Tuesday, September 25, 2018
World Championship

Martinsen, Berra and Lindholm also heading to World Championship

The already extensive contingent of Avs players heading to Russia for the World Championship continued to grow over the last week, as an additional three players were added to their nation's respective rosters.
Gabriel Landeskog

Gabriel Landeskog isn’t looking for any silver linings

At some point, the Avalanche will look back on this season and pick out the positives, but right now Gabriel Landeskog isn't looking for any silver linings

LOOK: Avalanche, adidas reveal new jersey for 2017-18 season

The adidas design team worked with the Colorado Avalanche to create a modern uniform design inspired by the team’s inaugural 1995 uniform.

Avalanche front office gets busy with trades and acquisitions

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.

A toast to the Old Boys Club

With the dismissal of Pablo Mastroeni from his duties on Tuesday, the days of former players leading the teams in Denver has come to a close.

Avalanche announces trio of signings

The Colorado Avalanche Hockey Club announced today that the team has signed goaltender Joe Cannata and forward Scott Kosmachuk to one-year contracts for the 2018-19 campaign and signed forward Sheldon Dries to a one-year entry-level contract.

Four things the Avalanche need to address this summer

The Colorado Avalanche keys to the offseason

Former Avalanche winger Marek Svatos passes away at 34

Former Colorado Avalanche winger Marek Svatos died on Saturday in Lone Tree, according to multiple reports. Svatos was 34.

Avs take big step toward getting back to hockey

It may be just a minor detail but the Avalanche and the crew at Pepsi Center took an important step on Tuesday to get ready for the 2015-16 season

Frei: Wait … Haven’t we heard this before about the Avalanche net?

I actually think the best stories for the Avalanche in 2018-19 would be Nathan MacKinnon proving his Hart Trophy-caliber season was a breakout and not a one-year fluke; the other young talent continuing to improve; and that Varlamov defying the doubters, coming back strong from the knee injury and avoiding any recurrences of his infamous groin issues.