Soo Indians to LSSU Lakers

April 20, 2015

Homegrown forward Ashton Calder, who played the past two seasons with the major midget Soo Indians, has made a future commitment to skate for the Lake Superior State University Lakers of the Division 1, Western Collegiate Hockey Association.

Both Indians coach Pat Carricato and Lakers coach Damon Whitten confirmed Calder’s commitment to

A 6-foot-1, 200 pound power forward, Calder had 27 goals, 30 assists, 57 points for the Indians during the 2014-2015 season.

Calder is expected to move up from the major midget Indians to junior hockey for the 2015-2016 campaign.

What you think about “Soo Indians to LSSU Lakers”

  1. Congratulations to Ashton and his family on commit to Lake State.Well earned after a great year. Good Luck !

  2. Sounds like a great pickup for the Lakers. Will be interesting to see where he plays Junior hockey next season.

  3. I’m just happy to see the Lakers recruiting local talent for once! That was a serious problem with the prior coaching administration.

    Congratulations, Ashton!

  4. And don’t forget that Calder played the first half of the ’13-14 season with the MWJHL’s Soo Firehawks!

  5. Congratulations Ashton on your recent commitment to join the Lake Superior State University Lakers of Division 1, Western Collegiate Hockey Association. This is definitely a win-win situation for Both Ashton and the Lakers!

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