Wednesday, August 24, 2016

Avalanche and Tyson Barrie agree to terms before arbitration decision

Colorado and its top-scoring defenseman came to terms on a four-year contract just hours before a salary arbitration decision was due.

Salary Arbitration Preview: How much is Tyson Barrie worth?

Later this week, the Colorado Avalanche and Tyson Barrie are scheduled to enter arbitration, but what is the Avs defenseman actually worth?
Mikhail Grigorenko

Avalanche avoid arbitration, ink Mikhail Grigorenko to a one-year deal

With Grigorenko under contract, and having signed defenseman Duncan Siemens to a one-year, two-way deal last week, the Avalanche have only one restricted free agent remaining in defenseman Tyson Barrie.

Colorado Avalanche announce minor league affiliation with Colorado Eagles

The Colorado Avalanche will have a new ECHL affiliate in 2016, and they're closer to home.

Salary Arbitration Preview: How much is Mikhail Grigorenko worth?

The Colorado Avalanche and Mikhail Grigorenko will enter arbitration on Friday, but how much is the Russian forward worth? That's what we went to find out

Colorado Avalanche hire Nolan Pratt as an assistant coach

On Saturday, the Avalanche announced the addition of Nolan Pratt to their coaching staff, where he will join Tim Army and Dave Farrish behind the bench as an assistant under Roy.

LOOK: Pokémon are popping up all over the Pepsi Center

With the nation in search of wild Pokémon, make sure you head over to the Pepsi Center, where a group has recently been spotted
Development Camp

Five takeaways from the Colorado Avalanche’s Development Camp

The Colorado Avalanche just wrapped up their Development Camp, and here are five things you need to know
arbitration hearings

Dates set for Tyson Barrie and Mikhail Grigorenko’s arbitration hearings

The future of Tyson Barrie and Mikhail Grigorenko in Colorado will be decided by the end of the month, with arbitration dates set for late July

Nathan MacKinnon becomes Avalanche’s highest-paid player with 7-year pact

When the Colorado Avalanche drafted Nathan MacKinnon first overall in the 2013 NHL Entry Draft, they did so with the hope that he would develop into a franchise center. As of Friday, he will at least be paid like one.