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Avs At The 2016 NHL Draft

by Ryan Boulding / Colorado Avalanche

The 2016 NHL Draft took place in Buffalo, New York, on Friday, June 24, and Saturday, June 25. The Colorado Avalanche had six selections to make at the seven-round event, and the organization came out the other side thoroughly pleased with the results. On Friday, the Avs chose center Tyson Jost with the 10th overall selection. On Saturday, Colorado picked left wing Cameron Morrison, defenseman Josh Anderson, goaltender Adam Werner, defenseman Nathan Werner and left wing Travis Barron.


Tweet from @Avalanche: We sat down w/ #Avs director of amateur scouting Alan Hepple in NY to talk #NHLDraft.��: https://t.co/HYLjtsQ6Xw pic.twitter.com/2QQ0ChEBVy

Tweet from @Avalanche: A few #NHLDraft prospects heading out on a tour of Niagara Falls with Maid of the Mist. pic.twitter.com/bOYMRqHJFG

Welcome to the 2016 #NHLDraft.

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Headed to UND, Tyson Jost's dream is one step closer to reality now that he's with the #Avs. #NHLDraft

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Tyson Jost is joined by Alan Hepple, Joe Sakic, Patrick Roy, Norm Robert, and Terry Martin. PHOTO: @Bruce_Bennett

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The aftermath of Round 1. Plenty of content headed your way, #Avs family.

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Glad to have you in the #Avs family, @josty17. #NHLDraft

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40th selection Cameron Morrison talks to E.J. Hradek on NHLNetwork.

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These guys look great! #Avs #NHLDraft

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