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Colorado Avalanche: News From Around the NHL November 11th, 2015

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ICYMI: Jarome Iginla scores a goal through the tiniest possible window. [SB Nation]

Veteran defender Martin Skoula retires. [WDSU]

Patrick Bordeleau has been suspended for three (3) games as a consequence of a boarding incident. [The AHL]

Top 10 worst draft-lottery losses. [ESPN]

From goon to ‘hall monitor,' Pronger's making a different impact on the NHL. [The Globe and Mail]

U.S. GM calls out Ryan McDonagh, Zach Parise and Ryan Suter. [Toronto Sun]

Arguing for the first-timers on the 2016 Hall of Fame ballot. [ESPN]

NHL GMs discuss decreasing size of goalie equipment, increasing net size as ways to generate more offence. [National Post]

Nineteen year old Zach Bratina, the North Bay Battalion's top scorer so far this year, has retired from hockey due to concussion-like symptoms. The same article says that Kyle Wood is expected to play next week. [Nugget]

Captains Canada: Bearing the responsibility of losing in a hockey-mad market. [Calgary Herald]

Forwards dominate top of 2016 NHL prospect race. [TSN]