Fixtures

NHL 05/24 01:30 124 COL Avalanche vs STL Blues - View
NHL 05/25 23:00 124 COL Avalanche vs STL Blues - View

Results

NHL 05/22 00:00 124 [1] COL Avalanche v STL Blues [3] W 5-2
NHL 05/20 01:30 124 [3] STL Blues v COL Avalanche [1] L 4-1
NHL 05/18 01:30 124 [3] STL Blues v COL Avalanche [1] W 2-3
NHL 05/10 01:30 122 [1] COL Avalanche v NAS Predators [5] W 5-3
NHL 05/07 20:30 122 [1] COL Avalanche v NAS Predators [5] W 7-3
NHL 05/06 01:30 122 [5] NAS Predators v COL Avalanche [1] W 1-2
NHL 05/04 01:30 122 [5] NAS Predators v COL Avalanche [1] W 2-7
NHL 04/30 00:00 - [1] COL Avalanche v MIN Wild [2] L 1-4
NHL 04/29 01:00 - [5] NAS Predators v COL Avalanche [1] L 5-4
NHL 04/27 01:30 - [3] STL Blues v COL Avalanche [1] W 3-5
NHL 04/24 23:00 - [1] COL Avalanche v WIN Jets [6] L 1-4
NHL 04/23 01:00 - [1] COL Avalanche v EDM Oilers [2] L 3-6

Wikipedia - Colorado Avalanche

The Colorado Avalanche (colloquially known as the Avs) are a professional ice hockey team based in Denver. They compete in the National Hockey League (NHL) as a member of the Central Division in the Western Conference, and play their home games at Ball Arena. They share the arena with the Denver Nuggets of the National Basketball Association and Colorado Mammoth of the National Lacrosse League. Their general manager is Joe Sakic.

The Avalanche were founded in 1972 as the Quebec Nordiques, and were one of the charter franchises of the World Hockey Association. The franchise joined the NHL in 1979 as a result of the NHL–WHA merger. Following the 1994–95 season, they were sold to the COMSAT Entertainment Group and relocated to Denver.

During their first season in Denver, the Avalanche won the Pacific Division and went on to sweep the Florida Panthers in the 1996 Stanley Cup Finals. Among teams in the major North American professional sports leagues, only the National Football League (NFL)'s 1937 Washington Redskins have also accomplished the feat. This was also the first major professional sports championship a Denver-based team brought to the city. In the 2001 Stanley Cup Finals, the Avalanche defeated the New Jersey Devils 4–3 to win their second and most recent championship. As a result, they are the only active NHL team that has won all of its Stanley Cup Finals appearances.

The Avalanche have won ten division titles since relocating to Denver (and set the league record for most consecutive division titles at nine in a row from 1995 to 2003; one in Quebec, and the rest in Colorado), and qualified for the playoffs in each of their first ten seasons after relocation; this streak ended in 2007.