The Eagles will host the Tucson Roadrunners for the first matchup between the two teams this season. The last time the two teams met was in April of last season.
Colorado and Tucson faced off six times during the 2020-21 season. The Eagles won four out of those six games.
Tonight’s game will see the Eagles pushing for their first win against the Roadrunners this season.
On Friday, December 3rd the first 2,000 fans in attendance will receive an Ugly Sweater Beanie courtesy of Groome Transportation. This game will also feature a Colorado Sled Hockey Game during the first intermission for fans to enjoy. This game will feature some of the top sled hockey players in Colorado.
*Fans not wanting to wait in line for a giveaway can enter through the east entrance of the Budweiser Events Center to skip the giveaway lines. Giveaways are ONLY given away at the main entrance of the Budweiser Events Center.
Eagles vs Roadrunners
Budweiser Events Center - Loveland, CO
7:05 PM MST
AHLTV (Subscription required) The Summit, Sand Bar, The Boot Grill
99.9 The Point available online or with the 99.9 The Point App
@ColoradoEagles, Game Center
Forwards Alex Newhook and Jayson Megna are currently recalled to the Avalanche.
Goaltender Justus Annunen has been recalled by the Avalanche.
Forward Martin Kaut has been reassigned to the Colorado Eagles and will be available for both games this weekend.
Goaltender Pavel Francouz has been reassigned to the Colorado Eagles on a long-term injury condition assignment and will be available this weekend.
Forward Gabriel Fontaine will be returning from injury and will be available this weekend.
Click here to see tonight's game notes.
Friday’s matchup is the first matchup between the clubs this year. Colorado’s overall record against Tucson is 4-1-1-0. Tucson is currently fifth in the Pacific Division with a 7-6-1-0 record.
Dalton Smith will be playing in his 400th game on Friday night.
Forward Travis Barron now plays for the Tucson Roadrunners. He spent the last four seasons with the Colorado Eagles and won the ECHL Kelly Cup with Colorado in their final season before moving to the AHL.