Sunday, June 25, 2017


Avs’ recent first-round picks have yielded mixed results

With the draft just around the corner it’s time to take a peek at how the Avalanche’s recent first round picks have fared in the league.

Little consensus in NHL mock drafts for Avs at pick No. 4

Colorado ranked dead last in the league in goals scored and goals allowed last year, so any pick they make has the chance to improve their productivity.

LOOK: Avalanche, adidas reveal new jersey for 2017-18 season

The adidas design team worked with the Colorado Avalanche to create a modern uniform design inspired by the team’s inaugural 1995 uniform.



Avalanche to open and close preseason against Vegas

Colorado bookends the preseason against the expansion franchise, closing out the preseason schedule in Las Vegas on Sept. 28.

Adventures in Social Media: Exploring, the digital frontier and Colorado’s top athletes

Social Media gives athletes, including who call Colorado home, a unique way to share their adventurous spirit with fans around the world.

Avs’ Gabriel Landeskog was really, really excited after winning IIHF gold

Following Sweden's 2-1 shootout victory in the IIHF worlds gold medal game, Landeskog was so excited he dropped some potentially NSFW language.
Peyton Manning won't be announcing

Second Season Success: Tracking Colorado’s playoff presence

Since the year 2000, Colorado’s top pro teams have made the playoffs an astounding 55 percent of the time.

Rafterwatch 2017: Colorado Avalanche

Adam Foote (2013) was the last Avalanche player to have his jersey retired. Could another Colorado captain be next in line?

Tyson Jost: Mom means everything to me

"I had a special childhood," Tyson Jost told Mile High Sports. "Obviously, I had a single mom, and she means everything to me."

Colorado Avalanche ink blueliner Andrei Mironov to entry-level deal

It has looked to be coming for some time. Now it is official. Defenseman Andrei Mironov will be taking his talents to North America next season.

Landeskog buries GWG for Sweden, Canada stays undefeated

Yet another day of action is in the books at the IIHF World Championship. Yet again, some Colorado Avalanche players had a hand in the results.
Tyson Barrie

Horseplay in hotel room led to defenseman Tyson Barrie’s injury

Luckily for both Barrie and the Colorado Avalanche (his NHL team), the injury is not believed to be serious. He was sent home for "precautionary reasons."

Tyson Barrie heading home from World Championship due to injury

Colorado Avalanche defenseman Tyson Barrie was off to a torrid start for Canada at the World Championship. Now, his run has come to a screeching halt.