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Los Angeles Times Jan 19, 2019

Kings allow six goals in second period in 7-1 loss to Avalanche

Mikko Rantanen scored two of Colorado's franchise record-tying six second-period goals, Semyon Varlamov stopped 30 shots and the Avalanche routed the Kings 7-1 on Saturday. Colorado had six goals in a period for the first time since March 3, 1999, at Florida. Gabriel Landeskog, Tyson Barrie, Sheldon...
Sportsnet.ca Jan 19, 2019
Avalanche erupt to score six goals against Kings in second period

Avalanche erupt to score six goals against Kings in second period

Watch as Gabriel Landeskog, Tyson Barrie, Mikko Rantanen, Sheldon Dries and Colin Wilson combine to drop six goals on the Los Angeles Kings. The post NHL appeared first on Sportsnet.ca.
Mile High Hockey Jan 17, 2019
Colorado Avalanche send Tyson Jost to the AHL

Colorado Avalanche send Tyson Jost to the AHL

Ryan Graves, too. The Colorado Avalanche have sent defenseman Ryan Graves and forward Tyson Jost to the AHL Colorado Eagles as of Thursday afternoon. Jost has produced six goals and nine assists in 43 games with the Avalanche this season and has collected 19 goals and 19 assists in 114 career NHL games with Colorado. Graves has posted two goals and six assists in 26 games with the Eagles this season and has netted two goals in eight NHL games with the Avalanche. We have reassigned Ryan Graves and Tyson Jost to the Colorado Eagles.#EaglesCountry #GoAvsGo pic.twitter.com/rbucHkvkCV—...
Sportsnet.ca Jan 16, 2019
Matt Duchene’s three-point night powers Senators past Avalanche

Matt Duchene’s three-point night powers Senators past Avalanche

Matt Duchene scored twice and added an assist in the Ottawa Senators’ 5-2 win over the Colorado Avalanche on Wednesday night. The post NHL appeared first on Sportsnet.ca.
Sportsnet.ca Jan 5, 2019
6 things we learned in the NHL: Vanek has memorable 1,000th game

6 things we learned in the NHL: Vanek has memorable 1,000th game

Tomas Vanek and Dylan Larkin combine for a memorable night in Motown, the Pittsburgh Penguins are back in business and Tyson Barrie sets a new Colorado Avalanche record. The post NHL appeared first on Sportsnet.ca.
Mile High Hockey Jan 5, 2019
Avalanche snap losing skid with 6-1 rout over Rangers

Avalanche snap losing skid with 6-1 rout over Rangers

Tyson Barrie set the franchise record for points by a defender Amid a six-game losing streak — the team’s longest skid of the season — the Colorado Avalanche were in desperate need of a victory on Friday night to subdue the mile-high panic, at least for a day. Luckily, that came in spades. Facing off against the New York Rangers to kick off the weekend, the Avalanche dominated in all facets en route to a 6-1 win. Colorado finished the game with a 47 to 25 advantage in shots on goal, the team’s best outing in that category in a regulation win since November 29, 2014, and scored four...
Sportsnet.ca Jan 4, 2019
Barrie becomes Avalanche’s highest-scoring defenceman ever

Barrie becomes Avalanche’s highest-scoring defenceman ever

Tyson Barrie’s assist on Nathan MacKinnon’s goal gave him his 276th point, making him the highest-scoring defenceman in Colorado Avalanche history. The post NHL appeared first on Sportsnet.ca.
Mile High Hockey Jan 3, 2019
Colorado Avalanche get jumped by Dallas Stars in 5-4 loss to San Jose Sharks

Colorado Avalanche get jumped by Dallas Stars in 5-4 loss to San Jose Sharks

In the loss, Tyson Barrie tied JML for 1st in all0time defenseman scoring The Colorado Avalanche dropped their sixth straight game in a 5-4 loss to the San Jose Sharks at home on national television. The Avalanche — who had a great first, embarassing second, and fruitless third against the Sharks on Wednesday night — now fall even with the Dallas Stars for third in the Central Division with 46 points in 41 games. Unfortunately, the Stars carry two extra ROW (regulation/overtime wins), so they leap over the Avs. The Avs are now closer to the Edmonton Oilers than the Winnipeg Jets....
Mile High Hockey Dec 28, 2018
The Colorado Avalanche have become a victim of shooting percentage regression

The Colorado Avalanche have become a victim of shooting percentage regression

The Colorado Avalanche have fallen on hard times and the regulation of their shooting percentage has a lot to do with it For the first two months of the season, the Colorado Avalanche were flying high. The team was near the top of the Western Conference and was producing as one of the best offensive teams in the NHL. Mikko Rantanen and Nathan MacKinnon were leading the league in scoring and the Avalanche as a whole had scored more goals than everyone save for the Tampa Bay Lightning. The problem is that the team was riding an unsustainably high shooting percentage - something that was...
The Denver Post Dec 27, 2018
Avalanche’s Nathan MacKinnon named Central Division captain for 2019 NHL All-Star Game

Avalanche’s Nathan MacKinnon named Central Division captain for 2019 NHL All-Star Game

Avalanche center Nathan MacKinnon on Thursday was named the captain of the Central Division for the 2019 NHL All-Star Game.
The Hockey Writers Dec 24, 2018

Avalanche Need to Change Overtime Strategy

Overtime can be the most exciting time of a game. Open ice, skilled players and sudden death. For Colorado Avalanche fans, six out of seven times this season it has been exactly that, sudden death. The Avalanche are 1-6 in overtime this season. Their only win came as a result of a power play goal. […] The post Avalanche Need to Change Overtime Strategy appeared first on The Hockey Writers.

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