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In this edition of the BSN Avalanche Weekly Breakdown, presented by Bender’s Bar and Grill, Allie Monroy and Adrian Dater break down the Colorado Avalanche’s upcoming matchups against the Senators and the Wild. They also discuss the return of Matt Duchene and what is to be expected as well as some positives thing to take away from Wednesday’s loss to...

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In a wild game, the Colorado Avalanche fell 6-5 to the visiting Tampa Bay Lightning. How did each player perform in a barn-burner in downtown Denver? Let’s find out! Sven Andrighetto (C) – He was okay tonight, making some solid small plays along the way. He’s an important part of the secondary scoring the Avs so badly need so he needs...

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TAMPA – I think I saw your next Stanley Cup winners Thursday night and, sorry folks, don’t think it’s the Colorado Avalanche. If that’s the way the Tampa Bay Lightning will keep playing, then I think the Penguins’ two-year reign is over and the Cup engraver can start learning all its tough-to-spell Russian player names already. Wow, the Lightning is good....

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Quick and easy. Jonathan Drouin has requested a trade from the Tampa Bay Lightning. Patrick Roy is known to be a big fan of Drouin. Should the Avalanche pursue him? Cole: No team in the NHL should be more interested in Jonathan Drouin than the Colorado Avalanche. Chemistry is a funny thing at the NHL level and we’ve watched Patrick...

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(Click Here for Full Size Image) As teams settled into the salary cap era, the league slowly transitioned into what it is today. Gone are the times where a single strategy would almost guarantee a win.  Yes, drafting is still very important (not to mention the basis for all of the Chicago and LA Cup wins), but trade or trade/UFA teams...

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(Click Here for Full Size Image) If the early 1990s set the groundwork for the 2005 lockout, it was the team building strategies of the late ’90s and early ’00s that cemented it.  The high spending ways of the Rangers and Penguins were nothing in comparison to what the second half of the decade wrought. Although mired in the trap-crazed...

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At the end of the 2014 NHL season, the Avalanche and Lightning were a mirrored pair. Both teams were young, talented, and playoff surprises thanks to the explosive offense generated by their young stars. Both teams suffered disappointing first round losses thanks to a lack of defensive talent and depth. Even the team’s general managers were a matching pair: two...

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