Wednesday, December 7, 2016

Jared Bednar has no easy task as Patrick Roy’s replacement

Between replacing a legend and inspiring an underachieving team, Jared Bednar has a tough task in his first NHL head coaching job.

Jared Bednar expects Avs to take another step forward in their development

New Avalanche head coach Jared Bednar inherits a team he calls "young and experienced," one he believes he can help develop further.

Jared Bednar announced as Colorado Avalanche head coach

Two weeks after Patrick Roy left his job as head coach of the Colorado Avalanche, the team has named Jared Bednar as his replacement

WATCH: Avs coaching search, Rockies slide and Broncos countdown

Avs need a coach. Rockies can't win. Broncos inch closer. Nate Lundy and Shawn Drotar recap the top three stories for the morning of August 25, 2016.
Joe Sakic

Breaking through the Avalanche’s secretive coaching search

The Colorado Avalanche have remained silent during their coaching search, but the Denver Post's Terry Frei was able to gain insight into their potential targets
Colorado Avalanche, Colorado Avalanche fans, Pepsi Center

Avs may be nearing a decision on a coach but the days are going...

Colorado is less than a month out from the semi-official start to the NHL season and still without a head coach.

Eleven coaching candidates that could make sense for the Avalanche

With Patrick Roy jumping ship so close to the start of the season, the Colorado Avalanche have to move quickly. Here are 11 candidates for the vacant job
Bob Hartley

Bob Hartley would be a bad choice behind the bench for the Avalanche

The Colorado Avalanche need to find a head coach, and while Bob Hartley might be the easy answer, he's most definitely the wrong one

Avalanche bolster their depth on the right side with Ben Smith signing

Though he suddenly has his hands full off the ice, Colorado Avalanche general manager Joe Sakic still found the time to address the organization's on-ice needs.
Colorado Avalanche

The Colorado Avalanche need an answer in net

Last year, the Colorado Avalanche relied on a three-headed monster in net, and there's not much more long-term clarity heading into the 2016-17 season