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According the Denver Post, NHL sources are saying that coach Joe Sacco and general manager Greg Sherman will return for the 2012-13 season.
Sherman's acquisitions over the past year and half have made the put the Avs in playoff contention, despite most of the league's fans mocking him. His moves to acquire a bigger defense and grittier forwards have gone a long way to make the Avs tougher the...
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Adrian Dater of the Denver Post has just reported that the Colorado Avalanche will retain the services of General Manager/Executive Vice President & Alternate Governor Greg Sherman and Head Coach Joe Sacco heading into next season.
Since his promotion to General Manager in 2009, Greg Sherman's drafts have been impeccable. He drafted Matt Duchene, Ryan O'Reilly, Stefan...
Canucks look for season sweep against Avs
A couple of streaks are on the line Wednesday night when the Colorado Avalanche, losers of three straight games visit the Vancouver Canucks who have won three straight. The Canucks have lulled their way to results as of late and will have to be on against yet another in a long line of opponents desperately trying to make their way into the...
Avalanche vs Canucks Game Recap
Did you miss the Colorado Avalanche vs. Vancouver Canucks Wednesday night on Rogers Sportsnet?
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Vancouver Canucks blogger Richard Hodges Love Em Hate Em hockey blog. He recaps and rewinds the win on Wednesday night over the Colorado Avalanche. Despite what Henrik Sedin says, the nice thing about winning by three or four is that you win comfortably and it can't backfire. Just ask Mark Oliver who was on the receiving end of a beatdown by David Booth in Booth's second career fight.
The Vancouver Canucks have handed the Colorado Avalanche five losses this season. A sixth would seemingly dash any chance the Avs have of reaching the playoffs.
Slumping Colorado looks to avoid being swept in the season series by the Canucks for the first time in more than 20 years when it visits the Northwest Division champions Wednesday night.
The Avalanche (40-32-6) are one...