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Philadelphia FlyersGame NotesSat, Nov 8, 2014 NHL Game #207Philadelphia FlyersTeam Game: 14Home Game: 86 - 5 - 2 (14 pts)4 - 1 - 2 (Home)2 - 4 - 0 (Road)Colorado AvalancheTeam Game: 16Road Game: 84 - 6 - 5 (13 pts)3 - 3 - 2 (Home)1 - 3 - 3 (Road)# Goalie GP W L OT GAA SV%29 Ray Emery 6 4 1 1 2.74 .91535 Steve Mason 8 2 4 1 2.88 .911# Goalie GP W L OT GAA SV%1 Semyon Varlamov 10 2 4 4 2.75 .92520 Reto Berra 5 2 0 1 2.29 .929# P Player GP G A P +/- PIM5 D Braydon Coburn 1 0 0 0 1 08 D Nicklas Grossmann 13 1 1 2 4 610 C Brayden Schenn 13 3 6 9 2 412 L Michael Raffl 12 6 1 7 2 414 C Sean Couturier 13 4 3 7 1 415 D Michael Del Zotto 13 1 6 7 1 217 R Wayne Simmonds 13 6 3 9 10 818 C R.J. Umberger 13 1 2 3 -5 922 D Luke Schenn 13 1 1 2 -5 924 R Matt Read 13 1 4 5 -1 426 D Carlo Colaiacovo 2 0 1 1 2 228 C Claude Giroux 13 2 13 15 6 432 D Mark Streit 13 2 8 10 3 436 C Zac Rinaldo 12 0 1 1 -4 1540 C Vincent Lecavalier 6 2 2 4 1 441 C Blair Jones 4 0 0 0 -4 242 R Jason Akeson 9 0 0 0 -1 247 D Andrew MacDonald 7 1 2 3 -2 255 D Nick Schultz 12 0 3 3 6 876 C Chris VandeVelde 9 1 2 3 -3 678 L Pierre-Edouard Bellemare 13 3 1 4 4 293 R Jakub Voracek 13 6 13 19 4 4# P Player GP G A P +/- PIM2 D Nick Holden 15 1 2 3 -9 164 D Tyson Barrie 15 1 8 9 -8 85 D Nate Guenin 9 0 1 1 -2 26 D Erik Johnson 15 2 7 9 3 217 C John Mitchell 11 2 2 4 0 88 D Jan Hejda 15 0 4 4 0 69 C Matt Duchene 15 4 6 10 -2 611 L Jamie McGinn 15 4 2 6 -6 212 R Jarome Iginla 15 2 7 9 0 817 D Brad Stuart 14 0 0 0 -4 622 D Zach Redmond 4 0 2 2 2 424 C Marc-Andre Cliche 14 1 1 2 0 925 C Maxime Talbot 15 0 2 2 -1 829 C Nathan MacKinnon 15 4 6 10 -6 640 L Alex Tanguay 15 5 3 8 1 244 D Ryan Wilson 3 0 0 0 -3 045 R Dennis Everberg 10 1 1 2 0 048 C Daniel Briere 10 2 1 3 -2 855 L Cody McLeod 15 1 1 2 1 2890 C Ryan O'Reilly 15 2 7 9 -11 492 L Gabriel Landeskog 15 4 2 6 -8 20President Paul HolmgrenGeneral Manager Ron HextallHead Coach Craig BerubeAssistant Coaches Ian Laperriere, Joe Mullen,Gord MurphyHead Trainer/Equipment Manager Jim McCrossin/DerekSettlemyrePresident Josh KroenkeExec. VP / General Manager Joe SakicHead Coach / VP of Hockey Ops Patrick RoyCoaching Staff Tim Army, Andre Tourigny,Mario Duhamel (video),Francois Allaire (goaltending),Adam Foote (defense)Tonight's OfficialsReferees Marc Joannette(25), Jean Hebert(15) Linesmen Bryan Pancich(94), Shane Heyer(55)Supervisor Video Judge Jim DoyleNtl. Anthem Lauren Hart PA Announcer Lou NolanToday's ScheduleCGY @ FLA : 3:00 NYI @ ARI : 6:00 PIT @ BUF : 7:00 TBL @ CBJ : 7:00 SJS @ DAL : 7:00 VAN @ LAK : 7:00MIN @ MTL : 7:00 WPG @ OTT : 7:00 COL @ PHI : 7:00 NSH @ STL : 7:00 NYR @ TOR : 7:00 CAR @ WSH : 8:00Philadelphia Flyers: RosterActive (24 Players)# Name Pos Ht. Wt. Born Birth Place5 Braydon Coburn D 6' 5" 220 Feb 27, 1985 Shaunavon, SK, CAN8 Nicklas Grossmann D 6' 4" 230 Jan 22, 1985 Stockholm, SWE10 Brayden Schenn C 6' 1" 190 Aug 22, 1991 Saskatoon, SK, CAN12 Michael Raffl L 6' 0" 195 Dec 1, 1988 Villach, AUT14 Sean Couturier C 6' 3" 197 Dec 7, 1992 Phoenix, AZ, USA15 Michael Del Zotto D 6' 0" 195 Jun 24, 1990 Stouffville, ON, CAN17 Wayne Simmonds R 6' 2" 183 Aug 26, 1988 Scarborough, ON, CAN18 R.J. Umberger C 6' 2" 214 May 3, 1982 Pittsburgh, PA, USA22 Luke Schenn D 6' 2" 229 Nov 2, 1989 Saskatoon, SK, CAN24 Matt Read R 5' 10" 185 Jun 14, 1986 Ilderton, ON, CAN26 Carlo Colaiacovo D 6' 1" 200 Jan 27, 1983 Toronto, ON, CAN28 Claude Giroux C 5' 11" 172 Jan 12, 1988 Hearst, ON, CAN29 Ray Emery G 6' 2" 196 Sep 28, 1982 Hamilton, ON, CAN32 Mark Streit D 5' 11" 191 Dec 11, 1977 Bern, CHE35 Steve Mason G 6' 4" 217 May 29, 1988 Oakville, ON, CAN36 Zac Rinaldo C 5' 11" 169 Jun 15, 1990 Mississauga, ON, CAN40 Vincent Lecavalier C 6' 4" 215 Apr 21, 1980 Ile Bizard, QC, CAN41 Blair Jones C 6' 2" 216 Sep 27, 1986 Central Butte, SK, CAN42 Jason Akeson R 5' 10" 190 Jun 3, 1990 Ottawa, ON, CAN47 Andrew MacDonald D 6' 1" 190 Sep 7, 1986 Judique, NS, CAN55 Nick Schultz D 6' 1" 203 Aug 25, 1982 Strasbourg, SK, CAN76 Chris VandeVelde C 6' 2" 190 Mar 15, 1987 Moorhead, MN, USA78 Pierre-Edouard Bellemare L 6' 0" 198 Mar 6, 1985 Le Blanc-Mesnil, FRA93 Jakub Voracek R 6' 2" 214 Aug 15, 1989 Kladno, CZE24 Players Total Avg: 6' 1" 199 Age: 28.1Injured Reserve List (3 Players)20 Chris Pronger D 6' 6" 220 Oct 10, 1974 Dryden, ON, CAN25 Ryan White C 6' 0" 201 Mar 17, 1988 Brandon, MB, CAN44 Kimmo Timonen D 5' 10" 194 Mar 18, 1975 Kuopio, FINGoal StreaksNo active streaksAssist StreaksNo active streaksPoint StreaksNo active streaksColorado Avalanche: RosterActive (23 Players)# Name Pos Ht. Wt. Born Birth Place1 Semyon Varlamov G 6' 2" 209 Apr 27, 1988 Samara, RUS2 Nick Holden D 6' 4" 210 May 15, 1987 St. Albert, AB, CAN4 Tyson Barrie D 5' 10" 190 Jul 26, 1991 Victoria, BC, CAN5 Nate Guenin D 6' 3" 207 Dec 10, 1982 Aliquippa, PA, USA6 Erik Johnson D 6' 4" 232 Mar 21, 1988 Bloomington, MN, USA7 John Mitchell C 6' 1" 204 Jan 22, 1985 Oakville, ON, CAN8 Jan Hejda D 6' 4" 230 Jun 18, 1978 Prague, CZE9 Matt Duchene C 5' 11" 200 Jan 16, 1991 Haliburton, ON, CAN11 Jamie McGinn L 6' 1" 210 Aug 5, 1988 Fergus, ON, CAN12 