Looking at the future of the Avalanche organization and underlying salary cap numbers affiliated with acquiring the star blueliner.
by: Julian Mongillo — The Hockey Writers 21 Sep
Highlighting the key factors that contributed to Colorado's playoff exit and what the team has to address heading into next season.
by: Josh Wegman — The Score 19 Sep
Following Friday's report that the St. Louis Blues broke off contract talks with Alex Pietrangelo and advised their captain to pursue free agency, we look at five sensible landing spots for the star defenseman.Toronto Maple Leafs Andrew Francis...
by: Nadia Archuleta — Fansided: Mile High Sticking 18 Sep
Colorado Avalanche fans would love to see the Dallas Stars lose to the Tampa Bay Lightning in the Stanley Cup Finals. The Colorado Avalanche have been out ...
by: Jackie Kay — SB Nation: Mile High Hockey 16 Sep
Joe Sakic has some low-cost high-upside options available to him this offseason
by: Aarif Deen — Mile High Sports 12 Sep
The off-season is here and notable dates are approaching quickly. It’s been just eight days since the Avalanche were eliminated in Game 7 of the Western Conference semi-final series against the Dallas Stars. Unlike years past, Colorado won’t have...
by: Stephen — Fansided: Editor In Leaf 12 Sep
The Colorado Avalanche were an overtime goal away from reaching the Western Conference Finals with a former Toronto Maple Leafs back-up in net. Over the pa...
by: N/A — Hockey Buzz 11 Sep
The Avalanche finished this season about $5 million under the current salary cap of $81.5 million, which will remain the same next season. Were mindful of that. OK.
Joe Sakic says Avalanche will stick with Philipp Grubauer, Pavel Francouz in goal, reveals latter was injured vs. Stars
by: Mike Chambers — The Denver Post 10 Sep
SEDALIA — Avalanche general manager Joe Sakic and coach Jared Bednar played in a foursome Thursday at Sanctuary Golf Course after both revealed significant injury information the team previou…
by: Colorado Eagles — AHL: Colorado Eagles 8 Sep
From taking a year off of hockey to rehab an injury to playing in the Stanley Cup Playoffs in one of the most unique conditions, ColoradoEagles.com sat down with defenseman Conor Timmins to talk about his experience inside the NHL Bubble.
by: Nadia Archuleta — Fansided: Mile High Sticking 8 Sep
The Colorado Avalanche faced more than their fair share of injuries during the regular season, a trend that continued in the second round. A few years ago,...