Some Random Thoughts About Avalanche – Colorado Hockey Now

For many years I’ve been working for “big media”, I’ve usually had the entire August break. Working for myself now, the holidays aren’t exactly baked into the equation. Not to say I still take vacations. But, yes, they are now more technically “working holidays” than in the past. That’s fine for me, because I’m one of those people who love to work and don’t always do well with the time where I’m supposed to sit back and relax. Also in 2022 you always have to keep lighting the furnace that is the content mill. You can’t run a site anymore where it says your last story was seven or eight days ago, although some still think they can. So let me write some random thoughts about avalanche on a very slow news day in a month that is too slow for hockey news.

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  • I hear nothing of the avalanche happening in any free agents still there. Now, that doesn’t mean five minutes after this thing was posted that they won’t announce a new signing. But I just don’t hear anything.
  • Which makes me believe even more strongly that the second position in the position will start as an internal employee rather than an external employee. we went Who might get the job the other day.
  • Many people have asked me “Will there be a video of the full season avalanche, as it happened after they won the cup in 1996 and 2001?” And the answer: I think so, yes. The NHL has released official videos for the previous two seasons of the Tampa Bay Lightning Championship, on DVD, so I don’t know why they didn’t because of the avalanche either. If the memory helps, they usually don’t go out until the start of the next season, because they do a lot of interviews with the player/coach when they go back to camp.
  • I still have the VHS copies of the previous two cup videos. Oh man, I was watching the 1996 movie the whole time.
  • This team is actually Won the Stanley Cup again. Have you found yourself saying that to yourself sometimes this summer? Doesn’t it seem like the impossible dream for so long again, that it won’t happen? But they did.
  • If I’m in a fantasy hockey league (I’ve been for two years, in a media league, and got slayed and I’m a really painful loser and quit the grudge), I’d definitely take Artturi Lehkonen as an early sleeper to produce points.
  • I don’t know why I admit this but: the painful loser thing, I don’t exaggerate much. A couple of years ago or so, I threw my phone hard on the floor after losing an online chess match, a game I had in the bag, but it blew up with a stupid move. The phone broke, I had to pay $350 for a new phone. And I consider myself much more moderate now than I was in that department.
  • Oh man, after watching Lehkonen play here, I can’t believe Montreal Canadians let him go. his defense alone Unusual.
  • Judging by his photos on Instagram, Valery Nyushkin’s foot has again recovered. Or at least he doesn’t need crutches to walk anymore.
  • Maybe Nesushkin’s personal comeback story deserves a book or something. Has anyone ever experienced a career transition more dramatic than them in the NHL? I can’t think of anyone, a guy who went out after buying his contract, then basically signed a minimal deal, almost on a trial basis, and then signed an eight-year contract three years later for big money?
  • I have an Instagram account, but it’s pretty much a ghost. I can’t handle a lot of social media anymore. My friend’s social media hasn’t been much the same, so the more you say it, the probably better. I’ve come to despise social media (especially Twitter) mostly now, because I don’t think anyone is real on it. Everyone is trying to seem like a perfect person, pointing to virtue, not being himself. it’s fake. people only looove To express morals to others, when they have more or more skeletons in their wardrobe than anyone else.
  • I heard the waiting list for avalanche season tickets is now around 3000.
  • I think Andrew Cogliano will play a few more years, but I wouldn’t be shocked at all if he jumps straight into the National Hockey League as an assistant coach when his time as a player ends.
  • I don’t think Alexander Georgiev should go to camp so comforted in the mind that he is the number one man no matter what. Do not say it is. Just say I think Pavel Francos has a higher chance of winning this role going forward than he thinks. Having said that, he will enter camp as the first man. But can he strangle her?
  • I watched the all-or-nothing season, on Amazon Prime I think, on Arsenal in the Premier League – the team owned by the Kroenex. Josh Kroenke is a reasonable amount. It looks like Josh had some good media training early on. He is professional when it comes to smoothly handling any question in a diplomatic and calm manner, however difficult it may be. Those Arsenal fans were Stan issue Not so long ago, but they flipped it there, too. They are currently undefeated in the Premier League.
  • I’m a huge soccer wardrobe fan, I’ve always been. I played goalkeeper in high school (we were terrible, it wasn’t my fault) and covered the old-school Colorado Foxes in the early ’90s, a team that won two championships.
  • I’ve also covered the late great Denver Thunder of the old Indoor Football League, the team that…was waiting for…losing…33 games in a row. They played in front of close friends and relatives mostly at the old McNichols Sports Arena, stayed in town for a year and dropped out. But I covered this team with the amount of passion I’ve ever had for an avalanche. When that’s your rhythm, it’s like your child. You think it’s the most important thing in the world.
  • Man, we were a bad soccer team, my high school team. Other than not being able to score at all or defend at all, things were great. You talk about a bad mood after the loss – I was bad for my existence. We totally sucked.
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