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Greetings from the Pepsi Center, where the Avs just finished up their morning skate. A big one (they’re all big now) tonight against the Central Division-leading Winnipeg Jets (6:30 start, TV reasons). There will be absolutely no change from the lineup the other night. Semyon Varlamov in net, same line combos, same D pairs. So, not a lot of news…...

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It was funny walking into the Avalanche locker room tonight. Players tend to stay in the same lockers for years at a time so when you walk in, you tend to know where you’re going based on which player you’re wanting to talk to after a game. With his call-up happening yesterday and me not working morning skate this morning…...

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This week our attention turns to forward Andrew Agozzino, who recently spent some time with the Avalanche while Alex Tanguay was injured. Agozzino talks to us about the physical and mental challenges of moving between leagues, the adjustments that must be made when changing roles from a first-liner in the AHL to a grinder in the NHL, and what the…...

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Rampage Rewind: Week 6—Nov. 13-Nov. 20, 2015 If the San Antonio Rampage wanted to make a statement about the team’s identity as a winner, this past week could not have gone any better. Three games. Three wins. The Rampage outscored its opponents 13 goals to seven, and despite a shootout scare against Stockton, San Antonio dominated all facets of play.…...

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Week 2 – Oct. 16-22, 2015 The San Antonio Rampage continued its road trip into Griffins territory. Unlike last week in which the team struggled to hold on to the lead and put the game away, the Rampage exhibited a killer instinct and controlled their fate throughout the weekend. The Week in Review Games San Antonio swept the…...

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With the affiliation change over the summer, the only former Monsters guaranteed to suit up for the San Antonio Rampage are players within the Colorado Avalanche system. Of course, not every player in the system will be seeing AHL ice time this season, but we can expect a handful of them to do so. While a couple of these…...

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Today the Avalanche locked up recent acquisition Mikhail Grigorenko on a 1-year, $675,000 contract. The young Russian remains a restricted free agent at the end of this exceptionally cap-friendly deal. Grigorenko, who was a restricted free agent, was acquired from Buffalo on June 26 along with defenseman Nikita Zadorov, forward J.T. Compher and the 31st-overall pick at this year’s…...

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