Jarome Iginla R 6' 1" 210 Jul 1, 1977 Edmonton, AB, CAN17 Brad Stuart D 6' 2" 215 Nov 6, 1979 Rocky Mountain House, AB, CAN20 Reto Berra G 6' 4" 210 Jan 3, 1987 Bulach, CHE22 Zach Redmond D 6' 2" 205 Jul 26, 1988 Traverse City, MI, USA24 Marc-Andre Cliche C 6' 0" 202 Mar 23, 1987 Rouyn-Noranda, QC, CAN25 Maxime Talbot C 5' 11" 190 Feb 11, 1984 Lemoyne, QC, CAN29 Nathan MacKinnon C 6' 0" 195 Sep 1, 1995 Halifax, NS, CAN40 Alex Tanguay L 6' 1" 194 Nov 21, 1979 Ste-Justine, QC, CAN44 Ryan Wilson D 6' 1" 210 Feb 3, 1987 Windsor, ON, CAN45 Dennis Everberg R 6' 4" 205 Dec 31, 1991 Vasteras, SWE48 Daniel Briere C 5' 9" 174 Oct 6, 1977 Gatineau, QC, CAN55 Cody McLeod L 6' 2" 210 Jun 26, 1984 Binscarth, MB, CAN90 Ryan O'Reilly C 6' 0" 210 Feb 7, 1991 Clinton, ON, CAN92 Gabriel Landeskog L 6' 1" 210 Nov 23, 1992 Stockholm, SWE23 Players Total Avg: 6' 1" 205 Age: 28.5Injured Reserve List (2 Players)18 Jesse Winchester C 6' 1" 205 Oct 4, 1983 Long Sault, ON, CAN58 Patrick Bordeleau L 6' 6" 225 Mar 23, 1986 Montreal, QC, CANGoal StreaksNo active streaksAssist StreaksNo active streaksPoint StreaksNo active streaksPhiladelphia Flyers: Season StatisticsPos # Player GP G A P +/- PIM PP SH GW S % TOI/g FO% Hits BlksR 93 Jakub Voracek 13 6 13 19 4 4 0 0 1 44 13.6 18:22 0.00 9 5C 28 Claude Giroux 13 2 13 15 6 4 2 0 1 58 3.4 21:12 53.91 10 9D 32 Mark Streit 13 2 8 10 3 4 1 0 0 28 7.1 23:09 0.00 7 18R 17 Wayne Simmonds 13 6 3 9 10 8 3 0 0 37 16.2 17:05 0.00 31 6C 10 Brayden Schenn 13 3 6 9 2 4 1 0 2 24 12.5 16:29 58.33 19 5L 12 Michael Raffl 12 6 1 7 2 4 0 0 0 29 20.7 14:24 0.00 25 10C 14 Sean Couturier 13 4 3 7 1 4 0 0 0 23 17.4 19:22 49.35 9 4D 15 Michael Del Zotto 13 1 6 7 1 2 0 0 1 17 5.9 20:58 0.00 33 23R 24 Matt Read 13 1 4 5 -1 4 0 0 1 18 5.6 17:55 0.00 9 8L 78 Pierre-Edouard Bellemare 13 3 1 4 4 2 0 0 0 20 15.0 13:15 51.20 12 8C 40 Vincent Lecavalier 6 2 2 4 1 4 0 0 0 16 12.5 14:47 48.57 2 2C 18 R.J. Umberger 13 1 2 3 -5 9 0 0 0 17 5.9 14:27 45.45 12 8D 47 Andrew MacDonald 7 1 2 3 -2 2 1 0 0 11 9.1 22:55 0.00 5 12C 76 Chris VandeVelde 9 1 2 3 -3 6 0 0 0 12 8.3 09:10 21.05 14 5D 55 Nick Schultz 12 0 3 3 6 8 0 0 0 6 0.0 19:19 0.00 11 28D 8 Nicklas Grossmann 13 1 1 2 4 6 0 0 0 11 9.1 18:50 0.00 24 21D 22 Luke Schenn 13 1 1 2 -5 9 0 0 0 19 5.3 17:43 0.00 38 21D 26 Carlo Colaiacovo 2 0 1 1 2 2 0 0 0 1 0.0 16:53 0.00 4 1C 36 Zac Rinaldo 12 0 1 1 -4 15 0 0 0 12 0.0 08:41 100.00 35 7D 5 Braydon Coburn 1 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 3 0.0 20:02 0.00 2 2C 41 Blair Jones 4 0 0 0 -4 2 0 0 0 0 0.0 06:55 50.00 7 1R 42 Jason Akeson 9 0 0 0 -1 2 0 0 0 5 0.0 07:36 0.00 10 4# Player GP Min GAA W L OT SO GA SVS SV% G A PIM29 Ray Emery 6 328 2.74 4 1 1 0 15 162 .915 0 0 035 Steve Mason 8 458 2.88 2 4 1 0 22 226 .911 0 1 2Colorado Avalanche: Season StatisticsPos # Player GP G A P +/- PIM PP SH GW S % TOI/g FO% Hits BlksC 9 Matt Duchene 15 4 6 10 -2 6 0 0 0 44 9.1 19:07 46.01 7 7C 29 Nathan MacKinnon 15 4 6 10 -6 6 2 0 0 48 8.3 16:38 48.05 11 10D 6 Erik Johnson 15 2 7 9 3 21 1 0 0 34 5.9 22:47 0.00 28 29R 12 Jarome Iginla 15 2 7 9 0 8 0 0 0 32 6.3 17:40 48.83 32 9C 90 Ryan O'Reilly 15 2 7 9 -11 4 1 0 0 38 5.3 18:38 49.42 6 4D 4 Tyson Barrie 15 1 8 9 -8 8 1 0 0 26 3.8 20:22 0.00 8 18L 40 Alex Tanguay 15 5 3 8 1 2 0 1 0 23 21.7 17:49 27.27 7 6L 11 Jamie McGinn 15 4 2 6 -6 2 1 0 0 25 16.0 14:51 100.00 25 7L 92 Gabriel Landeskog 15 4 2 6 -8 20 2 0 0 41 9.8 17:53 35.29 32 15C 7 John Mitchell 11 2 2 4 0 8 0 1 0 10 20.0 13:28 54.00 30 7D 8 Jan Hejda 15 0 4 4 0 6 0 0 0 12 0.0 20:44 0.00 47 31C 48 Daniel Briere 10 2 1 3 -2 8 0 0 2 13 15.4 11:07 40.00 4 2D 2 Nick Holden 15 1 2 3 -9 16 0 0 0 13 7.7 21:31 0.00 26 21C 24 Marc-Andre Cliche 14 1 1 2 0 9 0 0 0 12 8.3 10:01 47.79 4 3R 45 Dennis Everberg 10 1 1 2 0 0 0 0 0 15 6.7 11:12 0.00 18 6L 55 Cody McLeod 15 1 1 2 1 28 0 0 1 10 10.0 09:32 0.00 35 11D 22 Zach Redmond 4 0 2 2 2 4 0 0 0 5 0.0 16:37 0.00 6 9C 25 Maxime Talbot 15 0 2 2 -1 8 0 0 0 10 0.0 12:05 57.14 21 11D 5 Nate Guenin 9 0 1 1 -2 2 0 0 0 6 0.0 15:28 0.00 9 21D 17 Brad Stuart 14 0 0 0 -4 6 0 0 0 8 0.0 19:53 0.00 37 32D 44 Ryan Wilson 3 0 0 0 -3 0 0 0 0 3 0.0 11:12 0.00 6 3# Player GP Min GAA W L OT SO GA SVS SV% G A PIM1 Semyon Varlamov 10 589 2.75 2 4 4 1 27 331 .925 0 0 220 Reto Berra 5 210 2.29 2 0 1 0 8 104 .929 0 0 0Colorado Avalanche @ Philadelphia FlyersTeam RecordsColorado Avalanche Philadelphia FlyersLast game: Thursday VS TORONTO (4-3 W) Thursday VS FLORIDA (4-1 W)Next game: Saturday AT PHILADELPHIA Saturday VS COLORADOOverall record/streak: 4 - 6 - 5 / Win 1 / Undef 1 6 - 5 - 2 / Win 2 / Undef 2Home record/streak: 3 - 3 - 2 / Win 1 / Undef 1 4 - 1 - 2 / Win 4 / Undef 4Road record/streak: 1 - 3 - 3 / OTL 2 2 - 4 - 0 / Lost 2Last 5 Games: 2 - 2 - 1 3 - 2 - 0Last 10 Games: 3 - 3 - 4 6 - 3 - 11-Goal Games: 2 - 2 - 5 2 - 3 - 22-Goal Games 0 - 1 2 - 13-Goal Games 2 - 3 2 - 1Scoring first 3 - 4 - 0 3 - 0 - 1Opponent scoring first 1 - 2 - 5 3 - 5 - 1Leading after 1 period 1 - 4 - 0 5 - 0 - 1Trailing after 1 period 1 - 2 - 3 1 - 4 - 1Tied after 1 period 2 - 0 - 2 0 - 1 - 0Leading after 2 periods 2 - 2 - 1 3 - 0 - 1Trailing after 