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Colorado Avalanche: Ryan O’Reilly should be top free agent priority

The Colorado Avalanche organization should be very proud of what they were able to accomplish during the first two days of July. On Monday, the Avalanche shipped winger P.A. Parenteau to the Montreal Canadians, in exchange for forward Daniel Briere. Then on Tuesday, there was a flurry of moves, which saw a few big names arrive in Colorado. Among the bunch were forward Jarome Iginla...
Via isportsweb.com
22 days ago  |  Discuss

Who shouldn’t return for the Colorado Avalanche?

Picking up on where I left off with my last article, which you can find here, it’s now time to examine which players should not be welcomed to return for the Colorado Avalanche next season. Unlike for my previous article on who should stay where I only examined players who were due for contract extensions, here I will examine players whose contracts have expired as well as those...
Via isportsweb.com
May 21, 2014  |  Discuss

Avalanche's Alex Tanguay skating one month after hip surgery

Colorado Avalanche have been seeing an old face on the ice for the first time in over a month. Alex Tanguay has resumed skating one month after hip surgery.halifaxdrunk-flickr.comThere is still no timetable for Tanguay but the good news is he is skating again. Fans hope to see him play in the playoffs at some point this season but it may be unlikely. He was expected to miss a couple...
Via Sports Injury Alert
April 28, 2014  |  Discuss

Avs' Alex Tanguay has hip surgery; done for season

The inevitable has finally occurred for Alex Tanguay, what was supposed to be the Colorado Avalanche left winger's triumphant return to the team that drafted him 16 years ago has turned into a nightmare of pain and disappointment.Tanguay underwent surgery on his bothersome hip on Friday morning, ending his season and possibly his career - his 2013/14 campaign lasting all...
Via Sports Injury Alert
February 21, 2014  |  Discuss

Colorado Avalanche: Alex Tanguay lost for the season

News coming out of the Family Sports Center in Centennial, Colorado where the Colorado Avalanche hold their practices is that Alex Tanguay will miss the remainder of the season after undergoing hip surgery tomorrow. Tanguay, 34, had suited up for the Avalanche in only 16 games this season after suffering the initial injury on November 2nd in a game against the Montreal Canadiens...
Via isportsweb.com
February 20, 2014  |  Discuss

Avs' Tanguay may be back after break; then again, maybe not

Alex Tanguay can't catch a break.Out for 36 games already this season with knee and hip issues, the Colorado Avalanche forward landed back in the trainer's room just four games into his return from the protracted layoff after "tweaking" his left knee in the Av's 5-4 win over the Minnesota Wild on January 30th.The prognosis?  No one really seems to know...
Via Sports Injury Alert
February 10, 2014  |  Discuss

Alex Tanguay and P.A. Parenteau close to returning for Avalanche

Alex Tanguay bounded into the Avalanche dressing room Friday, fresh from a pain-free practice, a smile on his face. What seemed to be a lost season for Tanguay just a couple of weeks ago has been replaced by hope and promise. Tanguay has a date in mind to return to the Avs' lineup. He won't divulge it, but his words indicated it will be soon. "I'm expecting (to...
Via Pro Sports Daily
January 18, 2014  |  Discuss

Avalanche coach Patrick Roy says Alex Tanguay is likely to return

Alex Tanguay will play again for the Avalanche this season. At least, that is the prediction of coach Patrick Roy — though exactly when that will happen, he doesn't know. But the fact Tanguay, 34, is likely to play at some point is good news for an Avalanche team that has missed the dimension he added. The Avs have probably missed the veteran, who first played for Colorado...
Via Pro Sports Daily
December 24, 2013  |  Discuss

Avalanche received bad news on Alex Tanguay

The Colorado Avalanche received bad news that one of their valuable forwards Alex Tanguay has had a set back during his injury recovery. According to denverpost.com Tanguay was out nursing a knee and hip injury since December 2nds game against Montreal. The setback was on his knee injury and according to coach Patrick Roy, this is bad news for the team. It is uncertain whether...
Via Sports Injury Alert
December 13, 2013  |  Discuss

Roy says Colorado Avalanche's Alex Tanguay still sidelined

Hope that Alex Tanguay might have a quick return from a knee injury appears to have vanished. The Avalanche left wing, who turns 34 this week, will continue to be out indefinitely, coach Patrick Roy said Saturday. "We don't know when he'll be back," Roy said. Beyond that, there has been nothing specific about Tanguay's injury or the prescribed treatment ahead...
Via Pro Sports Daily
November 17, 2013  |  Discuss
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