Eagles Try To Keep Momentum After Game 3 Win

Eagles Try To Keep Momentum After Game 3 Win

May 29, 2022

The Colorado Eagles will try to keep the momentum from game 3 win against the Stockton Heat in game four of the Pacific Division Finals at the Budweiser Events Center tonight at 7:05 pm MST.


Colorado would cut Stockton’s 2-1 series lead and force a Game Four after forward Jean-Luc Foudy netted the game-winning goal 10:07 into overtime defeating the Heat, 6-5 in Game Three on Friday. Forward Dylan Sikura notched two goals and an assist in the win, while defenseman Jordan Gross collected four assists on the night. Goaltender Justus Annunen earned his sixth victory of the postseason, making 37 saves on 42 shots.


Eagles vs Heat

Budweiser Events Center - Loveland, CO


Game Time

7:05 PM MST


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Roster Report

The Colorado Avalanche recently reassigned goaltender, Hunter Miska, to the Eagles.


The Colorado Avalanche recently assigned forward, Oskar Olausson, to the Eagles.


The Calgary Flames have recently reassigned defensemen, Juuso Valimaki, Connor Mackey, Adam Werner, and Center, Adam Ruzicka to the Heat.


The Heat have recently added centers, Rory Kerins and Ilya Nikolaev, and defenseman, Rhett Rhinehart.


Game Notes

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By the Numbers

The Colorado Eagles have a 39-22-4-3 record for the regular season and a playoff record of 6-2-0-0, sitting as the 3rd seed in the Pacific Division. The Eagles finished the regular season with a 3-3-2-0 record against the Heat. 


Stockton finished the regular season with a 45-16-5-2 record and are currently the 1st seed in the Pacific Division. The Heat currently have a playoff record of 5-1-0-0.

Colorado - Stockton Connections

Former Colorado Eagles goaltender Adam Wener now plays for the Stockton Heat.

Rob Hamilton played three seasons with the Heat before coming to Colorado.

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