The Colorado Avalanche did not make it to the playoffs last year, and the franchise has made some changes to improve their chances for the 2016-2017 season. Their head coach and vice president of hockey operations Patrick Roy has resigned, and Jared Bednar will take his place. The team has some good potential in its young players, including Nathan MacKinnon, Matt Duchene and Gabriel Landeskog. The team has also brought in Joe Colborne, Fedor Tyutin and Patrick Wiercioch for this season. Be sure to get your tickets from Razorgator now so that you can be there in person for all the action on the ice as the Avalanche look to improve on their performance from last year.
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The Colorado Avalanche were on a terrible losing streak to begin the month of February, but they were able to pull out of it when they played the Jets on February 4. The Avalanche came blazing on the ice and scored two points in the first period. The Jets were able to put one in the back of the net as well, but the Avalanche were storming offensively the rest of the game. Thanks to Matt Nieto’s two goals in the third period, the Avalanche were able to pull off the 5-2 win. Get tickets to their next home game on February 19 against the Tampa Bay Lightning, starting at $16.
The Colorado Avalanche may as well give their season the same name, because their playoff hopes have all but come crashing down on top of them. The Avs only have one victory in their last ten games. Colorado’s latest loss came on the road at the hands of the Anaheim Ducks. Although the Avs managed to strike first, Anaheim came surging back in the last period to win the game 2-1. Colorado now heads to San Jose for a clash with the Sharks before returning to Pepsi Center on Monday, January 23 for the rematch. Catch them in action and buy your tickets for prices starting as low as $16.
The Colorado Avalanche have a league-low 25 goals so far this 2016-2017 season, and both fans and players are starting to get restless. In an interview this week, Cody McLeod expressed frustration at his lack of playing time for the Denver franchise, stating, “I wish I was more part of it.” He continued, commenting that his loyalty will always be for Colorado, but that he would be open to a trade if the chance were to arise. The Avs will play the next three at home and could really use the support of spirited fans. Come cheer them on this Friday, Jan. 6, as they host the New York Islanders at the Pepsi Center. Get tickets for just $39 and up when you purchase them today!
The Colorado Avalanche played strong defense in the first period of a December 18 game against the Winnipeg Jets. Other than that, there’s not much good that Avalanche fans can take away from the matchup. Colorado scored its only goal of the game in the third period and the Jets managed to net three goals in that same frame. The final score was 4-1 and there was never much doubt as to who the victor would be. Colorado is falling further and further below .500 and needs to start turning this season around ASAP. The Avalanche will try to take down a hot Calgary Flames team in a December 27 matchup, and tickets for that game start as low as $24.
It is an extremely bleak time to be a fan of the Colorado Avalanche. The Denver team has now slid to 9-14-1 overall after losing a depressing six games in a row. Even more upsetting, all but one of those defeats has come at home. Tuesday’s away game against the Nashville Predators briefly offered a glimmer of hope, with the Avs tying the game 3-3 in the second period. Unfortunately, the home team tacked on a goal in the third period that Colorado simply could not answer. This is the first of four away games before the Avs come home to play the Philadelphia Flyers next Wednesday. Tickets to that game are $17.
It’s a good thing the Colorado Avalanche just crushed it in their last two games, because they are about to square off with a fierce foe. After winning matchups against the Minnesota Wild and Blue Jackets, both with 3 – 2 outcomes, the Avalanche will now host the Edmonton Oilers, who are ranked first in the Pacific Division. Wednesday’s clash will be followed by another tough one against the Vancouver Canucks on Saturday, November 26. The home team will need all the support they can get this week! Tickets to Saturday’s event at Pepsi Center are currently on sale and available for purchase starting at prices as low as just $28.
The Colorado Avalanche could have faired much better against the Arizona Coyotes on November 8 if not for about one minute of bad play. In the second period of the game, both teams scored two goals. However, the Avalanche gave up goals in the first 28 seconds of the opening period as well as the first 11 seconds of the final frame. The final score ended up 4-2 in favor of the Coyotes, and Colorado has those opening seconds of the first and third periods to blame. The Avalanche will look to get things going again on November 15 when the hated Los Angeles Kings come to town. Tickets for that game start as low as $15.
The Colorado Avalanche went toe-to-toe with the Florida Panthers through most of the game when the two recently met at the Pepsi Center in Denver. Unfortunately, a three-minute stretch in the third period blew the game wide open. The Panthers scored three goals in that time frame and went on to win the game 5-2. The Avalanche got goals in the first and third periods from Matt Duchene and Blake Comeau, but the game never really felt close. Colorado has looked much better in other games and will look to return to that aggressive play in upcoming matchups. The Minnesota Wild comes to town for a game on November 5 and tickets start as low as $35.
The Colorado Avalanche was undefeated before visiting the Washington Capitals, and Alex Ovechkin and Company were more than happy to hand Colorado the team’s first loss. The Capitals scored a goal in each of the three periods, but it turned out only the first was necessary as Washington went on to win by a score of 3-0. The team is off to a strong start in the early going, mixing steady offense with solid defense and playing with the consistency you’d expect from a team led by Ovechkin. The next home challenge for the Capitals will be on November 3 when the Winnipeg Jets come to town. Tickets for that game start at $7.
With the lineup set, the Colorado Avalanche is ready for the season to begin. The preseason has made clear some positional battles and has given the coaches a good idea of what the defense will look like to begin the season. The biggest question has been which forwards would start and which would stay in the box at the outset, but the final preseason games and practices seem to have solidified that. With Blake Comeau and Jarome Iginla healthy and ready to go, the Avalanche is set to take on the new season. The team will play much of its early games on the road, but will be back home to host the Winnipeg Jets on October 28 with tickets starting at $21.
After Patrick Roy quit as the coach of the Colorado Avalanche, fans and players are eagerly awaiting to learn who will take over as coach. The announcement is expected to arrive this week. There were six formal interviews, which concluded on Monday. Many speculate that Kevin Dineen and Bob Boughner were among the contenders. This week, the team did sign a new player, right wing Ben Smith, for a two-way contract for just one year. There is sure to be more changes before the season starts. The team heads to training camp soon. The first preseason game will be on September 27 against the Wild in Minnesota. You can already get your tickets for prices starting at $19.