With the Avs season set to begin tomorrow, the Avs top-6 has seen some major changes but is still led by its core staples. Can MacKinnon, Rantanen, and Landeskog turn the Avs into a dynasty? https://youtu.be/UQs-Jpmk4mQ
Watching Gabe Landeskog this week has been a fun ride. From throwing out the first pitch at a Colorado Rockies game to working the register at a local Raising Canes, Landeskog is the radiant face of joy. By the time you read this, he’s probably already had plenty to say during the Avalanche parade. From where I’m sitting, this feels...
The Avs played their worst period of the playoffs in this game and got what they deserved from it. Team-wide, the Avs will have to step it back up to stay in control of the series but they do maintain a 2 – 1 lead over Tampa. https://youtu.be/k11AiK_x2xw
Meghan Angley from DNVR Avalanche details how the Colorado Avalanche assembled a roster that has come together to reach the Stanley Cup Final. What can the Rockies learn from this? And is hockey most like baseball when it comes to developing homegrown players? Plus, Meghan and Suzie team up to look at the astrology charts of the Rockies to figure out what can be learned about their personalities. Will Patrick actually learn what it means for Mercury to be in retrograde? Kyle Freeland is hopeful for the return of the Stanley Cup: “Avs in 6” by Patrick Lyons DON’T FORGET TO SUBSCRIBE TO THE POD! iTunes link — Stitcher Link — Pocket Casts Link — Spotify Link
What more could you ask from Game One of the Stanley Cup Final? Banger game, all world plays, big finish a full series of that is a dream for fans with no rooting interest and a rollercoaster for those who do. https://youtu.be/f1bvXp3OiTY
The Avs are in the Stanley Cup Final. That pretty much sums it up until the final round begins. https://youtu.be/eEUj3MkQJSM
The Colorado Avalanche are going to the Stanley Cup Final. When I first started covering the team during the 2016-2017 season, I never ever would have thought I’d be typing those words just five years later. This group… the resilience they’ve shown all playoffs, the adversity they’ve had to overcome all season, and their will to win has gotten to...
The demon yet lives. Nathan MacKinnon cannot be the lone hero in this journey to the Western Conference Finals. The only good news here is the Avs get more opportunities to win the series. https://youtu.be/byJ0hbKCIPw
A solid all-around game marred by injuries on both sides sees the Avs come out on top to take a 2 – 1 series lead. With production coming from every forward line the Avs seem to outmatch St. Louis. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=MgCPyXJygmM
The Avs drop their first game of the playoffs to level their second-round series at 1 – 1 against the St. Louis Blues. With poor execution and a lack of urgency, this needs to be the Avs floor if they want to contend for the cup. https://youtu.be/hoTIHdoK6H8
Despite a scary moment with Darcy Kuemper the Avs continue to make the first round of the Stanley Cup Playoffs look routine. With Gabe Landeskog leading the way Nashville is unable to keep up. https://youtu.be/eVbFe7C5ogg
The Avs started the Stanley Cup Playoffs with a bang dropping seven goals on the Nashville Predators and confirming the plan all along was to come out and dominate in the Stanley Cup Playoffs. https://youtu.be/ILOBY-Y-ilg
The Avs were let down mostly by their defense and goaltending in a game that was actually kind of a banger. Ultimately it was the Avs top guns that made the fatal mistake and that’s a tough pill to swallow. https://youtu.be/W5G4yjg7xfU
The Avs lean on defensive production to notch their 11th comeback win of the season on a night where the high-end talent was on full display. Even when trailing in the third period the expectation is starting to become that the Avs will win. https://youtu.be/_2RP_Cnbjls
A nine goal in a game where Landeskog was a hard ten. The Avs ability to outscore their problems is always a threat and when their stars are at their best most games are no contest. https://youtu.be/caY7PtRn1TE
I was asked during a little mini-interview pre-game, “why is this game important?”, and truthfully I was really tempted to look right at the camera and say “it’s not”. Obviously, I didn’t say that, your boy is a professional and that’s show biz, baby, but that was how it felt coming into it. The Colorado Avalanche has a 12-point lead...
The Avs ability to consistently make even decent NHL teams look like routine wins should stand as a statement about how good Colorado really is. A game led by the forward core felt like a refreshing break for the Avs defense. https://youtu.be/rwbyauNpzRY
A 2 – 0 win in a quality, complete game from both teams is just another notch in the Avs and Darcy Kuempers belt. Even against top-quality competition, the Avs high-end talent cannot be stopped. https://youtu.be/NMvXOUaeW4I
The Avs made short work of the Dallas Stars so everyone could get on with their big Sunday plans. It’s tough to find any faults in Colorado’s play for this one. https://youtu.be/tbhF9wJou5o
Woah baby, talk about a heavyweight tilt. I mean seriously, who wouldn’t want seven games of what we saw tonight? Tonight’s game between the Colorado Avalanche and the two-time defending Stanley Cup Champion Tampa Bay Lighting is one that I personally have had circled on my calendar for a while now, and I think it would be safe to say...