Tag: Ray Bourque
Mike Haynes was the Colorado Avalanche's originally radio play-by-play broadcaster and the narrator for the team's biggest moments. Hayne's resigned from his job at Altitude TV this week, but leaves behind a legacy linked to Avs greatness.
“Stick to sports!” We hear it a lot in 2018. It’s directed, usually, at big-time media members – mostly on Twitter – when they offer...
As the NHL staged its All-Star weekend, with Nathan MacKinnon as the Avalanche representative on the Central Division roster, one of the side stories was where the league's elite players are not headed in the upcoming weeks. They're not headed for South Korea.
This much we know: Whenever that next home Avalanche playoff game is, there will be six jerseys and numbers overhead. Including the one representing the guy with magical hands.
The 2017 U.S. Senior Open Championship will be held June 29-July 2 at Salem Country Club in Peabody, Mass.
The Colorado Avalanche have certainly left an impression on the NHL. On Friday, they saw six of their alumni honored amongst the 100 Greatest NHL Players.
For fans of the Colorado Avalanche, seeing R. Bourque scribed across scoresheets may be all too familiar. No, not just for those relishing in the nostalgia of the “glory days,” but on this year’s squad as well.
The last time the Colorado Avalanche had a Bourque on their roster, they won the Stanley Cup. This year, there's a chance that they have two