Tuesday was moving day on the Avalanche roster as defenseman Kevin Connauton was recalled from the Colorado Eagles to take the roster spot vacated by Conor Timmins. With Ian Cole’s impending return much earlier than expected it remains to be seen how Jared Bednar plans to shake out the defense moving forward.
We have recalled Kevin Connauton from the Colorado Eagles. #GoAvsGo pic.twitter.com/Dqw41J7WkA— Colorado Avalanche (@Avalanche) October 8, 2019
The Colorado Avalanche are making a great gesture offering free tickets to the upcoming game on Saturday October 12th against the Arizona Coyotes to all female youth hockey players. Let’s hope as many young ladies get out to the game as possible.
In partnership with Team Colorado, CAHA is offering all female youth hockey players two complimentary tickets to Saturday's game to celebrate Girls Hockey Night.#GoAvsGo— Colorado Avalanche (@Avalanche) October 8, 2019
As always, Cale Makar is a popular in the media especially as content from his appearance at the NHL media tour gets released. His interview with Dan Rosen is now available on @TheRink podcast.
The @Avalanche have a good one in @Cmakar16, @drosennhl sat down with the rookie defenseman on the latest episode of NHL @TheRink. Subscribe for free, it's available on all podcast platforms. Listen here: https://t.co/MXEC5637dh pic.twitter.com/tYJinSIbso— NHL.com (@NHLdotcom) October 7, 2019
Speaking of Makar, a discussion of his chances in the Calder race along with other candidates from the Sporting News. Makar has a good start on his peers with two points in his first two games.
Who will win the 2019-20 Calder Trophy? Top contenders, sleepers https://t.co/AymIqGtiaH pic.twitter.com/N8kx9mhUra— Sporting News NHL (@sn_nhl) October 7, 2019
The Hockey News ranks forwards Alex Newhook, Sampo Ranta, Matt Stienburg and defenseman Drew Helleson among their top 100 NCAA prospects to watch this season.
Who is the cream of the crop in the NCAA this season? @THNRyanKennedy breaks down the top 100 players in the college circuit in 2019-20:https://t.co/ONOqwpB4UD— The Hockey News (@TheHockeyNews) October 8, 2019