Found December 16, 2011 on
The Colorado Avalanche came into San Jose looking to snowball the home and home series with the Sharks but found themselves overwhelmed in the third period where the Sharks scored three unanswered goals.
Things have looked dismal for the Sharks lately and tonight they did some things to turn their fortunes around. It took until the third period but they drove the net hard and stayed there w...
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Avalanche winger David Jones missed his first game of the season Thursday night with a groin injury.
SAN JOSE, Calif. — Forwards David Van Der Gulik and Evan Brophey will make their NHL season debuts for the Avalanche tonight against the Sharks at HP Pavilion. Van Der Gulik, who leads Lake Erie in scoring with 19 points in 21 games, will play on the Jay McClement-line with TJ Galiardi. Brophey will center Brad Malone and Cody McLeod.
Van Der Gulik, 28, and Brophey, 25, have played...
Semyon Varlamov is expected to receive his first shot at revenge Saturday when his Colorado Avalanche host the Washington Capitals.
Varlamov, who was acquired from Washington (16-13-1) in July, has posted a 10-13-1 record with one shutout and a 3.14 goals-against average in 24 games with the Avalanche (14-17-1).
The 23-year-old Russian did his best to downplay the significance...
The Avalanche will start backup goalie Jean-Sebastien Giguere tonight against the Washington Capitals at the Pepsi Center.
SAN JOSE, CALIF. Winger David Jones has a groin injury and will miss his first game of the season tonight when the Avalanche completes a home-and-home stretch with the San Jose Sharks at HP
SAN JOSE, Calif. — Don’t know if quotes are going to make it in the paper or even online. But here are some words from the Avalanche dressing room after its disastrous third period tonight at HP Pavilion.
Sharks scored three goals within a span of 4:29 to win 5-4 and split the home-and-home stretch with the Avs.
“Don’t know what to say. Disappointed,” said defenseman...
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Prediction: the Avalanche’s complete and utter giveaway of the hockey game to San Jose in the third period Thursday night will be the moment that is cited by the team when all is said and done as when it all got away from them, as far as this season goes.
The Avs played so well and looked so hungry for the first two periods, completely outworking the Sharks...
The Colorado Avalanche haven't won a road game since late October and look to end their woes as the visitor tonight against the San Jose Sharks in the back end of a home-and-home set from HP Pavilion.