Information from the last 10 days with the Colorado Avalanche.
The BSN Avalanche Podcast returns this week with the guys talking about the team’s success, largely driven by youngsters Nikita Zadorov and Mikko Rantanen....
The Avalanche managed to fight their way to playing some quality hockey, yet still haven't gotten the results they are looking to achieve.
TGBU takes time to write a letter to Santa Clause, asking for a few gifts for the Colorado Avalanche
Colorado Avalanche defenseman Nikita Zadorov shoulders blame for his part in loss to Philadelphia Flyers while acknowledging growth in his own game.
The Good/Bad/Ugly from the past week of Colorado Avalanche hockey featured quite a bit of all three after a tumultuous Eastern Conference road swing.
A recap of the rough and tumble week for the Colorado Avalanche in this week's edition of the Good, the Bad, and the Ugly
[Elite_video_player id=”8″] Today’s Top 25 Avalanche Under 25 looks at the biggest piece of last seasons blockbuster Ryan O’Reilly trade, Nikita Zadorov. The BSN Avalanche staff is very high on Zadorov, as no one had him ranked lower than fourth. Of the seven ballots entered, Zadorov was ranked third on 2 ballots and fourth on 5 ballots, giving him an…...
The Colorado Avalanche released the full Rookie Camp and Showcase dates and times today. We look at the roster and find some interesting nuggets among the group.
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 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.
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?
In this week's mailbag of reader questions, Casey answers questions about the Avalanche's defense--what do the stats say, who could play on their off-hand, who should stay and who should go?
This week's Good, Bad and Ugly features the Colorado Avalanche's rise in the standings, Semyon Varlamov as the NHL Star of the Week, short handed goals, Gabriel Landeskog's leadership, and Thoughts to Ponder.
The Colorado Avalanche pressed through a roller coaster week with interesting roster moves, gritty play, and overcoming injuries to stay relevant in the post season race.
The week was a bit of sunshine and a bit of rain as the Rampage split the week's games with two wins and two losses. Major roster moves and injuries don't bode well for the boys in the coming week.
Let’s just get this out of the way first because it’s been a long time coming and I know people have things they want to say. Nate Guenin was placed on waivers. It’s unlikely he gets claimed and he isn’t being sent to San Antonio, leaving open the possibility he returns to the Avs lineup at some point. Thoughts?…...
Patrick Roy drops bombshell on fans by waiving Nate Guenin and recalling Nikita Zadorov and Chris Bigras to the Avalanche, a move for which fans have been clamoring all season.
Rampage Rewind: Week 7—Nov. 20-Nov. 26, 2015 Last week is one the Rampage would like to forget. Close games, lost leads and failed comeback attempts plagued the team all week, and the resulting four-game losing streak has to be weighing heavily on the team. The Week in Review Games The Ontario Reign came on strong and netted three goals…...