The Durango Steamers celebrate their victory over the West Elk Timberwolves of Gunnison, Sunday, Jan. 27 at the Chapman Hill Ice Arena. The Steamers finished the regular hockey season with a record of seven wins, four losses and three ties, earning second place in the Continental Divide Youth Hockey League (CDYHL), behind the Pikes Peak Catamounts of Colorado Springs.
Durango Steamers defenseman Keevin “KJ” Reynolds, a Southern Ute tribal member, intercepts the puck from the West Elk Timberwolves (Gunnison). The Steamers won two games and tied two games in two-days of hockey action, Saturday and Sunday, Jan. 26 and 27 at the Chapman Hill Ice Arena in Durango.
Action on the ice, even as the puck is in mid-air, players from Durango and West Elk (Gunnison) via for control of the puck, Saturday, Jan. 26 at Chapman Hill Ice Arena in Durango.