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Colorado Avalanche 2014-2015 News and Updates
4/30/14 – Colorado certainly has the advantage in Game 7 tonight, beit home-ice, head coach, and depth. The Avs have won each of their home games this series but were dominated Monday night against the Wild in Minnesota. Colorado Avalanche tickets tonight average $182, down 46 percent in price since the start of the Stanley Cup Playoffs but still the most expensive game of the series. Buy your last-minute Avs tickets now and watch the Colorado try and skate to the their first playoff series win in six years!
4/21/14 – After tying the game with 13.4 seconds remaining in regulation, Paul Stastny scored in OT to lift the Avalanche to a 5-4 win over the Wild in the opener of the Western Conference quarterfinals Thursday night. In front of a home crowd on Saturday night, Nathan MacKinnon and Stastny each had four points and Gabriel Landeskog scored two goals to give Colorado a 2-0 lead in the best-of-7 series. Game 3 is Monday at the Xcel Energy Center and if the Avs cannot pull of the sweep, they will head back to Colorado for Game 5 (min. $69). Colorado Avalanche tickets are currently averaging $181 at Pepsi Center on Saturday, up 12 percent since the NHL Playoffs began.
4/17/14 – Looking to secure their first playoff series since 2008, the Colorado Avalanche will take on the Minnesota Wild in the first round of the Stanley Cup Playoffs. Action starts Thursday night in Denver with Game 1 (avg. $135); the Central Division winners gained a lot of ground in 2014, going from second to last in the league last year to earning a No.2 seed in the Western Conference. The Avs own the regular-season series (3-1-1) over high-pressure Minnesota who is looking to win their first postseason series since 2003. Colorado Avalanche playoff tickets for the Division Semifinals round are relatively cheap (avg. $211) – the average Stanley Cup Playoff tickets for the opening round are $233.
4/8/14 – Colorado’s six-game winning streak was snapped by Pittsburgh Sunday when the Pens recorded a 3-2 shootout victory. The Avs will finish the regular-season on a four game road trip that will take them to Canada and California in a tune-up for the NHL playoffs. With four games remaining, Colorado is in second in the Central Division, four points behind first-place St. Louis and two points ahead of third-ranked Chicago. Seeding and home-ice advantage are still up in the air which means the Avalanche need to finish strong. If the postseason began today, Colorado would have home-ice in an opening round series against the Blackhawks.
4/3/14 – The Avs have ended a three-year playoff drought and are on a roll following four consecutive wins, including three after regulation. With 102 points, Colorado is three ahead of the Blackhawks for second place in the Central Division with a game in hand but will end the regular-season with four straight on the road. This means there are just two more chances to see the Avalanche at Pepsi Center before the Stanley Cup Playoffs – tonight vs. the Rangers (min. $27) and Sunday vs. Pittsburgh (min. $50).
3/27/14 – The Avs had lost three straight before Tuesday’s 5-4 shootout win over Nashville. Colorado is four points shy of 100 and likely playoff bound. For a team that was predicted to finish at the bottom of the conference, the Avalanche are doing an excellent job scratching that idea. A potential second place finish in the Central Division is where Colorado is headed. Catch the Avs in one of their final four regular season games or lineup Colorado Avalanche NHL Western Conference First Round tickets at the Pepsi Center for as little as $44.
3/19/14 – Behind the sixth best offense in the NHL, the Colorado Avalanche have secured a spot in the NHL playoffs. If the postseason started today, the Avs would matchup against the Chicago Blackhawks with hopes of advancing past the first round for the first time since 2008. In his first season as the team’s coach, Patrick Roy, has his team sitting in fourth, tied with Chicago with 93 points. But first, the Avalanche will play five more regular-season games at Pepsi Center including Friday’s game against the Boston Bruins (avg. $170). The regular-season finale in Colorado is the most expensive matchup remaining; averaging $181 against the Pittsburgh Penguins.
3/10/14 – Last Thursday, Colorado Avalanche rookie Nathan MacKinnon extended his point streak to 13 games, breaking Wayne Gretzky’s NHL record for longest point streak by an 18-year old! With an assist on Andrew Benoit’s OT winner against the Detroit Red Wings, MacKinnon got the mark. Colorado had a four-game winning streak snapped on Saturday however in a key Central Division showdown against the St. Louis Blues. Tonight’s game against the Winnipeg Jets is the cheapest regular-season game remaining at the Pepsi Center, but don’t expect to see forward Paul Stastny in the lineup as he is suffering from a sore back. Avs fans hope that won’t be the case Wednesday when Colorado matches up against Chicago (avg. $111).
3/3/14 – After playing three in a row at home after the Olympic break, the Avalanche will hit the road against two of the Original Six – Chicago (3/4) and Detroit (3/6) – before returning to the Pepsi Center Saturday to play St. Louis. St. Louis Blues vs. Colorado Avalanche tickets are just $20 to get-in and from $48 for lower level seats. In the last week, the Avs announced a two-year extension for Marc-Andrew Cliche, locking up another player with an expiring contract. In 53 games, Cliche has six points and leads all Avalanche forwards in ice time per game.
2/25/14 - Colorado Avalanche forward, and three-time Czech Olympian, Milan Hejduk recently announced his retirement from the game after playing all 14 seasons of his career with the Avs. Colorado also got the unfortunate news that Alex Tanguay will be out for the rest of the season to rehab from (knee and hip) surgery. Additionally, the Avs will be missing defenseman Erik Johnson for two contests, due to a slashing suspension in the final game before the Olympic break. Despite the losses, Colorado is raring to start the second half of the season, with two of their four players sent to Sochi returning with medals (Matt Duchene with the Canada gold and Gabe Landeskog with the Sweden silver). Colorado Avalanche tickets for their first home game against the Los Angeles Kings tomorrow offer great prices: tickets start at just $15 in Upper, $38 in Loge and $40 in Club Level.
