The Colorado Avalanche joined the Buffalo Sabres of 2013-14 as the only teams in the shootout era to post at least 51 regulation losses in the NHL.
The Avalanche will head to a land far, far away for a pair of games next season. For captain Gabriel Landeskog however, they will still be home games.
After a defensive collapse in the third, the Avalanche fell to the Oilers, 7-4. Rookie forward Mikko Rantanen, was perhaps the lone bright spot of the night.
For the second time in three games, the Colorado Avalanche surrendered five goals in the third period, this time to the Edmonton Oilers.
As it turns out, defensemen stick together at DU. Pioneers alumnus and current Avalanche Patrick Wiercioch gave his endorsement for DU captain Will Butcher
Many athletes in the Mile High City have dogs. That being said, there is only one team in Colorado that has a canine companion to call their own.
Former Avalanche and current Capitals defenseman Kevin Shattenkirk gave Colorado hockey a vote of confidence today, just not the abysmal NHL team.
"We’re the worst team in 20 years and that falls on first and foremost, the top players on this team,” Johnson told the Denver Post.
Despite offensive drive from John Mitchell, the Avs couldn't muster enough firepower to satiate their hunger against the Blues.
The third period again proved to be Colorado's undoing on Tuesday night as the Avalanche surrendered three goals in the final frame.