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    This article is about the hockey team. For the former soccer team in Denver, see Denver Avalanche.

    Colorado Avalanche Conference Western Division Central Founded 1972

    History Quebec Nordiques

    1972–1979 (WHA) 1979–1995 (NHL)

    Colorado Avalanche

    1995–present

    Home arena Ball Arena

    City Denver, Colorado

    Colors Burgundy, steel blue, silver, black[1][2]

    Media Altitude Sports and Entertainment

    Altitude 950

    Altitude Sports 92.5

    Owner(s) Ann Walton Kroenke[3]

    General manager Joe Sakic

    Head coach Jared Bednar

    Captain Gabriel Landeskog

    Minor league affiliates Colorado Eagles (AHL)

    Utah Grizzlies (ECHL)

    Stanley Cups 2 (1995–96, 2000–01)

    Conference championships 3 (1995–96, 2000–01, 2021–22)

    Presidents' Trophy 3 (1996–97, 2000–01, 2020–21)

    Division championships 11 (1995–96, 1996–97, 1997–98, 1998–99, 1999–00, 2000–01, 2001–02, 2002–03, 2013–14, 2020–21, 2021–22)

    Official website www.nhl.com/avalanche

    The Colorado Avalanche (colloquially known as the Avs) are a professional ice hockey team based in Denver. They compete in the National Hockey League (NHL) as a member of the Central Division in the Western Conference, and play their home games at Ball Arena. They share the arena with the Denver Nuggets of the National Basketball Association and Colorado Mammoth of the National Lacrosse League. Their general manager is Joe Sakic.

    The Avalanche were founded in 1972 as the Quebec Nordiques, and were one of the charter franchises of the World Hockey Association. The franchise joined the NHL in 1979 as a result of the NHL–WHA merger. Following the 1994–95 season, they were sold to the COMSAT Entertainment Group and relocated to Denver.

    During their first season in Denver, the Avalanche won the Pacific Division and went on to sweep the Florida Panthers in the 1996 Stanley Cup Finals. Among teams in the major North American professional sports leagues, only the National Football League (NFL)'s 1937 Washington Redskins have also accomplished the feat. This was also the first major professional sports championship a Denver-based team brought to the city. In the 2001 Stanley Cup Finals, the Avalanche defeated the New Jersey Devils 4–3 to win their second and most recent championship. As a result, they are the only active NHL team that has won all of its Stanley Cup Finals appearances.

    The Avalanche have won eleven division titles since relocating to Denver (and set the league record for most consecutive division titles at nine in a row from 1995 to 2003; one in Quebec, and the rest in Colorado), and qualified for the playoffs in each of their first ten seasons after relocation; this streak ended in 2007.[4]

    Contents

    1 Franchise history

    1.1 Quebec Nordiques (1972–1995)

    1.2 Colorado Avalanche (1995–present)

    1.2.1 1995–96: First year, first Cup

    1.2.2 1996–2000: Early success

    1.2.3 2000–01: Second Stanley Cup

    1.2.4 2001–2004: Remaining competitive

    1.2.5 2005–2009: New beginnings

    1.2.6 2009–2013: Rebuilding

    1.2.7 2013–2016: Return of Patrick Roy

    1.2.8 2016–present: Jared Bednar era

    2 Team information 2.1 Logo 2.2 Jerseys 2.3 Broadcasters

    3 Season-by-season record

    4 Players and personnel

    4.1 Current roster 4.2 Team captains

    4.3 General managers

    4.4 Head coaches 5 Honored members 5.1 Retired numbers 5.2 Hall of Famers 6 Team culture

    6.1 Rivalry with the Detroit Red Wings

    7 Franchise records and leaders

    7.1 Franchise scoring leaders

    7.2 Franchise records

    7.2.1 Regular season

    7.2.2 Playoffs 7.2.3 Team 8 See also 9 References 9.1 General 9.2 Footnotes 10 External links

    Franchise history

    Quebec Nordiques (1972–1995)

