report this ad DENVER — The brief message on social media from Colorado defenceman Nikita Zadorov was rhetorical in nature: “How is your bracket ?” Because obviously, it’s pretty messy. The eighth-seeded Avalanche certainly played a big role in that. Colorado knocked off the Calgary Flames — the top team in the West — in
DENVER — Mikko Rantanen scored on a slap shot 10:23 into overtime after tying the game with a goal late in regulation and the Colorado Avalanche rallied for a 3-2 win over the Calgary Flames on Wednesday night to take a 3-1 lead in the teams’ best-of-seven series. Moments after weathering a penalty, Carl Soderberg
Image from the Vancouver Giants Gusev looking to join the Golden Knights Igor Eronko: Heard that Nikita Gusev is looking to join the Vegas Golden Knights for their playoffs. Darren Dreger: Gusev’s KHL contract runs through the end of April. His agent JP Barry, CAA Sports and his Russian agent are working on getting his
Oilers could be made available Allan Mitchell of The Athletic: The Edmonton Oilers have some depth on the blueline. They may need to make some decisions on which veterans to move this offseason to create room for some younger players. Adam Larsson has two years left on his deal and would get some trade interest.
SAN JOSE, Calif. — Evander Kane scored to make San Jose the first team in 10 years with at least four 30-goal scorers and the Sharks wrapped up the second-best record in the Western Conference by beating the Colorado Avalanche 5-2 on Saturday night. Brent Burns, Kevin Labanc, Gustav Nyquist and Micheal Haley also scored
Kyle Turris future to get muddy in Nashville? Adam Vingan of The Athletic (mailbag): When the question comes up from more than just a source, one stands up and notices. It is clear that Turris is unhappy with his situation in Nashville. Unfortunately for him, that appears to not be improving either. Turris still is
By the numbers of the trade deadline and their impacts Tsn.ca Staff: The impacts of the trade deadline have been mixed which leads to more questions than answers. For example, among forwards, Anthony Duclair, Kevin Hayes, and Brian Gibbons lead the way in points. Duclair tallying 13 points in 17 games is a bit unexpected
report this ad ST. LOUIS — Ryan O’Reilly scored the only goal in a shootout and the St. Louis Blues slowed Colorado’s playoff push with a 3-2 victory over the Avalanche on Monday night. Trying to hold onto the final post-season spot in the Western Conference, the Avalanche had won four straight and were 6-0-1