2/21/14 - In less than a week the Colorado Avalanche will resume NHL play and try to pull themselves up from their 5th seed spot. Post-Olympic break, Colorado will have a three game home stand, where they'll take on #7 Los Angeles, #8 Phoenix and #3 Tampa Bay for their best opportunity to move up in rankings before a tough road stretch. Players not participating in Sochi already started practicing yesterday, but one important forward was missing in action: Alex Tanguay will have hip surgery and be sidelined for the remainder of the season. Get Colorado Avalanche tickets now and be there to welcome back their four Olympians: Matt Duchene, Paul Stastny, Gabriel Landeskog and Semyon Varlamov.
2/4/14 – The Colorado Avalanche grabbed their fourth straight win Monday in a late effort against the New Jersey Devils (OT). Currently in fifth place in the tough West, the rolling Avs had dominated the Sabres two nights earlier at Pepsi Center in their final home game before Olympics, outscoring Buffalo 7-1. The much improved team under first-year coach Patrick Roy will travel across town tonight to play the NHL’s hottest team, New York Rangers, a team they’ve bested the last four years in a highly-anticipated matchup!
1/29/14 – Colorado Avalanche's 4-3 victory Monday night was the fourth straight against the Stars. Despite an aggressive effort from Dallas’ scoring leader Tyler Seguin, Semyon Varlamov stopped the Stars centre twice during a third-period power play with the score tied. Based on past performance, the Colorado Avalanche schedule is looking bright leading up to the Olympic break. The Avs will host Minnesota (avg. $52) and Buffalo (avg. $92) before hitting the road for four straight. Colorado Avalanche tickets are a bargain for 2014 games at the Pepsi Center; currently fourth cheapest in the NHL, Avs tickets are averaging a mere $76 after starting the year 9-4.
3/22/13 - The Colorado Avalanche roster didn't see much change this off-season; instead Colorado re-signed many of their free agents and added Pierre-Alexandre "P.A." Parenteau, Greg Zanon, and John Mitchell. The Avalanche recently handed the Chicago Blackhawks their first regulation loss of the season and snapped their point streak in a 6-2 victory. Mitchell contributed a goal in the win while Matt Duchene had four points for the Avs. Colorado nearly ended Chicago's streak two nights prior; but, lost 3-2. The "streak busters" hope to gain confidence from the experience as they begin the second half of the shortened NHL season.
Colorado Avalanche 2014-2015 Season
The Colorado Avalanche head into the 2014-2015 season with more optimism than ever. The Avs put up huge numbers on offense to punch earn a bid in the postseason, including the fourth-most goals per game and the fifth best power play. Under first year head coach Patrick Roy, the Avs surprised many with their high degree of success and ultimately won first place in the Central Division, beating out fellow Cup contenders like the Blues and Blackhawks in the process. In their head coach’s sophomore year at the helm, this could be the
year for the Colorado Avalanche.
The team is locked an loaded with young talent, like Tyson Barrie and Nathan MacKinnon, whose maturity showed last year. The Avalanche added Danny Briere Brune Gervais, Jarome Iginla and Brad Stuart, in place of Giguere, Hunwick, Malone, Parenteau and Paul Stastny’s departure. They acquisitions should bolster an already strong offense, headed by Landeskog, Duchene, O’Reilly, and their defense will remain steadfast in front of the tremendous Semyon Varlamov, who nearly earned the Vezina Trophy in his most recent campaign.
See the Denver franchise en route to a second straight Stanley Cup Playoff appearance with Colorado Avalanche tickets to their home opener, Oct. 11, against the Minnesota Wild. The Avs will be hungry for vengeance over the team that eliminated them in Round 2 of playoffs. See the first bout between Colorado and Chicago, on Nov. 26, and kick off this tough Western Conference showdown. That said, you don’t want to miss formidable threats from the East, when the Boston Bruins visit Colorado on Jan. 21. Land a seat at the Pepsi Center in Denver, and be there for Paul Stastny’s homecoming, now a part of the St. Louis Blues (Dec. 31). Score Colorado Avalanche tickets and see this team compete with the NHL’s elite in the upcoming 2014-2015 season.
The Avalanche hope to return to their glory days under the leadership of Hall-of-Fame goaltender Patrick Roy, the team’s new head coach and vice president of hockey operations. Roy hopes to realize the potential of 2013 overall #1 draft pick Nathan MacKinnon and challenge for a top spot in the realigned Central Division. The average price for Avs home tickets in 2013-14 is $82, third cheapest in the league and 53% below league average. The most expensive game at the Pepsi Center is the home finale on 4/6 against the Penguins, averaging $122.
The most expensive match this season will be played against rival Detroit Red Wings (4/5), averaging $95 a seat. Not every Avalanche game has a high price tag though — Colorado Avalanche tickets were second cheapest in the NHL at the beginning of the season. Avalanche tickets saw a 33% decrease since last season and are averaging $53 at Pepsi Center. It'll cost you $36 more to see the team on the road. At the start of the season there were tickets available to every home game for $30 or less.
The Colorado Avalanche share the Pepsi Center with the Denver Nuggets (NBA). Nuggets tickets are almost double the cost of Avalanche tickets. The second half of the Avalanche schedule includes a second Chicago Blackhawks meeting at home and six matchups against division opponents.