A couple of weeks ago Cale Makar stood with his fellow Team Canada players and accepted a gold medal for winning the 2018 World Junior Championship Tournament. Before returning to play with the University of Massachusetts he was involved in some controversy with Hockey Canada, or more accurately someone involved him, to what ends isn't... Continue Reading →
Cale Makar showed back up on the ice for UMass following his whirlwind week in the news after winning gold at the World Junior Championship and subsequent alleged invitation and decline to the Canada's Olympic team. Makar did his talking on the ice by scoring two goals and adding an assist in the two game... Continue Reading →
The 2018 World Junior Championship ended in storybook fashion for Canadian and Avalanche fans rooting for their two newest and brightest defense prospects Cale Makar and Conor Timmins to win the gold medal. Both were instrumental in the championship run for Team Canada and were recognized on the world stage when the spotlight shone the... Continue Reading →
What will the Colorado Avalanche do about goaltending in the future is a common question with few answers or even a hint of direction. The status quo of just using Semyon Varlamov as long as he's functional seems to be Plan A. There will be a time either sooner or later where that no longer... Continue Reading →
Earl, Nathan, QueenJK and Rudo get together to talk about WJC superstars Makar and Timmins...and everyone else who attended too. As well as the usual suspects of major junior prospects and the guaranteed Rampage rant.
Ty Lewis lighting the lamp is nothing new but a beauty like this has to be shared. It tied the game late against rival Regina in an eventual 4-3 loss and wasn't even Lewis' most exciting goal of the week. The next game he scored the overtime winner in a 3-2 victory over Swift Current... Continue Reading →