7:59 AM EDT, Sat September 20, 2014
Colorado Avalanche Rumors & News
Denver Post Sep 17, 2014
In 86 games of pro hockey, Mitchell Heard has five goals and 16 points, and none of the pro games has been in the NHL. But the 22-year-old former second-round draft pick of the Avalanche knows that if he is to make it in the NHL, offense isn't likely to be his forte.
Good news for long-suffering Avs fans who never have gotten to see a preseason game on television: on Friday, Sept. 26, the Avs' game against the Montreal Canadiens from Quebec City will be shown on Altitude. This marks the first time in team history that a preseason game will be on TV, home or road. […]
Here's the first of what should be many pictures and videos of the latest high-profile newcomer to the Avs, Jarome Iginla. I snapped this one off today at Family Sports Center, where most all Avs regular roster players were on hand for an informal practice and scrimmage following rookie camp. I didn't notice too many […]
Avalanche veterans are getting an early start on training camp. Almost the entire veteran roster for the Avs took part in an informal practice Tuesday afternoon.
Former Av Brett Clark. Karl Gehring, The Denver PostFormer Avs defenseman Brett Clark is officially a member of the organ-i-zation again.
Former Avs defenseman Brett Clark is officially a member of the organ-i-zation again. The classy native of Wapella, Saskatchewan has been hired as a consultant in the player development department. He has been on hand here at rookie camp the last couple of days overseeing things. Clark is a tremendous guy who will be a […]
Avalanche prospect Duncan Siemens was the fourth defenseman picked in the 2011 NHL draft, at No. 11 overall. That's NHL-or-bust territory, and based on other Avs picked in the first round from 2009-13, as well as first-round defensemen picked in his draft class, Siemens is a step behind.
Conner Bleackley. John Leyba, The Denver PostMy colleague Mike Chambers will have a story in the paper tomorrow on Duncan Siemens, and he has an online story from Monday's start of Avalanche
Good to get 'er going Monday at Family Sports Center, where the Avalanche began rookie camp as most of its coaches, players and administrators played golf at the team's annual tournament.
All Things Avs | Denver Post Sep 15, 2014
Avalanche season is underway with rookie camp.
Avalanche first-round draft picks Duncan Siemens (2011) and Conner Bleackley (2014), plus the team's first selection in 2013, Chris Bigras, were among 28 players participating in Colorado's rookie camp.
Here's the Avalanche's biggest problem as veterans prepare to report for physicals Thursday: It's difficult to come out and declare that you don't want to be as successful in the regular season as you were a year ago.
Denver Post Sep 14, 2014
After a hiatus of a few years, Avalanche rookie camp is back. Fans will get their first chance to see this year's first-round draft pick, Conner Bleackley, on skates Monday at 9:45 a.
Denver Post Sep 14, 2014
This year, Avalanche training camp might be better called a minicamp or a weekend getaway for players. NHL teams always have some of the shortest training camps of the major pro sports, but this Avs camp is really short - only two days.
Denver Post Sep 12, 2014
Join me with your questions on the Colorado Avalanche's upcoming season with me on this Friday night, live impromptu chat.