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Utah Grizzlies: Despite marathon 3OT loss, Grizzlies remain confident vs. Colorado

Since the ECHL was founded in 1988, its teams have played thousands of games. Only 15 lasted longer than Colorado's 5-4 win over Utah on Sunday night. In Game 2 of their first-round playoff series, the Eagles and Grizzlies battled into triple overtime before Colorado's Darryl Bootland finally scored. It was the second longest game in Grizzlies franchise history. His goal at 2:31...
Via Jazz Notes
August 03, 2017

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 of Friday night’s ECHL Western Conference Finals Game 1 to take a 1-0 series lead on the Colorado Eagles. Forwards Darryl Bootland and Alex Belzile each scored for Colorado in the loss. Bootland opened scoring late in the first period, but Toledo would summon an equalizer...
Via Mile High Sports
May 13, 2017

Eagles Review: Eagles Top Steelheads 5-4

In the first game of the three game series against the Idaho Steelheads, the Eagles would ultimately walk away with the victory after topping the Eagles 5-4. The Eagles would rely on a hot start in the first period where they would score three goals coming off the sticks of Darryl Bootland, Matt Register, and Josh Nicholls. The second period would see more of the same, as...
Via Mile High Hockey
December 08, 2016

The Journey of Darryl Bootland: A meandering path leads a hockey lifer to Loveland

Although most professional athletes encounter twists and turns along their path to the top, few can describe their careers as a journey. Yet, for Colorado Eagles right wing Darryl Bootland, no other word seems fitting. The term “journeyman” is all-too-frequently thrown around when describing well-traveled players, but few can stamp their names across so many rosters as Bootland....
Via Mile High Sports
October 23, 2015  |  Discuss

Allen repeats as champs, eliminate Cutthroats

ALLEN, Texas – In front of a home crowd of 6,125, the Allen Americans lifted the Ray Miron President’s Cup for the second-straight season, defeating the Denver Cutthroats in five games with Saturday night’s 5-2 victory. Facing elimination, the Cutthroats took an early lead with Kyle Fletcher’s goal at the 10:39 mark of the first period, giving Denver a 1-0 lead in the first intermission...
Via Mile High Sports
May 11, 2014  |  Discuss

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