Colorado Weathers the Storm, Tops Texas Stars 5-1

(Credit: Ross Bonander/Texas Stars) Texas seemed to have every chance to delight the sellout crowd at H-E-B Center tonight but came up on the short end of a 5-1 score against the visiting Colorado Eagles. After losing 4-1 last night, the Eagles buckled in and played a superb road game, taking advantage of every chance given to them and beating out a 38-22 shot deficit on the night, including a 19-6 margin in the middle frame. "To be honest, I thought we took it to them pretty good for 40," said head coach Neil Graham postgame "Their response kicked in with some opportunities on special teams, and that ended up being a big factor. Those days happen." Jonas Johansson's gargantuan effort may have been obscured by the final scoreline's run support, but his play in the middle frame kept the Eagles in it. Texas entered the second intermission down 2-1 and the game might as well have been done at that point. After a dominating performance in the period, being down

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