What Went Wrong: Colorado Avalanche

It’s hard to argue the Colorado Avalanche were overly formidable in the regular season, landing with a 38-30-14 record good for fifth in the Central Division and squeaking into the last playoff spot three points behind the Dallas Stars. But in the post-season, the Avalanche came alive and pulled off some surprises. First they dispatchedContinue reading “What Went Wrong: Colorado Avalanche”

Avalanche: Colorado’s Trending in the Right Direction

The Colorado Avalanche have been steadily edging forward season by season, trusting in a good set of young players and a solid system. Under head coach Jared Bednar’s tutelage, the club has snarled through the standings. In 2017-2018, they finished with 95 points – a full 47 more than the previous outing. What’s more, theContinue reading “Avalanche: Colorado’s Trending in the Right Direction”

2017-2018 Season Preview: Colorado Avalanche

There’s nowhere to go but up for the Colorado Avalanche. The club finished 2016-2017 in last place, collecting just 22 wins and finishing last in scoring and goals allowed. Colorado general manager Joe Sakic got on the ball and has been making some big changes in the off-season, which seems like the only reasonable response.Continue reading “2017-2018 Season Preview: Colorado Avalanche”