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Evan’s Daily: Byram Gets His Own Beer? Galchenyuk Back with Avalanche



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This weekend, folks in Denver have the opportunity to taste a beer brewed by Colorado Avalanche defenseman Bowen Byram. Yes, you read that right.

With the injury to Artturi Lehkonen, the Avalanche recalled Alex Galchenyuk from the Colorado Eagles. But will Galchenyuk immediately step into the top six up front?

All that and more in this Wednesday edition of Evan’s Daily.

Colorado Hockey Now

Alex Galchenyuk is getting another chance with the Avalanche. With the injury to Lehkonen, he was recalled on Tuesday, and will join the team in Toronto. Will he get a chance in a revenge game against his former team?

Galchenyuk won’t immediately jump into the top six. It appears Denis Malgin will get the first chance to step up, but who else may get chances to fill-in over the next month?

Avalanche Turning Point: Byram and Girard Run The Show (+)

If you want to re-live the big win over Montreal, take a look at the Plus/Minus from yesterday morning.

Avalanche News

Bowen Byram is releasing his own version of Coors Light to the Denver area this weekend.

Yes, this is real.

Take a look at the press release for the event:

Brewed with Bo is finally here! Coors Light is partnering with Bowen Byram of the Colorado Avalanche to brew a specialty batch of Coors Light. Avalanche fans can purchase the specially brewed beer on tap while they cheer on their favorite team this season. Coors Light teamed up with Bowen after he went viral this past summer at the parade with a Coors Light in his hand. Coors Light had Bowen out to the brewery last month to brew the special batch, and they are eager to give Avalanche fans the first taste!

Brewed with Bo will be available on tap at the official Avalanche Watch Party event at Campus Lounge located at 701 S. University Blvd. in Denver, Colorado. The beer will be available for purchase starting Saturday, March 18 at 11am during the Avalanche Watch Party event, while supplies last.

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