No upcoming games scheduled at this time
WINDSOR, CO. – Eagles forward Grayson Downing netted a pair of goals while fellow forward Michael Joly notched a goal and an assist, but it was not enough as Colorado lost to the San Jose Barracuda, 5-3 in their preseason opener on Friday. Eagles goaltender Spencer Martin stopped 37 of the 41 shots he faced in the loss, while Barracuda goalie Josef Korenar collected the win with 24 saves on 27 shots.
PP: COL 0/6 | 0/3 ONT
PIM: COL 30 | 36 ONT
SOG: COL 47 | 22 ONT
Pavel Francouz earns 24 save shutout for his 3rd shutout of the season. Dominic Toninato gets the game winning goal off a deflected shot from David Warsofsky for his 10th goal of the season.
SOG: COL 28 | 24 SD
PP: COL 0/1 | 0/4 SD
PIM: COL 10 | 4 SD
CHICAGO, IL. – Chicago Wolves forward Gage Quinney took advantage of an Eagles turnover with just over a minute to play in regulation to bury the game-winner and propel Chicago to a 3-2 victory over Colorado on Saturday. Eagles forwards A.J. Greer and Logan O’Connor each netted a goal in the loss.
Colorado jumped on top early when forward Greer powered a puck past Wolves goalie Oscar Dansk during a goal-mouth scramble to give the Eagles a 1-0 edge just 4:58 into the contest.
Chicago would even things up 40 seconds later when defenseman Dylan Coghlan snagged a rebound in the slot and snapped a wrister into the back of the net to level the score at 1-1.
As time wound down in the first period, O’Connor would deflect a shot from the left-wing boards, sending the puck through the leg pads of Dansk and giving Colorado a 2-1 advantage with 3:02 remaining in the opening 20 minutes of action.
Heading into the second period Chicago would waste little time in tying things up again, as forward Keegan Kolesar followed his own shot and swept the loose puck in the crease into the back of the net to even the score at 2-2 only 53 seconds into the middle frame.
With the contest still deadlocked to begin the third period, each team would generate several quality chances. However, the lamp would not be lit until Colorado coughed up the puck at the side of the net, allowing Quinney to s
CHICAGO, IL. – Colorado Eagles goaltender Spencer Martin made 28 saves on 30 shots and shutdown three of Chicago’s four shooters in a shootout to backstop the Eagles to a 3-2 victory over the Wolves on Sunday. Eagles forward Logan O’Connor notched a goal and an assist in the win, while fellow forward Andrew Agozzino posted a pair of assists. The win gives Colorado two more points in the standings with only two games remaining in the regular season.
Colorado would be first to draw blood in the contest when O’Connor grabbed a feed from behind the net off the tape of Agozzino and powered a one-timer into the back of the net. The goal was O’Connor’s 18th of the season and gave the Eagles a 1-0 edge at the 10:29 mark of the first period. Colorado would go on to outshoot Chicago 18-6 in the opening 20 minutes and would take that 1-0 advantage into the first intermission.
The Eagles would stretch their lead in the second period when defenseman Anton Lindholm fired a shot from the left point that would beat Wolves goalie Max Lagace and put Colorado on top 2-0 with 4:01 left to play in the middle frame.
An Eagles penalty would then put Chicago on the power play and the Wolves would take advantage, as forward Stefan Matteau would throw a puck through the top of the crease, deflecting it off the skates of a Colorado player and into the back of the net. The goal would cut the Eagles lead to 2-1 at th