Sunday, February 19, 2017

MORNING MINUTE: Let the scrutiny begin

Nate Lundy and Shawn Drotar of 5280 Sports Network believe this could be one of the most scrutinized coaching staffs the Broncos have ever had.

HIGHLIGHTS: Avs offense wakes up, but defense can’t contain Hawks

The Avalanche have begun to work their way out of their scoring funk, but that didn't translate to a win on Tuesday night against Chicago at Pepsi Center.

Joe Sakic, Uwe Krupp and Teemu Selanne to be inducted into IIHF Hall of...

The 2017 IIHF Hall of Fame Induction Ceremony is scheduled to take place on May 21 in Cologne, Germany, on the final day of the IIHF World Championship.
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17 burning Colorado sports questions for 2017

Want to know what kind of year it’s going to be in Denver? Depending on how you weigh in, 2017 will be defined by your answers (and their accuracy).

HIGHLIGHTS: Cody McLeod socks it to Avs in first game with Predators

Cody McLeod logged a fight and a goal skating with his new club, Nashville, who was in Denver on Saturday to take on the Avalanche.

Colorado Avalanche trade enforcer Cody McLeod to the Nashville Predators

On Friday, the Avalanche made their first move, shipping popular pugilist Cody McLeod to the Nashville Predators in exchange for forward Felix Girard.

HIGHLIGHTS: MacKinnon’s beauty not enough as Avs fall 4-1 to Anaheim

MacKinnon's lone, unassisted tally was the only point the offense-starved Avalanche could muster as Colorado notched loss number 26 on the season.

Avalanche asking a lot in return for captain Gabriel Landeskog

Trade rumors have begun to surround Avs forward Gabriel Landeskog. Even if they are willing to the captain, it isn't like they will just give him away.

Nathan MacKinnon is the Avalanche’s lone representative on All-Star roster

On Tuesday, MacKinnon was named to his first career All-Star game. He currently leads the Avalanche in scoring, with 27 points in 39 games.

The “core” isn’t the Avalanche’s problem, it’s the supporting cast

By going big and trying to be more physical, the Avalanche slowed down the very thing that got it to the playoffs in 2013-14 - its speed.