2 periods 0 - 4 - 1 1 - 4 - 1Tied after 2 periods 2 - 0 - 3 2 - 1 - 0OT Record - This Season: 1 - 5 2 - 2OT Record - Franchise: 151 - 126 - 204 125 - 144 - 220Shootout Record - This Season: 1 - 2 0 - 2Shootout Record - Franchise: 54 - 33 27 - 53Outshooting opponent: 2 - 1 - 0 3 - 2 - 1Outshot by opponent: 2 - 5 - 4 3 - 3 - 1Even shots: 0 - 0 - 1 0 - 0 - 0vs. Atlantic: 2 - 2 - 2 2 - 3 - 1vs. Metropolitan: 1 - 0 - 0 1 - 1 - 0vs. EASTERN CONFERENCE: 3 - 2 - 2 3 - 4 - 1vs. Central: 0 - 2 - 2 1 - 1 - 0vs. Pacific: 1 - 2 - 1 2 - 0 - 1vs. WESTERN CONFERENCE: 1 - 4 - 3 3 - 1 - 1Month by Month RecordColorado Avalanche Philadelphia FlyersW-L-OT Points W-L-OT PointsOctober: 3-4-4 10 4-4-2 10Totals: 3-4-4 10 4-4-2 10Colorado Avalanche @ Philadelphia FlyersSituationsGoals by Period1 2 3 OT T AvgColorado Avalanche: 13 12 11 0 36 ( 2.4 avg.)Opponents: 13 15 13 3 44 ( 2.9 avg.)Philadelphia Flyers: 13 11 15 2 41 ( 3.2 avg.)Opponents: 13 10 15 0 38 ( 2.9 avg.)Shots by Period1 2 3 OT T AvgColorado Avalanche: 138 158 121 11 428 (28.5 avg.)Opponents: 184 191 144 16 535 (35.7 avg.)Philadelphia Flyers: 128 135 144 7 414 (31.8 avg.)Opponents: 148 130 146 2 426 (32.8 avg.)Power PlayColorado Avalanche Philadelphia FlyersG Att % G Att %Overall: 8 55 14.5 (22nd NHL) 8 43 18.6 (17th NHL)Home: 4 28 14.3 (25th NHL) 6 23 26.1 (9th NHL)Road: 4 27 14.8 (16th NHL) 2 20 10.0 (T-25th NHL)0 SHORT HANDED GOALS ALLOWED (T-1st NHL) 1 SHORT HANDED GOALS ALLOWED (T-12th NHL)Penalty KillingColorado Avalanche Philadelphia FlyersG Att % G Att %Overall: 5 59 91.5 (2nd NHL) 9 41 78.0 (22nd NHL)Home: 2 32 93.8 (4th NHL) 1 21 95.2 (2nd NHL)Road: 3 27 88.9 (6th NHL) 8 20 60.0 (30th NHL)2 SHORT HANDED GOALS SCORED (T-2nd NHL) 0 SHORT HANDED GOALS SCORED (T-20th NHL)PenaltiesColorado Avalanche Philadelphia FlyersGP Min Avg./Rank GP Min Avg./Rank15 180 12.0 (20th NHL) 13 115 8.8 (5th NHL)Goal SituationsColorado Avalanche Philadelphia FlyersFor Against For Against5 on 5: 25 33 30 275 on 4: 6 0 6 15 on 3: 2 0 1 04 on 4: 1 4 1 04 on 3: 0 0 1 03 on 3: 0 0 0 03 on 4: 0 1 0 03 on 5: 0 0 0 04 on 5: 2 4 0 9Empty Net: 0 2 2 1Penalty Shots: 0 0 0 0Total: 36 44 41 38Colorado Avalanche @ Philadelphia FlyersSituationsIndividual LeadersColorado Avalanche Philadelphia FlyersPoints: M. DUCHENE (10),N. MACKINNON (10),J. IGINLA (9) J. VORACEK (19),C. GIROUX (15),M. STREIT (10)Goals: A. TANGUAY (5),J. MCGINN (4),M. DUCHENE (4) J. VORACEK (6),W. SIMMONDS (6),M. RAFFL (6)Assists: T. BARRIE (8),J. IGINLA (7),E. JOHNSON (7) C. GIROUX (13),J. VORACEK (13),M. STREIT (8)PP Goals: G. LANDESKOG (2),N. MACKINNON (2),E. JOHNSON (1) W. SIMMONDS (3),C. GIROUX (2),M. STREIT (1)SH Goals: A. TANGUAY (1),J. MITCHELL (1)GW Goals: D. BRIERE (2),C. MCLEOD (1) B. SCHENN (2),C. GIROUX (1),J. VORACEK (1)3+ Goals:PIM: C. MCLEOD (28),E. JOHNSON (21),G. LANDESKOG (20) Z. RINALDO (15),R. UMBERGER (9),L. SCHENN (9)Shots: N. MACKINNON (48),M. DUCHENE (44),G. LANDESKOG (41) C. GIROUX (58),J. VORACEK (44),W. SIMMONDS (37)+/-: E. JOHNSON (+3),Z. REDMOND (+2),A. TANGUAY (+1) W. SIMMONDS (+10),N. SCHULTZ (+6),C. GIROUX (+6)ShootoutColorado Avalanche Philadelphia FlyersShooter G/S % GDGNathan MacKinnon 1 / 1 100.0 0Alex Tanguay 1 / 2 50.0 0Matt Duchene 1 / 3 33.3 1Ryan O'Reilly 0 / 1 0.0 0Gabriel Landeskog 0 / 1 0.0 0Shooter G/S % GDGClaude Giroux 1 / 2 50.0 0Vincent Lecavalier 0 / 1 0.0 0Jakub Voracek 0 / 1 0.0 0Matt Read 0 / 2 0.0 0Sean Couturier 0 / 2 0.0 0Goaltender Rec. G/S %Reto Berra 1 - 0 1/2 .500Semyon Varlamov 0 - 2 3/5 .400Goaltender Rec. G/S %Ray Emery 0 - 1 1/4 .750Steve Mason 0 - 1 2/4 .500Power PlayColorado Avalanche Philadelphia FlyersPlayer G A PNathan MacKinnon 2 3 5Ryan O'Reilly 1 4 5Erik Johnson 1 3 4Gabriel Landeskog 2 1 3Tyson Barrie 1 2 3Jamie McGinn 1 0 1Alex Tanguay 0 1 1Matt Duchene 0 1 1Nick Holden 0 1 1Player G A PClaude Giroux 2 3 5Mark Streit 1 4 5Wayne Simmonds 3 1 4Jakub Voracek 0 3 3Brayden Schenn 1 1 2Vincent Lecavalier 0 2 2Andrew MacDonald 1 0 1Matt Read 0 1 1Michael Del Zotto 0 1 1Short HandedColorado Avalanche Philadelphia FlyersPlayer G A PAlex Tanguay 1 0 1John Mitchell 1 0 1Erik Johnson 0 1 1Jan Hejda 0 1 1Player G A PTONIGHTS GAMEThe Flyers play their third home game of the week tonight as they host the Colorado Avalanche in their 14th game of the season andeighth at home. The Flyers are 6-5-2 and riding a two-game winning streak following a 4-1 win over Florida on Thursday night, theirsecond consecutive win by that score this week. The Flyers are riding a four-game winning streak on home ice and have points inevery home game this season except the home opener on October 9, going 4-0-2 since then. After tonights game, the Flyers enjoy anunusual five days off before their next contest, which comes here at the Wells Fargo Center next Friday night the 14th vs. the ColumbusBlue Jackets. vs. COLORADO This is the first of two games between the Flyers and Avalanche this season. They will meet again on December 31 for a New YearsEve game in Denver. 2013-14 SEASON SERIESJan. 2, 2014 Colorado 2, Flyers 1 at Pepsi CenterFeb. 