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NHL Rumors: The Colorado Avalanche Are The Frontrunners For Taylor Hall NHL rumors: It looks like the New Jersey Devils could trade Taylor Hall sooner than later, with the Colorado Avalanche looking like the frontrunners.

NHL Rumors: Oilers, Coyotes, Bruins, Avalanche, More This has led to speculation the Coyotes are interested in Taylor Hall but Chayka has also has made it clear that he likes his roster and doesn't want to split it up. So, if the Coyotes are to acquire Hall, it appears they'll try to do so by moving prospects and picks only, not roster players.

NHL Prospects Who Could Be Traded - Western Conference Edition Looking at four NHL prospects from Western Conference teams that could be traded before the February 24th NHL trade deadline.

Colorado Avalanche: Can They Survive Without Cale Makar? Colorado Avalanche star rookie defenseman Cale Makar left the Bruins game apparently injured. Can the team survive such a loss? The Colorado Avalanche defe…

Where the hockey education of Avalanche rookie sensation Cale Makar began CALGARY, Alberta - The sun dips beneath a snow-peaked horizon beyond where the building sits, tucked away on the wooded hillside of a quiet and well-kept neighborhood.

Avs Game 29 Grades: Defensive dominance Mark Barberio - B I really liked Barbs tonight. He kept it simple and didn't try to do anything outside of what he's capable of. I nice read on the Cole.

The Joy of Six? Avs extend streak, and their defense is a… The Avalanche extended their six-game winning streak by limiting the Bruins to a combined eight shots through the first two periods before facing an all-out assault of shots in the third without giving up a goal.

Avalanche continue to roll despite injuries in 4-1 loss It seems like the Avalanche just can't seem to stay healthy. With injuries to both Cale Makar and starting goaltender Philipp Grubauer during their Saturday night game, they lost two more pivotal players just as their first onslaught of injuries finally seemed healed up.

Avalanche Send Bruins to 1st Home Regulation Loss, 4-1 Ian Cole scored his first goal of season, backup goalie Pavel Francouz stopped all 16 shots he faced and the Colorado Avalanche beat the Boston Bruins 4-1.

Avs put on a defensive show for sixth straight victory "A Stanley Cup preview." There are a handful of teams that run into each other every year and the game gets billed as a potential preview of the Stanley.

Boston Bruins can't muster another comeback, fall to Colorado Avalanche, 4-1 Two of them are two Colorado. Boston led 1-0 when Chris Wagner scored with 6:46 left in the first period. Colorado goalie Philipp Grubauer was shaken up shortly after and had to leave the game. Francouz shined in relief with 16 saves.

Avs defeat Bruins, 4-1, for sixth consecutive victory BOSTON - Ian Cole will forever have fond memories of TD Garden. The old-school Avalanche defenseman made his NHL debut against the Boston Bruins as a member of the Saint Louis Blues in 2010-11, and he scored a rare goal - the game-winner and his first of the season - Saturday night in his 500th game in the league.

Avs win again, but lose Cale Makar BOSTON - One of the things Avalanche have said as a saving grace in recent times: At least they still have MacKinnon and Makar. Cale Makar was injured Saturday night. Just when it seemed like the Avs were shaking the injury bug, they not only lost No.

Philipp Grubauer hurt again BOSTON - The Colorado Avalanche likely will have to live life again for a while without their No. 1 goaltender, as Philipp Grubauer had to leave Saturday night's game here at TD Garden in the first period with another lower-body injury. The specifics of the injury remain private, but the worry is that he might have a recurring groin injury.

Ian Cole plays his 500th career game in Boston, where his NHL career began BOSTON - Avalanche defenseman Ian Cole made his NHL debut in 2009-10 at TD Garden, where he played his 500th game Saturday night. The milestone games against the Boston Bruins are "pretty cool," Cole told the team's website at Saturday's morning skate.

Avalanche Weekly Breakdown: The three-headed monster reunited Allie Monroy and Nathan Rudolph discuss the Avs six-game win streak, the three headed monster and more!

Bruins lines vs. Colorado: Striking it Ritch Nobody knows what is happening!

Colorado Avalanche Celebrating Women's Hockey with Jesse Compher The Colorado Avalanche had an off day in Boston yesterday. So, the social media team followed a game played by Jesse Compher, JT's sister. The Colorado Ava…

Colorado Avalanche Game Day: in the den with Boston Tonight, the Colorado Avalanche look to make it an Original Six sweep with wins over the Toronto Maple Leafs, Montreal Canadiens, and hopefully the Boston Bruins. The Avs are playing their third game in four nights against a Bruins team that is coming off a 4-3 OT loss to the Chicago Blackhawks on Thursday night.

NHL Rumors: Avalanche, Devils, Red Wings, More In today's NHL rumors, there is news out of Colorado regarding Nathan MacKinnon, plus trade buzz surrounding the New Jersey Devils and Detroit Red Wings.

Colorado Avalanche: How They Became Contenders Under GM Joe Sakic Granted, it's still early in the season, but no one could have seen Burakovsky develop into a fringe point-per-game player to give the Avalanche another secondary weapon up front. In the middle of a rash of injuries to key players, Burakovsky has come through with 21 points in 25 games.

NHL Rumors: Scouting PHI-ARI and MTL-COL… MacKinnon Would Take Less On His Next Contract Again TSN: Colorado Avalanche forward Nathan MacKinnon said that he would take less on his next contract to help retain/gain more players as he wants to win with this group. Darren Dreger said that he spoke with MacKinnon's agent Pat Brisson.

Why I don't think the Avs should pursue Taylor Hall BOSTON – I’ve tossed and turned with this one for a few days now, but have come to my own conclusion now on this at least: I don’t think the Avs should make a big trade to get Taylor Hall. My reasons for this: I think this team might be good enough, the way it’s constructed,.

Chambers: Taylor Hall trade would make Avalanche bona fide Cup contenders 9 Avalanche sweaters are available for Taylor Hall, and the more I ponder this possible trade acquisition, the more it makes sense for the team and the player. Such a deal would also play out nicely for New Jersey because Colorado has what the Devils would want in return for the 2018 Hart Trophy winner and pending unrestricted free agent.

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