Final Grades 2015
Every player to suit up in the Burgundy & Blue, reviewed by Mile High Hockey's editorial staff.
Year-End Review: Matt Duchene
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.
Year-End Review: Carl Soderberg
After a rough start, Carl Soderberg delivered a pretty solid season for the Avalanche.
Year-End Review: Francois Beauchemin
You couldn’t ask any more of Francois Beauchemin last season, and he delivered more often than not.
Year-End Review: Chris Bigras
The 21-year old was quiet in his production, but we should be excited going forward.
Year-End Review: Mikkel Boedker
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.
Year-End Review: Andreas Martinsen
The big Norwegian was an unending source of great hits last season. Can he stick around next year?
Year-End Review: Erik Johnson
The Condor couldn't replicate his 2014-15 success, but he's still the best the team has.
Year-End Review: Borna Rendulic
Rendulic flashed a lot of potential in 2014-15 before breaking his leg. Now we'll never see him fulfill it.
Year-End Review: Tyson Barrie
Not much consensus on the play of Tyson Barrie, but that's the kind of player he is.
Year-End Review: Nathan MacKinnon
Reviewing the speedy youngster's junior year in the NHL.
Year-End Review: Mikko Rantanen
Colorado's 1st Round draft pick was not very good -- but that's ok.
Year-End Review: Gabriel Landeskog
Landeskog's point total last season doesn't stand out, but his impact on the team is significant nonetheless.
Year-End Review: Cody McLeod
Punchin' faces and checkin' dem fores! Give this man an "A" and a new contract!
Year-End Review: Chris Wagner
He was a Duck, then he was an Avalanche, and then he was a Duck again. Kafka or Chris Wagner?
Year-End Review: Eric Gelinas
Eric Gelinas didn't get to play a lot and is therefore pretty tough to grade.
Year-End Review: Nick Holden
The Avalanche defense was bad, and Nick Holden was a part of it.
Year-End Review: John Mitchell
Mitchell may be the most consistent player on the Avalanche, but that may not be consistently good enough.
Year-End Review: Jarome Iginla
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.
Year in Review: Reto Berra
Looking back on the year of Avalanche goaltender #20
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Year-End Review: Zach Redmond
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?
Year-End Review: Alex Tanguay
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.
Year-End Review: Brad Stuart
We're working our way up from last season's lowest grade players to the highest. Guess who goes first?
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