6, 2014 Flyers 3, Colorado 1 at Wells Fargo Center Steve Mason played both games against Colorado last year, recording a 1.52 GAA and .957 save percentage with the 1-1 record. Hestopped 67 of 70 shots fired at him by the Avs. LIFETIMEHome: 38 GP, 25-9-2-2, 54 pts (.711)Road: 40 GP, 11-15-12-2, 36 pts (.450)Overall: 78 GP, 36-24-14-4, 90 pts (.577) The Flyers have points in five consecutive home games against the Avalanche (3-0-2) and have not lost to them in regulation at homesince March 16, 2002 (2-1 L). This is just the 12th time the franchise has visited Philadelphia since relocating to Denver from QuebecCity in 1995. Its also the first time since the 2001-02 and 2002-03 seasons that Colorado has visited the Flyers in successive years. The Avalanche bring three former Flyers with them tonight in Danny Briere (2007-13), Max Talbot (2011-13) and Nate Guenin (2006-09). Below are their career lines with the Flyers: Briere: 364 GP, 124-159-283, 331 PIM. Ranks 6th in Flyers history in playoff scoring (68 GP, 37-35-72).Talbot: 127 GP, 25-21-46, 84 PIMGuenin: 12 GP, 0-2-2, 6 PIM. With Phantoms: 207 GP, 7-36-43, 333 PIM. PHI CAREER LEADERS VS. COLCouturier 2 GP, 0-2-2, 1.00 PPGStreit 7 GP, 1-5-6, 0.86 PPGLecavalier 18 GP, 3-8-11, 0.61 PPGUmberger 22 GP, 6-7-13, 0.59 PPGVoracek 15 GP, 3-5-8, 0.53 PPG Coburn 8 GP, 0-4-4, 0.50 PPGColaiacovo 16 GP, 2-6-8, 0.50 PPGGiroux 4 GP, 2-0-2, 0.50 PPGRaffl 2 GP, 1-0-1, 0.50 PPG COL CAREER LEADERS VS. PHIIginla 20 GP, 9-11-20, 1.00 PPGLandeskog 3 GP, 1-2-3, 1.00 PPGBriere 19 GP, 9-9-18, 0.95 PPGOReilly 5 GP, 1-3-4, 0.80 PPGTanguay 19 GP, 5-9-14, 0.74 PPG Johnson 5 GP, 0-3-3, 0.60 PPGPhiladelphia Flyers: Media Notes INJURY UPDATE (with last game date)Current Injuries (with games missed on current injury, current status and last game date)Chris Pronger (LTIR) 13Kimmo Timonen (LTIR) 13Ryan White (LTIR) - 13Braydon Coburn 12 (lower body 10/8, out approx.. 4 weeks from 10/24)Andrew MacDonald 6 (lower body 10/24, out 4 weeks)Michael Raffl 1 (lower body 11/4, out 6 weeks) PREVIOUS INJURIESZac Rinaldo 1 (lower body 10/22, missed 10/25)Vincent Lecavalier 7 (lower body 10-11, out 10/14 10/30 2014-15 Season Total: 66Season Totals Excluding LTI: 27 MAN-GAMES LOST LAST FIVE SEASONS2013-14: 205 (74 excluding LTI for Pronger & Bourdon)2012-13: 264 (48-game season)2011-12: 4402010-11: 2402009-10: 205 UPCOMING MILESTONESBrayden Schenn needs 6 points to reach 100 in the NHLLuke Schenn recorded 100th NHL point Nov. 4 vs. EDM; needs 8 PIM to reach 100 as a FlyerMark Streit needs 4 PIM to reach 300 in NHL; needs 6 games to reach 100 as a FlyerR.J. Umberger needs 1 assist to reach 200 in the NHL RECENT ACTION Thursday, November 6, 2014: Flyers 4, Florida 1 at Wells Fargo Center For the second consecutive game, the Flyers opened upa 3-0 lead and ended up with a 4-1 win, this time over the Panthers. Sean Couturier and Michael Del Zotto provided first periodgoals, and P. Bellemare made it 3-0 in the second period. Nick Bjugstad scored a power play goal at 11:50 of the second, but it wasanswered by a goal from Jake Voracek 39 seconds later. Steve Mason won his second consecutive start, stopping 34 of 35 shots. Tuesday, November 4, 2014: Flyers 4, Edmonton 1 at Wells Fargo Center Jake Voracek set the tone with two first-period goalsand the Flyers never looked back in taking the win. Voraceks goals came at 3:59 and 16:04 of the first period, both at even strength. Pierre-Edouard Bellemare made it a 3-0 game 4:09 into the second period. Ryan Nugent-Hopkins then got the Oilers on the boardjust before the halfway point, but Luke Schenn restored the three-goal advantage at 12:01 of the frame, which ended the scoring. Steve Mason was spectacular especially in the third, stopping 35 of 36 Oilers bids. Stars of the Game: 1 Jake Voracek; 2 SteveMason; 3 Michael Del Zotto. Saturday, November 1, 2014: Florida 2, Flyers 1 at BB&T Center The Flyers needed 59:52 to finally solve Roberto Luongo, whoheld them at bay in a 2-1 loss. A Willie Mitchell goal 9:07 into the contest held up as the only score until Aaron Ekblad scored his firstNHL goal on a power play with 4:22 left in the game. It held up as the game-winner when Vincent Lecavalier put one home with eightseconds remaining. Luongo finished with 36 saves, while Ray Emery took the loss with 28 stops. Stars of the Game: 1 RobertoLuongo; 2 Aaron Ekblad; 3 Willie Mitchell. RECENT GAME NOTABLESThe Flyers have played nearly identical games over their last two contests. Both Tuesday and Thurday, they:Scored first, just under four minutes into the game Opened up a 2-0 lead at the first intermission Made that lead 3-0 early in the second Gave up a goal near the midpoint of the period to make it 3-1 Answered that goal relatively quickly (2:07 later Tues, 39 sec. later Thurs) to regain a three-goal lead Held the opponent off the board in the third Gave up 36 shots Tuesday and 35 Thursday 11-6 vs. FLA Michael Del Zotto recorded his first goal as a Flyer. He also recorded two hits and four blocked shots while playing a team-high 23:18. Carlo Colaiacovo recorded his first assist as a Flyer when he set up Bellemares second-period goal. Floridas power play goal was the