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Archive for March, 2012

Eagles vs Thunder in playoffs

Eagles' Opening Playoff Round Opponent Will Be Stockton Thunder LAS VEGAS, Nev. - While the Colorado Eagles were taking on the Las Vegas Wranglers in Nevada tonight, their opening round playoff opponent was being decided in Idaho & California.  With the end of the ECHL regular season tomorrow, the Western Conference's final playoff seedings for the upcoming Kelly Cup playoffs were finally decided tonight. Despite the Stockton Thunder falling to the Idaho Steelheads, the Utah ... Full Story

Eagles lose in Las Vegas

Back & Forth Game Ends in Wranglers' Favor LAS VEGAS, Nev. - The Las Vegas Wranglers topped the Colorado Eagles, 6-4, in a game that saw three separate spurts of three unanswered goals.  Colorado built a 3-0 lead, only to see Las Vegas' potent offense tie the game.  Then after taking the lead back heading into the third period, the Eagles watched the Wranglers net another trio of tallies in the final frame. The Eagles dominated play in the first frame, out-shooting the home team ... Full Story

Most Israelis want peace

Most Israelis want peace

  Israelis and Iranians Against War Most Israelis oppose war on Iran. by Stephen Lendman Israelis aren't all like Netanyahu and Knesset extremists like him. Most want peace, not war. On March 24, Haaretz headlined, "Hundreds of Israelis march in Tel Aviv to protest war with Iran." A Ronny Edry/Michal Tamir "Israelis against a war with Iran" Facebook campaign linked anti-war Israeli and Iranian citizens. It inspired protesters after it went viral, saying: "The newspaper ... Full Story

Fascism in America

Fascism in America

  14 defining characteristics of fascism: the U.S. in 2012 By Gregory Patin , Madison Independent Examiner "When fascism comes to America, it will be wrapped in the flag and carrying the cross." --- Sinclair Lewis, It Can't Happen Here . (1935) In the spring of 2003, ex-corporate executive and political scientist Lawrence W. Britt published an essay in Free Inquiry magazine entitled "Fascism Anyone?" In his work, Britt examined the traits of the two governments that formed ... Full Story

Ulanski Leads Eagles to Win in Home Finale

Ulanski Leads Eagles to Win in Home Finale

Nice Guys Finish First: Ulanski Leads Eagles to Win in Home Finale LOVELAND, Colo. - Kevin Ulanski began the night being recognized as the ECHL's Sportsmanship Award winner for the 2011-12 season, and he ended the night as the game's first star after he helped carry the Colorado Eagles to a 3-1 win over the Ontario Reign in the team's regular season home finale. The teams skated to a scoreless opening period despite five combined power plays.  The Reign owned possession of the puck for ... Full Story

Eagles Clinch Home Ice

Eagles Clinch Home Ice

Eagles Clinch Home Ice in Opening Round With 3-0 Win Over Reign Ketlo Nets Shutout in First Pro Game, Penalty-Kill Goes Perfect 9-For-9 LOVELAND, Colo. - The Colorado Eagles defeated the Ontario Reign, 3-0, denying the Western Conference's 2nd place team important points in its attempt to catch the defending champion Alaska Aces, while at the same time securing home ice advantage in the opening round of the upcoming Kelly Cup playoffs by locking up the conference's 4th seed. Rookie ... Full Story

Berthoud Fire calls for March 2012

Berthoud Fire calls for March 2012

Berthoud Fire Protection District Incident activity for March 2012 Thursday, March 1 BFPD was called to Fifth St. for a possible chemical hazard. The crew found two 55 gallon drums filled with unknown chemicals and they advised the responsible party to contact a haz-mat mitigation company to remove the drums. BFPD and TVEMS responded to a medical call for a person who had fallen down some stairs on East Colorado Ave. The patient was transported. Friday, March 2 BFPD responded with TVEMS ... Full Story

Premier sending 3 to gymnastic regionals

By Julee Graham Three gymnasts representing Premier Gymnastics of the Rockies have qualified for the regional level competition. Level 8 gymnasts Rachel Rost and Anisha Alvarado and Level 10 gymnast Bailie Holst are Regionals bound. The level 8 USAG State Championships took place March 25. Rachel Rost and Anisha Alvarado both finished in the top 5 All-Around in the 14 year old Division, with Anisha Alvarado placing 4th and Rachel Rost placing 5th. Alvarado medaled in all four events ... Full Story

Ryan budget abandons vetrans

MSNBC Veteran spending missing from Paul Ryan's Budget (Video) Karen Finney, "There is one place where veterans , remarkably, are absent. congressman paul ryan 's new budget. in the nearly 100-page document, the word veteran does not appear even once. but without saying that word or writing that word, this budget, if enacted, would cut $11 billion from veteran spending when compared to president obama 's budget. someone who has taken this issue on is john salts, who is the chairman of ... Full Story

Eagles in 6-1 loss to Grizzlies

  Eagles Get Into Penalty Trouble in 6-1 Loss at Utah WEST VALLEY CITY, Utah. - In what could end up being an opening round playoff match-up, the Colorado Eagles fell to the Utah Grizzlies, 6-1, in a feisty affair that saw 77 penalty minutes doled out by referee Mike McBain.  Utah blew the game open by scoring five unanswered goals, three on the power play, two of which came on 5-on-3 advantages. The teams skated to a scoreless first frame, with Kyle Jones stopping 11 shots and ... Full Story

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