2010–11 Colorado Eagles season

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2010–11 Colorado Eagles
2010–11 record 40-22-4
Home record 20-11-2
Road record 20-11-2
Goals for 250
Goals against 199
Team information
Coach Chris Stewart
Assistant Coach Greg Pankewicz
Captain Riley Nelson
Arena Budweiser Events Center
Average attendance 5,289
Team leaders
Goals Kevin Ulanski (35)
Assists Kevin Ulanski (61)
Points Kevin Ulanski (96)
Penalties in minutes Joe Grimaldi (171)
Plus/minus Riley Nelson (+40)
Wins Kyle Jones (29)
Goals against average Kyle Jones (2.62)

The 2010–11 Colorado Eagles season was the eighth season of the CHL franchise in Loveland, Colorado.

Regular season[edit]

Conference standings[edit]

Turner Conference GP W L OTL GF GA Pts
y-Rapid City Rush 66 40 22 4 210 200 84
x-Colorado Eagles 66 40 22 4 250 199 84
x-Bloomington PrairieThunder 66 37 22 7 188 189 81
x-Missouri Mavericks 66 37 23 6 213 173 80
x-Wichita Thunder 66 34 26 6 249 231 74
x-Fort Wayne Komets 66 31 27 8 187 204 70
x-Quad City Mallards 66 34 31 1 186 182 69
x-Dayton Gems 66 32 29 5 201 200 69
Evansville IceMen 66 21 32 13 181 242 55

x – Qualified for playoffs; y – Won division; z – Won regular season league title After games of March 27, 2011


Playoffs[edit]

Playoff Bracket[edit]

Conference Opening Round Conference Semi-Final Conference Final Ray Miron Presidents' Cup Finals
                       
1 Rapid City 3
8 Dayton 0
1 Rapid City 3
6 Fort Wayne 2
3 Bloomington 0
6 Fort Wayne 3
1 Rapid City 3
Turner Conference
2 Colorado 4
2 Colorado 3
7 Quad City 1
3 Colorado 3
4 Missouri 1
4 Missouri 3
5 Wichita 2
T2 Colorado 3
B2 Bossier-Shreveport 4
1 Allen 3
8 Rio Grande Valley 0
1 Allen 3
5 Odessa 2
4 Texas 1
5 Odessa 3
1 Allen 1
Berry Conference
2 Bossier-Shreveport 4
2 Bossier-Shreveport 3
7 Arizona 1
2 Bossier-Shreveport 3
3 Tulsa 2
3 Tulsa 3
6 Mississippi 2

Awards and records[edit]

Awards[edit]

Regular Season
Player Award Awarded
Scott May Oakley CHL Player of the Week October 25, 2010
Riley Nelson Sher-Wood CHL Player of the Month (October) November 3, 2010
Scott May CHL Oakley First Star of the Month (October) November 5, 2010
Kyle Jones[1] Sher-Wood CHL Goaltender of the Month (November) December 3, 2010
Adam Chorneyko[2] CHL All-Rookie Team March 18, 2011

Milestones[edit]

Regular Season
Player Milestone Reached

Transactions[edit]

Final roster[edit]

# Nat Player Pos S/G Age Acquired Birthplace Contract
20 Canada Beatty, JasonJason Beatty D L 34 2007 Sturgis, Saskatchewan Eagles
67 Canada Chorneyko, AdamAdam Chorneyko F L 29 2010 St. Albert, Alberta Eagles
11 Canada Glasser, MattMatt Glasser F L 30 2010 Calgary, Alberta Eagles
7 United States Grimaldi, JoeJoe Grimaldi D R 31 2010 Ronkonkoma, New York Eagles
10 Canada Haddon, SteveSteve Haddon LW L 33 2006 Sarnia, Ontario Eagles
44 Canada Hanson, MattMatt Hanson D L 34 2010 Midway, British Columbia Eagles
28 United States Hau, A.J.A.J. Hau F 31 2010 Fort Collins, Colorado Eagles
19 Canada Hogg, AdamAdam Hogg C L 34 2008 Conestogo, Ontario Eagles
29 Canada Jones, KyleKyle Jones G L 34 2010 North Delta, British Columbia Eagles
47 Canada May, ScottScott May F R 35 2010 White Rock, British Columbia Eagles
12 Canada Nelson, RileyRiley Nelson C 39 2003 Cranbrook, British Columbia Eagles
31 Canada Penner, AndrewAndrew Penner G R 34 2008 Simcoe, Ontario Eagles
55 Canada Peto, KyleKyle Peto D L 35 2010 Lethbridge, Alberta Eagles
14 Canada Rycroft, DaymenDaymen Rycroft F 38 2010 Beaverlodge, Alberta Eagles
23 Canada Schneekloth, AaronAaron Schneekloth D 39 2006 Calgary, Alberta Eagles
51 Canada Stanley, DylanDylan Stanley F R 33 2010 Edmonton, Alberta Eagles
82 Canada Sullivan, DanDan Sullivan F R 36 2010 York, Ontario Eagles
5 Canada Thurston, BrettBrett Thurston D L 35 2009 Strathmore, Alberta Eagles
9 United States Ulanski, KevinKevin Ulanski RW L 35 2008 Madison, Wisconsin Eagles
2 Canada Workman, KipKip Workman D R 33 2010 Brandon, Manitoba Eagles

See also[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Colorado's Jones Named Sher-Wood CHL Goalie of the Month". December 3, 2010. Retrieved December 3, 2010. 
  2. ^ "CHL Announces 2010-11 All-Rookie Team". Central Hockey League. March 18, 2011. Retrieved June 24, 2011. 

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