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CHEROKEE HOST JETS FRIDAY NIGHT

(TRIBE WEARING SPECIAL CHRISTMAS JERSEYS)

Toledo OH:         The Toledo Cherokee proud members of the USPHL Premier division of the Great Lakes Conference return home Friday evening to take on the Metro Jets at the Team Toledo Ice House. Faceoff is at for 7:00PM

Toledo will travel to Metro on Saturday afternoon to wrap up the home and home series. Puck will drop at 4:45PM at Mount Clemens Arena.

The Tribe are coming off a three point weekend against Columbus, on Friday Toledo skated to a 5-0 victory behind a 2nd straight shutout for goaltender Joey Cormier (Brownstown MI). Forward Jacob Slater (Pewaukee WI) led the way offensively with two goals. On Saturday Toledo traveled to Columbus and fell by a score of 4-3 in OT.

Metro picked up a two game sweep over the Lake Erie Bighorns winning 8-1 on Saturday and 10-3 on Sunday.

“This is a big weekend for our group, we didn’t like how we played on Saturday night so it is important for us have a good week of practice and prepare our guys for a tough weekend of hockey. The last two or three seasons whenever Toledo and Metro play everyone knows it is going to be a tough hard fought game and I expect that again this weekend.” Said head coach Kenny Miller  

The Cherokee players will be wearing special event Christmas jerseys and the coaching staff will be wearing ugly Christmas sweaters during the game. Fans are encouraged to wear holiday attire for the game.  

The Dan K show will be in attendance for both games this weekend, the pre-game show will begin at 6:30PM inside the lobby of the Ice House. Dan Kmiechick and Lucas Jones will be on the HockeyTV call with Cherokee Broadcaster Zeke Fravor inside the “Mik Gonzales” press box.

**NOTES** On Friday evening the Cherokee organization will draw the winner of the Yeti Raffle cooler during the 2nd intermission out on ice, fans can purchase tickets any time prior to the end of the second period Friday inside the lobby at the Ice House.

Any GTAHA player wearing his or her Cherokee jersey will be admitted for FREE to the game.

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 HOME FRIDAY NIGHT VS. COLUMBUS

(TRAVEL TO STATE CAPTIAL SATURDAY)

Toledo OH:         The Toledo Cherokee proud members of the USPHL Premier division of the Great Lakes Conference return home Friday evening when they play host to the Columbus Mavericks at the Team Toledo Ice House. Face is set for 7:00PM

Toledo (17-2-0) will travel to Columbus (15-7-0) on Saturday to finish up the home and home series. The puck will drop at 6:30PM inside the Chiller North Arena in Lewis Center Ohio. The Cherokee currently sit in 2nd place in the Great Lakes division with 34 points. Columbus is holding down the 3rd spot with 30 points. Toledo has three games in hand on the Mavericks.

Both teams were idle last weekend as they celebrated the Thanksgiving holiday.

“This is a big weekend for our group, Columbus is playing good hockey right now so we will have to be on our game in order to have success this weekend.” Said Head Coach Kenny Miller

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 HOME FRIDAY VS. FORT WAYNE SPACEMEN

(HEAD TO FORT WAYNE SUNDAY)

Toledo OH:          The Toledo Cherokee (15-2-0 30 points) proud members of the USPHL Great Lakes division will host the Fort Wayne Spacemen (8-5-1 17 points) on Friday night at the Team Toledo Ice House. Face off is set for 7:00PM

Toledo will then travel to Fort Wayne on Sunday to wrap up the home and home series. The puck will drop at 5:30PM

“This is another big weekend for our group it is always fun to play out of division games and the Spacemen have always played us tough since they joined the league, I expect this weekend’s games to be no different.” Said head coach Kenny Miller

The Cherokee are coming off a two game sweep of the Lake Erie Bighorns, the Cherokee took game one of the series by a score of 14-2 and beat the Bighorns 12-2 on Saturday night at the Ice House.

