Daily Colorado Avalanche Cupcakes: April 6th, 2018

Colorado Avalanche

Colorado Avalanche signs forward Josh Dickinson. The 20-year-old center will have an amateur tryout with the San Antonio Rampage for the remainder of this season. [The Denver Post]

How an October botched call could cost the Avalanche a playoff spot. [Fansided]

Avs on the cusp of playoffs a year after last-place finish. [Gillette News Record]

Cale Makar opens up about decision to return to UMass hockey for sophomore season. [The Daily Collegian]


The Rest of the Game

Sabres clinch top odds in 2018 NHL Draft Lottery. [NBC Sports]

Quenneville, Bowman to remain as coach, GM with Blackhawks next season. Chicago last in Central Division, will miss playoffs for first time since 2008. [NHL]

Sharks’ Evander Kane gives update on his health, status for playoffs. [The Mercury News]

NHL contenders hope late-signing prospects are playoff ready. [National Post]

Sedins’ illustrious careers a rarity among twin athletes — in hockey or any other sport. [The Star]

First Hartley, now Gulutzan. Flames have a way of trashing coaches. [Toronto Sun]

Senators’ Marian Gaborik recovering after surgery on herniated disc. [CBC]


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