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The area black bear population is just starting to bed down for the winter, but the Grizzlies in Glenwood Springs are just getting started.The Glenwood Grizzlies midget hockey team opens its 2004-2005 season Saturday at the Community Center ice rink with a two-game set against Rocky Mountain Youth Hockey League foe Summit. By G. Sean KellyGSPI Sports EditorThe area black bear population is just starting to bed down for the winter, but the Grizzlies in Glenwood Springs are just getting started.The Glenwood Grizzlies midget hockey team opens its 2004-2005 season Saturday at the Community Center ice rink with a two-game set against Rocky Mountain Youth Hockey League foe Summit. The first game is at 9 a.m. and the teams face off again at 3:30 p.m.The Grizzlies finished last season with an impressive 27-11-4 record and will rely on defense at least at the outset of this season, according to head coach Tim Cota.Tate Fairbanks and Marcos Munoz return to anchor the blue-line corps and the Grizzlies also return two goalies Brian King and Keefe O’Connor. In all, Glenwood has 11 players back from last season’s squad and 26 players in the midget program.Offensively, the two Trevors will be leaned on as other players adjust to midget-level hockey.”Defensively we’re going to be strong,” Cota said. “Trevor French and Trevor Krieger will be relied upon heavily up there (on offense). We’ll need to develop some goal scorers because we lost most of that last year.””Defensively we’re going to be strong,” Cota said. “Trevor French and Trevor Krieger will be relied upon heavily up there (on offense). We’ll need to develop some goal scorers because we lost most of that last year.”


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