Goaltender Joey Cormier (Brownstown MI) earned his 10th win of the season for Toledo. Vincent Servizzi (St. Louis MO) scored five goals in the win on Saturday. 20 year old Bailey Byrd (Wyandotte MI) leads the Cherokee is points with nineteen goals and fifteen assists for a total of thirty-four points in only sixteen games.

Fans unable to attend the games 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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CHEROKEE HOME FRIDAY AND SATURDAY NIGHT

(HOST THE LAKE ERIE BIGHORNS)

Toledo OH:         The Toledo Cherokee (13-2-0-0 26 points) proud members of the USPHL Premier division of the Great Lakes Conference return home for two games this weekend when they play host to the Lake Erie Bighorns (4-8-2-0 10 points) on Friday and Saturday night at the Team Toledo Ice House.

Face of is set for 7:00PM both nights.

The Cherokee are coming off a two game sweep of the Wooster Oilers. Toledo defeated the Oilers Friday at home by a score of 9-1 and traveled to Wooster on Saturday and also won by a score of 9-1.

Sam Shifflett (Wyandotte M) picked up his first junior win in goal on Saturday night making 14 saves. Mike Price (Cleveland HTS OH) and Bryce O’Rourke (Royal Oak MI) scored their first goals as members of the Cherokee.

“It was a good weekend for our group picking up four more points, we will move on from last week and get ready for Lake Erie this week at practice.” Said head coach Kenny Miller

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 HOME FRIDAY VS. WOOSTER OILERS

(HEAD TO WOOSTER SATURDAY)

Toledo OH:          The Toledo Cherokee (11-2-0 22 points) proud members of the USPHL Great Lakes division will host the Wooster Oilers (1-10-1 3 points) on Friday night at the Team Toledo Ice House. Face off is set for 7:00PM

Toledo will then travel to Wooster on Saturday evening to wrap up the home and home series. The puck will drop at 6:30PM from Alice Noble Ice Arena.

“November is a busy month for us, we play six games before taking a week off for Thanksgiving so we need to make sure we get as many points as possible before the break.” Said head coach Kenny Miller

The Cherokee are coming off a three game weekend sweep and have won seven in a row as they downed the Cincinnati Cyclones on Friday night at the Ice House by a score of 4-1 before heading to Pittsburgh to take on the Vengeance where they won Saturday night 6-1 and Sunday afternoon 5-2.

“Another good weekend for our guys as we were able to get all six points, proud of the guys effort as they continue to get wins early in the season.” Added Miller

Fans unable to attend the games 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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CHEROKEE HOME FRIDAY VS. CINCINNATI

(HEAD TO PITTSBURGH SATURDAY AND SUNDAY)

Toledo OH:          The Toledo Cherokee (8-2-0 16 points) proud members of the USPHL Great Lakes division will host the Cincinnati Jr. Cyclones (8-7-0 16 points) on Friday night at the Team Toledo Ice House. Face off is set for 7:00PM

Toledo will then travel to the Steel City on Saturday to take on the Pittsburgh Vengeance (6-3-1 13 points) Saturday and Sunday for a two game set. The puck will drop at 6:30PM on Saturday and 11:40AM on Sunday.

“This is another big weekend for our group after playing four games last weekend we got another three this weekend so we will need to make sure the guys are rested but also prepared and ready to go for a tough weekend ahead of us.” Said head coach Kenny Miller

The Cherokee are coming off a four game sweep at the Detroit Showcase where they defeated the Detroit Fighting Irish 3-2, Decatur Blaze 11-2, Midwest Blackbirds 2-1 and the Chicago Cougars 3-1.

“Last weekend was a good weekend for our guys, to be able to win four games in three days and pick up eight points was a good thing for our group.” Added Miller

Goaltender Joey Cormier (Brownstown MI) went 3-0 on the weekend to improve his record to 6-1 on the year.  Forward Bailey Byrd (Wyandotte MI) leads the Cherokee with sixteen points in ten games.

