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PHOTOS: Battle on the ice between Glenwood Springs Demons and Summit Tigers

The Glenwood Springs Demon bench watch on as their teammates battle in overtime against the Summit Tigers on Tuesday night.
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Glenwood Springs Demon Nolan McPherson and a Summit Tiger battle for possession during Tuesday night's home game at the Glenwood Springs Community Center. Glenwood Springs Demon Hockey 2020
Glenwood Springs Demon Nolan McPherson and a Summit Tiger battle for possession during Tuesday night’s home game at the Glenwood Springs Community Center.
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Glenwood Springs Demon Dylan Webster body checks his opponent during Tuesday night's game against the Summit Tigers. Glenwood Springs Demon Hockey 2020
Glenwood Springs Demon Dylan Webster body checks his opponent during Tuesday night’s game against the Summit Tigers.
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Glenwood Springs Demon Jeason Brown moves the puck through the Summit Tigers during Tuesday night's game at the Glenwood Community Center ice rink. Glenwood Springs Demon Hockey 2020
Glenwood Springs Demon Jeason Brown moves the puck through the Summit Tigers during Tuesday night’s game at the Glenwood Community Center ice rink.
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Glenwood Springs Demon Ryan Kotz knocks down the opposing Summit Tiger during Tuesday night's home game. Glenwood Springs Demon Hockey 2020
Glenwood Springs Demon Ryan Kotz knocks down the opposing Summit Tiger during Tuesday night’s home game.
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The Glenwood Springs Demons celebrate after scoring early in the first period of play against the Summit Tigers on Tuesday night. Glenwood Springs Demon Hockey 2020
The Glenwood Springs Demons celebrate after scoring early in the first period of play against the Summit Tigers on Tuesday night.
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Glenwood Springs Demon Max Mecimer gives his teammates advice in the locker room during the intermission between the first and second period of Tuesday night's game against the Summit Tigers. Glenwood Springs Demon Hockey 2020
Glenwood Springs Demon Max Mecimer gives his teammates advice in the locker room during the intermission between the first and second period of Tuesday night’s game against the Summit Tigers.
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Glenwood Springs Demon Hockey coach Tim Cota talks strategy to his players in the locker room during the intermission between the first and second period of Tuesday night's game against the Summit Tigers. Glenwood Springs Demon Hockey 2020
Glenwood Springs Demon Hockey coach Tim Cota talks strategy to his players in the locker room during the intermission between the first and second period of Tuesday night’s game against the Summit Tigers.
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Fans cheer on the Glenwood Springs Demons as they head back onto the ice for the third period of play on Tuesday night against the Summit Tigers. Glenwood Springs Demon Hockey 2020
Fans cheer on the Glenwood Springs Demons as they head back onto the ice for the third period of play on Tuesday night against the Summit Tigers.
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A Summit Tiger scores on goalie Hunter Hadsock during the second period of the game during Tuesday night's home game. Glenwood Springs Demon Hockey 2020
A Summit Tiger scores on goalie Hunter Hadsock during the second period of the game during Tuesday night’s home game.
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The Glenwood Springs Demon bench watch on as their teammates battle in overtime against the Summit Tigers on Tuesday night. Glenwood Springs Demon Hockey 2020
The Glenwood Springs Demon bench watch on as their teammates battle in overtime against the Summit Tigers on Tuesday night.
Chelsea Self / Post Independent
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