The fun begins on October 11th!
Landeskog and Rantnen are both out for the foreseeable future
Taking a 3-1 series lead, the Colorado Avalanche came back down two goals on Mikko Rananen’s overtime snipe
The Avalanche look to overcome injuries to get a big win against the San Jose Sharks
It’s been a long time since the Avalanche played a game at home, and now they’re back with a matinee game.
After putting together their best game of the year against the Chicago Blackhawks Tuesday, the Avs (22-54-3) close out their last home game of the year against the Minnesota Wild (47-25-8).
After losing for the 57th time this year, the Avalanche (21-54-3) come home for their final home-stand of the year kicking off against the Western Conference leading Chicago Blackhawks (50-22-7).
The Tyson Jost era begins for the Avalanche (20-53-3) as the Blues (42-28-6) come to town.
The Avalanche (20-51-3) close out their final road trip north of the border Monday night in Calgary (42-29-4).
After another third period meltdown, the Avs (20-49-3) play host to the Edmonton Oilers (39-24-9).
After a couple of road losses, the Avs (20-48-3) head home to take on the Blues (38-28-5).
Meeting for the first time since last year's Stadium Series, the Avalanche (19-46-3) and the Red Wings (26-30-11) have a lot less to play for.
The Avs (19-45-3) make a trip to Arizona to take on their basement buddies, the Arizona Coyotes (24-35-8).
With the Avs (18-44-3) taking on the Devils (25-29-12) Thursday night, let's play Devil's advocate.
Frankly my dear, the Avs don't give a damn.
With the trade deadline come and gone, the Avalanche (17-41-3) kick off their final 21 games in Ottawa (33-22-6).
With the NHL on the verge of the trade deadline, the Avalanche (17-40-3) begin a road trip in Philadelphia (28-26-7).
After another close home loss, the Avs (16-39-3) return to the road in Nashville (28-22-9).
After losing another one of their best defensemen to injury, the Avalanche (16-38-3) will try to pull together a strong outing against the Los Angeles Kings (28-26-4).
After getting blanked by the Sabres, the Avalanche (15-38-2) head south to take on the Carolina Hurricanes (24-22-7).
After dropping yet another road game, the Avalanche (15-37-2) head to Buffalo to meet up with the Sabres (24-23-10).
After a tough weekend in NYC, the Avalanche (15-36-2) make their way Jersey way to take on the Devils (23-22-10).
After shutting out the Montreal Canadiens Tuesday night, the Avalanche (15-33-2) look to win three straight for the first time this season against the Pittsburgh Penguins (33-13-6).
After securing their first regulation win in 54 days, the Avalanche (14-33-2) seek revenge for their worst lost of the year against the Montreal Canadiens (30-16-8) and claim their first consecutive victories since November.
After falling for the eighth straight game, the Avs (13-32-2) hope for better results in the second half of their back-to-back in LA (25-21-4).
After five days off for the All-Star break, the Avs (13-31-2) get back to action against the Anaheim Ducks (27-15-9)
After yet another embarrassing loss, the Avalanche (13-30-2) play their last game before the All-Star break against the Vancouver Canucks (22-20-6).
After falling to the Sharks (29-16-2) in overtime in San Jose Saturday night, the Avalanche (13-29-2) and Sharks are back at it Monday night in Denver.
After an offensive loss to the Blackhawks, the Avs (13-28-1) hit the road against the Ducks (25-13-9).
After losing to Cody McLeod and the Nashville Predators, the Avalanche (13-27-1) host the Chicago Blackhawks (27-14-5).
After five days off, the Avalanche (13-25-1) return to action against the Ducks (22-13-8).
The Avs (12-25-1) return home and look to end their ten game home losing streak against the New York Islanders (15-15-6).
The Avs (12-24-1) look to avoid their third losing streak of five or more games this season against the Flames (20-17-2).
With an awful 2016 behind them, the Avalanche (12-23-1) look to get 2017 off to a good start with a win in Vancouver (17-18-3).
"It's a cross-check in the lower back eight feet off the boards and puts him head-first into another player when he doesn't have the puck, to me, that's a penalty all day. ... Lucky he didn't get h...
Coming soon to a rink near you : https://t.co/32Wxnm8XbT#GoAvsGo pic.twitter.com/RZfRh3AJu3— Colorado Avalanche (@Avalanche) July 13, 2023
Coming soon to a rink near you : https://t.co/32Wxnm8XbT#GoAvsGo pic.twitter.com/RZfRh3AJu3