Monthly Archives: January 2018

Colorado Avalanche’s “Third Line” Coming Up Big — Mile High Sticking

The line of Carl Soderberg, Blake Comeau, and Matt Nieto have provided the Colorado Avalanche with solid defense and depth scoring this season. On October 28, 2017, coach Jared Bednar put Nathan MacKinnon, Mikko Rantanen, and Gabe Landeskog together as the team’s top line. All three have been excellent ever since. MacKinnon may be the…

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Jokic’s Big Night Helps Nuggets Hold Off Mavericks — CBS Denver

DENVER (AP) – Michael Malone wasn’t all that thrilled about the lack of composure in the final quarter. Or all the turnovers. Or the shot selection. Or even the defense. Still, he won’t quibble with the outcome. “We survived,” Denver’s coach said. Nikola Jokic scored 29 points and grabbed a season-high 18 rebounds, Gary Harris…

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Andy Janovich wasn’t very effective in 2017 — Mile High Report – All Posts

Andy Janovich didn’t find much of a role on offense in 2017, but that might change under Bill Musgrave. Andy Janovich seems to be everyone’s favorite fullback, but he only saw the field on about 14% of snaps all season. Although, he did see the field quite a bit more late in the season. Overall,…

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MORNING MINUTE: What the Rockies need from their pitching staff — Mile High Sports

Rockies fans have a lot to be excited about for the 2018 season, especially with so much more talent in the bullpen. But it’s one thing to lure talent to Colorado, it’s another to get them to perform. Nate Lundy, Shawn Drotar and TJ Carpenter discuss the realistic expectations for the arms pitching at Coors…

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Denver Nuggets’ Richard Jefferson complementing veteran leadership with more playing time — The Denver Post

LOS ANGELES — Teammates playfully yelled at Richard Jefferson when he passed up an open 3-pointer Friday against Memphis. The reason Jefferson didn’t fire away? He was rusty. After all, he had only played 61 total minutes during the season’s first 41 games. Now the Nuggets need their 17-year veteran on the court more than…

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Baker Mayfield and the Denver Broncos continue strong connection — Predominantly Orange

The Denver Broncos and Heisman winning quarterback Baker Mayfield continue to be strongly connected. Mayfield hired a Colorado-based agency… The Denver Broncos and Heisman Trophy winning quarterback Baker Mayfield continue to be strongly connected in the pre-draft process. After John Elway and company were unable to make an appearance at Mayfield’s college playoff semi-final game…

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