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Lost Colorado Eagles season an obvious blow to Avs prospects and Loveland economy

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It wasn’t a surprise, of course, but it was still tough news today, seeing the American Hockey League officially cancel anything to do with the remainder of the 2019-20 season.

The Colorado Eagles, the Avs’ AHL affiliate, thus will forever be frozen with a 34-18-3-1 record for 2019-20, just a shade out of first place in the Pacific Division behind the Tuscon Roadrunners. T.J. Tynan, with 47 points, finished as the team’s leading scorer.

Here, in fact, are the stats for all players this season:

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