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TOLEDO CHEROKEE TRAVEL TO GREAT LAKES SHOWCASE

(PLAY FOUR GAMES IN THREE DAYS)

Toledo OH:         The Toledo Cherokee proud members of the USPHL Premier division of the Great Lakes Conference will travel to Fraser MI this weekend to play in the Great Lakes Conference Showcase.

Toledo will take on the MJDP Jets (1-6-0) on Friday morning at 10:30AM and then play the Chicago Cougars (7-1-0) at 5:30PM.

The Cherokee will play the Decatur Blaze (0-0-0) on Saturday evening. Face off is set for 5:30PM.

Toledo will wrap up their showcase schedule on Sunday afternoon when they play the expansion Fort Wayne Spacemen (3-2-0) at 1:30PM

“This is going to be a great event for our division, anytime you can get your players in front of college coaches that’s always a good thing.” Said head coach Kenny Miller

The Cherokee are coming off a weekend sweep against the Lake Erie Big Horns where they held the Big Horns scoreless in the two game series.

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

#ROLLTRIBE

#SAPPSTRON

CHEROKEE PICK UP WEEKEND SWEEP

(POST BACK TO BACK SHUTOUTS)

Toledo OH:          The Toledo Cherokee completed a two game sweep over the weekend against the visiting Lake Erie Big Horns by a score of 4-0 on Friday and 2-0 on Saturday night.

On Friday the Cherokee skated to a 4-0 win, Anthony Weinrich (Toledo OH), Justin Maroszek (Sylvania OH), Paavo Sammalisto (Virrat Finland) and Reese Boehme scored for the Cherokee. Tyler Fox (Marshall MI), Caleb Williams (Genoa OH) and Alex Miller (Sylvania OH) each had two assists. Sammalisto added one assist.

Chad Simmerman (Silver Springs PA) made thirty-three saves to earn his first shutout of the year for the Cherokee.

“Our goaltending was really good this weekend both Mason and Chad played great and gave us a chance to win when we were not playing at our best this weekend.” Said head coach Kenny Miller

The Cherokee would skate to a 2-0 win on Saturday night, Williams opened the scoring for Toledo in the second period on a pretty feed from Matt Gilbert (Wyandotte MI), Bryce Davis (Elmore OH) earned the other assist on the even strength goal. Zeth Stelmaszak (Temperance MI) would redirect a puck pass the Lake Erie goaltender to give Toledo a 2-0 lead after 40 minutes. Sammalisto and Jake Ruehle (Sylvania OH) assisted in the goal.

Mason Snyder (Sylvania OH) had twenty-fours saves for his second shutout as a member of the Cherokee.

“I liked our guys effort on Saturday, I thought he controlled the play and was able to get a few pucks past their goalie and that was enough for the win.” Added Miller

The Cherokee will head to Fraser MI this weekend to play in the Great Lakes Division Showcase. Toledo will take on the MJDP Jets on Friday at 10:30AM and then the Chicago Cougars at 5:30PM. On Saturday the Cherokee will play the Decatur Blaze at 5:30PM. Toledo will wrap up the showcase on Sunday when they take on the Fort Wayne Spacemen at 1:30PM. All games will be played at Fraser Hockey Land Arena.

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

# ROLLTRIBE

#SAPPYSTRONG

TOLEDO CHEROKEE HOME FRIDAY AND SATURDAY

(HOST THE LAKE ERIE BIGHORNS)

Toledo OH:         The Toledo Cherokee proud members of the USPHL Premier division of the Great Lakes Conference return to action this Friday and Saturday night at 7:00PM when they host the Lake Erie Bighorns in a two game set at the Team Toledo Ice House.

The Cherokee are coming off a weekend split against the Pittsburgh Vengeance where Toledo dropped Friday’s game by a score of 4-1 before winning on Saturday night in a shootout 4-3.

“This weekend is important for our team we need to understand that every game in the division is going to be tough and we need to be ready to play.” Said head coach Kenny Miller

Toledo (5-1-0) currently sit tied atop the Great Lakes Division with the Metro Jets (5-2-0) both teams have 10 points on the early season. Lake Erie (3-1-1-1) is in 3rd place in the division.

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

#ROLLTRIBE

#SAPPSTRONG


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