Sunday, October 21, 2018

Tag: Carl Soderberg

Five Takeaways from the Avs 3-2 meltdown loss to the Flames

The Avs started on fire but cooled off completely as the game went on, resulting in a loss. Our five takeaways take you deeper into the game.

Avs Weekly Stock Report: Varlamov looks sharp in net during pair...

While Philipp Grubauer may be the new fan favorite, Semyon Varlamov has been the Avs' best goaltender so far.

Avs rally to earn a point, but lose third consecutive overtime...

Unlike the previous two games, the Avs will probably take the extra point this time and be happy with it, given the way they played.

Frei: Avalanche’s Matt Nieto still thanking grandpa for that first stick...

When Matt Nieto was a kid in hockey-crazed Long Beach -- OK, the hockey-crazed part isn't true -- his grandfather bought him a mini-hockey...

Frei: Swedish center Carl Soderberg goes from Avalanche albatross to asset

Going into this season, veteran Avalanche center Carl Soderberg had one of the NHL's major "albatross" contracts. His five-year, $23.75 million deal, signed with...

Avalanche top Islanders, send 2017 out with a bang

The Colorado Avalanche ended 2017 with an exclamation point, defeating New York 6-1 at Pepsi Center.

Avs and Coyotes throw down, 12 Avs collect points in rout

Following the same win-loss pattern of late, the Colorado Avalanche bounced back from a road loss in Los Angeles to dismantle the Coyotes in Arizona, 6-2.

Avalanche buries Panthers on the road

The Colorado Avalanche knows how to bounce back and make a statement.

Avs best Red Wings in OT thriller

After suffering a tough loss in Nashville on Saturday night, the Colorado Avalanche bounced back in glorious fashion on Sunday at Detroit in an instant classic, overtime thriller.

This time a year ago, the wheels fell off

A year ago at this time, Mayor Michael Hancock wasn't asking aides to start planning the Stanley Cup parade, but the Avalanche at least was competitive and seemed capable of at least being in the hunt for a playoff spot most of the season -- and perhaps even sneak in.