first the Flyers have allowed on home ice this season. They had been 19-for-19 (including the firsttwo tonight) before that goal. 11-4 vs. EDM The Flyers did not receive a power play opportunity tonight. The last time that happened was March 15, 2012 at NYI, and it alsohappened five days prior to that, on March 10, 2012 at Toronto. The last time it happened in a home game was February 21, 2008 vs.San Jose. Luke Schenn recorded his 100th NHL point on his second-period goal. It was assisted by his brother Brayden, marking the secondtime this season the brothers have hooked up for a goal the other was Luke assisting Brayden on Oct. 18 at Dallas, the first time thetwo had combined for a goal in the NHL. The Flyers were 66 percent (44-for-67) on faceoffs. Claude Giroux was 20-for-26 (77 percent), Vincent Lecavalier was 9-for-12 (75pct) and Pierre-Edouard Bellemare was 5-for-7 (71 percent), while R.J. Umberger (3-for-3) and Brayden Schenn (1-for-1) won alltheir draws. Michael Del Zotto recorded an assist, six hits and three blocked shots. NOTES OF THE NIGHT Jake Voracek headed into Friday nights NHL action in a tie with Sidney Crosby for the NHL scoring lead. His goal on Thursday giveshim six goals and 13 assists for 19 points in 13 games so far this season, and extends his current scoring streak to seven games (4-8-12). Voracek has six multi-point games this season; last year, he didnt have his sixth multi-point game until December 23. Its the beststart for a Flyer through 13 games since the 2005-06 season, when Peter Forsberg was 4-24-28 and Simon Gagne was 16-8-24through 13 games. Voracek has scored in 12 of the Flyers 13 games this season, with the only exception being the shutout loss atChicago on Oct. 21. Claude Giroux is four points behind Voracek with two goals and 13 assists for 15 points. Giroux has at least a point in all but threegames this season the Chicago game, the opener vs. Boston and last Saturdays game at Florida. Entering Fridays games, Girouxwas tied with Alex Ovechkin for the league lead in shots with 58. He has only missed 12 shots, and thats the lowest number of missesamong anyone with 49 or more shots this season, which represents the top 12 shooters in the league. Giroux has taken 39.6 percentof the Flyers faceoffs this season, which leads the league, and he also leads the NHL in average time on ice per game among forwardsat 21:12. The Flyers have outscored their opponent 23-11 at even strength over the past seven games after being outscored 18-10 at evenstrength over their first six. The Flyers continue to be one of the least penalized teams in the league so far this season after spending the last three years as one ofthe most. They are averaging 8.8 minutes per game, which was the fifth-fewest in the league heading into Fridays games. Theyvecommitted 46 individual minors, which was tied for fifth-fewest in the league in that category (not including bench minors). The Flyerswere the most penalized team last season and in 2011-12, and were second-most in 2012-13. Last year the Flyers averaged 14.4 PIMper game. The Flyers have scored first in four of their 13 games so far, and are 3-0-1 in those two situations. In the remaining nine, the Flyershave come from behind in seven of them to at least tie the game at some point, and are 3-3-1 in those seven. Philadelphia Flyers: Game By Game Summary* = Overtime, ** = Shootout, + = Sellout# Date Team W-L-OT Record GF-GA Scorers W Goal PP PK SF-SA W-L Gltdr. Attend.1 10/08/2014 @ Boston Bruins L 00-01-00 1-2 14 23 0-3 1-2 20-33 40 / 35 17565+2 10/09/2014 New Jersey Devils L 00-02-00 4-6 28p,17,17p,40 8 2-5 3-3 39-26 35 / 35 19801+3 10/11/2014 Montral Canadiens O** 00-02-01 3-4 12,17,17p 15 1-5 3-3 32-38 31 / 29 19745+4 10/14/2014 Anaheim Ducks O** 00-02-02 3-4 32p,17p,93 38 2-4 2-2 42-28 31 / 35 19589+5 10/18/2014 @ Dallas Stars W* 01-02-02 6-5 14,10,47p,93,12,28p 28 2-5 1-3 37-23 29 / 32 18532+6 10/21/2014 @ Chicago Blackhawks L 01-03-02 0-4 20 0-2 2-4 32-43 31 / 35 21162+7 10/22/2014 @ Pittsburgh Penguins W 02-03-02 5-3 32,78,18,24,14 24 0-2 2-2 33-25 29 / 29 18661+8 10/25/2014 Detroit Red Wings W 03-03-02 4-2 8,12,10p,12 10 1-5 3-3 17-37 29 / 50 19867+9 10/28/2014 Los Angeles Kings W* 04-03-02 3-2 12,76,10 10 0-2 2-2 43-40 29 / 32 19873+10 10/30/2014 @ Tampa Bay Lightning L 04-04-02 3-4 17,93,12 5 0-2 3-5 27-32 30 / 29 1864211 11/01/2014 @ Florida Panthers L 04-05-02 1-2 40 5 0-6 3-4 37-30 1 / 35 977412 11/04/2014 Edmonton Oilers W 05-05-02 4-1 93,93,78,22 93 0-0 4-4 25-36 35 / 35 19566+13 11/06/2014 Florida Panthers W 06-05-02 4-1 14,15,78,93 15 0-2 3-4 30-35 35 / 1 19777+14 11/08/2014 Colorado Avalanche15 11/14/2014 Columbus Blue Jackets16 11/15/2014 @ Montral Canadiens17 11/19/2014 @ New York Rangers18 11/20/2014 Minnesota Wild19 11/22/2014 Columbus Blue Jackets20 11/24/2014 @ New York Islanders21 11/26/2014 @ Detroit Red Wings22 11/28/2014 New York Rangers23 11/29/2014 @ New York Rangers24 12/02/2014 @ San Jose Sharks25 12/03/2014 @ Anaheim Ducks26 12/06/2014 @ Los Angeles Kings27 12/09/2014 @ Columbus Blue Jackets28 12/11/2014 New Jersey Devils29 12/13/2014 