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After jettisoning star players and signing an archenemy, the team has some making up to do
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Players from the NHL's best team spend theoff-season carting the trophy ... to the top of 14433-foot Mount Elbert, the tallestpeak in Colorado.
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There was the late-night bus ride back to the hotel and then thegathering of the sundry items--toothbrushes, combs, pajamabottoms--that the ...
1 COLORADO AVALANCHE AN UNBEATABLE COMBINATION: THE BEST TEAM IS ALSO THE HUNGRIEST
If the prevailing theory sounded any wackier, you would havethought Colorado had held its training camp in Roswell, N.Mex.Anyway, here ...
WITH BRILLIANT TRADES AND BLENDED TALENT, THE AVALANCHE CAPTURED THE STANLEY CUP, GIVING COLORADO ITS FIRST MAJOR PRO CHAMPIONSHIP
The story of the Colorado Avalanche Stanley Cup victory starts1,600 miles from Denver, in a different country, in a differentlanguage. On Dec.
The Dark Side of a Star
Kobe Bryant's carefully cultivated image has been badly stained by his admission of adultery, and a charge of sexual assault
King of the Ice Colorado's Patrick Roy, at age 36, is having his finest year, bolstering the argument that he's the best goalie ever
"We are playing,"De Vries announced to fellow Colorado Avalanche defensemen RobBlake and Adam Foote, "with the greatest goalie who ...
BURIED IN THE AVALANCHE THE SUCCESS OF COLORADO'S NEW NHL TEAM HAS THIS DENVERITE--AND A LOT OF OTHERS--SNOWED
I wanna be on Hockey Night in Canada andhave somebody say to me, "Keep it goin', eh?" Are you kiddin' me? The Colorado Avalanche has ...
SHOW STOPPERS COLORADO, A DYNASTY IN THE MAKING, SWEPT FLORIDA TO WIN THE STANLEY CUP
The clock struck at 1:05 a.m. on Tuesday for Cinderella. A shotfrom inside the blue line by Colorado Avalanche defenseman UweKrupp at 4:31 of the third ...
Ray of Hope The trade that sent longtime Bruin Raymond Bourque to the Avalanche gives him and Colorado a shot at the Stanley Cup
Stanley Cup run with the Colorado Avalanche, the man whose principles had always been in the full upright-and-locked position listened hard.