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Panthers' Luongo Gets 67th Shutout, 1-0 Vs Sabres

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BUFFALO, N.Y. (AP) — Roberto Luongo stopped 26 shots for his 67th career shutout, leading the FloridaPanthers to a 1-0 win over the Buffalo Sabres on Friday night for their first victory of the season. 391 more words


Avs happy Iginla picked them

When 19-year NHL veteran Jarome Iginla chose to sign with the Colorado Avalanche in the offseason he did so knowing he was joining a young dressing room, but he didn’t arrive in Denver looking to change much. 578 more words

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Colorado Avalanche serve as good point of reference for Ottawa Senators in home-opener victory

OTTAWA — After the pre-game Laser show ended and the red carpet was rolled up, the Senators faced a fire drill.

Sure the new-look, new-approach Senators survived their season-opening road trip, winning two of three against the likes of Nashville and the Florida teams. 846 more words


Avalanche Place Varlamov On Injured Reserve

DENVER (AP) – The Colorado Avalanche have placed goaltender Semyon Varlamov on injured reserve with a groin ailment.

The move is retroactive to Tuesday, when the Russian goalie possibly tweaked his groin in a 3-2 overtime loss in Toronto. 88 more words


Captain, my captains part of the Senators home opener

In addition to being the Ottawa Senators home opener Thursday, it was also young Swedish captain night at the Canadian Tire Centre.

For the Senators, 24-year-old Erik Karlsson took his first regular season spin with the weight of an additional letter on his sweater. 510 more words

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Avalanche morning skate update

After practicing this morning in preparation for tonight’s game with the Senators, the Avalanche placed G Semyon Varlamov on IR with a groin injury.

Coach Roy initally said that Varlamov was a game time decision tonight, but obviously the extent of the injury is worse than suspected. 194 more words

7 Reasons Why The Avalanche Should Get An Outdoor Game Next Season

DENVER (CBS4) – Being outdoors in Colorado in the winter can be chilly and it can be snowy — sometimes very snowy — and it’s just for these reasons that the NHL should award the Colorado Avalanche an outdoor game next season. 586 more words