Carolina Hurricanes30 12/16/2014 Tampa Bay Lightning31 12/18/2014 Florida Panthers32 12/20/2014 @ Toronto Maple Leafs33 12/21/2014 @ Winnipeg Jets34 12/23/2014 @ Minnesota Wild35 12/27/2014 @ Nashville Predators36 12/29/2014 @ Arizona Coyotes37 12/31/2014 @ Colorado Avalanche38 01/02/2015 @ Carolina Hurricanes39 01/03/2015 @ New Jersey Devils40 01/06/2015 Ottawa Senators41 01/08/2015 Washington Capitals42 01/10/2015 Boston Bruins43 01/12/2015 Tampa Bay Lightning44 01/14/2015 @ Washington Capitals45 01/15/2015 Vancouver Canucks46 01/17/2015 @ Buffalo Sabres47 01/19/2015 @ New York Islanders48 01/20/2015 Pittsburgh Penguins49 01/27/2015 Arizona Coyotes50 01/29/2015 Winnipeg Jets51 01/31/2015 Toronto Maple Leafs52 02/05/2015 New York Islanders53 02/08/2015 @ Washington Capitals54 02/10/2015 @ Montral Canadiens55 02/13/2015 @ Columbus Blue Jackets56 02/15/2015 @ Buffalo Sabres57 02/17/2015 Columbus Blue Jackets58 02/19/2015 Buffalo Sabres59 02/21/2015 Nashville Predators60 02/22/2015 Washington Capitals61 02/24/2015 @ Carolina Hurricanes62 02/26/2015 @ Toronto Maple Leafs63 02/28/2015 New York Rangers64 03/03/2015 Calgary Flames65 03/05/2015 St. Louis Blues66 03/07/2015 @ Boston Bruins67 03/08/2015 @ New Jersey Devils68 03/10/2015 Dallas Stars69 03/12/2015 @ St. Louis Blues70 03/14/2015 Detroit Red Wings71 03/15/2015 @ Ottawa Senators72 03/17/2015 @ Vancouver Canucks73 03/19/2015 @ Calgary Flames74 03/21/2015 @ Edmonton Oilers75 03/25/2015 Chicago Blackhawks76 03/28/2015 San Jose Sharks77 04/01/2015 @ Pittsburgh Penguins78 04/04/2015 @ Carolina Hurricanes79 04/05/2015 Pittsburgh Penguins80 04/07/2015 New York Islanders81 04/09/2015 Carolina Hurricanes82 04/11/2015 Ottawa SenatorsPhiladelphia Flyers: Player Game By Game SummarySkaters: Goals-Assists (Game Winning or Game Tying), Shots / (+/-), TOI Goalies: Goals Allowed/Shots, Decision, Minutes PlayedDate Opp. COBURN# 5GROSSMANN# 8SCHENN# 10RAFFL# 12COUTURIER# 14DEL ZOTTO# 15SIMMONDS# 17Oct 8 @ BOS 0-0,3/1 20:02 0-0,2/0 17:46 0-0,1/-1 17:10 0-0,0/0 12:16 1-0,3/1 19:31 0-0,1/-1 20:22 0-0,0/0 16:13Oct 9 Vs NJD DNP 0-0,1/1 17:46 0-0,3/0 15:12 0-0,0/-4 10:15 0-0,3/0 19:32 0-0,5/-4 18:55 2-1,4/2 17:19Oct 11 Vs MTL DNP 0-0,2/0 20:01 0-1,0/0 12:24 1-0,4/0 15:30 0-0,2/-1 22:50 0-1,1/1 14:43 2-0,6/0 19:39Oct 14 Vs ANA DNP 0-0,1/0 18:22 0-1,4/0 20:28 0-0,2/0 15:31 0-0,2/-2 21:38 0-1,1/0 19:57 1-1,5/0 19:16Oct 18 @ DAL DNP 0-0,0/0 18:25 1-0,5/1 20:13 1-0,2/1 15:20 1-0,2/0 18:52 0-1,2/1 18:43 0-0,3/1 20:03Oct 21 @ CHI DNP 0-0,1/0 18:43 0-0,0/0 17:02 0-0,5/0 15:13 0-0,2/-1 16:43 0-0,0/-1 20:05 0-0,3/0 15:39Oct 22 @ PIT DNP 0-0,1/1 20:01 0-0,1/0 14:45 0-0,1/-1 17:36 1-2,2/2 19:27 0-0,1/-1 16:44 0-0,4/1 17:06Oct 25 Vs DET INJ 1-0,1/0 18:03 1-0(W),2/-1 17:19 2-1,2/2 15:43 0-0,0/0 19:28 0-2,0/2 22:37 0-0,1/1 18:06Oct 28 Vs LAK INJ 0-0,0/1 20:49 1-0(W),4/1 16:14 1-0,3/1 16:05 0-0,4/-1 19:13 0-0,1/0 26:25 0-0,5/1 15:48Oct 30 @ TBL INJ 0-0,1/-1 18:12 0-1,0/0 16:02 1-0,4/2 15:08 0-0,0/1 21:12 0-0,0/1 23:41 1-0,2/1 15:30Nov 1 @ FLA INJ 0-0,0/-1 17:19 0-0,2/0 20:11 0-0,5/-1 11:37 0-0,1/0 19:10 0-0,1/1 23:55 0-1,2/1 18:17Nov 4 Vs EDM INJ 0-1,0/1 19:21 0-1,1/0 14:00 0-0,1/2 12:41 0-0,0/0 17:59 0-1,1/1 23:17 0-0,2/1 15:40Nov 6 Vs FLA INJ 0-0,1/2 20:04 0-2,1/2 13:24 DNP 1-1,2/2 16:19 1-0(W),3/1 23:18 0-0,0/1 13:39Date Opp. UMBERGER# 18SCHENN# 22READ# 24COLAIACOVO# 26GIROUX# 28STREIT# 32RINALDO# 36Oct 8 @ BOS 0-0,0/0 13:35 0-0,0/-1 15:59 0-1,0/1 19:57 0-0,1/-1 20:17 0-0,0/0 20:55 0-0,4/0 08:31Oct 9 Vs NJD 0-0,1/-2 12:48 0-0,3/-5 16:01 0-1,1/0 19:49 1-1,7/-4 19:33 0-2,1/-1 25:50 0-0,1/0 09:51Oct 11 Vs MTL 0-0,1/-1 13:13 0-0,1/1 13:35 0-0,2/-1 18:58 0-1,4/0 22:54 0-1,1/0 24:45 0-0,1/0 08:41Oct 14 Vs ANA 0-0,0/-2 14:47 0-0,2/-1 18:22 0-0,0/-1 19:45 0-2,7/1 21:42 1-0,5/0 25:15 0-0,2/-1 08:10Oct 18 @ DAL 0-1,2/0 15:21 0-1,2/0 16:52 0-1,2/0 17:49 1-1(W),6/1 23:22 0-2,5/0 26:26 0-0,0/-1 08:17Oct 21 @ CHI 0-0,0/-1 15:02 0-0,0/-1 18:46 0-0,2/-1 15:18 0-0,5/0 20:04 0-0,1/-1 21:20 0-0,0/-1 09:24Oct 22 @ PIT 1-1,4/2 15:10 0-0,1/-1 18:13 1-0(W),1/1 20:23 0-2,3/2 21:39 1-0,2/2 21:07 0-0,1/0 05:17Oct 25 Vs DET 0-0,0/0 18:01 0-0,1/1 20:07 0-0,0/-1 18:29 0-1,5/1 22:31 0-1,1/-2 21:06 DNPOct 28 Vs LAK 0-0,2/-1 15:38 0-0,1/-1 19:50 0-0,3/-1 17:58 0-1,5/2 22:06 0-0,0/3 24:25 0-0,0/-1 09:41Oct 30 @ TBL 0-0,2/0 15:04 0-0,1/1 19:29 0-0,0/0 18:50 0-2,4/1 19:49 0-0,3/0 21:51 0-0,0/-1 06:56Nov 1 @ FLA 0-0,1/0 09:41 0-0,1/0 14:20 0-0,3/0 13:30 0-0,5/0 23:06 0-0,6/0 28:37 0-0,0/0 09:32Nov 4 Vs EDM 0-0,2/0 16:59 1-0,4/1 21:11 0-0,1/0 16:39 0-0,1/1 16:50 0-1,1/2 17:37 0-1,3/0 18:23 0-1,2/0 08:51Nov 6 Vs FLA 0-0,2/0 12:35 0-0,2/1 17:42 0-1,3/2 15:30 0-1,0/1 16:56 0-1,5/1 20:59 0-1,0/2 21:03 0-0,1/1 11:01Date Opp. LECAVALIER# 40JONES# 41AKESON# 42MANNING# 43MACDONALD# 47GOSTISBEHERE# 53SCHULTZ# 55Oct 8 @ BOS 0-0,2/0 15:50 0-0,1/0 08:23 0-0,2/1 21:51Oct 9 Vs NJD 1-1,3/-1 14:51 0-0,0/0 11:27 0-1,1/1 22:33 0-0,1/0 14:46Oct 11 Vs MTL 0-1,3/0 16:10 0-0,0/0 07:34 0-0,1/-2 28:01 0-0,0/-2 23:37Oct 14 Vs ANA INJ 0-0,0/-1 06:27 0-0,1/0 07:51 0-0,2/-2 24:11 0-0,0/-2 19:07Oct 18 @ DAL DNP 0-0,0/-1 07:01 DNP 1-1,1/0 21:27 0-1,0/1 17:43Oct 21 @ CHI DNP 