Nathan Mackinnon continues to produce offensively as Colorado Avalanche slide down Central Division standings after loss to Buffalo Sabres.
The Colorado Avalanche face their first home losing-streak of the season in 7-2 beatdown by the Dallas Stars.
The Avs have proven that they mesh better than the previous season's squad, but still find themselves in a familiar position in the standings.
On Friday the NHL named MacKinnon its No. 1 star for the month.
The Avalanche are breaking the mold of organizational issues that span multiple decades. This current team could be the start of sustained success.
The impressive home record continues for the Colorado Avalanche after beating Central Division foe, the Winnipeg Jets Wednesday night at Pepsi Center.
Tyson Jost, J.T. Compher and Alex Kerfoot are confident their new line combination will be a beauty.
The suspension is Landeskog's third in three seasons, each for the same transgression; he's earning a reputation for this kind of play, and he needs to be more cognizant of how he approaches those in-game battles.
The Colorado Avalanche's unbeaten streak at Pepsi Center ends at five after a loss to the Calgary Flames Saturday night.