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Wojtek Wolski put Colorado scored twice, his first goal putting Colorado in front to stay Thursday, leading the Avalanche to a 5-2 decision over San Jose. The season-opening victory came after Colorado had honored longtime captain Joe Sakic by retiring his sweater No. 19 in a pre-game ceremony.
The Colorado Avalanche will host one of four games on the first night of the 2009-10 NHL season, before which the team will retire Joe Sakic's sweater number. The NHL released it season schedule Wednesday, announcing the campaign will begin Oct.
Colorado Avalanche captain Joe Sakic retired Thursday after a 20-year NHL career during which he played on two Stanley Cup championship teams. Sakic, 40, the face of the franchise, spent his entire 20-year NHL career with Colorado or the Quebec Nordiques.
Colorado Avalanche star Joe Sakic is expected to be out of the lineup for about 10 weeks after surgery Wednesday for a herniated disc. Dr.
Colorado Avalanche center Joe Sakic will miss the next three months following finger and tendon damage. Sakic, already suffering from a herniated disc, hurt the fingers in a snowblower accident at his house Tuesday afternoon. The disc injury caused him to sit out several games in November, and an infected tooth also sidelined him on Nov.
A herniated disc will cause Colorado Avalanche center Joe Sakic to miss the next six weeks of the NHL season. Sakic, 39, playing his 20th season, was hurt during his only shift Nov. 28 at Phoenix.
Colorado Avalanche center Joe Sakic is out indefinitely because of a recurring back ailment, the Denver Post reported. The injury forced the 39-year-old Sakic to miss seven games after he hurt himself during a weightlifting session. Results from an MRI were negative, but the newspaper reported that he will undergo more testing in the coming days. Sakic did not play in Colorado's 4-3 victory over Tampa Bay on Saturday, one day after he was able to play just one 28-second shift against the...
Mikael Tellqvist stopped 37 of 38 shots Friday to help the Phoenix Coyotes record a 2-1 victory against the Colorado Avalanche. The only goal he surrendered was by Ryan Smyth at 4:07 of the third period. Tellqvist turned away 17 shots in the second and 14 others in the third. Phoenix got one goal each
NEW YORK (Reuters) - Peter Budaj made 33 saves to earn his first career shutout as the Colorado Avalanche blanked the Calgary Flames 3-0 on Sunday in Denver.