Justin Bieber’s world tour is back, and he’s coming to Denver

In addition to rescheduling a slew of postponed tour dates from 2020, pop star Justin Bieber on Thursday announced seven new ones, hinting at the music promoters’ confidence in returning to massive, full-capacity concerts. The catch? They’re not arriving until next year. Still, that’s good news for fans of The Bieb, whose June 13, 2020,
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Colorado Avalanche’s most team goals in regular season game

The Avalanche’s offense exploded Wednesday night, peppering the visiting Arizona Coyotes with nine goals in a 9-3 shellacking at Ball Arena. Since moving to Denver in 1995, the team has gone 15-0 in the regular season since scoring at least eight goals. So, where does Wednesday’s output rank all-time in Colorado’s history? Here’s a look
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Avalanche approaches one-year anniversary of final pre-COVID game

Not quite halfway through the NHL’s 2021 season, Thursday will mark the one-year anniversary of the Avalanche’s last home game played before fans. On March 11, 2020, the Avs used an overtime goal from J.T. Compher to defeat the New York Rangers 3-2 before a sellout Pepsi Center crowd of 18,025. The next day, the
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Avalanche completes sweep of Coyotes before fans at Gila River Arena

GLENDALE, Ariz. — Playing facing fans for the first time in almost a year, the Avalanche collected two wins and a maximum four points at consecutive-night games at Gila River Arena. Colorado finished the sweep Saturday with a 6-2 triumph against the Arizona Coyotes, who led in the 2 games which comprised limited fans but
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Most-read Colorado Avalanche stories of 2020, from Avs’ playoff run to the NHL Stadium Series

Here’s a look back at The Denver Post’s top 10 hottest Colorado Avalanche stories of 2020, as determined by our readers. 10. Pierre Lacroix, former Avalanche GM who assembled 2 Stanley Cup-winning teams, has died at 72 Released Dec. 13, 2020.  The architect behind both Colorado Avalanche Stanley Cup championship clubs has died. Pierre Lacroix
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NHL, NHLPA announce further COVID-19 protocols and one rule change

The NHL and NHL Players’ Association on Tuesday announced clinical protocols along with other COVID-10 safety guidelines along with an adjustment to the offside rule. In earlier times an attacking player’s skate has to be supporting the blue line along with his skate touching the blue line before the puck enters the offensive zone. His
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Meet the 2020-21 Nuggets: A breakdown of the complete team roster

27 Jamal Murray Ezra Shaw, Getty ImagesJamal Murray (27) of the Denver Nuggets looks to pass around Alen Smailagic (6) of the Golden State Warrior during their NBA preseason game at Chase Center on Dec. 12, 2020 in San Francisco, Calif.. G | 23 | 6-foot-4 | 215  The Nuggets’ fifth-year guard had his breakout
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Avs Mailbag: When will top prospect Bo Byram get his NHL call-up?

Denver Post sports writer Mike Chambers responds to questions in the Avs Mailbag every other week during the regular season.  Pose an Avalanche- or NHL-related question for the Avs Mailbag. When I saw Bo Byram last year in spring training he clearly looked like the best player on the ice most shifts. I could understand
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As CU Buffs athletic director Rick George navigates uncertain future, there’s only one certainty: Change is coming

Editor’s note: Last in a series considering CU’s go in the Big 12 into the Pac-12 a decade past. Now: CU’s potential BOULDER — The control center for surfing the Colorado Buffaloes through the pandemic is your home office for one of America’therefore most athletic directors. Think you harbor ’t slept since the coronavirus pandemic
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Nuggets’ Monte Morris: “I would love to get an extension here”

For all the questions the Nuggets answered about their promising future this past season, their riveting postseason run raised another. Do the Nuggets have two starting-caliber point guards on their roster? After Jamal Murray, Nikola Jokic and Swiss-army wing Jerami Grant, Monte Morris was probably the next steadiest player during Denver’s playoff run to the
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