Monthly Archives: April 2019

How the Colorado Avalanche got scary tight, scary fast and scary good at the perfect time — The Denver Post

Ian Cole wasn’t sure what to expect, in hindsight, other than the fact that watching Nathan MacKinnon and Mikko Rantanen blow by some other stiffs beat the living pants off having to chase them yourself. “I can say that, in my experience, at least, I genuinely like every single guy in this locker room and…

How the Colorado Avalanche got scary tight, scary fast and scary good at the perfect time — The Denver Post

Former Broncos cornerback Champ Bailey supports Chris Harris’ quest for new contract — The Denver Post

Add Champ Bailey to the camp that believes Broncos cornerback Chris Harris should be in line for a new contract. Bailey was the keynote speaker at a fundraiser for the Denver area Boy Scouts’ Luncheon inside the Pepsi Center. Afterward, Bailey, who will be inducted to the Pro Football Hall of Fame in August, said…

Former Broncos cornerback Champ Bailey supports Chris Harris’ quest for new contract — The Denver Post

Derek Wolfe, with a clean bill of health, aims to be a “Bronco for life” — The Denver Post

Broncos defensive end Derek Wolfe is healthy and confident he’s ready for five or six more years in the NFL. Wolfe, 29, has played seven seasons in Denver since he was drafted in the second-round in 2012 and told reporters Tuesday he would prefer to remain in orange and blue for the remainder of his…

Derek Wolfe, with a clean bill of health, aims to be a “Bronco for life” — The Denver Post

Michael Malone denies the Nuggets lost on purpose: “We’re not scared of anybody” — The Denver Post

SALT LAKE CITY — Nuggets coach Michael Malone vehemently defended his decision to rest starters Nikola Jokic, Paul Millsap and Jamal Murray in Sunday’s loss against the Trail Blazers despite the ensuing narrative that Denver wanted a favorable postseason matchup. “There’s this crazy, I don’t know where it’s coming from, I really don’t, story out…

Michael Malone denies the Nuggets lost on purpose: “We’re not scared of anybody” — The Denver Post

Denver Broncos Release Preseason Schedule — CBS Denver

ENGLEWOOD, Colo. (CBS4)– The 2019 Broncos preseason schedule has been released with three of the five preseason games having a set date. The preseason opener is the Hall of Fame game against Atlanta on Thursday Aug. 1. Quarterback Russell Wilson of the Seattle Seahawks is hit by linebacker Von Miller in Denver on Sept. 9,…

Denver Broncos Release Preseason Schedule — CBS Denver

The Avs have grown, adjusted since facing Calgary in January — Mile High Sports

The Colorado Avalanche had no business making the playoffs for the majority of the 2018-19 season. None of that matters anymore, though. After closing out the season with an impressive stretch, the Avs are in the hunt for the Stanley Cup for a second consecutive year. The biggest difference this time around is Colorado is…

The Avs have grown, adjusted since facing Calgary in January — Mile High Sports

Rockies’ rally not enough as Braves rough up Kyle Freeland, losing streak hits four games — The Denver Post

On a night when ace Kyle Freeland was uncharacteristically bad, yielding seven runs, the stumbling Rockies needed their underperforming offense to answer the bell. Colorado’s bats nearly did that, but a six-run, fifth-inning rally Monday night at Coors Field wasn’t enough as the Atlanta Braves took the series opener 8-6 and extended the Rockies’ losing…

Rockies’ rally not enough as Braves rough up Kyle Freeland, losing streak hits four games — The Denver Post
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