Daily Cupcakes: January 11th, 2011

DENVER CO - JANUARY 10: Matt Duchene #9 of the Colorado Avalanche looks on during a break in the action against the Detroit Red Wings at the Pepsi Center on January 10 2011 in Denver Colorado. Duchene earned the number one star as he scored two goals as the Avalanche defeated the Red Wings 5-4. (Photo by Doug Pensinger/Getty Images)


An Avalanche/ Red Wings Recap with an interesting note.

Although both the Avalanche and the Red Wings just recently reached the midway points of their respective schedules, the two teams wrapped up their season series tonight.

That note becomes even more interesting when you realize that Colorado has yet to face two of its Western Conference foes – Anaheim and Nashville – a single time so far this season

 

TSN has a recap

The Colorado Avalanche chased one of the top goaltenders from the game early and still had to hang on at the end.

 

I guess DDC really loved doing the Cupcakes in my absence, he found another link! The Edmonton Sun has thoughts on Anderson.

"The Colorado Avalanche aren’t moving full-steam ahead to re-sign goalie Craig Anderson, who can be an unrestricted free agent once again July 1. Anderson was brilliant last year; this season he’s been hurt and only average, so maybe they want to see him get on a run of hot games"

 

Kroenke is reportedly growing his empire.

An entertainment company controlled by St. Louis Rams owner Stan Kroenke and a Canadian company have bought a 50-percent stake in cable's World Fishing Network.

 

All- Stars to be announced today. What does it mean for the Avalanche? Also the Denver Post has some injury updates.

Avalanche possibilities are Matt Duchene, Paul Stastny, John-Michael Liles and Milan Hejduk.



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