Avalanche Send Down Meyers, Waive Sedlak

Via Colorado Avalanche and NHL.com With a 6-3 away victory over the Minnesota Wild, the Colorado Avalanche improved their limited early-season record to 2-1-0 on October 17th. While the Wild continued their rather unsuccessful start, the Avs left their game in St. Paul with two points and enough data to start forming opinions on theirContinue reading “Avalanche Send Down Meyers, Waive Sedlak”

Comparing Avalanche Season Projections

Via NHL.com For the past two years, the Avalanche have been the favorite or near-favorite in every public model gambling book. However, following a season of key personnel losses in the forward group and net, the Avalanche have slid in ranking in several of these models. Here’s a look at where the Avalanche land inContinue reading “Comparing Avalanche Season Projections”

Analyzing Nathan MacKinnon’s Looming Extension

Via NHL.com and CapFriendly Nathan MacKinnon is the cornerstone player of the Avs’ current team. He’s a past first overall draft pick, stud superstar center, and fodder for highlight reels, but his relatively ‘cheap’ $6.3 million cap hit is about to run out. And, even though MacKinnon said he would “take less” to benefit theContinue reading “Analyzing Nathan MacKinnon’s Looming Extension”

Avalanche Prospects Have a Limited Run at World Juniors

via NHL.com and IIHF.com Colorado’s two prospects at the 2022 IIHF World Juniors take early exits. Over the past few seasons, the Colorado Avalanche organization has traded pick after pick in its chase for the Stanley Cup. The good news: the cup came home to Denver. The bad news: the Avs’ prospect pool hasn’t beenContinue reading “Avalanche Prospects Have a Limited Run at World Juniors”