Every player to suit up in the Burgundy & Blue, reviewed by Mile High Hockey's editorial staff.
And then there was one...
Duchene started the season playing at a level where fans wanted him traded, and ended it with those same fans saying he's an indispensable member to this Avalanche team.
After a rough start, Carl Soderberg delivered a pretty solid season for the Avalanche.
You couldn’t ask any more of Francois Beauchemin last season, and he delivered more often than not.
The 21-year old was quiet in his production, but we should be excited going forward.
The speedy Dane flashed intriguing offensive upside, but his defense and contract demands will likely ensure he's not back with the team next season.
The big Norwegian was an unending source of great hits last season. Can he stick around next year?
The Condor couldn't replicate his 2014-15 success, but he's still the best the team has.
Rendulic flashed a lot of potential in 2014-15 before breaking his leg. Now we'll never see him fulfill it.
Not much consensus on the play of Tyson Barrie, but that's the kind of player he is.
Reviewing the speedy youngster's junior year in the NHL.
Colorado's 1st Round draft pick was not very good -- but that's ok.
A look back at Zadorov's up and down season.
Landeskog's point total last season doesn't stand out, but his impact on the team is significant nonetheless.
Punchin' faces and checkin' dem fores! Give this man an "A" and a new contract!
He was a Duck, then he was an Avalanche, and then he was a Duck again. Kafka or Chris Wagner?
Eric Gelinas didn't get to play a lot and is therefore pretty tough to grade.
The Avalanche defense was bad, and Nick Holden was a part of it.
Mitchell may be the most consistent player on the Avalanche, but that may not be consistently good enough.
Moving on the No. 26 on our countdown. We reach a 38-year-old certain Hall-of-Famer who is having a harder time making the same contributions.
Looking back on the year of Avalanche goaltender #20 Yogi Reto Berra
Today we evaluate one of the more polarizing players of the Avalanche defensive corp. Is Zach Redmond better or worse than we think he is?
It seems like just yesterday when our dearest Tangs was 21-years old and hoisting Lord Stanley's Cup over his head. Time is a cruel beast.
We're working our way up from last season's lowest grade players to the highest. Guess who goes first?
NEWS: Avalanche adds to coaching staff.INFO: https://t.co/QsuAiKbC4t— Colorado Avalanche (@Avalanche) July 15, 2016
NEWS: Avalanche adds to coaching staff.INFO: https://t.co/QsuAiKbC4t