Despite an overtime loss to the Carolina Hurricanes, the Colorado Avalanche are showing real improvement

At 2-3, there's no reason for the Avs to start panicking, but it is time for them to start buckling down

A difficult road schedule throughout the next 22 games makes what should be a run-of-the-mill pair of games now a critical homestand

The Colorado Avalanche have gotten off to a rocky start. Here are three things they need to improve on if they plan on remaining in playoff contention

Reto Berra certainly played well, but there are many factors at hand in the results for the Avalanche this past weekend.

Colorado Avalanche goaltender Reto Berra has looked solid through his two consecutive starts, while the veteran Semyon Varlamov has struggled at times

The Nosebleed Section on Mile High Sports Radio reminded Avs fans last night that Patrick Roy's players are still in the process of learning how to play together, they'll get better with time

Peyton Manning will be saved, the Baseball gods will spare no wrath and a congregation could be divided if these three bold predictions play out

Cody McLeod, John Mitchell and Jack Skille are playing so well, Avalanche head coach Patrick Roy is reluctant to call them his "fourth line"
Avalanche can't start to panic now

After a very up-and-down start to the Avs' season, Wednesday night's 6-2 loss to the Boston Bruins was a whole lot of down