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Hockey's only standard locker-room arrangement is to put the two goaltenders in side-by-side stalls.
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from Adrian Dater of All Things Avs, So here we are, at the 15-game point, and the record is 7-7-1. Couldn’t be more average than that. I am not going to psycho-analyze the Colorado Avalanche to death here. It’s late and it would take a couple hours to talk about all the little things wrong with the team, the potential solutions, etc. etc. etc.
But things are going to get serious...
Although neither player took part in yesterday’s practice or the morning skate a little while ago at the Pepsi Center, the Avs said centers Ryan O’Reilly and Paul Stastny will be in the lineup tonight against the Cal-Gary Flames. O’Reilly has what sounds like a touch of the flu or something close, while Stastny just took a “maintenance day” yesterday.
Question for tonight...
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The general manager of Colorado Avalanche joined the show on Tuesday.
from Adam Proteau of The Hockey News, They don’t get nearly as much of the spotlight as the starting goalies, but if you don’t believe backup netminders are important, just ask a team that doesn’t have a dependable No. 2. Who have been the league’s top backup backstoppers this season? That’s the focus of this week’s THN.com Top 10.
10. Jean-Sebastien Giguere, Avalanche...
After ending their six-game losing streak over the weekend, now the burning question is: Can the Red Wings extend their winning streak to two? They host the dreaded Colorado Avalanche in what looks like an even match, at least according to the records -- they're both a game above the .500 mark. 7:30 p.m., Fox Sports Detroit.