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Colorado Avalanche: News from around the NHL September 7th, 2016

Las Vegas owner Bill Foley has punked the world with fake names. [The Hockey News] Holtby to represent Canada for first time in nearly a decade. [Sportsnet] {Video starts automatically} Eagles agree to terms with defenseman Jardine. [ECHL] Canadian players thrilled to compete at World Cup of Hockey — even though it’s been panned as a cash-grab. [National Post] Cardiff Devils...
Via Mile High Hockey
September 07, 2016

Colorado Avalanche training camp start marked by return of injured players

Patrick Roy himself has acknowledged the injury disaster of last year that contributed to a disappointing season. But a new season means new prospects, and the start of Avalanche training camp today meant the return of a couple key components. Patrick Bordeleau missed all but one game last year before needing surgeries for his back and knee. Phenom forward Nathan MacKinnon, who won...
Via Mile High Sports
September 18, 2015  |  Discuss

Stuart and Bordeleau activated from the IR

Reinforcements are on the way for the Colorado Avalanche, as the club activated defenseman Brad Stuart and enforcer Patrick Bordeleau from the inured reserve on Tuesday. Stuart, who missed the last 16 games with a hamstring injury, is expected to play in the Avs’ next game against the Pittsburgh Penguins on Thursday. The game will be the 1000th of Stuart’s 15-year career. “He did...
Via Mile High Sports
December 16, 2014  |  Discuss

Avs Patrick Bordeleau is out for three months

Along with the excitement for the upcoming NHL season at Colorado Avalanche media day, head coach Patrick Roy had some unfortunate injury news to report. #Avalanche pre-camp injuries: Bordeleau, McGinn, Mitchell, Talbot, Hejda, O’Reilly, Landeskog. — Mike Chambers (@MikeChambers) September 18, 2014   Forward Patrick Bordeleau underwent offseason back surgery and will be out recovering...
Via Mile High Sports
September 18, 2014  |  Discuss

Jordan Nolan goes for huge hit, whiffs and injures himself

Los Angeles Kings forward Jordan Nolan went for a huge hit on Colorado Avalanche forward Patrick Bordeleau when Bordeleau moved and they clicked skates. This sent Nolan hurtling towards the boards and he injured himself, slamming his shoulder into the boards. It definitely looked horrible but Nolan was able to get up and get off under his own power. [@PeteBlackburn] The post Jordan...
Via Diehardsport
February 27, 2014  |  Discuss

McGrattan and Bordeleau go at it in 'full-time, stand-up' NHL brawl

The Calgary Flames brought Brian McGrattan over as an enforcer "type" and Patrick Bordeleau found out why. The Colorado Avalanche skater and Flames defenseman went at it in what one of the startled announcers called a "full-time, stand-up hockey brawl." You don't see many hockey fights with the intensity of this one and, after the two went shot for shot for about thirty seconds...
Via The Other Paper
March 29, 2013  |  Discuss

Patrick Bordeleau takes on Brian McGrattan in Rock ‘Em Sock ‘Em Robots-esque fight

This was a big time heavyweight tilt between Colorado Avalanche forward Patrick Bordeleau and Calgary Flames forward Brian McGrattan.  Bordeleau is a casual 6’6″ 225 lbs, while McGrattan is 6’4″ 235 lbs.  This fight was purely a Rock ‘Em Sock ‘Em Robots fight; both of them throwing massive haymakers as quickly as they could.  Neither one worried about defending themselves and they...
Via Diehardsport
March 28, 2013  |  Discuss

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