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Colorado’s First Stanley Cup Was Won 18 Years Ago Today

It was just 18 years ago today (June 10) the Colorado Avalanche won their first Stanley Cup in team history. It was the very first world title in a pro-sports that the city of Denver had won. The Broncos had been to the Super Bowl but came up a little short; the Nuggets have yet to play in the NBA finals and the Rockies didn’t make the World Series until 2007.

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The Colorado Avalanche Start Playoff Hockey Tonight

Tonight the Colorado Avalanche will do something they have not done in four years. They will start a playoff series in the NHL. The Avalanche had a great season and will start their quest at home against the Minnesota Wild.

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17 Years Ago Today the Greatest Hockey Fight in History Happened [VIDEO]

Who could forget the infamous brawl at Joe Louis Arena on March 26, 1997 between the Detroit Red Wings and Colorado Avalanche?

The Red Wings/Avalanche rivalry hit its pinnacle 17 years ago on March 26th, just short of a year after Colorado's Claude Lemieux rocked Detroit's Chris Draper into the boards breaking Draper's jaw and shattering his cheek in a 1996 playoff game

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And Coach of the Year in the NHL is Patrick Roy

The NHL season is coming to a close and in my opinion the man who will win the coach of the year award should be Patrick Roy. In his first year behind the bench Roy (pronouced "Waa", for the rookies) has made the Colorado Avalanche one of the top teams in the Western Conference.

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NHL Players Will Play in the 2014 Winter Olympics

The NHL, the Players’ Association and the International Ice Hockey Federation have reached an agreement to allow the players to represent their countries in the up coming Winter Games. It will be the fifth Olympics featuring NHL players since they were first allowed to represent their countries in 1998. The NHL will interrupt its season from Feb. 9-26 for the tournament, which will take place from Feb. 12-23 in Sochi, Russia.

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The Avalanche Ink Duchene Long Term

Thursday the Colorado Avalanche locked up young center Matt Duchene to a five-year $30 million dollar contract extension. The 22-year-old has 82 goals and 111 assists in 266 games with the Avalanche. With Nathan Mackinnon, Paul Stastny and Ryan O’Reilly the Avalanche will be one of the deepest teams at center this season.

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The Colorado Avalanche Signed Defenseman Andre Benoit

On day one of free agency, in the NHL, the Colorado Avalanche signed defenseman Andre Benoit to a one-year deal on Friday. The 29-year-old who finally earned a spot in the NHL last season with Ottawa had 10 points in limited playing time on the blue-line.

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Avalanche Stick to Their Guns

The Colorado Avalanche take Nathan Mackinnon with the first pick over all in the NHL draft. The Avalanche had said they preferred Mackinnon over Seth Jones for the last two weeks and they stuck to their guns. The Avalanche, who won the NHL's Draft lottery to leapfrogFloridafor the first pick, said they like Jones, but felt the team's need was greater at forward.

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Alex Tanguay Returns to the Colorado Avalanche

Last night the Colorado Avalanche made a trade with the Calgary Flames, sending David Jones and Shane O’Brien to the Flames for Cory Sairch and Alex Tanguay. The deal brings the 33-year-old Tanguay back to the city where he started his career. Drafted by the Avalanche in first round (12th overall) in 1998, Tanguay played his first six seasons for Colorado before being traded to the Flames in June of 2006.

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Pierre Lacroix Steps Down After 18 Season With the Colorado Avalanche

For the past 18 seasons Pierre Lacroix has been in the front office of the Colorado Avalanche. In that time He made deals to bring Patrick Roy, Rob Blake and Ray Bourque to the Avalanche and two Stanley Cup titles, not a bad run. On Friday Lacroix stepped down as president of the team and will hand the keys to a couple of familiar faces, but he will stay on as an advisor.

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