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Colorado Avalanche Information

The Colorado Avalanche (NHL) is a professional ice hockey team that is based in Denver, Colorado. Pepsi Center , which is a multi-purpose arena also based in Denver, is their home arena. They are the only team that is located in the Mountain Time Zone.

The team was founded in 1972 as the Quebec Nordiques. Colorado Avalanche was one of the charter franchises of the World Hockey Association. As a result of the NHL-WHA merger, the franchise joined the NHL in 1979. Following the season of 1994-1995, the franchise relocated to Denver after being sold to COMSAT Entertainment Group.

The uniform theme for the Colorado Avalanche is white, steel blue, black, silver, and burgundy. On October 6, 1995, the Avalanche played their first game. The game was against Detroit Red Wings. Colorado won the Pacific Division again in 1996-97 as well as Presidents’ Trophy for finishing the regular season. In 1996, the Avalanche won the Stanley Cup by defeating the Florida Panthers in Stanley Cup Finals. With an average of 3.38

Overall, Colorado Avalanche has won Stanley Cups two times in 1995-96 and 2000-01, Presidents’ Trophy for two times in 1996-96 and 2000-01, Conference Championships two times in 1995-96, 2000-01, and Division Championships (NHL) for nine times from 1995-2003 and 2013-14.

Some of the notable awards and trophies won by the team include; Hockey East All-Tournament Team 2013 and 2014, All-Hockey East First Team 2013-14, AHCA East First-Team All-American, Mike Richter Award 2013-14 in College, NHL All-Star 2018, NHL Second All-Star Team 2018 in NHL, and WC All-Star Team 2015 internationally.