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The Philadelphia Flyers have signed center Chris VandeVelde to a one-year contract. More News VandeVelde had been with the club's American Hockey League affiliate in Adirondack and recorded seven goals with six assists for 13 points in 23 games for
The Avalanche coach made two Thanksgiving promotions Thursday, moving gritty left wing and assistant captain Cody McLeod to the first line and lifting fellow tough guy Patrick Bordeleau up to the third line. In Friday's game at Minnesota that begins
32 into overtime and Semyon Varlamov won his third straight start with 19 saves, leading the Colorado Avalanche to a 1-0 victory over the Los Angeles Kings on Saturday night. Varlamov's 12th career shutout came one day after prosecutors in Denver
Where are the Avalanche wingers, right? Patty knows The Denver Post Posted: 11/14/2013 12:01:00 AM MST Denver Post sports writer Adrian Dater posts his Avs Mailbag on Thursdays during the NHL season...After the Steve Downie trade we now have 7
Avalanche coach Patrick Roy would rather reward a player for his patience and team-first attitude than add another body to his 10-1 team. With or without injured left wing Jamie McGinn, Roy will not call in reinforcements to serve as his 12th forward.
After two scheduled off days, McGinn is the only Avs player not practicing Wednesday. His injury, however, is probably not serious because the Avs have not called up a forward from the Lake Erie Monsters, their American Hockey League affiliate.
The Philadelphia Flyers loaned forward Tye McGinn to the Adirondack Phantoms of the American Hockey League on Friday. More News The roster move likely means that forward Scott Hartnell may return from an upper body injury that had him sidelined for
The Canes made 12 training camp cuts Wednesday, trimming the roster to 35 players. Headed to the Charlotte Checkers (AHL) training camp are: forwards Victor Rask, Justin Shugg, Brody Sutter and Brendan Woods; defensemen Danny Biega, Mark Flood,
Roy, who will begin his NHL coaching career Oct. 2 when the Avs host the Anaheim Ducks, held his season-opening press conference at the Pepsi Center on Wednesday during the team's first official day together. "Quite frankly, I'm a little nervous but
Jamie McGinn scored twice, Jean-Sebastien Giguere stopped 29 shots and the Colorado Avalanche prevented the St. Louis Blues from wrapping up a playoff spot with a 5-3 win on Sunday night. Cody McLeod, Matt Duchene and Chuck Kobasew also scored for