    Main article: Quebec Nordiques

    The Quebec Nordiques were one of the World Hockey Association (WHA)'s original teams when the league began play in 1972. Though first awarded to a group in San Francisco, the team quickly moved to Quebec City when the California deal soured because of financial and arena problems.[5] During their seven WHA seasons, the Nordiques won the Avco World Trophy once, in 1977 and lost the finals once, in 1975.[6] In 1979, the franchise entered the NHL, along with the WHA's Edmonton Oilers, Hartford Whalers and Winnipeg Jets.[7]

    Quebec Nordiques practicing prior to a game in the 1986–87 season. The Avalanche previously played as the Nordiques from 1972 to 1995.

    After making the postseason for seven consecutive years, from 1981 to 1987, the Nordiques started to decline. From 1987–88 to 1991–92, the team finished last in their division every season, and three of those times they finished last in the league. This included a dreadful 12-win season in 1989–90 that is still the worst in franchise history.[8] As a result, the team earned three consecutive first overall draft picks, used to select Mats Sundin (1989), Owen Nolan (1990) and Eric Lindros (1991).[9][10] Lindros made it clear he did not wish to play for the Nordiques,[11] to the extent he did not wear the team's jersey for the press photographs, only holding it when it was presented to him.[12] On advice from his mother, he refused to sign a contract and began a holdout that lasted over a year. On June 30, 1992, he was traded to the Philadelphia Flyers in exchange for five players, the rights to Swedish prospect Peter Forsberg, two first-round draft picks and US$15 million.[13] The Eric Lindros trade turned the moribund Nordiques into a Stanley Cup contender almost overnight, and in hindsight is seen as one of the most one-sided deals in sports history.[14] In the first season after the trade, 1992–93, the Nordiques reached the playoffs for the first time in six years.[15] Two years later, they won the Northeast Division and had the second best regular season record during the lockout-shortened season.[16]

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    How Many Times Has Avalanche Won The Stanley Cup

    The Colorado Avalanche have 2 wins in the Stanley Cup Finals all-time.

    The Colorado Avalanche have 2 wins in the Stanley Cup Finals all-time.

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    TEAM DATE SEASON SERIES TM OPP RESULT SERIES W GP G GA PPG PPO OPP PPG OPP PPO S SA

