Saturday, October 22, 2016

Five players the Colorado Avalanche should be targeting with their first pick

With the 10th-overal pick in the draft, the Avs have a lot of different directions they could go, but these five prospects should be at the top of their list

Summer daydreams sometimes lead to salivating about several more championships

This is a sports dream. Specifically, a Denver sports one. The Broncos winning Super Bowl 50 was so sweet that Will Petersen is ready for more.

Takeaways from the Colorado Avalanche’s 2016-17 schedule

The Colorado Avalanche released their 2016-17 schedule on Tuesday and it features some quality games, including the home opener against Dallas
Joe Sakic and Patrick Roy

The hot seat could lead to drastic decisions on Joe Sakic and Patrick Roy’s...

Joe Sakic and Patrick Roy know they have to win right now, and that sort of pressure could lead them to make a decision they might end up regretting

Five defensemen the Avalanche need to be considering in this year’s draft

The Colorado Avalanche have made it a point of emphasis to improve their defense for the last few years, and it needs to continue in next week's draft

Five players that may be on the move from the Colorado Avalanche’s core

The Colorado Avalanche might make a major splash in the trade market. Here are five players from their core that might be moved.

Should the Avalanche trade Matt Duchene?

Jeremy Jerez joins The Press Box Insider to discuss whether or not trading Matt Duchene is the right thing to do.
Tyson Barrie

Avalanche GM Joe Sakic rebuffs rumors that Tyson Barrie is on the block

With Tyson Barrie facing restricted free agency, rumors have swirled about his long-term future in Colorado; GM Joe Sakic says he isn't going anywhere

LOOK: ESPN gives Colorado Avalanche a redesigned Las Vegas logo

With the NHL announcing that Las Vegas will be the next city to receive a team, ESPN writers and designers had some fun redesigning NHL logos.

Penguins’ playoff performance proves Avalanche’s aggressive attack could work

Surprisingly enough, the team that the Colorado Avalanche most closely resembles stylistically is the newly-crowned Stanley Cup champion Pittsburgh Penguins.