Colorado Avalanche: Offense Returns To Help End Losing Streak
After starting the season by winning 12 of their first 13 games, the Colorado Avalanche found themselves on top of the world. Losing four of their last six games had brought them back to earth a little, but they bounced […]
Gabriel Landeskog The Key To A Turnaround For The Colorado Avalanche
The Colorado Avalanche are heading into the 2013-14 season with higher expectations, at least within the organization. Having not addressed a dumpster fire of a blue line, and with a major question mark in goal, in Semyon Varlamov, whether or not the Avs […]
Will P.A. Parenteau Take A Step Back For Colorado Avalanche In 2013-14?
As we approach the calendar turning to September, meaning that training camps are on the horizon, the outlook isn’t great for the Colorado Avalanche. Despite a change at the top in the front office and behind the bench, many are expecting […]
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Colorado Avalanche: Is Nathan MacKinnon The Early Calder Trophy Favorite?
The Colorado Avalanche surprised a lot of people heading into the draft, when they announced early that they’d be selecting Nathan MacKinnon with the no. 1 overall pick, despite the availability of an elite defensive prospect, in Seth Jones. Whether you agree with the move […]
Colorado Avalanche: Strong 2013 Season Earned Matt Duchene Five-Year Extension
What has been an extremely quiet summer for the Colorado Avalanche got a bit louder earlier this week, when the club agreed to a new five-year contract extension with forward Matt Duchene. Set to become a restricted free agent next summer, the […]
Colorado Avalanche Right To Part Ways With Milan Hejduk
The Colorado Avalanche are witnessing something of a new era with their franchise. While they haven’t changed much on the ice since the 2013 came to its disappointing end, there has been a shakeup in the front office, and behind the bench, […]
Offense Will Need To Carry Colorado Avalanche In 2013-14
The Colorado Avalanche head into the 2013-14 season looking like a pretty similar club to the one that failed so miserably during the lockout shortened 2013 season. The only real improvements to the roster have taken place on the offensive end, with […]
Chicago Blackhawks: Would Bringing Back Ray Emery Make Sense?
There were some mixed reports coming out throughout Tuesday afternoon that the Chicago Blackhawks were talking to their backup goaltender Ray Emery about a new deal. Some, less qualified, sources even went as far as saying that the framework of a new three-year deal […]
Remembering Outrage At Patrick Roy, And How He Fits In To NHL’s Scheme To End Fighting
It’s likely to be a coincidence,but the same year that Patrick Roy is rejoining the NHL as a coach for the Colorado Avalanche is the same year that new tools against goons is being unleashed by the owners. All fighting in hockey is […]
Colorado Avalanche: Passing On Seth Jones Would Be A Puzzling Move
Joe Sakic and the Colorado Avalanche made waves earlier this week when they came right out and said that they weren’t targeting Seth Jones with the no. 1 overall pick in this month’s NHL Entry Draft. Not only is the fact that they publicly ruled out […]