The Durango Steamers face-off against the Craig Cougars.
In traditional Steamer fashion, the pre-game chants for victory, prior to hockey action in Apen, Colo. March 3.
The Durango Steamers take the ice in Aspen, on Saturday, March 3.
Southern Ute Tribal member and Durango Steamer, Keevin (KJ) Reynolds takes a shot on goal and scores, one of his two-back-to-back goals in Aspen, Colo., Saturday, March 3.
Sawyer Jones (77) takes a shot on goal against the Pueblo Tigers goalie.
The Durango Steamers await their chance to make a bid to continue onto State hockey tournament action.
The Durango Steamers competed in State Tournament semi-finals to determine who would advance to the State Championships. The Tournament was held in the Monument Ice Rinks (MIR) in Monument, Colo., March 10 — 11. The Steamers won two games, lost one and tied one, earning them a bid for the championship.
Fans of the Durango Steamers applaud their teams victory as they advance to face the Pueblo Tigers in Superior, Colo. for the Championship game in Colorado Recreation Youth Hockey, Squirts Division action.
The Durango Steamers celebrate their victory over the Colorado Springs Rampage, which earned them a spot in the Championship game of the Colorado Youth Recreation State Final, which will take place in Superior, Colo. — Sunday, March 18.