Wednesday, April 24, 2019

Tag: Mikko Rantanen

Mikko Rantanen shines in Colorado Avalanche’s loss to Edmonton Oilers

After a defensive collapse in the third, the Avalanche fell to the Oilers, 7-4. Rookie forward Mikko Rantanen, was perhaps the lone bright spot of the night.

HIGHLIGHTS: Peter Budaj helps deliver record-tying win over Avs

Budaj made 24 saves on 25 shots Tuesday to secure head coach Darryl Sutter's 215 win as head coach of the Los Angeles Kings.

Avalanche lose Nikita Zadorov for the season due to fractured ankle

In this lost 2016-17 campaign, the Avalanche took another hit on Monday; losing the heavy-hitting Nikita Zadorov for the season to a fractured ankle.

Thunderstruck by Tampa Bay, Avalanche must explore change

To improve, to get consistent performances, the Avalanche need to accept the status of their team and, with an eye on the future, finally pull the trigger.

HIGHLIGHTS: Drouin strikes for Lightning in OT at Pepsi Center

The Avalanche were hoping lightning could strike twice in overtime, but it was the Lightning that struck for the OT-winner.

HIGHLIGHTS: Rantanen’s rocket wins it in OT to end latest skid

Mikko Rantanen ripped a slap shot past Cam Ward with under a minute remaining in overtime to deliver a 2-1 win for the Colorado Avalanche.

HIGHLIGHTS: Rantanen’s hat trick, Pickard’s shutout lead Avs past Montreal

The Avalanche skated to an impressive 4-0 win over Montreal Tuesday to record their 15th win and only their third set of back-to-back wins on the season.

Rantanen records first career hat trick, as Avs get revenge over...

Feeding off of a phenomenal offensive performance from Mikko Rantanen, the Avalanche notched their second straight win against Montreal on Tuesday night.

HIGHLIGHTS: Avalanche score three in the third in comeback win

The Colorado Avalanche scored three goals in the third period to erase a two-goal deficit and defeat the Wild 3-2 in Minnesota Saturday night.

It took some time, but Mikko Rantanen finally has his first...

It took Mikko Rantanen 17 games to get the monkey off of his back, but finally the 20-year-old Finn had his first NHL goal on Friday