Saturday, August 19, 2017

HIGHLIGHTS: Register registers game-winner to knot series for Eagles

The Eagles snatched home-ice advantage away from Toledo with a 4-3 road victory on Saturday night to level the best-of-seven ECHL Western Conference Finals.

Rush explode late to take West Division Finals Game One from Mammoth

If Colorado picks up a road win next week, the teams will play a 10-minute tie breaker following Game Two to determine who advances to the championship.
CREDIT: http://coloradoeagles.com/echl-news/toledo-takes-1-0-series-lead-with-4-2-win-in-game-one/

HIGHLIGHTS: Eagles drop Game 1 of ECHL Western Conference Finals

The Toledo Walleye scored a pair of goals just 43 seconds apart less than two minutes into the second period Friday night.

Truex shines in Kansas qualifying, Jones among those with tech issues

Martin Truex Jr. qualified third in Friday evening’s NASCAR Cup Series time trials at Kansas Speedway.

Raptors ready for a return to Infinity Park this weekend

The Glendale Raptors' long and winding series of road trips is over, and head coach David Williams' men remain perfect on the spring season.

Jalen Robinette attending rookie camp with the Buffalo Bills

Despite not being drafted due to to a U.S. Department of Defense policy shift, Jalen Robinette isn't giving up his dream of playing in the NFL.

John Grant Jr. has words of advice for division final-bound Mammoth

"Just play like there's no tomorrow," said the former NLL MVP Grant. "It's a two-game series, but you've got to play like this is your last opportunity."
CREDIT: http://coloradoeagles.com/echl-news/registers-late-goal-sends-eagles-to-conference-finals/

Eagles headed to first ECHL Western Conference Finals with dramatic win

The reigning ECHL Defenseman of the Year provided the last little bit of offense the Colorado Eagles needed on Tuesday night.

Retired NFL player takes in Rockies vs. Cubs (it’s not who you think)

No word as to why Steve Smith Sr. was at Coors Field taking in a Rockies game. A former Baltimore Raven, perhaps he just likes purple.

Anthony Rizzo donates $3.5 million to support children’s cancer treatment

The Anthony Rizzo Family Foundation will donate $3.5 million to create two endowed funds at Ann & Robert H. Lurie Children’s Hospital of Chicago.