Post Tagged with: "Gabriel Landeskog"

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Avalanche of Issues in Colorado

To be fair, the 2014-15 NHL season is still relatively young. Yet with seven games played thus far, the Colorado Avalanche have certainly served up more worry than inspiration. Currently […]

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2014-15 Colorado Avalanche Player Projections and Opening Night Lineup

The 2014-15 Colorado season gets underway Thursday, October the 9th, when the Avalanche take on their Central Division rival, the Minnesota Wild. To set up the coming season, let’s begin by […]

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Best Home Opener in 2014-15?

Hard to believe there’s only four days until puck drop of the 2014-15 season. But, we know we couldn’t be any happier that the wait has nearly come to an […]

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Colorado Avalanche: 2014-15 Stanley Cup Champions?

In 2013-14, the Colorado Avalanche were the biggest surprise in the NHL. After failing to reach the playoffs in each of the past three seasons, stretching from 2010-11 to 2012-13, […]

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A Look Back: Gabriel Landeskog’s Unique Path to Success

When the name Gabriel Landeskog is mentioned around NHL circles, there are a few words that are bound to pop up nearly every time. Leader is obvious, as the 21-year-old […]

by · May 19, 2014 · 0 comments · Colorado Avalanche, OHL
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Youngest Captain In NHL Leading By Example

There have been a lot of great stories to come out of Colorado this season, most of which have been covered by The Hockey Writers. Matt Duchene being named to […]

by · April 8, 2014 · 0 comments · Colorado Avalanche
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What Edmonton Can Learn From Colorado

Both the Edmonton Oilers and Colorado Avalanche have admittedly been in the rebuild process over the past half-decade (some would say longer). This has allowed each team to stockpile blue-chip […]

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What if Olympic Hockey Went to an Under-23 Format?

The Winter Olympics and the NHL’s participation in them is a hot button topic every four years. Depending who you ask the league’s involvement is seen in both a positive […]

by · November 30, 2013 · 2 comments · Olympics
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Colorado Avalanche and the Paul Stastny Dilemma

Paul Stastny, the story of his NHL career has been one that has two sides. Stastny has never played for any team other than the Colorado Avalanche and has seen […]

by · November 22, 2013 · Comments are Disabled · Colorado Avalanche
Five Western Conference Players That Are Prototypical Bruins

Five Western Conference Players That Are Prototypical Bruins

Whether it’s the trading deadline, the NHL Entry Draft, or the beginning of free agency, people are always talking about players that fit the Bruins mold.  Typically, when people refer […]

by · November 22, 2013 · 1 comment · Boston Bruins
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The Five Biggest Early Surprises of the 2013-14 Season

Surprise is the greatest gift which life can grant us — Boris Pasternak The 20th century Russian novelist’s ridiculous hyperbole notwithstanding, there have been a number of fascinating early storylines […]

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Lucic and Landeskog Steal Attention from Avalanche Win Over Bruins

What happens when Milan Lucic wants to fight Gabriel Landeskog?

It’s a weird question, right? Take a talented, young captain of an Avalanche team who is on the verge of winning their fourth-straight game to start the season under new coach Patrick Roy, and pair him with the Bruins’ top-line winger who is no stranger to mixing it up with opponents.

So, who wins? Nobody, really.