Sputtering offense sinks Avs again, shutout 3-0 in Minnesota.
The Colorado Avalanche were shut out 3-0 by the Washington Capitals, giving head coach Jared Bednar his first NHL loss.
The Colorado Avalanche took their first small steps into the Jared Bednar era on Tuesday night with a 4-1 preseason road victory over the Minnesota Wild.
In a slow, grind-it-out Burgundy and White Game, Mikhail Grigorenko earned the only tally to give Team White a 1-0 victory.
The Colorado Avalanche finished their rookie showcase this past Sunday. Across the two-day domination of the Pacific Division, there were a handful of standouts. We have them here.
The 2016 Top 25 Avalanche Under 25 takes a look at #4, first-round selection Mikko Rantanen. Rantanen is the Colorado Avalanche's top pick from 2015 and could be an impactful rookie for the team this coming season.
The 2016 Top 25 Avalanche Under 25 takes a look at #7, first-round selection Tyson Jost. Jost represents the highest of this year's draftees and is a major player to keep an eye on in the future for the Colorado Avalanche.
BSN's Top 25 Avalanche Under 25 series continues with #12, defenseman, Duncan Siemens. The 2011 first-round draft pick faces a make-or-break year with the Colorado Avalanche organization.
BSN's 2016 Top 25 Under 25 series continues with #16, center Rocco Grimaldi, a newcomer to the Colorado Avalanche organization as he was acquired via trade over the summer.
Colorado Avalanche Captain Gabe Landeskog talks about Patrick Roy's surprise resignation on a Swedish hockey podcast.
Once revered as the ultimate winner who refused to lose, Patrick Roy selfishly quit on the Colorado Avalanche in the wake of disappointments he orchestrated.
The Colorado Avalanche hired former Lake Erie Monsters assistant coach Nolan Pratt as an assistant for the NHL club. Pratt will serve behind the bench.
The Avalanche extended qualifying offers to Nathan MacKinnon, Tyson Barrie, Mikhail Grigorenko, Calvin Pickard and Duncan Siemens while cutting ties with Brandon Gormley and buying out Brad Stuart.
When the first day of the NHL draft ends, every GM in the NHL heads back to their hotel, sits, and stews over whether or not the guy they ranked as a first round talent will still be hanging around when round two begins. In 2009 the Avalanche only had to wait 3 picks to see if they would be able…...