One of the most dominant teams over the past 14 seasons has been in a rough spot of late, but now is no time to worry for the Eagles.
The Colorado Eagles have a comfortable lead in the ECHL's Mountain Division and two of the veterans playing under ECHL contracts with the franchise -- and not the parent Avalanche -- are veteran brothers from the Denver area who decided to reunite in Loveland this season.
Following five years in the QMJHL, Ratelle has quickly shown his style of play matches that of his first professional team.
After winning a national championship as a member of the Pioneers, Romig begins his professional hockey career with the Colorado Eagles
Halfway through their final season as a member of the ECHL, the Eagles are exactly where they want to be -- leading the league.
Currently leading the ECHL in points, Joly is a large reason for the Eagles' success.
Fresh out of college, the 2013 Avalanche draft pick begins his professional career with the 2017 Kelly Cup Champions.
The San Antonio Rampage will remain Colorado’s AHL affiliate for the upcoming 2017-18 campaign.
The Colorado Eagles were entrenched as a success story long before they hoisted the ECHL’s Kelly Cup last spring.