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Colorado Avalanche Rookie Camp Schedule And Roster

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Hot off the presses, here is the Colorado Avalanche rookie camp roster and the schedule. It all starts, gulp, this coming Thursday:

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Here is the official schedule:

Below is the schedule for the Colorado Avalanche’s 2022-23 Rookie Camp and Rookie Tournament hosted by the San Jose Sharks. All dates and times are subject to change. The Colorado Avalanche first camp practice at Family Sports Center will be open to media, and fans can also attend on a first-come, first-served basis. Rookie Tournament games in San Jose will be held at Solar 4 America Ice.
Thursday, Sept. 15
Rookie practice at Family Sports – 10:30 a.m. MT
Friday, Sept. 16
Rookie Tournament Game vs. Los Angeles – 2 p.m. PT
(Tech CU Arena)
Saturday, Sept. 17
Rookie Tournament Game at San Jose – 7 p.m. PT
(Tech CU Arena)
Sunday, Sept. 18
Rookie practice – 10:30 a.m. PT
Gray Rink
Monday, Sept. 19
Rookie Tournament Game at Arizona – 10 a.m. PT
(Tech CU Arena)
This should be a very competitive camp, with lots of rookies competing, especially, for big club forward spots. It’s hard to believe this is all happening again so soon. It – and I’m not exaggerating much here – really does feel like the Cup parade in Denver just happened last week or something.
But a short summer is what everyone wanted, right?
I’m sure the players and coaches don’t have (much) problem with this. It sure went by quick though. Unbelievable. Opening night against the Blackhawks is only a little more than a month away. I can’t wait to see how many transplant Chicago fans are in the stands this time around at Ball Arena. It won’t be that some will be exposed as just bandwagon fans, will it? Gosh, I sure hope not. That would be a real shame to see, considering how passionate they are.
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Justin Houde

Connor McClennon was drafted by the Flyers in 2000… what happened ? They decided not to sign him this summer so he immediately became free to attend any other team’s training camp ??

Donald Victory

Connor McClennon was drafted by the Flyers in 2000… 

2000? Wow!! Shit he is old as AD!!! And he was drafted before he was born in 2002!!!! WOW!!!!!

Last edited 24 days ago by Donald Victory
Charlie Anderson

You’re not allowed to talk

Last edited 24 days ago by Charlie Anderson
Ryan Krueger

I am hopeful there will be much less enthusiasm for all visiting teams at Ball Center.

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