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Can't Hear What Jeremy Says

New Podcast: How Are The Colorado Avalanche Still Winning?

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Can't Hear What Jeremy Says

A new episode of “Can’t Hear What Jeremy Says” here. The topic is “How the heck are the Colorado Avalanche still winning games, with so many injuries?”

My colleague at Colorado Hockey Now, Brennan Vogt, joins me for this discussion. We talk about everything as to the reasons why.

The podcast is presented by Bender’s, THE hockey bar and grill in the Denver metro area. Bender’s is across the street from the Westminster Promenade, inside the Westminster Ice Centre. While you’re inside Bender’s, you look out over a real hockey rink, with people playing hockey below. Oh, and there is poutine on the menu.

Take a virtual tour of Bender’s here, and look over their menu.

To listen on Spotify, click here.

To listen on iTunes, click here.

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Joel Stefaniak

Well weren’t they saying Dallas is one of the healthiest teams in the league? 3 games in hand on them and only 3 points out of first does not bode well for the Central when we get our team back to full-ish strength.

Jessica Willis

Well weren’t they saying Dallas is one of the healthiest teams in the lea

dp10

I found the discussion about EJ intriguing especially the comparison to Shattenkirk.

Their careers have been quite different since that trade 11 years ago, but their exploits are very comparable. Both are 1st round picks and both have won a cup with teams where they had important but not core roles. EJ never quite fulfilled the offensive role that his draft position suggested, but his size has made him a defensive bulwark for years. Shattenkirk is a bit of the opposite. Stronger and offense but with solid defensive pedigree still.

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