Avalanche Buy Out Defenseman Francois BeaucheminThe Colorado Avalanche have bought out the final year of defenseman Francois Beauchemin's contract.
Avs Could Be In For Big Changes After Dismal SeasonThe Colorado Avalanche's 48 points were the lowest in a full season since 1999-2000, when the expansion Atlanta Thrashers had 39. Colorado was pretty much out of the playoff race by Christmas.
Fighting & Scoring: Colorado Eagles' Darryl Bootland A Fan FavoriteColorado Eagles forward Darryl Bootland has scored more than 230 goals in his 15-year professional career, but by one website’s count has had over 275 fights.
Colorado Avalanche GM Joe Sakic On Lack Of Major Moves: 'I Like My Players'Joe Sakic's team languishes in last place. His players, though, remain first-rate. That's the feeling of the Colorado Avalanche general manager.
Avs Fans From Europe Take Dream Vacation Despite Team's WoesThey have come from around the world to see their favorite team -- the Colorado Avalanche. On the two-week trip the group has seen six games. As luck would have it, they have seen six straight losses.
DU's Troy Terry Comes Up Clutch For Team USA At World JuniorsMeet Troy Terry, a sophomore at the University of Denver who just led Team USA to a gold medal at the world junior championships in Montreal.
Struggling Avs Try To Get On Track During 4-Game TripSlumping Colorado forward Jarome Iginla experimented with a new stick at practice Monday. Anything to ignite a team that's constantly winding up on the short end of one this season.
Former Avs Winger Marek Svatos Dies At 34Former Colorado Avalanche forward Marek Svatos died Saturday in Lone Tree, Colo. He was 34.
Sakic Hits Links For Food Bank Of The RockiesJoe Sakic and some local celebrities hit the links for a good cause on Wednesday for the 19th annual Joe Sakic Celebrity Golf Tournament.
New Avalanche Coach Bednar Gets First Chance In NHLJared Bednar never got a shot in the NHL as a player but he's getting one now as a coach.
Odd Timing Made Roy's Departure From Avs SurprisingPatrick Roy's abrupt resignation Thursday as the Colorado Avalanche head coach and vice president of hockey operations comes as a shock, but only because of the timing.
Roy Wanted More For The Avalanche, And More For The City Of DenverNot only does Patrick Roy leave 130 career coaching wins behind, but he also relinquishes his role as Vice President of Hockey Operations.