Connect with us


Evan’s Daily: Makar Speaks, Pastrnak Extension ‘Getting Closer’



makar Pastrnak

Cale Makar speaks to the media about his injury and recovery, and a David Pastrnak extension is apparently getting closer.

That, and the latest NHL news and NHL trade rumors in your Colorado Hockey Now Evan’s Daily.

Colorado Hockey Now

I just wanted to start off by saying my first three weeks have been three of the five highest traffic weeks on the site this season. Thank you for the support. It’s only just beginning, and I appreciate the feedback from everyone. It will only get better from here.

Here are the three things we learned from the past week of Avalanche hockey, including the value of Valeri Nichushkin.

Cale Makar spoke after practice about where he’s at with his recovery, and Jared Bednar talked about his goalies.

National Hockey Now

Boston: According to Elliotte Friedman, a David Pastrnak extension is “getting closer”. That number is going to be large.

Pittsburgh: The Penguins are getting much better play from veteran defenseman Brian Dumoulin.

Florida: Not only did the Panthers get beat down, but they lost Sam Bennett to injury.

San Jose: After a long injury recovery, Nikolai Knyzhov will be making his return.

New York: The Islanders got two important players back, but it didn’t matter.

Vegas: Golden Knights players share how they lost their teeth.

Washington: The Capitals got a great deal on Sonny Milano, and it was the best move Milano could have made for his career.

Calgary: Johnny Gaudreau returned to Calgary on Monday night, and the boos are just a reminder of what was lost.

Montreal: The Canadiens have not been using waivers to their advantage, and here’s why.

Los Angeles: It’s time for Kings fans to get excited about Quinton Byfield.

Colorado's premier coverage of the Avalanche from professional hockey people. Evan Rawal, Editor-in-Chief. Part of the National Hockey Now family.

This site is in no way associated with the Colorado Avalanche or the NHL. Copyright © 2023 National Hockey Now.