0-0,0/-1 08:36 DNP 0-0,2/0 21:01 0-0,2/-1 17:52Oct 22 @ PIT DNP DNP 0-0,1/0 05:19 0-0,2/0 21:25 0-1,0/3 19:02Oct 25 Vs DET INJ 0-0,0/-1 05:36 0-0,0/0 03:35 DNP 0-0,1/-1 12:27 0-0,0/2 20:04Oct 28 Vs LAK INJ DNP 0-0,1/-1 07:39 INJ 0-0,1/-1 12:40 0-1,1/1 18:44Oct 30 @ TBL INJ DNP 0-0,0/-1 06:28 0-1,1/0 14:09 INJ DNP 0-0,0/1 21:24Nov 1 @ FLA 1-0,5/1 14:21 DNP DNP 0-0,0/0 09:21 INJ MIN 0-0,2/0 18:27Nov 4 Vs EDM 0-0,0/1 15:04 DNP DNP DNP INJ MIN 0-0,0/2 21:09Nov 6 Vs FLA 0-0,3/0 12:30 DNP 0-0,1/1 10:16 MIN INJ MIN 0-0,0/1 19:56Date Opp. VANDEVELDE# 76BELLEMARE# 78VORACEK# 93EMERY# 29MASON# 35Oct 8 @ BOS 0-0,0/0 10:08 0-1,0/0 19:36 DND 2/33 L 58:43Oct 9 Vs NJD 0-0,2/0 11:18 0-1,2/-4 17:31 DND 5/25 L 58:43Oct 11 Vs MTL 0-0,0/0 13:07 0-1,3/0 16:18 3/38 O 65:00 DNDOct 14 Vs ANA 0-0,1/0 16:46 1-0,7/1 18:33 DND 3/28 O 64:52Oct 18 @ DAL 0-0,1/-1 06:20 0-0,1/1 14:58 1-2,3/1 21:07 1/5 W 22:49 4/18 40:00Oct 21 @ CHI 0-0,3/-1 08:25 0-0,1/0 15:58 0-0,5/0 19:22 DND 4/43 L 60:00Oct 22 @ PIT 0-0,1/-2 06:53 1-0,5/0 15:49 0-2,2/1 18:04 3/25 W 60:00 DNDOct 25 Vs DET 0-1,0/1 06:27 0-0,0/1 13:37 0-2,3/0 18:51 2/37 W 59:53 DNDOct 28 Vs LAK 1-0,3/0 09:23 0-0,4/0 13:50 0-2,5/1 19:56 2/40 W 62:36 DNDOct 30 @ TBL 0-0,0/-1 08:07 0-1,3/1 14:09 1-1,6/1 15:37 4/32 L 57:46 DNDNov 1 @ FLA 0-0,0/0 10:29 0-0,0/0 10:05 0-1,3/0 22:35 DND 2/30 L 56:08Nov 4 Vs EDM 0-1,2/1 12:01 1-0,1/0 10:06 2-0(W),3/2 14:12 DND 1/36 W 60:00Nov 6 Vs FLA 0-0,2/0 14:25 1-0,2/1 12:26 1-0,2/1 17:08 DND 1/35 W 60:00Craig Berube was named the 18th head coach in Flyers history on October 7, 2013. He posted a record of 42-27-10 in his first season as headcoach and led the Flyers to a return to the Stanley Cup Playoffs. Berube, 48 (12/17/65), is in his 18th overall season with the club. Before being promoted to head coach, he spent six season as a Flyersassistant coach, a position he had held since August 7, 2008. Berube also served as an assistant coach for most of the 2006-07 season. Hehas been a coach in the organization since 2004, when he was named the assistant coach of the Philadelphia Phantoms, the Flyers AmericanHockey League affiliate. He served in that capacity for the 2004-05 and 2005-06 seasons, and was the head coach of the Phantoms for the firstsix games of the 2006-07 season and all of the 2007-08 season. Philadelphia Flyers: Head Coach and Player BiosHead Coach: Craig Berube#29: Ray Emery (G) 6' 2", 196 lbs. / Sep 28, 1982 (32 years and 1 month)Drafted: by Ottawa, 4th round (99th overall) in 2001Acquired: Signed as a free agent, July 5, 201311th NHL / 3rd PHI SeasonLast Win: OCT 28, 2014 vs LOS ANGELES (1)Last SO: APR 1, 2014 @ ST. LOUIS (9)Career Shootouts: 47/78 (.603), 7-16GP W-L-OT SO GAA SV%Season 6 4-1-1 0 2.74 .915Career 262 139-76-22 16 2.66 .908Career vs. Opp 6 3-1-0 0 3.53 .872Season Highs: Shots Saves40403810/28 vs LAK2013-14: Received credit for his 16th career shutout after making 28 saves in a 1-0 shootout loss on April 1 at St. Louis... Played his 250th NHL gameon March 18 vs. CHI Recorded his 15th career shutout and his fourth as a Flyer on Nov. 2 at New Jersey.#35: Steve Mason (G) 6' 4", 217 lbs. / May 29, 1988 (26 years and 5 months)Drafted: by Columbus, 3rd round (69th overall) in 2006Acquired: from Columbus for Michael Leighton and 3rd rounder in 2015, April 3,20137th NHL / 3rd PHI SeasonLast Win: NOV 6, 2014 vs FLORIDALast SO: MAR 15, 2014 vs PITTSBURGH (18)Career Shootouts: 88/136 (.647), 15-25GP W-L-OT SO GAA SV%Season 8 2-4-1 0 2.88 .911Career 308 135-123-35 23 2.79 .907Career vs. Opp 14 5-7-2 1 3.00 .903Season Highs: Shots Saves43433910/21 vs CHI2013-14: Won the Gene Hart Memorial Award for the Flyer who played the most heart as voted by the Philadelphia Flyers Fan Club Recorded his21st career shutout and his second as a Flyer on Jan. 28 vs. Detroit Went six consecutive starts without a regulation loss from Dec. 9-23, posting arecord of 4-0-2 in that span... Recorded his 20th career shutout and his first shutout win as a Flyer on Nov. 30 at Nashville.#5: Braydon Coburn (D) 6' 5", 220 lbs. / Feb 27, 1985 (29 years and 8 months)BRAY-duhn, KOH-buhrnDrafted: by Atlanta, 1st round (8th overall) in 2003Acquired: from Atlanta in exchange for Alexei Zhitnik on February 24, 2007.10th NHL / 9th PHI SeasonLast Goal: MAR 8, 2014 @ TORONTO (19)Last Assist: APR 8, 2014 @ FLORIDA (4)Career Shootouts: 0/0 (0%), 0 GDGGP G-A-P +/- PIMSeason 1 0-0-0 1 0Career 576 36-121-157 25 488Career vs. Opp 8 0-4-4 2 8Season Highs: G A P PIM TOI Shots Hits +/-010/8 vs BOS010/8 vs BOS010/8 vs BOS010/8 vs BOS20:0210/8 vs BOS310/8 vs BOS210/8 vs BOS+110/8 vs BOS2013-14: Appeared in all 82 games Led the Flyers in overall average time-on-ice (22:26)...led the Flyers and the NHL in shorthanded average time-on-ice (3:59) per game recorded five shots on Jan. 22 vs. CAR, his most since Feb. 20, 2013 at PIT played 28:31 on Nov. 13 at PIT,his most sinceplaying 28:35 at ATL on March 17, 2011 Reached 400 PIM as a Flyer on Oct. 17 vs. PIT Played his 500th game in the NHL on Oct. 15 vs. VAN.