As NHL players were given the directive to continue their self-isolation at home until at least the end of April, slowly but surely Colorado Avalanche players have been breaking the silence since the NHL season paused on March 12th and offering up a little about what they are doing to keep busy and in shape.
Captain Gabe Landeskog joined the Altitude broadcast crew to discuss life in Toronto where his wife is from.
Cale Makar goes over some of the biggest milestones in his young hockey career thus far from the draft to UMass and joining the Avalanche.
An interesting and very detailed interview about workouts and nutrition as Nathan MacKinnon opens up about life back home in Nova Scotia.
The 24-year-old leader of the Colorado Avalanche on eating better, working out like Sidney Crosby, and the coronavirus shutdown of the NHL season https://t.co/rePhkbepjD— GQ Magazine (@GQMagazine) April 10, 2020
Pavel Francouz back in the Czech Republic discusses using virtual reality in lieu of work on ice tracking pucks.
Avalanche goalie Pavel Francouz is using virtual reality to stay sharp with the NHL season paused.https://t.co/F3SKt3hUh6— NHL.com (@NHLdotcom) April 10, 2020
Finally, Sam Girard is keeping busy with his puppy Tornade and staying sharp on his skills in his hometown of Roberval in northern Quebec.