Prospect Weekly: Still Ticking

It appeared Josh Anderson and Swift Current were moving on to the WHL Eastern Conference Finals after game six but Moose Jaw forced the issue by tying the game late and ultimately prevailing 3-2 in overtime to force a game seven. Swift Current would get their revenge with an impressive 6-0 win in that following... Continue Reading →

Prospect Weekly: Postseason Glory

In a nice surprise, the Avalanche continue adding prospects to their stable and in consideration for the new AHL Colorado Eagles roster next season with the signing of 20 year-old center Josh Dickinson out of Clarkson University to a three year Entry Level Contract. He has since signed a try-out agreement to finish the season with the San... Continue Reading →

Prospect Weekly: In Transition

The big prospect news of the week is that Travis Barron and Josh Anderson have signed their Entry Level Contracts and look primed to begin their professional hockey careers with the Avalanche organization next season. Travis Barron might get a sneak peek at that pro career early as his Ottawa 67s were eliminated from the... Continue Reading →

Prospect Weekly: New Endings

As the season begins to wind down and playoff realities are becoming clearer, there's a lot going on and at stake for Avalanche prospects as of late. The San Antonio Rampage got caught again with five defenseman including a green recall from the ECHL and leaned on Nicolas Meloche quite a bit. For the second... Continue Reading →

Prospect Weekly: Validation

Jean-Christophe Beaudin had a big week scoring a goal and an assist for the San Antonio Rampage. The goal as seen below used his patented heavy shot just inside the offensive zone in San Antonio's 3-2 loss in overtime to Ontario. The assist was on a great steal in the neutral zone and feed from... Continue Reading →

First Look: Ryan Graves

The Avalanche decided they were satisfied with their NHL roster at this season's uneventful trade deadline however kept their deadline trade streak alive at now 16 years as they made one trade at the AHL level. That move was to ship out Chris Bigras in a swap of third year pro defensemen on expiring Entry... Continue Reading →

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