Gabriel Landeskog

Colorado Avalanche #92 - Left Wing

  • Born: 11/23/92
  • Age: 21
  • Height: 6-1
  • Weight: 204
2013-14 Avalanche 81 26 39 65 21 71 5 0 4 222

Wild vs Avalanche preview, Game 1: #Imaginating

Who's really imagining things?

Tracks - Stalled

The Phoenix Coyotes stalled out in the shootout against the Winnipeg Jets, and are now outside of the playoffs looking in. More on that and other stories in today's edition of the Tracks.

Avs look to even up the season series

It's a reversal of fortunes this season as the Vancouver Canucks (34-30-10) roll into town on the outside looking in, while the Colorado Avalanche (45-21-6) sit firmly in the playoff race.

Why Not Us?

After years of being way on the outside, trying to look in, the Avs have finally returned to playoff relevance. But is an appearance really enough?

Recap: Sabres Smashed 7-1 By Avalanche

A day after touring the Coors Brewing Company, the Sabres couldn't shake their hangover as they were absolutely destroyed this afternoon by the Avalanche.

Game 48 Preview: Avalanche at Predators

Surprises and horrors await the Avs (30-12-5, div-3rd, conf-5th) in Smashville (21-21-7, div-6th, conf-11th)

Minnesota Wild vs Colorado Avalanche: Post game

Wild lose to the Avs 4-2

Thursday Links - I'm Not There This Time

Blues in Cal/Gary. I'm not there. Halak back in goal. Beyond Checkerdome. Inglourious Backes. Fuck Chicago. League-wide attendance is good. Good on Landeskog. Respect for Ray Ratto and Dan LeBatard. And more Jay & Dan. Za Hockeez.

All NHL teams now rep'd in You Can Play videos

Avalanche captain Gabriel Landeskog makes it a clean sweep: All NHL teams have been represented in the anti-homophobia campaign.

Avalanche At Blues Morning Open Thread

The Blues might face their biggest challenge of the season yet from the Colorado Avalanche, who are off to one miracle of a start this season. Will they ever come back to earth? Tonight'd be a good night for them to start.

Game Analysis: Avalanche At Hurricanes

The Carolina Hurricanes earned their third win in four games, knocking off one of the NHL’s top teams in beating Colorado, 2-1, at PNC Arena Tuesday. Jordan Staal and Patrick Dwyer scored for the Canes, and Justin Peters had 33 saves.

Duke to Retire

Avalanche stalwart Milan Hejduk to retire after a spectacular 14-year career.

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