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.
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.
Colorado scored a goal with 2.5 seconds remaining in regulation to tie the opening game of the Kelly Cup Finals against the South Carolina Stingrays.
This is the first time since joining the ECHL in 20122-12 that Colorado has even won a playoff series; now they will play for the league title.
It took six frames to decide a winner in Friday night's ECHL Western Conference Finals, but the Colorado Eagles emerged with a 5-4 victory in overtime.
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.
The Toledo Walleye scored a pair of goals just 43 seconds apart less than two minutes into the second period Friday night.
The reigning ECHL Defenseman of the Year provided the last little bit of offense the Colorado Eagles needed on Tuesday night.