on one with Caleb Williams (Genoa OH).

Metro would lead 4-3 after forty minutes of play. Toledo would convert early in the third period on the power-play as Justin Maroszek (Sylvania OH) would bury a rebound goal. Assisting on the tally was Paavo Sammalisto (Virrat Finland) and Anthony Weinrich (Toledo OH).

Metro would score two goals in the second half of the third period to skate away with the victory.

Chad Simmerman (Sinking Springs PA) took the loss in goal for Toledo making forty-two saves.

“I thought our guys battled hard the whole game, after being down two after one period they continued to fight and found a way to tie it up in the third unfortunately we couldn’t get that go ahead goal and come out on top.” Said head coach Kenny Miller

Toledo (17-7-0-1) hits the road Saturday night when they travel to Southgate MI to take on the Detroit Fighting Irish. The Irish play in the Midwest East Division and currently have a record of 9-14-0-0 good for fourth place in the division.

Fans that are unable to attend the game this weekend can still catch all the action at www.hockeytv.com

For more information on the Cherokee please visit our website at www.cherokeehockey.com

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CHEROKEE TRAVEL TO FRASER SUNDAY

(TAKE ON THE METRO JETS)

Toledo OH:          The Toledo Cherokee hit the road this Sunday when they travel to Fraser MI to take on the Metro Jets. Face off is set for 12:45PM

Sunday’s contest is the lone game for the Cherokee this weekend. Toledo was idle last weekend during the Thanksgiving holiday.

The Cherokee are currently riding a four game winning streak heading into Sunday.  

“We had nice week off now it’s time to get back to work this week in practice and prepare for Sunday.” Said head coach Kenny Miller “If you want to do anything in this division you have to find a way to beat a team like Metro, they are a deep group that never quits working and we will have to do the same if we want to go in there and get a win.”

Toledo currently has a record of 17-6-0-1. The Cherokee are tied with the Pittsburgh Vengeance with 35 points for first place in the Great Lakes Conference. Metro is one point back with 34 points and a record of 17-4-0-0

Fans unable to attend the games this weekend can catch all the action by visiting www.hockeytv.com

For more information on the Cherokee please visit our website at www.cherokeehockey.com

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TOLEDO SWEEPS LANSING

(WINNERS OF FOUR IN A ROW)

Toledo OH:         The Toledo Cherokee picked a two game sweep this past weekend during a home and home series with the Lansing Wolves.

On Friday, the Cherokee skated to a 7-0 win at the Team Toledo Ice House. Tyler Fox (Marshall MI) led the way with two goals. Bryce Davis (Elmore OH), Paavo Sammalisto (Virrat Finland) and Alex Miller (Sylvania OH) each added a goal and an assist. Justin Maroszek (Sylvania OH) had three assists for the Cherokee. Mitch Dickman (Clyde OH) had two assists. Reese Boehme (Temperance MI) and Bailey Byrd (Wyandotte MI) both had a goal in the win. Caleb Williams (Genoa OH), Jake Ruehle (Sylvania OH), Jacob Ford (Wyandotte MI) and Zeth Stelmaszak (Temperance MI) each had one assist.

Chad Simmerman (Sinking Springs PA) picked up his league leading third shutout of the season making twenty-two saves for the Cherokee. Simmerman also assisted on Tyler Fox’s goal in the first period.

“We got off to a really fast start scoring in the first minute of the game, I felt like we controlled play from that point on and cruised to a good solid home win.” Said head coach Kenny Miller

Toledo would travel to Lansing on Saturday to wrap up the home and home series. The Cherokee would need over-time to get the win by a score of 4-3. Matt Gilbert (Wyandotte MI) scored two goals in the game. Byrd and Stelmaszak would each have a goal and an assist. Stelmaszak scored the game winner. Kieran O’Connell (Allen Park MI) added three assists for the Tribe. Tyler Fox also had an assist.

Simmerman got his second win of the weekend making twenty-eight saves for his 10th win of the season.

“Didn’t start Saturday like we did the night before and that got us down 2-0 early but our guys battled hard and found a way to tie the game in the third period and that was a big goal by Zeth to give us that much needed extra point in the standings.” Added Miller

The Cherokee are idle this weekend as they celebrate the Thanksgiving holiday.

Toledo’s next game will be on Sunday December 8th when they travel to Fraser to take on the Metro Jets. Puck drop is set for 12:40PM

Fans that are unable to attend the games this weekend can still catch all the action at www.hockeytv.com

For more information on the Cherokee please visit our website at www.cherokeehockey.com

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TOLEDO CHEROKEE HOME FRIDAY NIGHT

(HOST THE LANSING WOLVES THEN TRAVEL TO LANSING ON SATURDAY)

Toledo OH:         The Toledo Cherokee proud members of the USPHL Premier division of the Great Lakes Conference return action this Friday night when they play host to the Lansing Wolves at the Team Toledo Ice House. Face off is set for 7:00PM. The two teams will then wrap up the two game set on Saturday in Lansing. Puck will drop at 7:30PM

The Cherokee are coming off a weekend where they picked up a sweep over the Lake Erie Big Horns on the road.

