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T.J. Tynan recalled, but no new injuries with Avs

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T.J. Tynan

The Avalanche have recalled forward T.J. Tynan from the Colorado Eagles. Is this because of some new injury to a forward you ask, on top of the recent one to Nazem Kadri?

No, I’m told by the team. This is to just add more depth. We’ll see if he gets into the lineup for the outdoor game tomorrow or not. One has to wonder: will Tyson Jost get some time on the bench. He has gone 30 straight games without a goal.

The Avs practice at 3 p.m. today at Falcon Stadium (moved from 2 p.m.). I will have some video from the rink, so everybody can get an advance look at what this thing will look like.

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Rich

AD – I know this is a common question but at what point will the Avs make a serious decision to move on with Jost? Do you honestly think Compher is a 2C in the absence of Kadri?

Love your coverage keep up the great work!

Aaron Hinton

Compher looked like a jv player in a varsity game last night. Not sure that experiment is going to work.

Adrian Dater

Wasn’t good

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