Is It Time To Start Worrying In Denver?
By Adrian Dater | @adater DENVER – Colorado Avalanche players were not short-changed in their partying with the Stanley Cup over the summer. Denver is a city known for its many beer drinkers, but Avalanche players drank everybody under the table on Cup parade day. Not since the Boston Bruins and their infamous team bar […]Read More
Colorado Avalanche win first Stanley Cup since 2001 with rally in Game 6
TAMPA, Fla. — Denver, Colorado is the hockey capital of the world. The Colorado Avalanche are Stanley Cup champions for the first time since 2001 after defeating the reigning two-time defending champion Tampa Bay Lightning 2-1 in Game 6 of the Cup Final on Sunday. Artturi Lehkonen scored the game winner in the second period. Darcy […]Read More
Stanley Cup Finals Game 3 Preview: Avalanche vs. Lightning
The reigning champion Tampa Bay Lightning have to be ecstatic there was only a day to think about the slaughter that transpired in Game 2. The Colorado Avalanche scored a touchdown in their 7-0 shutout win on Saturday night in Denver. Lightning goaltender Andrei Vasilevskiy has given up 11 goals in the opening two games […]Read More
Patrick Roy is going all-in on the Avalanche to hoist Lord Stanley
Patrick Roy doesn’t appear to have any rift with his old team. The Hall of Famer cleared the air Saturday afternoon in an interview with NHL.com’s Dave Stubbs. “I am an Avalanche fan, seriously,” Roy stated. “I have so much respect for ‘Landy’ [captain Gabriel Landeskog and Nate [MacKinnon]. “It was a privilege coaching […]Read More