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After the process dominating the results for a while and goaltending being the primary face of their issues, the Avalanche rolled into Chicago tonight and flipped the script. In what was their worst defensive showing in quite a while, Semyon Varlamov once again owned the United Center. Varlamov’s stellar performance continues a strong run from him as his resurgence has…...

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That’s how you end a losing streak! Following weeks of futility and seemingly inventing new ways to lose on any given night, the Avalanche went into a place that’s been nothing short of a house of horros and slayed a whole grip of demons all at once. Sure, it’s just one game but Colorado’s 4-1 win over the Winnipeg Jets...

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The Colorado Avalanche fought the good fight against the President’s Trophy winning Nashville Predators, forcing the series to go six rounds before finally running out of gas. Don’t look for any ugly in this week’s episode. When writing about an Avalanche team playing deep into April after a historically bad season the year before, there’s not a lot to complain...

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The Colorado Avalanche careened through their three-game Canadian road swing as their roller-coaster season continued to bring plenty of Good, Bad and Ugly for the week. Because of the nature of the road trip, TGBU will break with tradition, and cover the elephant in the room first. THE UGLY 1. Nathan MacKinnon’s injury midway through the Vancouver Canucks game can only be...

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The Colorado Avalanche dug deep this past week and ended up with a respectable .500 week. They dug a deep hole during their disappointing homestand, finished it off with an unexpected loss to the struggling Buffalo Sabres, then took their show on the road where they dug out of their disastrous homestand and went on to win two of three...

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SUNRISE, FLA. – The Colorado Avalanche snapped a four-game losing streak Saturday night at the BB&T Center (formerly known as National Car Rental Center, Office Depot Center and BankAtlantic Center) with a 7-3 drubbing of the Florida Panthers. The Avs played 11 forwards, seven defensemen and one goalie. How did they fare? Let’s take a look… Gabe Landeskog (B) – He played...

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While the Colorado Avalanche homestand has had more dips than highs, there are still lots of interesting tidbits happening on the ice as the youth movement continues its rollicking ride into December. Their early success may have raised expectations, but remember this season is not a merry-go-round year, where everything is smooth and predictable. Young players are still developing and...

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