Ah, the tell-tale signs of fall – the wind bites, the leaves brown, and the start of the NHL regular season rapidly approaches. What better time to fire off several bold predictions for the Colorado Avalanche as they embark upon their journey through the 2021-22 season.
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The Avs will see other teams out West besides the California clubs, and welcome a newcomer to the league Part three of our four part series looks into the first half of the Western Conference - specifically the Pacific Division.
We’re bringing these back with a myriad of stories surrounding the Avalanche after their first on-ice session of training camp. That’s right. The Deen’s List is back a and it’s here to stay for the entire 2021-22 season.
Th Avalanche released their 56-player training camp roster on Wednesday. Included in the roster is defenseman Devon Toews, who is going to miss the start of the regular season while recovering from offseason shoulder surgery.
In anticipation of the Seattle Kraken‘s inaugural season, we at The Hockey Writers will be doing a deep dive on each player. This installment of the series focuses on goaltender Philipp Grubauer, whom the Kraken signed in unrestricted free agency.
Setting the table for training camp and preseason With the rookie tournament now behind us the focus for the Colorado Avalanche shifts to training camp with the whole squad and then quickly into preseason.
The Atlantic hosts the back-to-back Stanley Cup Champions and several other competitors looking to get into the Avs’s way The second part of our four-part series sets our sights on the Colorado Avalanche last time out against Atlantic Division teams.
The big names led the Avalanche to a win during the Arizona Rookie Tournament While they hope to spend this season as permanent fixatures in the NHL lineup, Bo Byram and Shane Bowers spent Sunday helping a team of prospects to a 5-4 victory against the Anaheim Ducks at the Arizona Rookie Faceoff tournament.
Nathan MacKinnon is arguably the second best player in the world today, but gets paid as a player who barely cracks the top 100 in the league. When his Entry Level Contract (ELC) ended, it was unclear what kind of player he was, and what kind of player he can become.
In part one of my rankings of the last ten season of Avalanche hockey I looked at what I considered to be the bottom five. Now I will be looking at the top five seasons of Colorado Avalanche hockey (out of the last ten seasons) 5.
The return of Avalanche hockey (sort of) starts this afternoon! The return of Avs hockey is here! Well, sorta. The rookie tournament hosted by the Arizona Coyotes is this weekend and sees the Avs rookies facing off against all three of the California team’s rookies.
The opening of training camp is akin to the first day of school – reconvening with familiar faces, reacquainting oneself with the ebbs and flows of a grueling hockey season, and a renewed opportunity to make a positive first impression.
As the 2021-22 campaign approaches, expectations for the Colorado Avalanche are once again riding high. The team is favored to win the Stanley Cup, over both the defending champion Tampa Bay Lightning and the Vegas Golden Knights, who ended Colorado’s season in the second round last year.
Rookie camps are getting underway this week, officially marking an end to the brief reprieve offered by the summer after an offseason which burst forth in a whirlwind of commotion, as countless stars and scrubs swapped jerseys in recent months.