Kiszla: The Avs have legit shot to raise the Stanley Cup, if one big weakness doesn’t cause their downfall

Maybe what America needs is your pleasure of a hockey fight. Don’t even understand about you. However, everywhere I look, out of baseball commissioner Rob Manfred into NBA crusader Kyrie Irving, somebody’s fighting mad about something (or what ). From shore to shore, in red states and blue skies, people ’ve peaceful marches in the
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Gabe Landeskog back for Avalanche voluntary skates “to make sure I’m ready” for playoff run

Gabe Landeskog read 9-10 novels, spent months of quality time together with his wife and daughter, also found ice time at Toronto to train during the ongoing coronavirus pandemic. But there was something about return to the Avalanche’s Pepsi Center ice on Monday. It was something regular. This was something different — again in the
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Avalanche returns to Pepsi Center, starts Phase 2 of NHL’s return to play plan

Ice hockey has been returned into Pepsi Center. Associated Articles Colorado youth hockey tradition outgrowing ice accessibility on Front Range Chambers: Avalanche rewind as NHL enters silent time prior to summertime playoffs As preceding Avs defenseman Kyle Quincey’s toddler son struggles brain cancer, hockey world rallies to offer support Dawg Nation hockey team looking to
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Coronavirus and sports: What Colorado fans can expect from their new “normal”

The joint ticks every box. A 55-inch TV is visible from almost every angle. A collection of game-worn hockey sweaters and baseball jerseys hangs with pride along one wall, with special dispensation for the No. 92 of Avalanche center Gabe Landeskog and the No. 31 worn by former University of Denver goalie Evan Cowley. If
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As NHL training facilities reopen Monday, Avalanche among teams choosing to wait

Monday marked the start of Phase 2 at the NHL’s reopening program, however not all teams, such as the Avalanche, made to hold workouts or voluntary skates at practice facilities. Players have more than a month to prepare for Phase 3, that is official training teams which won’t begin before July 10 at the earliest.
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Star assessments: Evaluating the Avalanche’s top players in 2019-20

Avalanche superstar Nathan MacKinnon is beyond a three-star player. If there were a fourth star, he would have it. And teammates Cale Makar and Ryan Graves, among others, are perhaps equally as important to a club that flirted with the Western Conference regular-season championship before the coronavirus pandemic halted the season. To help fill the
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Avs Mailbag: Who would Colorado most want to see in playoffs — if games are actually played?

Denver Post sports writer Mike Chambers responds to queries in the Avs Mailbag each week.  Pose an Avalanche- or NHL-related query for the Avs Mailbag. What team would introduce that the Avs’ most favorable matchup in the playoffs’ first round? Least positive? — Jack, Hooper  If and once we resume play, Jack, I might think
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Avalanche beat Red Wings 2-1, extending two winning streaks

DETROIT — Make a nice nine. Captain Gabe Landeskog withstood a crunching hit when making a pass that surfaced Logan O’Connor to get a breakaway goal in the next stage, and also the Colorado Avalanche conquer the Detroit Red Wings 2-1 on Monday night for their season-high seventh straight victory. Better yet, it was the
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Avalanche’s Martin Kaut relishes first NHL goal in win against Sabres: “That goal was for my mom”

Avalanche forward Martin Kaut crouched on one knee, sent a flurry of fist pumps and received a bath from captain Gabe Landeskog in the Pepsi Center on Wednesday night. It was an celebration worthy of Kaut’s first NHL goal. And, wait, it becomes better. “My mother was still here,” Kaut told reporters in the Avs
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Czech Republic natives, J.T. Compher, lead the Avalanche to 3-2 win over Buffalo Sabres

Czech, please. Czech Republic natives Martin Kaut and Pavel Francouz had yet another memorable night Wednesday in the Avalanche’s 3-2 triumph over the Buffalo Sabres at the Pepsi Center. Kaut, a newcomer forward, scored his first career goal, also Francouz, a goalie in his first full NHL season, closed the door with 13 third-period saves.
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