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Friday’s Colorado Avalanche rookie skate offered plenty of interesting tidbits. For those who did not get to attend, or lacked the opportunity, here are some observations from the stands, leaving the expert analysis to A.J. Haefele and Adrian Dater. Warning – this is the first official day of observation. There was too much happening of for one person to catch…...

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Because of the rules surrounding compensation for NCAA hockey players, Colorado Avalanche fans still haven’t seen a large pice of the Ryan O’Reilly trade, JT Compher, in action against professional players at Avalanche training camp. That will change this September, with Compher inked to an Entry Level Contract and leaving college hockey, but first, Compher got a watered down taste of what…...

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After a long weekend which featured three trades and seven selections in the NHL Entry Draft, the Colorado Avalanche can close the book on draft season and prepare for the start of Free Agency next Wednesday, July 1st. Before launching into our Free Agency coverage this Monday, it’s time to take stock of the Avalanche’s draft activity. In the weeks leading up…...

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While Nikita Zadorov and Mikhail Grigorenko are certainly the biggest pieces headed to Colorado in return for Ryan O’Reilly and Jamie McGinn, make no mistake, J.T. Compher is a valuable piece of this Avalanche blockbuster trade. J.T. Compher is a 5-foot-11, 184 pound forward who can play both center and wing. Don’t let his smaller stature fool you, however, he…...

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And just like that, it’s over. Ryan O’Reilly is reportedly being shipped to the Buffalo Sabres in a blockbuster deal, thus ending the saga between him and Avalanche management over the past couple of seasons. The recent acquisition of Carl Soderberg and hefty contract demands of O’Reilly seemed to make this result inevitable, and the Avalanche will move forward without…...

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