Fans unable to attend the games 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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CHEROKEE TO WEAR SPECIAL CHRISTMAS JERSEYS

(ON FRIDAY DECEMBER 10TH VS. THE METRO JETS)

Toledo OH:         The Toledo Cherokee proud members of the USPHL Premier division of the Great Lakes Conference announced today that they will wear special event Christmas style jerseys on Friday December 10th when they play host to the Metro Jets at the Team Toledo Ice House.

Face off will be at the normal 7:00PM start time.

The Cherokee also announced that they will have an ugly Christmas sweater contest for all fans in attendance and the winner will be announced during the 2nd intermission.

The Christmas jerseys were designed by Wingman Sports the official jersey supplier of the Toledo Cherokee.

“We worked with our partners at Wingman and they came up with this great design for our jerseys, our organization is very excited to wear these special event jerseys that we feel will be a big hit with our fans.” Said head coach Kenny Miller “I know some of the players that have seen the jerseys are real excited to wear them.”

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

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CHEROKEE HEAD TO DETROIT SHOWCASE

(FOUR GAMES IN THREE DAYS)

Toledo OH:         The Toledo Cherokee proud members of the USPHL Premier division of the Great Lakes Conference head to Mount Clemens MI this weekend to play in the Detroit Showcase. The Cherokee will play four games in three days against members of the Midwest East division of the USPHL.

Toledo will open the schedule on Friday morning at 11:30AM when they face the Detroit Fighting Irish (2-1-0 4 points). The Cherokee will then play the Decatur Blaze (1-4-0 2 points) Friday evening at 5:00PM.

On Saturday the Cherokee will play the Midwest Blackbirds (1-4-0 2 points) the puck will drop at 11:30AM. Toledo will wrap up the showcase schedule on Sunday afternoon when they take on the Chicago Cougars (5-0-2 12 points).

“This is a big weekend for our guys, this a great chance for them to play in front of some scouts and show the college’s what they can do on the ice. As a group we need to get back on track after dropping our last two games. I know our guys will be ready to play and bounce back.” Said head coach Kenny Miller

The Cherokee were idle last weekend and did not play. Toledo currently has a record of 4-2-0 for 8 points in the Great Lakes 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

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CHEROKEE HOME WEDNESDAY NIGHT

(AGAINST METRO JETS)

Toledo OH:         The Toledo Cherokee proud members of the USPHL Premier division of the Great Lakes Conference return home Wednesday evening to take on the Metro Jets at the team Toledo Ice House. Faceoff is at for 7:30PM

The Cherokee are coming off a weekend where they went 1-1 as the defeated the Cincinnati Jr. Cyclones on Friday by a score of 8-3. Toledo traveled to Mount Clemens Saturday night and lost 5-2 to the Jets.

“We were able to get a split on the road, but we were not happy with the way we played in either game, our group has to realize if we continue to take penalties like we did last weekend we will have trouble winning games.” Said head coach Kenny Miller “This Wednesday is a big game for our group, this is our only game in 12 days before we head to the Detroit showcase later this month.”

Any GTAHA player wearing his or her Cherokee jersey will be admitted for FREE.

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 IN CINCINNATI FRIDAY, METRO SATURDAY

(ANOTHER TWO ROAD GAMES THIS WEEKEND) 

Toledo OH:          The Toledo Cherokee proud members of the USPHL Premier Division of the Great Lakes Conference hit the road for two more games this weekend.

Toledo will start the two game weekend on Friday night against the Cincinnati Jr. Cyclones. Face off is set for 7:00PM inside the Heritage Bank Center. Toledo will then head to Mount Clemens MI to take on the Metro Jets Saturday night. The puck will drop at 7:30PM.

