On Friday night at the Pepsi Center, sticks were raised in the air not unlike glasses of champagne during a toast. “Here’s to a brighter future!” would have been the proper caption to a photo of the moment when Avalanche players saluted the crowd, after a youthful lineup beat the playoff-bound St. Louis Blues. The caption to almost any photo...
There are still some interesting things happening in the world of the Colorado Avalanche - if your heart can take it.
The Colorado Avalanche persisted in their Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde routine throughout the past week, switching between solid, exciting play and crushing lapses surrendering leads.
The Colorado Avalanche got a brief glimpse of the future tonight when young center J.T. Compher made the game's biggest play in the third period, scoring the game-winning goal against the Detroit Red Wings.
It doesn't erase the difficult season, but the Colorado Avalanche's win over the Detroit Red Wings sure was fun.
Grab your comfort food and/or beverage as the Good, Bad and Ugly runs down all the movement on the Avalanche front this past week.
Colorado Avalanche rookie forward J.T. Compher is not happy with his early play in the NHL and is looking to improve his overall game.
A more-competitive-than-expected Rookie Showcase saw the Colorado Avalanche top the San Jose Sharks 4-1. The Avalanche were led by their big guns in forwards A.J. Greer, J.T. Compher, and goaltender Spencer Martin.
As the Colorado Avalanche opened rookie camp on Friday, forward J.T. Compher was a man in the spotlight as he gets his first dose of professional hockey.
Colorado Avalanche prospects show their stuff and work on developing their skill sets during summer development camp.
The BSN Avalanche Podcast returns this week to talk Dean Chynoweth's firing in San Antonio, J.T. Compher's decision to leave Michigan, and more!
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