Monthly Archives: January 2017

Nolan Arenado signs 2-year, $29.5 million deal with Rockies, avoids arbitration — The Denver Post

Nolan Arenado’s Gold Glove work at third base and his powerful presence at the plate has earned him a big pay day. The Rockies all-star avoided arbitration Friday by signing a two-year deal worth $29.5 million. The deal leaves Arenado with one year of arbitration remaining for the 2019 season, after which he’s scheduled to…

via Nolan Arenado signs 2-year, $29.5 million deal with Rockies, avoids arbitration — The Denver Post

Tracker: Who’s in, who’s out on Vance Joseph’s Broncos coaching staff — The Denver Post

After Vance Joseph was introduced as the Broncos’ new head coach Thursday, he quickly went to work building his staff. Here’s a look who’s coming, who’s going and whose status remains unclear. (Note: This list will be continuously updated as moves are made) GONE Rick Dennison, offensive coordinator Wade Phillips, defensive coordinator (accepted same job with…

via Tracker: Who’s in, who’s out on Vance Joseph’s Broncos coaching staff — The Denver Post

Colorado Avalanche: Musing about Cody McLeod — Mile High Sticking

The Colorado Avalanche traded veteran winger Cody McLeod for prospect Felix Girard, likely in a move to shed salary while getting younger. Former Colorado Avalanche winger, and one-time alternate captain, Cody McLeod probably hasn’t even made preparations to leave his home yet. He got traded to the Nashville Predators, whom the Avs are playing tomorrow.…

via Colorado Avalanche: Musing about Cody McLeod — Mile High Sticking

Colorado Avalanche Need to Give Duncan Siemens a Shot — Mile High Sticking

The Colorado Avalanche need to give Duncan Siemens a shot with the Big Club. Duncan Siemens has been a prospect in the Colorado Avalanche system for nearly six years, and he’s only played one game with the Big Club. It’s time the Avs take a chance on Siemens, especially during a season when nothing can…

via Colorado Avalanche Need to Give Duncan Siemens a Shot — Mile High Sticking

HIGHLIGHTS: MacKinnon’s beauty not enough as Avs fall 4-1 to Anaheim — Mile High Sports

Nathan MacKinnon continued to prove why he’ll be representing the Colorado Avalanche at the NHL All-Star game later this month, and the Avs as a team continued to show why they are the worst team in the league. MacKinnon’s lone, unassisted tally was the only point the offense-starved Avalanche could muster as Colorado notched loss…

via HIGHLIGHTS: MacKinnon’s beauty not enough as Avs fall 4-1 to Anaheim — Mile High Sports

Wade Phillips gives Broncos Country a heartfelt goodbye — Mile High Report – All Posts

And Broncos Country will miss you too, Wade! In a move that wasn’t likely satisfactory on either side, the Denver Broncos had to move on from Wade Phillips in order to keep Joe Woods around, who has been coaching the No Fly Zone since Phillips came aboard. Phillips is probably one of the most beloved…

via Wade Phillips gives Broncos Country a heartfelt goodbye — Mile High Report – All Posts

Wade Phillips bids farewell to Broncos — FOX31 Denver

ENGLEWOOD, Colo. — Wade Phillips, the defensive mastermind who helped the Broncos win Super Bowl 50 in February, bid farewell to the organization and its fans on Friday morning. Phillips went on Twitter to thank Broncos general manager John Elway for bringing him to club after Gary Kubiak was hired before the 2015 season. He…

via Wade Phillips bids farewell to Broncos — FOX31 Denver

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