“This is another big weekend for our guys we had a couple of good wins last weekend now it is time to turn our attention to this week and make sure we are ready to play, it is always tough playing back to back road games in different cities so we will need to make sure our guys are ready to go.” Said head coach Kenny Miller

The Cherokee picked up two wins last weekend as they defeated the Wooster Oilers Friday night in Wooster by a score of 9-1 and the Cincinnati Jr. Cyclones on Sunday 5-1.

Andrew Quarles (San Jose CA) earned his first junior win in goal for the Cherokee. Bailey Byrd (Wyandotte MI) and Lucas Rumberger (Pinckney MI) each had two goals while Brandon Clark (Wyandotte MI), Jacob Slater (Pewaukee WI), Vincent Servizzi (St. Louis MO), Nick Millhorn (Brownstown MI) and Kieran Carlile (Hartland MI) each scored one goal in the victory.

On Sunday Byrd (2), Slater, Servizzi and Millhorn all scored in the win for the Cherokee. Joey Cormier (Brownstown MI) picked up his second win of the season in goal for the Tribe.

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 TO HOST CORNHOLE TOURNAMENT

(FUNDRAISER WILL BE HELD AT THE TEAM TOLEDO ICE HOUSE)

Toledo Ohio:  The Toledo Cherokee proud members of the USPHL Premier division in the Great Lakes conference announced today the team is hosting a Cornhole tournament in October at the Team Toledo Ice House.

The event will be held on Saturday October 16th at 1:00PM in the parking lot of the Team Toledo Ice House. The entry fee will be $70.00 per team, the tournament will be a double elimination event.

Cash prizes will be awarded to teams that finish 1st and 2nd in the tournament. 1st place will receive $300.00 while 2nd place will get $200.00

“This is a fun fundraiser we came up to have during an off week in the regular season, we are hoping people will come out and play have a great time and help raise a little money for the team.” Said head coach Kenny Miller

The Ice Bar will be open during the event, the Cherokee staff will be grilling hamburgers and hot dogs for a donation outside as well.

When:    Saturday October 16, 2021

Time       1:00PM

Where:   Team Toledo Ice House

The team will have 50/50 raffles, basket raffles and other items at the event.

To reserve your spot please contact Kenny Miller at 906-458-2897 or kmiller@macombgroup.com to make a payment for your spot please use the Cherokee Venmo account at @CareyManders

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

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CHEROKEE TRAVEL TO WOOSTER ON FRIDAY THEN TO CINCINNATI ON SUNDAY

(TWO ROAD GAMES THIS WEEKEND)

Toledo OH:          The Toledo Cherokee proud members of the USPHL Premier Division of the Great Lakes Conference return to action this weekend when they travel to Wooster on Friday night to play the Oilers and then to the Queen City on Sunday when they take on Cincinnati.

Toledo will start the two game weekend on Friday night against the Wooster Oilers. Face off is set for 7:45PM inside Alice Noble Arena. After an off day on Saturday the Cherokee will go on the road Sunday afternoon and take on the Cincinnati Jr. Cyclones at U.S Bank Arena at 2:00PM.

“This is a big weekend for our group, we will be going on the road for the first time as a team so it will be important for us to bring our “A” game both days.” Said head coach Kenny Miller

The Cherokee are coming off a 4-1 win on Saturday night at home in the opener of the USPHL regular season. Goaltender Joey Cormier (Brownstown MI) made 19 saves to earn his first win of the year. Bailey Byrd (Wyandotte MI), Kieran Carlile (Hartland MI), Nicklas Millhorn (Brownstown MI) and Bryce Davis (Elmore OH) all scored in the win for the Cherokee.

“As a staff we were happy to win that first win under our belt, I feel like we have some things to work on which is understandable early in the season but to get a win on GTAHA day was huge for our group.” Added Miller

The Toledo Cherokee youth programs went a perfect 9-0 on the annual GTAHA day event.

