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Colorado Avalanche: News From Around the NHL March 20th, 2015

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Sad news: Matthew Wuest, the founder of CapGeek, passed away from colon cancer earlier this week. Condolences to the family. [Metro News Canada]

The Montreal Canadiens have joined in a partnership with their local CWHL team. [The Hockey News]

An open letter to David Branch discussing the problems CHL players have. [Hockey in Society]

In case you didn't know, the Avalanche play pretty well in their Blueberries. [Sports Logos]

Who has the best flow in the NHL? [The Score]

What happens when a plane doesn't have room for the Stanley Cup and all the passenger bags? If it's in Canada, the passengers volunteer to get their bags later so that the Cup can fly. [CBC]

Mike Green's fave hockey sticks have been discontinued. The fans that bought them are now offering them to him. [Russian Machine Never Breaks]

Wickenheiser shares some highlights of hockey life. [Prince George Citizen]

There are a number of interesting and unusual goaltending records. Here's a list of some of them. Of course, Patrick Roy is on the list. [Grantland]

Don Cherry launches a pet rescue foundation. [Sportsnet]

Are goalies too unpredictable to be able to analyze them? [Toronto Sun]