The Colorado Avalanche could use a buyout in order to create roster space for a young forward
by: Mike Chambers — The Denver Post 13 Jun
There’s a chance — albeit a very small one — that the Avalanche will have the fourth overall pick for the second consecutive NHL draft.
by: Mike Chambers — The Denver Post 9 Jun
The Vegas Golden Knight’s extraordinary run to the Stanley Cup Final — as unique as it was — takes me back to the 1990s.
by: Mike Chambers — The Denver Post 8 Jun
Steve Reinprecht, who won the 2001 Stanley Cup with the Avalanche, is back in Denver and will begin serving as a volunteer assistant coach for the Denver Pioneers, newly named head coach David Carl…
by: Nadia Archuleta — Fansided: Mile High Sticking 29 May
The Colorado Avalanche isn't as physical a team as it once was. However, the Avs have a long history of playing physical hockey, which is just fine. The Co...
by: Scott Cullen — TSN 29 May
The Colorado Avalanche had an unbelievable turnaround season, nearly doubling their point total from the previous year and reaching the playoffs. Off-Season Game Plan looks into the up-and-coming Avalanche squad, and what they might be able to do this...
by: Tom Hunter — SB Nation: Mile High Hockey 27 May
You can blame a lot of teams for making the Golden Knights good. The Avalanche are not one of them
by: Cat Silverman — SB Nation: Mile High Hockey 25 May
Colorado’s ECHL affiliate is making one last run in the ECHL
by: Nadia Archuleta — Fansided: Mile High Sticking 25 May
The Colorado Avalanche need to boost their goal tending depth. Maxime Legace of the Vegas Golden Knights is a player they might consider. The Colorado Aval...
by: Matt L. Stephens, Associated Press — The Gazette 9 Jun
Forward Gabriel Bourque has been re-signed by the Colorado Avalanche on a one-year deal, the team announced Thursday. Bourque, a fifth-round selection in the 2009 draft by Nashville, recorded five goals and six assists for the Avalanche in 58 regular-seas
by: Jackie Kay — SB Nation: Mile High Hockey 24 May
Another depth signing to keep the team intact heading into next season
by: N/A — Hockey Buzz 24 May
The Avalanche on Thursday announced they have re-signed the 27-year-old forward to a one-year contract for the 2018-19 season.