Wednesday, October 16, 2019

Abundance of centers proves advantageous for Colorado Avalanche

With a healthy lineup, the Colorado Avalanche have a lot of players capable of playing center, helping the Avs in several areas during recent wins.

Avs win at Rangers cause for celebration and slight concern

Semyon Varlamov and Matt Duchene led an Avs win in New York, but there were at least two reasons for concern in the big victory.
Colorado Avalanche need to close

Colorado Avalanche top line is supported by roster depth

Matt Duchene, Nathan MacKinnon and Gabriel Landeskog are being leaned on for offensive production. It is their teammates that are allowing their success.
NHL's Third Star of November

Matt Duchene’s historic month earns him NHL’s Third Star of November

Matt Duchene was named the NHL's Third Star of November, highlighting his historic month

Semyon Varlamov looking to regain confidence and wins for Colorado Avalanche

In what has been a tough beginning of the season for both the Avalanche and goaltender Semyon Varlamov, confidence is still an important issue.

Falling behind becoming the name of the game for Avalanche

Whether its in the standings or in individual games, the Colorado Avalanche are falling behind opponents too early to hope for a comeback.

Colorado Avalanche vs. Ottawa Senators: Altitude adjustment for both teams

The Colorado Avalanche play their first game at home after the long seven-game trip. The Senators are in town on their second game in as many nights.

Win in Winnipeg shows some consistency for the Colorado Avalanche

Better goaltender play and better shot production will mean more consistency for the Colorado Avalanche.

Colorado Avalanche penalty kill is killing their chances

Special teams has been a major factor for the Colorado Avalanche for better and for worse.
Nathan MacKinnon wants a long-term extension

REPORT: Nathan MacKinnon wants a long-term extension with the Avalanche

Nathan MacKinnon wants a long-term extension, and the Avalanche should give it to him