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The clash of ideas concerting David Jones: should he stay or should he go?
Two weeks ago, it was dead certain that Jones was on his way out of the Colorado Avalanche roster.
Jones, who recently has been benched for superstars like Kevin Porter, has found a groove again it seems scoring three goals his pas two games.
It is not just that he has scored, it is the way he has scored. Two o...
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Avalanche winger David Jones knows his name is likely to come up in trade rumors between now and the NHL's Feb. 27 trade deadline.
We all know that Paul Stastny is master of the universe, but I mean, come on. Sam Gagner has to be making a push, right? Three signs that he is making a push to usurp Stastny's rule.1) See Above. That is his war cry, and associated battle charge. Stick out like a spear.2) In his last 5 games, Gagner has 8 goals and 7 assists (making a pace better than the entire Minnesota Wild...
Looks like Ryan Wilson is the odd man out among the defense, to make room for Tyson Barrie’s NHL debut. He’ll be a healthy scratch for tonight’s game with Chicago, along with Matt Hunwick and Kevin Porter.
Coach Joe Sacco said he’s just looking for a “spark” from Barrie, presumably with the offensive part of the game and/or on the power play.
Barrie didn’t seem too...
Gabriel Landeskog broke a tie 38 seconds into the third period and David Jones added two goals, helping the Colorado Avalanche snap a five-game skid.
Here is some video yours truly shot today of Matt Duchene at the Avs’ practice facility. Keep in mind, I ain’t no Martin Scorsese, but what do you want from me.
I have a brief story on how he looked up on the Post’s main site, but will let you see for yourself how he looked today. The first one of him is doing mostly figure-8s:
The other one is just more regular skating:
For a third consecutive day, Matt Duchene was on skates. While he did not display the kind of speed that has been his trademark quality as a player with the Avalanche, Duchene appears to be making progress to return to the team.
In Friday's game against the Carolina Hurricanes at the Pepsi Center, Avalanche coach Joe Sacco is hoping his team maintains a high level of play against one of the NHL's weaker teams.
With a flick of the wrist, Gabriel Landeskog helped snap Colorado's season-long five-game skid while extending Chicago's misery on the road. The rookie forward broke a tie 38 seconds into the third period and David Jones added two goals, lifting the Avalanche to a 5-2 win over the struggling Blackhawks on Tuesday night.
ANDY LEFKOWITZ STATS Writer The Colorado Avalanche are among a handful of teams fighting for the final Western Conference playoff berth. Extending a long unbeaten streak at home over the Carolina Hurricanes will make the race a little tighter.
Colorado will try to stretch its unbeaten run over the Carolina franchise in Denver to 10 straight as the teams meet for the only time this...
Avalanche general manager Greg Sherman surprised the NHL by parting with first- and second-round draft picks to acquire Semyon Varlamov from the Washington Capitals last July.