1:47 AM EST, Sat November 17, 2018
WTOP 1 hour ago

Backstrom’s OT goal lifts Capitals past Avalanche 3-2

Nicklas Backstrom scored a power-play goal 22 seconds into overtime and the Washington Capitals beat the Colorado Avalanche 3-2.
The Denver Post 1 hour ago
Avalanche give further reason for cautious optimism, but fall to defending champion Capitals in overtime

Avalanche give further reason for cautious optimism, but fall to defending champion Capitals in overtime

There was reason for cautious optimism as the Avalanche snapped a five-game slide with 4-1 win over Edmonton on Sunday. And then that cautious optimism — the thinking the Colorado was on the early track toward achieving its preseason playoff potential — grew in Wednesday’s 6-3, comeback triumph over the Bruins at home. And two […]
NESN.com 3 hours ago

Bruins’ Jake DeBrusk Uses Speed To Score Breakaway Goal Vs. Avalanche

Wednesday night was a good one for Jake DeBrusk. The Boston Bruins winger netted two goals against the Colorado Avalanche at... Read More »
Mile High Hockey 13 hours ago
Colorado Avalanche Game Day: Let’s go streaking!

Colorado Avalanche Game Day: Let’s go streaking!

Avalanche look to make it three wins in a row against the Capitals After losing five straight, the Colorado Avalanche are now rolling in the right direction. They’ve won two in a row and will look to push the streak to three as against a depleted Washington Capitals team. A weakened Eastern Conference opponent at home before heading out west for three games; these are the games the Avalanche need to win if they hope to climb back up the Central Division standings. A win tonight would pull the Avalanche back up into a tie with Winnipeg for third in the division. Colorado Avalanche The...
Mile High Hockey 17 hours ago
Morning Flurries: The NHL is broken

Morning Flurries: The NHL is broken

I’m serious, everyone in the league is injured. The Avs Colorado Avalanche defenseman Nikita Zadorov hasn’t exactly impressed this season, and his lack of productiveness is starting to worry. Tom looks at the uncertain future of Big Z in Colorado. [Mile High Hockey] Through 18 games this season, Zadorov is averaging only 15:12 minutes a game - the lowest average of his career and nearly four minutes fewer than a season ago. A lot of it has to do with being replaced by Ian Cole on the team’s top penalty kill unit, but Zadorov’s even strength TOI is down as well - his 13:10 EV...