Sports Talk with the Colorado Eagles

Sports Talk with the Colorado Eagles

92.9 The Bear is the Official Broadcast Partner of the Colorado Eagles. Here you will find exclusive interviews and get the inside scoop on the Colorado Eagles.

Episodes

November 2, 2020 3 min
Gregg Stone talks to Kevin McGlue on 2020-2021 season beginning in February, due to the COVID-19 pandemic.
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Doc chats with Les Borsheim about the start of the season, the first weekend of home games, the team, and what's coming.
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August 21, 2019 24 min
Doc chats with Les Borsheim of the Colorado Eagles about his fundraising golf tournament coming up this Friday.
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April 25, 2019 4 min
Interview with Kevin McGlue-Voice of the Colorado Eagles talking about Tuesday night's loss and what to look forward to for game four Saturday night.
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Doc in the Afternoon talks with head coach Craig Cronin as they prepare for the 2019 playoffs.
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Doc in the Afternoon chats with Colorado Eagles forward Andrew Agozzino as they prepare for the 2019 Playoffs.
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