“These are our last two games before we head into the Thanksgiving break so it’s important for us to get as many points out of this weekend as possible.” Said head coach Kenny Miller

Toledo currently sits in 3rd place with a record of 15-6-0-1 good for 31 points three back of first place Pittsburgh. Lansing is in 5th place with a record of 9-9-1-1 11 points behind the Cherokee in the standings.  

Fans that are unable to attend the games this weekend can still catch all the action at www.hockeytv.com

For more information on the Cherokee please visit our website at www.cherokeehockey.com

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TOLEDO PICKS UP WEEKEND SWEEP

(GRAB FOUR POINTS ON ROAD AT LAKE ERIE)

Toledo OH:         The Toledo Cherokee picked a two game sweep this past weekend in Erie PA as they defeated the Lake Erie Bighorns on Saturday by a score of 5-4 and 4-3 on Sunday.

Toledo opened up the two game set with a 5-4 victory on Saturday night. Matt Gilbert (Wyandotte MI), Reese Boehme (Temperance MI), Zeth Stelmaszak (Temperance MI), Caleb Williams (Genoa OH) and Ben Mitchell (Toledo OH) all scored for the Cherokee. Kieran O’Connell (Allen Park MI), Tyler Fredrick (Sylvania OH), Devon Dohanos (Sylvania OH), Bryce Davis (Elmore OH), Bailey Byrd (Wyandotte MI), Justin Maroszek (Sylvania OH), Paavo Sammalisto (Virrat Finland) and Gilbert each had one assist.

Chad Simmerman (Sinking Springs PA) made sixteen saves for his eighth win of the season. Simmerman also earned an assist on the Boehme goal in the second period.

“I thought we had a good start and let it get away from us a bit in the 3rd but we battled and found a way to win.” Said head coach Kenny Miller

On Sunday the Cherokee would skate away with a 4-3 win to wrap up the two game set. Tyler Fox (Marshall MI) netted two goals. Anthony Weinrich (Toledo  OH), Mitchell and Sammalisto each had one goal in the win. Mitchell also added two assists, Fox, O’Connell, Williams and Sammalisto all had one assist.

Mason Snyder (Sylvania OH) made the start in goal for Toledo making five saves on five shots before leaving the game due to an injury, first year goaltender Kyler Bayes (Fort Wayne IN) came in as relief and made eighteen saves to earn his first junior victory in goal for Toledo.

“We had much better jump on Sunday and when Mason went down I thought the guys rallied around Gibby and played real strong in our own end and with him making some timely saves we were able to get the sweep.” Added Miller

The Cherokee return to action this weekend when they host the Lansing Wolves on Friday night at the team Toledo Ice House. Face off is set for 7:00PM. The two teams will then travel to Lansing on Saturday to wrap up the two game set. Face off on Saturday is at 7:30PM

Fans that are unable to attend the games this weekend can still catch all the action at www.hockeytv.com

For more information on the Cherokee please visit our website at www.cherokeehockey.com

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TOLEDO CHEROKEE HIT THE ROAD THIS WEEK

(THREE GAMES IN FIVE DAYS)

Toledo OH:         The Toledo Cherokee will play three games over the course of five days all away from the Team Toledo Ice House.

The Cherokee travel to Fraser MI on Wednesday night to take on the Metro Jets in a rare week night game in the USPHL Great Lakes division. Face off is set for 6:45PM

Toledo will then travel to Erie PA this weekend when they play a two game set against the Lake Erie Bighorns on Saturday night and Sunday afternoon. Saturday’s game will start at 7:00PM. The two teams will finish up the two game set on Sunday with a 1:00PM faceoff.

“This is a big week for us as six points are on the line, we will have to be at our best in order to win against the opponents we play this week.” Said head coach Kenny Miller

Toledo currently has a record of 13-5-0-1 good for 27 points while the Jets are currently in 2nd place in the division with a record of 14-4-0-0 for a total of 28 points. The Lake Erie Bighorns are sitting in fourth place behind the Cherokee with a record of 9-6-1-1 for 20 points.

****The Toledo Cherokee would like to thank everyone that attended the reverse raffle on Saturday. The raffle was a huge success and we couldn’t of done it without our players their families and our volunteers that help make our event each year great. THANK YOU*******

Fans that are unable to attend the games this weekend can still catch all the action at www.hockeytv.com

For more information on the Cherokee please visit our website at www.cherokeehockey.com

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TOLEDO CHEROKEE HOME FRIDAY NIGHT

(HOST THE METRO JETS)

Toledo OH:         The Toledo Cherokee proud members of the USPHL Premier division of the Great Lakes Conference return action this Friday night when they play host to the Metro Jets at the Team Toledo Ice House. Face off is set for 7:00PM

The Cherokee are coming off a weekend where they picked up three out of a possible four points against the Columbus Mavericks and the Lansing Wolves. Metro traveled to Pittsburgh last weekend and earned a split in the two game set.

