Wednesday, October 18, 2017

Q&A: Colorado Avalanche captain Gabriel Landeskog

The Avalanche captain previews the 2017-18 season and the Avs' upcoming trip to Landeskog's native Sweden as part of the NHL Global Series.

Avs have a devil of a time with Butcher, New Jersey

Will Butcher had three assists against the club that drafted him, leading New Jersey to a 4-1 victory on Saturday afternoon.

Even Erik: Avs defenseman Erik Johnson is poised for a bounce-back season

After an injury shortened his season and played a big part in the Avs' down year, Erik Johnson and his squad are ready to rebound in 2017-18.

Semyon Varlamov stands tall to deliver opening-night win

Colorado defeated the New York Rangers 4-2 on the back of a dominant performance by Semyon Varlamov.

Looking for signs of improvement in Avalanche’s Broadway opener

A revamped Avalanche roster debuts in New York; here's what to watch for under the bright lights of the Big Apple.

From 1 to 23 — a breakdown of every Avalanche player

The Avalanche season-opener is upon us, and coach Jared Bednar's 23-man roster is set. Hosts J.J. Jerez and Zach Fogg analyze each and every player that will wear a Colorado sweater.

Rebound Shot: The Avs are convinced they can compete

Coming off the worst season in the NHL's shootout era, there's reason for optimism at Pepsi Center.

Sakic reinvents Avalanche roster for 2017-18 season, adding youth and speed

The Colorado Avalanche were desperate to improve its last-place roster. This year's 23-man unit includes youth and speed that better fits with GM Joe Sakic's vision.

Avalanche blueline gets a boost with addition of Nemeth

Avalanche land a bargain by claiming experienced Swedish defenseman Patrik Nemeth from Dallas.

Finding a proper linemate is crucial for Yakupov’s success

In order for former first-overall pick Nail Yakupov to thrive, it's vital for the Avalanche to find a suitable linemate for him. Fortunately, the young roster provides plenty of options.