Wednesday, November 14, 2018

Tag: Erik Johnson

Takeaways from the Avs’ 4-1 defeat at the hands of Nashville

The Avs lost in heartbreaking fashion to the Predators on Wednesday night; we give you five big-time takeaways from the game.

Avalanche Training Camp Preview: Best Blueline in Years

A breakdown of the defensive group heading into camp

Grading the Avs Offseason

Breaking down the Avs offseason move by move

What to expect from Colorado’s top young defensemen moving forward

Criticize the defense all you want, but give them a little more time and they could be one of the league's better defensive groups.

Frei: It ain’t over for the Avs ’til … it’s over

Think of the Predators without Pekka Rinne and P.K. Subban. It is reasonable to ponder it as a bit of comparative whimsy, not as an alibi or rationalization.

Frei: It’s not up to Bernier alone, but Avs’ best shot...

Bernier's numbers in the series are awful, but in the postseason the sample size is small and the slate starts fresh each night.

Why the Avalanche can survive the rocky road ahead of them

With key veterans out, the Avalanche will need the depth of their roster to reach the playoffs for first time since 2014.

3rd period meltdown haunts Avs in 4-1 loss to Vegas

Colorado Avalanche lose the second game of home-and-home series to the Vegas Golden Knights

Varlamov powers the Avs to 5-1 victory over Blackhawks

The Colorado Avalanche win their third straight road game Tuesday night against the Chicago Blackhawks

Varlamov has thrived in MacKinnon’s shadow

Nathan MacKinnon is getting all the spotlight -- and deservingly so -- but goaltender Semyon Varlamov has quietly been a huge part of the Avalanche's success over the past month of play.