A Colorado kid delivered the game-winning goal to seal the first-ever Kelly Cup championship for the Colorado Eagles.
A goal in the final minute of regulation and an overtime winner have the Colorado Eagles in position to win their first-ever Kelly Cup.
The Rockies have the most wins in the National League, but there are three other local teams who are performing just as well (or better) right now.
After winning the first two stages Sunday, a gritty Martin Truex Jr. fought back from an untimely caution to post a third-place finish.
the Denver Outlaws (5-1) defeated the Boston Cannons (2-4) 19-13 on Saturday to improve to 4-0 on the road this season.
Martin Truex Jr. missed out on the pole position to Kyle Busch by a mere 11 one-thousandths-of-a-second.
Few writers covered Tiger Woods as closely during his heyday as did the former Denver Post, Los Angeles Times and Sports Illustrated reporter and columnist.
Truex is tied for most race wins, and is the sole leader in driver points, stage wins, stage points, playoff bonus points and laps led.
The Colorado Eagles are now just two wins away from claiming the franchise's first-ever Kelly Cup thanks to a pair of power play goals on Sunday night.
Finishes by Martin Truex Jr. (third) and Erik Jones (seventh) gave FRR its first double top-10 result in the same race since expanding to a two-car team.