Daily Cupcakes: October 13th, 2017

Colorado Avalanche

Kroenke Sports & Entertainment expands KORE Software Relationship. [Sport Techie]

Early-season trends for players on each NHL team. [ESPN]

A fresh start with Avalanche is yielding promising results for Nail Yakupov. [NBC Sports]

The Avalanche and consequence of patience. [Fan Rag Sports]


The Rest of the Game

Canadiens place Mark Streit on waivers; the 39-year-old defenceman won Stanley Cup with Pittsburgh last season. [CBC]

Seven surprising small sample size stats to start the NHL season. [Sportsnet]

Merkley has potential to become ‘special’ player. Size no deterrent for defenseman prospect with eyes on being chosen No. 1 in 2018 NHL Draft. [NHL]

Josh Anderson a third-round draft pick of the Colorado Avalanche in 2016, suffered a separated shoulder in the third period last Friday in the Cougars’ 7-6 overtime loss. [Prince George Citizen]

Phantoms’ Matt Read ‘blindsided’ but staying positive, focused on getting back to Flyers. [The Morning Call]

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