A little bit of fun gossip to start with the rumor that the Colorado Avalanche might see the upcoming 25th anniversary season as an opportunity to bring back the old but not forgotten Quebec Nordiques threads for a night.
As the NHL continues to inch along in progress on making decisions concerning the NHL Draft and a 2019-20 season resumption plan, more Avalanche players have made an appearance on social media and online.
Ryan Graves was the latest player to stop by and chat with the Altitude team about his successful first full season in the NHL and training back home in Atlantic Canada.
One player who has remained in Denver, Philipp Grubauer discusses staying in shape by taking advantage of the outdoors and bicycling many miles per day.
Philipp Grubauer said he has recovered from his lower-body injury and will be ready to play for the Avalanche if the NHL season resumes. The goalie was injured in the third period of the 2020 Stadium Series. https://t.co/EeQlxGFKw4— NHL.com (@NHLdotcom) May 4, 2020
Always a fun interview, Cale Makar gives a lighthearted look into living back at home with his younger brother and parents in Alberta.
This could be one of the last times Cale Makar and his family are all living in the same house.— Ryan S. Clark (@ryan_s_clark) May 7, 2020
They are making the most of it by spending time together ... and trying to convince their dad it is time for the family to get a dog. #Avs https://t.co/1oQHHjN8Cu
Finally, from just before the pandemic hit Andre Burakovsky takes viewers on a tour of what his life is like in Denver following practice. (Be sure to turn on English subtitles if needed).