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1 hr ago | CBC News
Colorado Avalanche head coach Patrick Roy leads a practice at the Bell Centre on Monday.
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1 hr ago | Daily Camera
Although Ryan O'Reilly did not practice Monday - one day after leaving Colorado's game early with a presumed injury - Avalanche coach Patrick Roy said his young star left winger will be in the lineup Tuesday against the Montreal Canadiens.
1 hr ago | The Globe and Mail
Colorado Avalanche head coach Patrick Roy leads a practice at the Bell Centre Monday, March 17, 2014 in Montreal.
3 hrs ago | CNN
The up-and-coming face of the Avalanche has two red lines below each eye. There's a tiny gap between his front teeth that you notice when he smiles, which is often.
The Ottawa Senators surrendered a 4-3 overtime loss to the Colorado Avalanche in the teams' last meeting on Jan. 8. The result might prove much more costly for the Senators, who continue to slide further away from a playoff spot.
After a stunning final 5 minute collapse in Montreal last night that pretty much sealed the deal on the Senators missing the playoffs, they return home to what will likely be a hostile fan base to face one of the biggest surprise teams in the Western Conference.
Avalanche coach Patrick Roy, center rear, watches from bench as the final seconds elapse in the third period of Wednesday's 3-2 win over the Blackhawks.
The Avalanche ranks 25th with 32.6 shots allowed per game, putting pressure on its goaltenders.
Mar 12, 2014; Denver, CO, USA; Chicago Blackhawks head coach Joel Quenneville looks on from behind the bench against the Colorado Avalanche in the first period at the Pepsi Center.
Colorado Avalanche player Patrick Bordeleau and the Ducks' Brad Staubitz fight during the first period of an NHL game on Feb. 6, 2013.
He recently found an old helmet of his at his locker, stripped away to just a shell.
There were much more important things for Ducks coach Bruce Boudreau to focus on than a strange incident five months ago.
But it isn't necessarily the who, it's the what: And what the Avalanche have been doing this season with who they have on their roster has been a source of endless fascination for many who closely follow the league.
Semyon Varlamov stopped 37 shots for his 100th NHL win and Brad Malone scored his first goal of the season, helping the Colorado Avalanche hold off the Chicago Blackhawks 3-2 on Wednesday night.