Monday, February 20, 2017

HIGHLIGHTS: Avalanche score three in the third in comeback win

The Colorado Avalanche scored three goals in the third period to erase a two-goal deficit and defeat the Wild 3-2 in Minnesota Saturday night.

MORNING MINUTE: Is it time to shake up the Avalanche?

The Avs lost a close one last night. When does Sakic seriously consider trading away some of his young talent to address other areas of the team?

HIGHLIGHTS: Avs can’t dig out of big hole despite MacKinnon’s big night

Nathan MacKinnon had a shorthanded goal and an assist, but it was not enough to overcome an early 3-0 deficit in Dallas on Thursday.

HIGHLIGHTS: Varlamov strong again, Avs offense wakes up versus Kings

Colorado skated to a 4-1 victory behind a strong performance by Semyon Varlamov. It was the first time in 12 games the Avs scored more than three goals.

HIGHLIGHTS: Varlamov’s 44 saves not enough in loss to Boston

Despite suffering the loss, Semyon Varlamov was named the game's first star as he single-handedly kept Colorado in the game until the end.

Though the rest of the Avs looked flat, A.J. Greer was solid in his...

It wasn't a stellar performance from the Colorado Avalanche on Sunday night, but forward A.J. Greer was a bright spot in his first NHL game

Rene Bourque’s strong play has provided an unexpected boost to the Avalanche

For fans of the Colorado Avalanche, seeing R. Bourque scribed across scoresheets may be all too familiar. No, not just for those relishing in the nostalgia of the “glory days,” but on this year’s squad as well.

It took some time, but Mikko Rantanen finally has his first NHL goal

It took Mikko Rantanen 17 games to get the monkey off of his back, but finally the 20-year-old Finn had his first NHL goal on Friday

Duchene injury dampens Avalanche’s win over the Jets

The Colorado Avalanche were happy to grab a win on Friday against the Winnipeg Jets, but their excitement was dampened by the injury to Matt Duchene

HIGHLIGHTS: Avalanche win in OT on own goal

Rene Bourque was credited with the game-winner, but it was the Jets' Nikolaj Ehlers errant pass slipped that handed Colorado the win.