At the All-Star break the Colorado Avalanche are dead last in the NHL. Here's a look at whether or not this Avalanche team is having the worst season ever in Denver professional sports.
The Colorado Avalanche now have three different losing streaks of five games or more on the 2016-17 season after falling in Calgary on Wednesday.
Colorado's dominance continued at the Garden and the Avs snapped a six-game losing streak with a 4-2 win over Boston on Thursday night.
Nathan MacKinnon had a shorthanded goal and an assist, but it was not enough to overcome an early 3-0 deficit in Dallas on Thursday.
Jarome Iginla scored career goal number 613 off a rebound to even the score early in the first period, but that was all the offense Colorado could muster.
The Avs' top goal-scorer last season put up his first points of 2016-17, lighting the lamp twice and helping on one to deliver a big win in Tampa.
Under new head coach Jared Bednar, the Colorado Avalanche enter Saturday's opener looking like a rejuvenated bunch fresh off a perfect preseason.
Doug Ottewill spoke with new Avalanche head coach Jared Bednar one-on-one the day he was introduced in Denver.
After highly successful stints in the NCAA and NHL, George Gwozdecky is learning an entirely new coaching style at the prep level.
On this edition of Snake’s Takes, Jake Plummer is joined by former Philadelphia Flyers brawler Riley Cote.