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The Colorado Avalanche start the 2023 calendar year tonight, but we take a bigger picture look at what they want to happen in the new year.

That, and the latest news and rumors around the NHL.

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They definitely want more than five things to happen, but we take a look at the big ticket items the Avalanche want to see in 2023.

Denis Malgin was one of the Avalanche’s more dangerous forwards on Saturday night, but played a role in the big turning point of the game.

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Boston: The sworn enemy of every outdoor hockey game: The Sun. Looks like it could be an issue during Monday afternoon’s affair.

Pittsburgh: Kasperi Kapanen sees what people say about him. He also thinks they don’t know anything.

Florida: It doesn’t matter what year it is. The Panthers are still losing.

San Jose: Marc-Edouard Vlasic, like everyone else, is pretty impressed with the season Erik Karlsson is having.

New York Islanders: Fans of the team voted on the best moments of the year for the team.

Philadelphia: The NHL club isn’t doing a whole lot right now, but the Flyers signed a prospect they hope can help out in the future.

Washington: Tom Wilson is nearing his return to the lineup (You can hear the rest of the league shuttering). What is it like to play against him?

Detroit: Part one of the large list of questions about the Red Wings heading into the new year.

Montreal: There’s only one real question in Montreal…can they be bad enough to land Connor Bedard?

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