Following the match in Dallas the Colorado Avalanche headed home for a day of practice and regroup before their next Central division battle with the Nashville Predators on Thursday, November 7th. If you missed the game, here is our complete recap.
Pierre-Edouard Bellemare skated in his 400th career NHL game last night was one bit of positive news on an otherwise tough evening.
Pierre-Edouard Bellemare is expected to skate in his 400th NHL game tonight.— Colorado Avalanche (@Avalanche) November 5, 2019
He is only the third French-born player to reach that milestone, joining Paul MacLean and Antoine Roussel. #GoAvsGo pic.twitter.com/cmoe02IFOC
Time for some weekly Cale Content and this one was a little quick fire Q&A with the rookie defenseman.
Juice, smoothie, he's heard all the leaf–inspired nicknames before but hey, the rookie really is as wholesome as they come!— NHLPA (@NHLPA) November 1, 2019
⏱️One minute with @Cmakar16 pic.twitter.com/SRtMUllLW2
Bowen Byram took a minute to chat about his season and upcoming possible World Junior Championship participation.
He was the fourth overall pick in June’s NHL draft by the @Avalanche. Many believe he’ll play a huge role on Team Canada this Christmas. We go chat with @WHLGiants d-man— JuniorHockeyMagazine (@JuniorHockeyMag) November 4, 2019
@BowenByra. Listen here: https://t.co/jcW3Y3wI6I or wherever you get podcasts.#chl #whl #ohl #qbmjhl pic.twitter.com/Aat0UXhE3p
Despite a last week recall to the Colorado Eagles, it was Josh Dickinson who earned ECHL Player of the Month honors. In his stint with the Eagles thus far Dickinson has registered two points in three games.
Josh Dickinson of the @UtahGrizzlies named @WarriorHockey #ECHL Player of the Monthhttps://t.co/wnzkb1M3rD— ECHL (@ECHL) November 4, 2019
Next time you think the Avs are bad in OT, remember what happened in Vancouver last night:
Unreal pic.twitter.com/MXqTOKhzfm— Brady Trettenero (@BradyTrett) November 6, 2019
The Athletic has a large batch of interesting content this week for their subscribers including an in-depth look at the state of drug use in the NHL.
The ‘secret everybody knows’: Drugs like cocaine and molly are becoming more popular in the NHL. From @KatieJStrang. https://t.co/ODrsWn1Kut— The Athletic NHL (@TheAthleticNHL) November 5, 2019