For a moment, let’s talk about an avalanche. No, not THE Avalanche, although I’ll get back there eventually. A snowy, ice-coming-down-a-mountain, actual avalanche. Not all snow is the same.  Warm, wet storms or windy storms produce very dense, compactable snow, while colder storms produce light, fluffy powder that has problems sticking together.  Snow can also thaw and refreeze after a…

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Andi began her hockey writing by contributing to Mile High Hockey for four years before jumping to BSN Denver in 2015. She focuses her writing efforts on deeper dive analytical looks at various topics, from player profiles to teamwide looks to understand underlying trends.

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