The vicious cheap shot Vancouver Canuck Todd Bertuzzi put on Colorado Avalanche rookie Steve Moore back in 2004 wasn't just one of the most brutal happenings in an NHL game ever. It was also a crime: Bertuzzi eventually pleaded guilty to assault causing bodily harm and was given a year's probation a ... More >>
The Colorado Avalanche was to have its season opener last week -- but the NHL is still on strike, so that put the team on ice. Fortunately, hockey fans have an alternative: The Denver Cutthroats, a new team that will make its debut tonight at the Denver Coliseum. See also: - Colorado Avalanche Sea ... More >>
Win it.Colorado Avalanche center Matt Duchene has already been picked by Westword as Denver's Best Av and Best Local Athlete on Twitter, so, you know we love him. But now you can join in the love with an autographed jersey. What a stellar holiday gift, right? In order to win, tell us why y ... More >>
Sean Kenyon's Ask the Bartender has been on a break, but Kenyon hasn't been taking it easy: Over the past five weeks, he's been traveling (Germany, France and New York City twice), working at Euclid Hall at night and opening Williams & Graham during the day. Now he's back, plenty of stories t ... More >>
Ubaldo Jimenez.This weekend, Ubaldo Jimenez, the greatest pitcher in Colorado Rockies history, is expected to make his first start for the Cleveland Indians. Which got us to thinking: What pro athletes who left Colorado teams either by choice or force have been most painful for local fans to ... More >>
"I want a recount!"Make those Denver blog posts count. Mile High Report: ESPN's Ultimate Team Rankings puts the Rockies at No. 8, the Nugs at No. 42, the Avs at No. 64 and the Broncos... well, they get 86ed. Free Colorado's Ari Armstrong on corporate welfare and tourism. Denver Frank click ... More >>
On Sunday night we had the chance to watch the Colorado Avalanche get pummeled by the visiting New York Rangers. While we should have been paying more attention to the game, we couldn't help our ears being caught in familiar sounds. The music selections -- and there were many -- were just awful. Co ... More >>
Life was more boring without you, Teddy boy.Our forecast for Colorado online users: continued blogginess. The Colorado Independent's John Tomasic waxes rhapsodic about a Ted Haggard profile in the Los Angeles Times featuring the rhetorical question, ""Am I full of the devil?" Resist making a ... More >>
Norm Jones.Norm Jones, who's handled radio play-by-play chores for the Colorado Avalanche in recent years, has been bumped from this role in an apparent cost-cutting move. He'll remain with the organization, but Marc Moser, who's contributed color commentary, will now man the booth solo at ho ... More >>
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Three strikes and Colorado's out.
As the Colorado Avalanche prepares for its opening-round playoff game against the Minnesota Wild Wednesday night in St. Paul, the smell of musky machismo is wafting this way from the great white north. Specifically, the stench of promised payback is emanating from six-foot-seven-inch, 258-pound Sas ... More >>
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The Sound and the Fury
THE DEFECTION OF PHILIP ANSCHUTZ IS JUST THE LATEST RED FLAG IN THE PEPSI CENTER DEAL.