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
The Avs opening day roster is officially set and the bottom six is starting to take shape with the only true rookie looking to be Ben Meyers. Can he succeed in the NHL alongside veterans like Cogliano, Compher, and more? https://youtu.be/WAX0IP2A-OI
It’s hard to argue against the Avs’ defense as the best in the league and somehow they may be poised to have an even better season than the last. With pieces like Byram and Girard ready to ascend it could become one of the greatest defenses ever. https://youtu.be/UX_9v7_9xAo
The Avs biggest question mark to start the 2022-23 season may be in goal. With both Georgiev and Francouz unproven as a starting goaltender someone will have to step up and earn the job. https://youtu.be/VZNpAa0W8H4
The Avs look poised to dominate the Central division for a third straight year but have any of the other teams closed the gap? And who will win the Connor Bedard sweepstakes? https://youtu.be/DrNse8Yv9W8
In the quickly changing landscape of the Pacific division, Alberta looks to be in the driver’s seat but which teams are in the playoff picture? Can the California teams be relevant or will we see the younger teams take a step? https://youtu.be/cO0VEDgpAUo
The Panthers, Lightning, and Leafs remain the teams to beat in the Atlantic but could we see these teams take a step back this season or will they continue to control the East? https://youtu.be/v-GjIOE_Iek
With the season one week away it’s time to start previewing the NHL divisions. The Metro may see little change but a few up-and-coming teams could shake things up. https://youtu.be/p5cPpm-K-_Q
The Avs season begins tomorrow, and while the defense won’t be at full power for opening night, the defense that has been built is hard to argue with. One final beast of a preview before it’s back into the fray. https://youtu.be/oIHTcheLo9A
The Three-Headed-Monster could be poised for one of the best years of hockey seen in a long, long, time. Will the Era of Mikko arrive? Will MacKinnon finally break 100 points? Who is even capable of stopping this line? All that and more in the top line season preview. https://youtu.be/Rq4g2BdPav4
With two spots virtually set in stone on the Avs second line, Colorado is going to need everything they can get out of Nazem Kadri and Andre Burakovsky. The one remaining spot may just fall to the hand of the least experienced player on the roster. https://youtu.be/T7o5nIr4kEk
With a bottom-six that is still not entirely set, questions remain about who slots in where on the Avs third line. While flexibility will be necessary the Avs will look to lean on the same players they used last season to elevate their depth. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=8ARC46P2hGg
The Avs have some unfinished business to attend after yet another second-round exit last season. With the start of the season right around the corner DNVR Avs kicks off their season preview with the goaltenders and asks the question, can Darcy Kuemper be the man in Colorado? https://youtu.be/_P1q5mzW5t8
Adam Mares, Harrison Wind and Brendan Vogt preview the Nuggets season by first examining how Denver plans to use Michael Porter Jr. at the beginning of the year and what the rookie’s comments at practice Tuesday said about his state of mind entering the season. Also, the guys play what are the odds about miscellaneous Nuggets topics and give their…
Gary Harris arrived back in Denver ahead of this season with a new ‘do and a lot to prove after a 2018-19 campaign that was marred with injuries. Can he rebound this season and avoid the nagging injuries that led to an underwhelming year? Adam Mares and Harrison Wind discuss how the Nuggets can manage Harris’ minutes throughout the regular…...
Nikola Jokic watched helplessly from the bench in the fourth quarter of an early March matchup against the Mavericks as his Nuggets fought for their playoff lives. With just four points to his name, Jokic exited what would go down as one of Denver’s worst losses of the season with 3:38 left in the third quarter and did not return.…...