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 OPEN THE REGULAR SEASON TOMORROW NIGHT

(PLAY HOST TO THE COLUMBUS MAVERICKS DURING GTAHA DAY)

Toledo OH:         The Toledo Cherokee proud members of the USPHL Premier division of the Great Lakes Conference begin their 28th season tomorrow night when they host the Columbus Mavericks at the Team Toledo Ice House.

Face off is set for 8:00PM. The game will be in conjunction with GTAHA day at the Ice House as all the Cherokee youth teams will play throughout the day leading up to the junior game. 

The players and coaching staff have been hard at work the last two weeks in training camp and are excited to start the regular season.

“Our guys have been working hard during training camp and are ready for the challenge of the regular season; it is a long season so as a coaching staff we need to make sure we prepare our guys for everything this division is going to throw at us.” Said head coach Kenny Miller

Toledo looks to make an improvement on last season’s results as they fell one game short of the semifinals at the USPHL National tournament.

The Cherokee welcome back from last year’s roster Bryce Davis, Bailey Byrd, Zeth Stelmaszak, Evan Taylor, Jarrett Henson, David Crandall, Luke Metropoulos, Lucas Rumberger, Greg Obrycki, Brandon Clark, Aiden Surovic, Jimmy Roberts, Dominik McNamara and Joey Cormier.

First year players for the Cherokee this season include Hunter Hatcher, Ryan Stanley, Jacob Slater, Mike Price, William Cornelius, Andrew Quarles, Sam Shifflett, Ian Bennett, Vincent Servizzi, Caleb Kneiding, Nicklas Millhorn and Kieran Carlile.

Ticket prices for all Cherokee home games are $8.00 for adults and $5.00 for seniors and students. 

Fans unable to attend the game can catch all the action at www.hockeytv.com. Director of Broadcasting Zeke Fravor will be calling all the action on Saturday night from the “Mik Gonzales Press Box” at the Ice House.

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

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TOLEDO CHEROKEE ANNOUNCE SEASON TICKET PLANS

(DISCOUNTED PRICES ON ADULTS, SENIORS AND STUDENT TICKETS)

The Toledo Cherokee proud members of the USPHL Premier division in the Great Lakes conference have announced today you can purchase season passes for the upcoming 2021-2022 season.

This is your chance to experience all of the Toledo Cherokee action during the 2021-22 USPHL season at Team Toledo Ice House with a season ticket plan.

See details below:

Adults can purchase a season pass to all 16 homes games for $96.00, Seniors and Students can grab a season pass for only $65.00.

Benefits of being a season pass holder include discounted price off game day tickets and no waiting in line as you enter the Team Toledo Ice House.

Season passes are only good for regular season home games.

For more information please contact Carey Manders at cmanders2@bex.net.

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CHEROKEE UNVEIL JERSEY DESIGN FOR 2021-22 SEASON

(TRIBE ADD 3RD JERSEY FOR THIS SEASON)

Toledo Ohio:      The Toledo Cherokee proud members of the USPHL Premier (Great Lakes Conference) are excited to announce the team will wear newly designed jerseys for the upcoming season.

The Cherokee will stick with the traditional white home and red away jerseys but the team has added a black jersey for this season that they will wear on special occasions throughout the season.

“We are excited to show off our new designed jerseys to all of our fans this upcoming season, our great sponsor ETruckBiz will again be on the back of the jerseys when we open the season in September.” Said head coach Kenny Miller

Wingman Sports Corporation designed and will supply the jerseys for the Cherokee.  Wingman Sports is based out of Newmarket Ontario.

“Wingman was great to work with Jason Clarke did everything to meet our needs and we are extremely happy with how the jerseys turned out.” Added Miller

The Cherokee begin play in September, please visit our website for more information at www.cherokeehockey.com

The Toledo Cherokee finished the 2020-2021 season with a record of 37-10-1 overall and went 2-1 at the USPHL Nationals in Virginia Beach VA.

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Toledo Cherokee replica jerseys available for purchase. Cost for a jersey is 75.00. For more information please contact Kenny Miller at kmiller@macombgroup.com  


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