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Seattle Kraken 2021-22 Season Recap

The first-ever season for the Seattle Kraken, well, happened. They finished dead last in the Western Conference and a bulk of their moves from the Expansion Draft and in free agency haven’t panned out.

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NHL Weekly Stock Up, Stock Down: 10/29-11/04

The third full week of the 2021-2022 NHL season is nearing completion. Much to the dismay of hockey fans everywhere, Covid-19 has continued to loom large over the league.

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Seattle Kraken Team Preview

There is a new kid on the block this NHL Season, their name is the Seattle Kraken. The Pacific Northwest’s newest franchise hits the ice for the very first time later on tonight against the Vegas Golden Knights at T-Mobile Arena. 

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Impending Free Agents for the Colorado Avalanche

The Colorado Avalanche are entering the first of two huge years. Their championship window is wide open and have a core that looks to be championship caliber. With a foundation this good also comes important contract decisions.

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NHL Playoff Preview: St. Louis Blues vs. Colorado Avalanche

When looking at the first-round matchups this year, the Blues versus the Avs appears to be the most lopsided. The regular season series was relatively even, with Colorado taking five of the eight games.

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Backup Goaltender on Fire for the Avalanche

Pavel Francouz has been on another level lately for the Colorado Avalanche. Aaron Huberts dissects the netminder’s play of late.

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The Colorado Avalanche Hype is Real

This off-season. the Colorado Avalanche were all the rage. It was quite popular to jump on the bandwagon and start the hype train barreling towards what, based on the speculation, was a sure-thing Stanley Cup contender. Three games into the

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Colorado’s Woes Continue, Defense is Brutal for the Avs

The Colorado Avalanche were one of the top stories last season. After having just 48 points in a miserable 2016-2017 season, the Avs bounced back with making the playoffs last spring. In the post-season, Colorado took it to heavy favorites Nashville Predators, but they fell short in Game 6 loss at the Pepsi Center in Denver when the Preds closed out the series with a resounding 4-0 victory.

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