Swedish star Peter Forsberg began his National Hockey League comeback bid on Saturday in a morning practice session with the Colorado Avalanche, the team he sparked to two Stanley Cup titles.
What does CA stand for?
CA stands for Colorado Avalanche (hockey team)
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Crawford, 45, has made the playoffs in seven of his nine full seasons as a NHL coach, including 1995-96, when he won the Stanley Cup with the Colorado Avalanche, but Crawford was fired by Vancouver on April 25 after the Canucks finished with a 42-32-8 record and missed the playoffs.
8 /PRNewswire/ -- The Colorado Avalanche will celebrate its 10th season with a look back at the team's 10 greatest moments and the biggest fan appreciation contest in Denver sports history.
Swedish standout Peter Forsberg will practice on Saturday with the Colorado Avalanche in a bid to determine whether he is fit enough for a National Hockey League comeback at age 37.
Byline: RICH HAMMOND Staff Writer Six periods have been played in this Western Conference semifinal playoff series, and in five of them, the Colorado Avalanche has served as the proverbial bug against the Mighty Ducks' windshield.
DENVER, June 11 /PRNewswire/ -- The Denver ChopHouse & Brewery located at 1735 19th Street announces it will host the Stanley Cup Championship Party for the Colorado Avalanche on Monday, June 11 starting immediately after the parade.
In addition, 10,000 prematurity awareness wristbands will be given to Denver Nuggets and Colorado Avalanche game attendees during the month.
The Canadian Avalanche Centre, the National Search and Rescue Secretariat, United State Forest Service and the Colorado Avalanche Information Center also worked on the project.