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A Record-Setting Equipment Drive

The Avalanche helped collect sports gear for kids in need

by Colorado Avalanche / Official website of the Avs

It was a record day at the sixth annual giveSPORTS Equipment Drive, presented by KeyBank.

Kroenke Sports Charities and A Precious Child collected 26,137 pieces of equipment on Saturday morning, the most in the event's history. In addition, $11,200 were donated, and Brannan Sand and Gravel offered a $5,000 challenge to bring the final monetary donation to $16,200.

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Kroenke Family Donates $1 Million To Red Cross

by Colorado Avalanche @Avalanche /

Stan, Ann, Whitney and Josh Kroenke - on behalf of their sports organizations and business entities - are donating $1 million to Red Cross relief efforts in response to the devastation caused by Hurricane Harvey.

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Avalanche Joining In Relief Effort For Hurricane Harvey

Colorado is doing their part to help the people in the gulf region

by / Official website of the Colorado Avalanche

The Colorado Avalanche and Kroenke Sports and Entertainment are joining the American Red Cross to help support those affected by Hurricane Harvey in Southeast Texas and the gulf region.

Click here to help the Avalanche donate.

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Annual Charity Brunch & Fashion Show A Success

The function left an impression on everyone involved

by Ryan Boulding @rboulding /

Charity Brunch: Sights & Sounds

Sights and sounds from the 2017 Charity Brunch

A look at what happened on the runway and behind the curtain at the 2017 Avalanche Charity Brunch

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I see the hope in your heart.

That was the theme of the 2017 Colorado Avalanche Charity Brunch & Fashion Show, hosted by the Avs Better Halves, on Sunday, and like every year, the event was a resounding success.

There wasn't a dry eye in the Hyatt Regency Denver Tech Center by the time the fashion show portion concluded, and with good reason. Every single child and family member had spent the better part of the morning shining like the brightest stars in the sky.

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Try Hockey For Free Saturday At Local Rinks

Hockey Week Across America continues through the state of Colorado

by Staff /

Hockey Week Across Amercia, presented by CCM, continues this weekend with events throughout Colorado and the United States.

Friday marks "Wear Your Favorite Jersey Day" while Saturday is "Try Hockey Day." The week-long celebration of the game in the U.S. concludes with "Celebrating Local Hockey Heros" on Sunday.

The Colorado Avalanche will help support area rinks on "Try Hockey Day," by giving children between the ages of 4 and 9 the chance to try youth hockey free of charge. There will be 10 locations in the state of Colorado that will hold free clincs, located in Breckenridge, Centennial, Colorado Springs, Denver, Durango, Grand Junction, Monument, Pueblo, Superior and Westminster (more info below).

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Postcards From Quebec - Feb. 11

The boys spent some quality time with their families

by Rui Encarnacao /

The players spent Saturday morning bonding with their billet families before heading to Villages Vacances Valcartier for an afternoon full of fun in the snow.

While most of the Jr. Avs were still sleeping, defenseman Ty Twinam and his billet family had an early morning with even more hockey.

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Postcards From Quebec - Feb. 10

The boys got some time in with the dogs

by Nicole Kramer /

The Jr. Avalanche practiced early this morning after a late loss last night.

With the next few days free of games, Coach Klee took advantage of an opportunity to hit the ice. Traveling to a local town outside of Quebec City for practice, the boys skated for an hour and a half before Klee added an extra incentive to the routine end-of-practice shootout competition; the winner would receive a Matt Duchene autographed hockey puck.

The shootout lasted a few rounds before Evan Criswell came out on top with the final goal. According to forward Boston Crone, "the shootout was fun and made the boys work more for it since the prize was a signed Matt Duchene puck".

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Postcards From Quebec - Feb. 9

The Jr. Avalanche begins the tournament against the Mooseheads

by Staff /

Similar to a typical NHL schedule, the Jr. Colorado Avalanche hit the ice early for a morning skate before its first tournament game later that night.

Right wing Mason Ripley described the practice as, "a chance to get our legs under us before the game tonight. It was important to get ready for the game, especially after our long journey to Quebec. After lunch, we went back to the hotel to rest. I took a pre-game nap, just like a professional NHL player would do."

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Postcards From Quebec - Feb. 8

The Jr. Avs meet their billet families

by Staff /

One of the distinct qualities of the Quebec International Pee-Wee Tournament is the opportunity to meet players from all over the world, and the Colorado Avalanche organization designed unique pins for the pee-wee players to trade with other teams.

"Trading pins is really cool because it gives us the opportunity to meet and talk to players from other teams," said defenseman Dominick Pharris. "Today I traded pins with a Detroit team and one from Italy."

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Postcards From Quebec - Feb. 7

The Avalanche Pee-Wee Team travels to Quebec

by Staff /

The Colorado Avalanche Pee-Wee Team began its long journey Tuesday to Quebec City, Canada, where it will take part in a two-week competition at the most prestigious youth hockey tournament in the world, the Quebec International Pee-Wee Tournament.

The journey really began three days earlier when the club held its last practice before the trip. Unknown to the kids beforehand, they were joined on the ice by Avalanche forward Mikhail Grigorenko, defenseman Nikita Zadorov and goaltender Calvin Pickard.

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