Rampage Rewind: Leader of the Pac Division

  Week 4: Oct. 30 – Nov. 5, 2015 The San Antonio Rampage sit comfortably in first within the Pacific Division and the Western Conference this week after a sweep of the former division leaders, the Ontario Reign. The Week in Review Games The Rampage had a full week with two games against the Ontario Reign and a mid-week tilt in San Diego against the newly-formed Gulls. All...
Via BSN Denver
November 06, 2015  |  Discuss

Avalanche recall Ben Street from Rampage

  The Colorado Avalanche announced that the team has recalled center Ben Street from the San Antonio Rampage. Street is having a phenomenal start to the 2015-16 season, leading the AHL team with 12 points in six games (3g, 9a). The captain scored the game-winning overtime goals in each of San Antonio’s weekend contests against the Ontario Reign, propelling the Rampage into first...
Via BSN Denver
November 02, 2015  |  Discuss

Between Shifts in San Antonio: Mikko Rantanen Interview

  We sat down with Colorado Avalanche 2015 first round draft pick Mikko Rantanen to talk about his time with the Avalanche, his expectations for this season, and his transition to North American hockey. Listen up to find out why Patrick Roy sent him down to play with the Rampage, why he and Ben Street have found early success together, and why he prefers to live on his own in San...
Via BSN Denver
October 28, 2015  |  Discuss

Rampage Rewind: Rampage set the tone with a whirlwind of goals

    Week 2 – Oct. 16-22, 2015 The San Antonio Rampage continued its road trip into Griffins territory. Unlike last week in which the team struggled to hold on to the lead and put the game away, the Rampage exhibited a killer instinct and controlled their fate throughout the weekend. The Week in Review Games San Antonio swept the Grand Rapids Griffins this past weekend with...
Via BSN Denver
October 22, 2015  |  Discuss

Rampage Rewind: Week 1 – Oct. 8-15, 2015

  The San Antonio Rampage got its season started this past weekend, making a road appearance in Texas to face the Stars. While the result wasn’t quite what the team and its fans would like to see, there is still much to be excited about. On display were many of the things that will make this team a success this year: an aggressive defense that stops the opponent at the blueline...
Via BSN Denver
October 15, 2015  |  Discuss

San Antonio Rampage Season Preview: In the System

  With the affiliation change over the summer, the only former Monsters guaranteed to suit up for the San Antonio Rampage are players within the Colorado Avalanche system. Of course, not every player in the system will be seeing AHL ice time this season, but we can expect a handful of them to do so. While a couple of these guys might be starting in Fort Wayne with Colorado’s ECHL...
Via BSN Denver
September 08, 2015  |  Discuss

Avalanche recall Dennis Everberg

The Colorado Avalanche have recalled Dennis Everberg from the Lake Erie Monsters for the second time this season, the club announced on Thursday. Everberg will be in the lineup for Thursday night’s road-game against the Florida Panthers. “I have to play my game. That’s just to go out there and go hard and that’s what I’m going to do,” Everberg said. “That’s kind...
Via Mile High Sports
January 15, 2015  |  Discuss

Avs rookie Dennis Everberg survives final cuts

After making four cuts on Monday morning, the Colorado Avalanche roster appears to be set for the upcoming season opener. All of Monday’s roster casualties were forwards. Andrew Agozzino and Borna Rendulic were reassigned to the Lake Erie Monsters while Ben Street and Tomas Vincour were placed on the Injured Non-Roster list while they recover from undisclosed injuries. Once healthy...
Via Mile High Sports
October 06, 2014  |  Discuss

Ben Street Drives To Colorado by   Steven Ellis

The Colorado Avalanche has signed Ben Street to a two way contract. Street was selected as the CCM/AHL Player of the Month for November of 2013 after posting 11 goals and 19 points in 15 games. In 58 AHL games last year, Street finished with 60 points to go over a point per game for the first time in his career. [...]
Via The Hockey House
July 01, 2014  |  Discuss
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