Saturday, October 1, 2016
Bob Hartley

Bob Hartley would be a bad choice behind the bench for the Avalanche

The Colorado Avalanche need to find a head coach, and while Bob Hartley might be the easy answer, he's most definitely the wrong one

Avalanche bolster their depth on the right side with Ben Smith signing

Though he suddenly has his hands full off the ice, Colorado Avalanche general manager Joe Sakic still found the time to address the organization's on-ice needs.
Colorado Avalanche

The Colorado Avalanche need an answer in net

Last year, the Colorado Avalanche relied on a three-headed monster in net, and there's not much more long-term clarity heading into the 2016-17 season
Colorado Avalanche

The Colorado Avalanche have issues

Patrick Roy stepping down prior to the season beginning is another example of how the Colorado Avalanche just don't seem to get it these days.
Patrick Roy

Patrick Roy needed total control, the Avalanche were smart not to give it to...

At the end of the day, Patrick Roy wanted total control over his roster. The Avalanche weren't willing to give him that, and they were right not to

RAPID REACT: Denver reacts to Patrick Roy’s decision to step down

With Patrick Roy stepping down as head coach so close to the start of the season, he's left Avalanche fans asking, "What next?"
Patrick Roy

BREAKING: Patrick Roy steps down as Avalanche head coach

After three seasons as the head coach of the Colorado Avalanche, Patrick Roy has announced that he will be stepping down immediately

Colorado Avalanche set date for annual Burgundy/White Game

Before the Colorado Avalanche face off against the rest of the NHL during the 2016-2017 season, they will play amongst themselves in the Burgundy/White Game

Gabriel Landeskog speaks out about concussions and awareness

Avalanche captain Gabriel Landeskog knows firsthand the impact a concussion can have on a young athlete, which is why he's talking openly about them.

Rising star Tyson Barrie talks young talent, Avs’ playoff sights

The Avalanche have been away from the postseason for the past two seasons, but young talent and hunger give reason for springtime hockey in Denver