The BSN Avalanche Podcast returns this week with conversation about how the Colorado Avalanche fell short as well as handing out individual player grades.
It was a tough week to watch the Colorado Avalanche close out their season as TGBU outlines the highs and lows of the past week.
The Colorado Avalanche completed their awe-inspiring run of self-destruction by allowing the Anaheim Ducks to trainwreck them 5-3 in season finale.
The Colorado Avalanche lost yet another game down the stretch, this time a 4-2 loss to the Dallas Stars.
The BSN Avalanche Podcast returns this week with discussion about Tom Wilson's hit on Nikita Zadorov, the Matt Duchene goal celebration controversy, and the surprises and disappointments for the Colorado Avalanche this season.
The Avalanche were officially eliminated from the playoff picture with a 4-3 loss to the Nashville Predators.
Patrick Roy's comments have raised questions about his faith in the core, making Matt Duchene's future for the Colorado Avalanche uncertain.
Season on the line, the Colorado Avalanche yet again sprinted away from the moment in a 5-1 beatdown at the hands of the St. Louis Blues.
The Colorado Avalanche were thoroughly dominated throughout as the Washington Capitals put their foot on the gas and never let up in a 4-2 beatdown.
The BSN Avalanche Podcast returns with sadness this week as hosts J.J. Jerez and AJ Haefele break down what went wrong for the Colorado Avalanche last week in the season's most important slate of games.
The Avalanche came out slow and were not able to recover, losing to the St. Louis Blues 3-1, and seeing their playoff hopes dwindle in the process.
In our weekly Avalanche Mailbag feature, Casey answers reader questions. This week, she tackles the Avs' new defensive pairings, who the team should pick if they had to choose between Shawn Matthias and Mikkel Boedker, and what pieces the team is missing to make a deep Cup run.
The new defensive pairings paid off for the Colorado Avalanche, as they were able to squeak out a 4-3 victory over the Nashville Predators.
Will the Colorado Avalanche be able to rise like a phoenix from the ashes of last week’s two disheartening losses and become something better, stronger, faster?
Personnel adjustments, system changes alone won't make the Avalanche a serious playoff contender. They need something else, too.