Dr Jones fans might enjoy this read. David Jones getting some props in a recent NHL.com article.
Jones began the season at left wing on a line with Duchene and right wing Milan Hejduk, but he has played on both sides with numerous linemates because the Avalanche has been hit with so many injuries.
The irony is that Jones has been one of the few players on the team to stay healthy, other than missing four early games with relatively minor arm and hand injuries.
Does this mean that he'll be injured in the next game?
Do you want your very own Bryzgalov? The head to the Jobing.com arena... you can get yourself a bobblehead.
The Phoenix Coyotes will be giving away 10,000 Ilya Bryzgalov bobbleheads on Friday, April 1 prior to the Coyotes vs. Colorado Avalanche game at 7 p.m. at Jobing.com Arena.
St-Louis is getting a little bit upset with Oshie.
T.J. Oshie is supposed to be one of the cornerstone players of the New Blues, one of the up-and-coming teams in the National Hockey League.
Of course, Erik Johnson was supposed to be THE cornerstone of this team -– and currently he labors for the Colorado Avalanche.
Edmonton Journal has a Q & A and Brian Elliott's trade came up. But they also talk about the upcoming free agency.
There aren't a lot of teams looking for goaltenders this summer. There are more guys looking for work -Jose Theodore, Tomas Vokoun, Ty Conklin, Marty Turco -than there are jobs
The Toronto Sun takes a look at the expected Top Five for this years draft
But none of the above are considered NHL-ready — Nugent-Hopkins and Huberdeau are listed at 170 and 155 lbs., respectively — and therefore would likely not be candidates to fit that second-line role with the Senators next season, or perhaps for a couple of more seasons.
NHL-ready, they say, is Landeskog. He is 6-foot, 201 lbs.
He has 33 goals and 62 points in 49 games, playing for the Kitchener Rangers in the most defensively responsible major junior league of the three in Canada.