Columbus defenseman David Savard scored with just over one minute to pull his team ahead and beat the Colorado Avalanche 4-3
Jarome Iginla scored career goal number 613 off a rebound to even the score early in the first period, but that was all the offense Colorado could muster.
“It was a tough year on so many levels, but I have a funny feeling that we might bounce back a little sooner than people think,” Kroenke said.
Joe Sakic has made it clear that addressing the blueline is a top priority for the Avalanche, and these five free agent defensemen could help.
With the NHL announcing that Las Vegas will be the next city to receive a team, ESPN writers and designers had some fun redesigning NHL logos.
Joe Sakic has yet to settle into the Independence Day weekend. Quite the contrary, in fact. Super Joe has been busy making moves, bringing five new players into the Avalanche organization.
"We didn't support each other like we should have or like we did in the first period. Just keep it simple, work hard," Andrighetto said.
Colorado came back with a wild and wooly third period. Our five takeaways from the game.
Avalanche GM Joe Sakic's leverage in any potential Matt Duchene trade vanished on the first day of training camp.
The winning streak comes to an end, as the Colorado Avalanche fell to the Washington Capitals to close out the four-game road trip.