Saturday, June 24, 2017

Broadcaster Colby Cohen talks Pioneers, previews National Championship

"It’s hard to bet against Denver right now," Cohen, who will be calling the game, told Sean Walsh and T.J. Carpenter. "They’re fun to watch."

Avalanche rookie Tyson Jost notches first career goal in loss to the Wild

Just one week after the Avalanche decided to give him a shot, Tyson Jost is already making waves in a Colorado uniform after scoring in Thursday's game.

Avalanche end home slate on a low note after questionable call

Despite what looked to be a solid game-tying goal late in the last period, the refs ruled against the Avs as the Wild went on to win on Thursday night.

Recovering from surgeries on both hips, Varlamov expects to be ready for camp

“Right now, it’s just a long rehab," Varlamov said on Thursday. "Rehab is going very well. I’m sure the problem is behind [me]."

Avalanche prospects Butcher and Morrison set to battle in Frozen Four

Pioneers defenseman Will Butcher figures to log major minutes, and will likely draw several shifts against the Irish's top line, which features Cam Morrison.

Duchene feels NHL’s Olympic decision is ‘posturing,’ proclaims ‘it’s not over’

"It’s not over," Duchene told Mile HIgh Sports. "I think it’s a posturing move. I think, hopefully now, the real talks can start."

Mikko Rantanen day-to-day after being hit with puck in pregame skate

Also currently out with lower-body injuries are forward Blake Comeau and rookie defenseman Anton Lindholm.

HIGHLIGHTS: Johnson caps big Avs comeback with OT winner

Erik Johnson scored the overtime game-winner in a 4-3 comeback victory over the top-seeded Chicago Blackhawks.

Avalanche stun Blackhawks in come-from-behind OT win

Thanks to a sudden-death goal for an embattled Erik Johnson, the Avs stunned the league-leading Blackhawks on Tuesday night.

Olympics wouldn’t play by the NHL’s rules, so NHL isn’t playing in Olympics

It's all about money with the NHL brass. The Olympics are about goodwill, unity and fairplay. The two sides were bound to clash.