    Colorado Avalanche 6/4/1996 1995-96 Stanley Cup Finals

    COL vs FLA W 3-1

    0 1 3 1 0 8 0 5 30 26

    Colorado Avalanche 6/6/1996 1995-96 Stanley Cup Finals

    COL vs FLA W 8-1

    0 1 8 1 4 5 1 7 30 28

    Colorado Avalanche 6/8/1996 1995-96 Stanley Cup Finals

    COL @ FLA W 3-2

    0 1 3 2 0 0 1 1 22 34

    Colorado Avalanche 6/10/1996 1995-96 Stanley Cup Finals

    COL @ FLA W 1-0

    1 1 1 0 0 3 0 4 56 63

    Colorado Avalanche 5/26/2001 2000-01 Stanley Cup Finals

    COL vs NJD W 5-0

    0 1 5 0 1 5 0 6 30 25

    Colorado Avalanche 5/29/2001 2000-01 Stanley Cup Finals

    COL vs NJD L 1-2

    0 1 1 2 1 6 0 3 20 20

    Colorado Avalanche 5/31/2001 2000-01 Stanley Cup Finals

    COL @ NJD W 3-1

    0 1 3 1 1 4 1 6 21 22

    Colorado Avalanche 6/2/2001 2000-01 Stanley Cup Finals

    COL @ NJD L 2-3

    0 1 2 3 0 5 0 2 12 35

    Colorado Avalanche 6/4/2001 2000-01 Stanley Cup Finals

    COL vs NJD L 1-4

    0 1 1 4 1 4 1 1 23 26

    Colorado Avalanche 6/7/2001 2000-01 Stanley Cup Finals

    COL @ NJD W 4-0

    0 1 4 0 1 7 0 6 18 24

    Colorado Avalanche 6/9/2001 2000-01 Stanley Cup Finals

    COL vs NJD W 3-1

    1 1 3 1 1 5 1 3 22 26

    Colorado Avalanche 6/15/2022 2021-22 Stanley Cup Finals

    COL vs TBL W 4-3

    0 1 4 3 1 3 0 3 38 23

    Colorado Avalanche 6/18/2022 2021-22 Stanley Cup Finals

    COL vs TBL W 7-0

    0 1 7 0 2 4 0 3 30 16

    Colorado Avalanche 6/20/2022 2021-22 Stanley Cup Finals

    COL @ TBL L 2-6

    0 1 2 6 2 4 1 6 39 33

    Colorado Avalanche 6/22/2022 2021-22 Stanley Cup Finals

    COL @ TBL W 3-2

    0 1 3 2 1 2 0 2 37 39

    Total

    2 15 50 26 16 65 6 58 428 440

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    How many times have the Colorado Avalanche won the Stanley Cup?

    The Colorado Avalanche are back in Stanley Cup Finals after a twenty year absence, but how many times have they won it all? We take a look at the history

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    How many times have the Colorado Avalanche won the Stanley Cup?

    How many times have the Colorado Avalanche won the Stanley Cup? The Colorado Avalanche are back in Stanley Cup Finals after a twenty year absence, but how many times have they won it all? We take a look at the history

    Jeffrey May

    Update: June 17th, 2022 09:15 EDT

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    MATTHEW STOCKMAN AFP

    The Colorado Avalanche are back in the big show after a twenty year absence, and their 4-3 overtime win over Tampa Bay has fans’ tongues wagging.

    The Avs don’t have a ton of experience in the finals, but what they do have is an impeccable record. They are yet to lose a Stanley Cup final, winning both times that they have made it this far.

    Game 1 in OT. Right in the feels for @Avalanche fans.

    This #StanleyCup Final is going to be fun. pic.twitter.com/Mzi2uyGPKo

    — NHL (@NHL) June 16, 2022

    The early favorites to win it all, getting the nod almost as soon as Tampa Bay won last year’s final, Colorado have shown a dominance in the Western Conference finals that is to be admired.

    The Avalanche have scored at least three goals in all but two of their 14 matches, tying them for first place in playoff goals with Edmonton. During the Western Conference finals, they swept the Oilers in four straight, outscoring them 22-13 in the process.

    26-year-old Nathan MacKinnon scored 32 over 65 regular season games, and has been the heart and soul of their attack in the post season with 18 points, scoring at least once in 12 of Colorado’s 14 games. Cale Makar, Mikko Rantanen, and Gabriel Landeskog can all put up similar numbers and have seen this Colorado team through the toughest challenges unscathed.

    Here is a quick recap of both of their previous Stanley Cup finals appearances.

    1996 Stanley Cup Final: Avalanche 4, Panthers 0

    In the first season after relocating from Quebec City, the Avalanche made it to the Stanley Cup Final for the first time, squaring off with fellow debutantes the Florida Panthers, in the first finals since the formation of the NHL that two teams would make their first finals appearance together.

    The Panthers had made it to the finals on the back of their defending, with special praise for their goaltender John Vanbiesbrouck. But Colorado’s attack was simply overpowering and they managed to score 11 goals in the first two matches on Florida. By the time the Panthers defense caught their breath, they were two games down, and despite a thrilling three-overtime Game 4, the Avalanche walked away with their first Stanley Cup in their first appearance.

    2001 Stanley Cup Final: Avalanche 4, Devils 3

    With one under their belt, the Avs made another appearance in the finals just five years later when they faced off with the New Jersey Devils in another defensive showcase. Both teams were the number one seed in their respective conferences and the contest swung back and forth, with Colorado taking games 1, 3, 6 and 7 to take home the cup.

    With living legend Ray Bourque getting his first Stanley Cup after an amazing 20-year career, Colorado captain Joe Sakic decided to set another mark for the history books, being the first and only captain to forego being the first player to lift the Stanley Cup, electing instead to give that honor to Bourque.

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