If Compher continues to improve, he could crack Colorado’s roster this season

Tweet +1 Like Share Pin Reddit This spring, J.T. Compher was the captain of the Michigan Wolverines.  He led the nation in assists with 47 in just 38 games.  After scoring...
Via Mile High Sports
September 21, 2016

J.T. Compher embraces competitive rookie camp atmosphere

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Via BSN Denver
September 16, 2016

Prospect Q&A: JT Compher

The Colorado Avalanche acquired left wing JT Compher from the Buffalo Sabres on June 26, 2015. The 6-foot, 182-pound Illinois native captained the University of Michigan Wolverines during the 2015-16 season, helping his club make it all the way to...
Via NHL.com
July 26, 2016

BSN Avalanche Podcast: Rampage reboot, Compher’s impact, and more!

  The BSN Avalanche Podcast returns this week as hosts J.J. Jerez and AJ Haefele take a look at how the playoffs have unfolded so far. They even get so bold as to make second round predictions just so everyone can make fun of them later. The guys then transition into a conversation about the news of San Antonio firing Dean Chynoweth as Head Coach. With the top spot open for Colorado...
Via BSN Denver
May 03, 2016

Avs Sign JT Compher to 3-Year Deal

The Colorado Avalanche have announced a three-year, entry-level contract for University of Michigan forward JT Compher. Compher was a part of the lethal “CCM Line” at Michigan, scoring 16 goals and 63 points in 38 games. That line contained three of the nation’s top four scorers, including Compher, who was also the team’s captain, coming in second. RELEASE: JT Compher Signs Entry...
Via The Hockey Writers
April 25, 2016

J.T. Compher signs entry level contract with Colorado Avalanche

  The Colorado Avalanche signed center JT Compher to an entry-level contract on Monday. Compher’s draft rights were originally acquired by the Avalanche from the Buffalo Sabres in the Ryan O’Reilly deal last offseason and is considered one of Colorado’s top prospects. Compher scored 63 points (16g, 47a) in 38 games played at the University of Michigan in 2015-16′ serving as the Wolverines...
Via BSN Denver
April 25, 2016

Michigan one victory away from Frozen Four

CINCINNATI (AP) -- Throttled for most of the game, Michigan's top line finally came through with a no-look pass setting up the winning goal. Tyler Motte got a no-look pass in front of the goal from J.T. Compher and scored 8:19 into overtime Friday night, giving Michigan a 3-2 victory over rival Notre Dame in an NCAA Tournament's Midwest Regional semifinal. The long-time rivals have...
Via Associated Press
March 25, 2016  |  Discuss

Wisconsin Worked by Michigan in Series Opener

The Wisconsin Badgers kept it respectable, but could not handle the Michigan Wolverine’s offense, losing 4-1 Friday evening at the Kohl Center. Things did not look good from the jump for the Badgers as the Wolverines found the back of the net less than 5 minutes into the game. Michigan’s JT Compher sent a slap pass across ice to a streaking Tyler Motte who was all alone back door...
Via Madtown Badgers
February 12, 2016  |  Discuss

Get to Know J.T. Compher

  While Nikita Zadorov and Mikhail Grigorenko are certainly the biggest pieces headed to Colorado in return for Ryan O’Reilly and Jamie McGinn, make no mistake, J.T. Compher is a valuable and piece of this Avalanche blockbuster trade. J.T. Compher is a 5-foot-11, 184 pound forward who can play both center and wing. Don’t let his smaller stature fool you, however, he is a fierce competitor...
Via BSN Denver
June 26, 2015  |  Discuss

JT Compher and the Michigan Wolverines sweep the Badgers in Ann Arbor

Wisconsin put together two solid periods of hockey but could not make it three, and were worn down by Michigan, losing to the Wolverines 2-5. Wisconsin and Michigan got off to a quicker pace than they did yesterday with an action packed twenty minutes from the drop of the puck. Michigan looked dangerous early. The pair of Zach Hyman and Dylan Larkin for the Wolverines were getting...
Via Madtown Badgers
February 28, 2015  |  Discuss

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