Juneau’s Caden John’s rides Eagle River opponent Kaden Lynch when the two collide during a weekend series at Treadwell Arena. (Courtesy Photo | Steve Quinn)

Juneau’s Caden John’s rides Eagle River opponent Kaden Lynch when the two collide during a weekend series at Treadwell Arena. (Courtesy Photo | Steve Quinn)

Photos: Juneau Capitals play Eagle River Blue Devils

Action on the ice.

The Capitals, the first-ever Juneau youth hockey team to play in the elite Tier AA level, played the Eagle River Blue Devils over the weekend at Treadwell Arena. The Juneau team lost to their opponents the first three games, and the teams tied 4-4 in the fourth matchup.

Read more here: Capitals fall to Blue Devils in comp hockey action

Juneau goalie Caleb Friend covers a puck while teammate Sonny Monsef looks on after losing his stick during a battle in front of the net. (Courtesy Photo | Steve Quinn)

Juneau goalie Caleb Friend covers a puck while teammate Sonny Monsef looks on after losing his stick during a battle in front of the net. (Courtesy Photo | Steve Quinn)

Juneau’s Emilio Hollbrook battles for possession in a weekend game versus Eagle River at Treadwell Arena. (Courtesy Photo | Steve Quinn)

Juneau’s Emilio Hollbrook battles for possession in a weekend game versus Eagle River at Treadwell Arena. (Courtesy Photo | Steve Quinn)

Juneau’s Jaeger Dostal races down ice against Eagle River’s Matthew Ross during a weekend game at Treadwell Arena. (Courtesy Photo | Steve Quinn)

Juneau’s Jaeger Dostal races down ice against Eagle River’s Matthew Ross during a weekend game at Treadwell Arena. (Courtesy Photo | Steve Quinn)

Juneau’s Camden Kovach chases down Eagle River’s Adam Kara during a weekend series at Treadwell Arena. (Courtesy Photo | Steve Quinn)

Juneau’s Camden Kovach chases down Eagle River’s Adam Kara during a weekend series at Treadwell Arena. (Courtesy Photo | Steve Quinn)

Juneau’s Luke Bovitz (68) and Camden Kovach keep Eagle River’s Adam Kara away from netminder Mason Sooter. (Courtesy Photo | Steve Quinn)

Juneau’s Luke Bovitz (68) and Camden Kovach keep Eagle River’s Adam Kara away from netminder Mason Sooter. (Courtesy Photo | Steve Quinn)

Juneau’s Caden Johns, right, looks to evade Eagle River’s Kaden Lynch during a weekend game at Treadwell Ice Arena. (Courtesy Photo | Steve Quinn)

Juneau’s Caden Johns, right, looks to evade Eagle River’s Kaden Lynch during a weekend game at Treadwell Ice Arena. (Courtesy Photo | Steve Quinn)

Juneau’s Stein Dostal clears the puck with Eagle River’s Morgan Greninger during a weekend game at Treadwell Arena. (Courtesy Photo | Steve Quinn)

Juneau’s Stein Dostal clears the puck with Eagle River’s Morgan Greninger during a weekend game at Treadwell Arena. (Courtesy Photo | Steve Quinn)

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