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The Colorado Avalanche flew off for a Swedish adventure after the big Duchene trade and while they didn’t earn as many points as they wanted, there was plenty of good to go with the bad in the past week. THE GOOD 1. The Colorado Avalanche showed they could still play a competitive game without Matt Duchene. Is this important? Definitely.…...

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The question to Conor Timmins: How did it go out there in your first pro game of any kind? Before the kid who just turned 19 Monday could answer, veteran Erik Johnson, sitting in the next stall over, said “He was the best D out there.” On a night when the Colorado Avalanche lost a 4-1 preseason opener against the…...

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Rampage Rewind: Week 7—Nov. 20-Nov. 26, 2015 Last week is one the Rampage would like to forget. Close games, lost leads and failed comeback attempts plagued the team all week, and the resulting four-game losing streak has to be weighing heavily on the team. The Week in Review Games The Ontario Reign came on strong and netted three goals…...

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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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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 guys…...

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Since the retirement of Patrick Roy in 2003, the goaltender position has often been filled by players with a great many questions. From David Aebischer and Jose Theodore to the painful Peter Budaj/Andrew Raycroft tandem and through the drama of Craig Anderson’s short tenure to the now bright future and stability Semyon Varlamov has brought, goaltending has been in…...

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Part of the intrigue in the Entry Draft in any sport is not only getting a glimpse of the future of a sport but the fascinating truth that not all drafts are created equally. Sometimes you have a draft with a handful of exceptional players, such as this upcoming draft this June where Connor McDavid and Jack Eichel are two…...

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