In his first appearance since being traded from Vancouver, Alex Burrows led the Ottawa Senators to a 2-1 home win over the Colorado Avalanche on Thursday.
Currently in Washington D.C. with several other mayors to discuss their priorities, Mayor Michael B. Hancock found the time to pose with an old friend.
"This offseason, we free up some cap space and we’re going to try keep getting younger and faster, that’s what we’re going to do," Joe Sakic said.
"It gives him an opportunity to try and compete for the Stanley Cup," Sakic said. "It’s something that we felt was the right thing to do for Jarome."
"I don’t have to make any major moves," said Avalanche general manager Joe Sakic. "I think that’s the big thing: I like my players."
Able to play center or wing, Andrighetto's best quality is his elite speed. A two-way forward, he competes hard, but isn't overly physical.
On Wednesday, the Colorado Avalanche traded Iginla to the Los Angeles Kings in exchange for a conditional fourth-round pick in the 2018 NHL Entry Draft.
Avalanche acquire goalie Joe Cannata and forward Brendan Ranford in two separate deals in exchange for forward Joe Whitney and defenseman Cody Corbett.
Colorado put 32 shots on goal, challenging Steve Mason with double-digit attempts in each period, but couldn't strike pay dirt in a 4-0 loss.
Though most of the team could likely be had for the right price, four names continue to pop up most: Duchene, Landeskog, Iginla and Beauchemin.