“This game will be big for our group, last time we played them they took it to us in there rink and gave us a real reality check.” Said head coach Kenny Miller

Toledo (13-4-0-1) currently sits in 2nd place in the Great Lakes Conference one point ahead of Metro (13-4-0-0) and two points behind first place Pittsburgh.

“We need to continue to get better every day because in this division if you’re not finding ways to win you will drop quickly in the standings.” Added Miller

***NOTES***The Toledo Cherokee will hold their annual reverse raffle on this Saturday night at the Toledo Speedway Banquet Hall tickets are only $50.00 and can purchased by contacting Kenny Miller at kmiller@macombgroup.com or Carey Manders at cmanders2@bex.net

Fans that are unable to attend the games this weekend can still catch all the action at www.hockeytv.com

For more information on the Cherokee please visit our website at www.cherokeehockey.com

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CHEROKEE PICK UP THREE POINTS ON WEEKEND

(RETURN HOME FRIDAY NIGHT TO PLAY METRO)

Toledo OH:          The Toledo Cherokee picked up three out of a possible four points over the weekend with a 7-1 win at Columbus on Friday before dropping a 4-3 shootout loss on Saturday in Lansing.

In the first game of the weekend Toledo would score seven goals in the final two periods in Columbus to drop the Mavericks 7-1. Bailey Byrd (Wyandotte MI) recorded a hat trick for the Cherokee. Nate Brown (Sheffield Lake OH) scored his first junior goal. Ben Mitchell (Toledo OH), Paavo Sammalisto (Virrat Finland) and Reese Boehme (Temperance MI) each scored once. Matt Gilbert (Wyandotte MI) and Sammalisto both had two assists for Toledo. Zeth Stelmaszak (Temperance MI), Justin Maroszek (Sylvania OH), Anthony Weinrich (Toledo OH), Jake Ruehle (Sylvania OH), Alex Miller (Sylvania OH), Kieran O’Connell (Allen Park MI), Brown and Byrd each had one assist for the Tribe.

Mason Snyder (Sylvania OH) made thirty-three saves on thirty-four shots to earn his sixth win of the year.

“I thought we really turned it on in the second period and were able to get a few past their goalie and that carried us into the third and eventually to the win.” Said head coach Kenny Miller

On Saturday the Cherokee would travel to Lansing to take on the Wolves and fall by a score of 4-3 in a shootout. Byrd and Mitchell would each score power-play goals for the Cherokee in the game. Caleb Williams (Genoa OH) also found the back of the net for Toledo. Weinrich chipped in two assists. Stelmaszak, Gilbert and Maroszek all had one assist.

Chad Simmerman (Sinking Springs PA) made thirty-two saves for the Cherokee in the loss.

“I felt like we outplayed them and just couldn’t find a way to score in the OT, for most of the game we were the better team but we ran into a hot goalie and when that happens its tough to win. All in all it was a good weekend for our guys to get three out of four points.” Added Miller

The Cherokee return home this Friday when they play host to the Metro Jets. Face off is set for 7:00PM

***NOTES***The Toledo Cherokee will hold their annual reverse raffle on Saturday November 9th at the Toledo Speedway Banquet Hall tickets are only $50.00 and can purchased by contacting Kenny Miller at kmiller@macombgroup.com or Carey Manders at cmanders2@bex.net

Fans unable to attend the games this weekend can catch all the action by visiting www.hockeytv.com

For more information on the Cherokee please visit our website at www.cherokeehockey.com

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TOLEDO CHEROKEE ANNOUNCE REVERSE RAFFLE DATE

(SATURDAY NOVEMBER 9th at 6:00PM)

Toledo OH:          The Toledo Cherokee proud members of the USPHL Premier Division of the Great Lakes Conference are proud to announce the date for the team’s annual Reverse Raffle.

The event will be held on Saturday November 9th at the Toledo Speedway Banquet Hall. Doors will open at 6:00PM with dinner served at 6:30PM. The first ball will be pulled at 7:00PM

Tickets are $50.00 per person and includes entry in raffle, dinner catered by Tony Packo’s, beer and non-alcoholic beverages. A cash bar will also be available for mixed drinks.

Ticket sales are limited to 200.

Grand prize will be $1,500.00 second place will receive $300.00 and third place will go home with $200.00

There will also be many other opportunities to win great prizes including a silent auction, 50/50 raffles, raffle baskets and card games as well as a big six wheel.

“Our staff does a great job putting this together with the help of the parents from the team and our long list of our volunteers. It is our biggest fundraiser of the year so we put a lot of time in effort into this event to make sure everyone has a great time.” Said head coach Kenny Miller

For more information or tickets please contact Kenny Miller at kmiller@macombgroup.com or Carey Manders at cmanders2@bex.net

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