#8: Nicklas Grossmann (D) 6' 4", 230 lbs. / Jan 22, 1985 (29 years and 9 months)Drafted: by Dallas, 2nd round (56th overall) in 2004Acquired: from Dallas for a 2012 2nd rounder and 2013 3rd rounder, Feb. 16, 20129th NHL / 4th PHI SeasonLast Goal: OCT 25, 2014 vs DETROIT (5)Last Assist: NOV 4, 2014 vs EDMONTON (1)Career Shootouts: 0/0 (0%), 0 GDGGP G-A-P +/- PIMSeason 13 1-1-2 4 6Career 476 6-61-67 7 262Career vs. Opp 18 0-0-0 4 19Season Highs: G A P PIM TOI Shots Hits +/-110/25 vs DET111/4 vs EDM12 times410/9 vs NJD20:4910/28 vs LAK22 times53 times+211/6 vs FLA2014-15: Recorded his sixth career NHL goal Oct. 25 vs. Detroit, and his third as a Flyer, while also recording six blocked shots and five hits... itmarked the earliest in a season that hes ever scored a goal his previous was one in January during the 2008-09 season. 2013-14: Appeared in 78 games, his most since playing 81 for Dallas in 2008-09 posted a career-high 13 assists and 14 points Recorded six hitsand six blocked shots on Jan. 28 vs. DET Tallied two assists on Jan. 7 at NJD, giving him just his second career multi-point game Played his 400thgame in the NHL on Nov. 7 vs. NJD Recorded a three-game point streak from Oct. 24-29 (three assists). #10: Brayden Schenn (C) 6' 1", 190 lbs. / Aug 22, 1991 (23 years and 2 months)Drafted: by Los Angeles, 1st round (5th overall) in 2009Acquired: from Los Angeles with Wayne Simmonds and 2nd rounder in 2012 for MikeRichards and Rob Bordson, June 23, 2011.6th NHL / 4th PHI SeasonLast Goal: OCT 28, 2014 vs LOS ANGELES (4)Last Assist: NOV 6, 2014 vs FLORIDACareer Shootouts: 1/4 (25%), 0 GDGGP G-A-P +/- PIMSeason 13 3-6-9 2 4Career 205 43-53-96 -15 116Career vs. Opp 3 0-1-1 0 0Season Highs: G A P PIM TOI Shots Hits +/-13 times211/6 vs FLA211/6 vs FLA22 times20:2810/14 vs ANA510/18 vs DAL410/8 vs BOS+211/6 vs FLA2014-15: Scored a goal that was assisted by his brother Luke on Oct. 18 at Dallas, marking the first time the two had combined for a goal in the NHL. 2013-14: Appeared in all 82 regular season games Recorded career highs in goals (20), assists (21) and points (41) Second on the Flyers with sixgame-winning goals Recorded third-most hits (200) and third-most faceoffs (685) on the team Played a career-high 21:40 on Jan. 2 at COL, bestinghis previous career high of 21:19 on April 7, 2012 at PIT Recorded his third career three-point game on Dec. 31 at CGY (1G, 2A). #12: Michael Raffl (L) 6' 0", 195 lbs. / Dec 1, 1988 (25 years and 11 months)Drafted: N/AAcquired: Signed as a free agent, May 31, 20132nd NHL / 2nd PHI SeasonLast Goal: OCT 30, 2014 @ TAMPA BAY (2)Last Assist: OCT 25, 2014 vs DETROIT (4)Career Shootouts: 1/3 (33%), 1 GDGGP G-A-P +/- PIMSeason 12 6-1-7 2 4Career 80 15-14-29 4 32Career vs. Opp 2 1-0-1 1 0Season Highs: G A P PIM TOI Shots Hits +/-210/25 vs DET110/25 vs DET310/25 vs DET410/21 vs CHI17:3610/22 vs PIT52 times610/22 vs PIT+23 times2014-15: Diagnosed with a lower body injury after blocking a shot Nov. 4 vs. EDM and is expected to miss six weeks... Recorded his first career two-goal game Oct. 25 vs. Detroit and tied a career high with three points (2G, 1A). 2013-14: Appeared in all seven playoff games, recording one assist posted three assists on Dec. 15 vs. WSH scored first NHL goal Dec. 9 atOTT Recalled from Adirondack Oct. 12 and made NHL debut that night vs. DET began season with Adirondack, recording a goal and two assists intwo games.#14: Sean Couturier (C) 6' 3", 197 lbs. / Dec 7, 1992 (21 years and 11 months)Drafted: by Flyers, 1st round (8th overall) in 20114th NHL / 4th PHI SeasonLast Goal: NOV 6, 2014 vs FLORIDALast Assist: NOV 6, 2014 vs FLORIDACareer Shootouts: 1/8 (12%), 0 GDGGP G-A-P +/- PIMSeason 13 4-3-7 1 4Career 218 34-54-88 12 73Career vs. Opp 2 0-2-2 1 6Season Highs: G A P PIM TOI Shots Hits +/-14 times210/22 vs PIT310/22 vs PIT22 times22:5010/11 vs MTL410/28 vs LAK23 times+22 times2013-14: Appeared in all 82 games led NHL forwards in total shorthanded ice time (281:22), tied league lead among forwards in average shorthandedice time per game (3:25) averaged 19:05 of ice time per game, more than three minutes over his 2012-13 average scored three goals over the lastfour games of the season Played a career-high 25:43 on Dec. 15 at WSHSet a new career high with a four-point game (2G, 2A) on Dec. 4 at DET. #15: Michael Del Zotto (D) 6' 0", 195 lbs. / Jun 24, 1990 (24 years and 4 months)Drafted: by NY Rangers, 1st round (20th overall) in 2008Acquired: Signed as a free agent, August 5, 20146th NHL / 1st PHI SeasonLast Goal: NOV 6, 2014 vs FLORIDALast Assist: NOV 4, 2014 vs EDMONTON (1)Career Shootouts: 0/1 (0%), 0 GDGGP G-A-P +/- PIMSeason 13 1-6-7 1 2Career 330 28-105-133 -7 126Career vs. Opp 5 0-0-0 -6 4Season Highs: G A P PIM TOI Shots Hits +/-111/6 vs FLA210/25 vs DET210/25 vs DET210/11 vs MTL26:2510/28 vs LAK510/9 vs NJD611/4 vs EDM+210/25 vs DET2013-14: Appeared in 25 games for Nashville, recording a goal and four assists acquired by Nashville from NY Rangers on January 22, 2014 inexchange for D Kevin Klein... prior to the trade, appeared in 42 games for NYR, recording two goals and nine assists. #17: Wayne Simmonds (R) 6' 2", 183 lbs. / Aug 26, 1988 (26 years and 2 months)Drafted: by Los Angeles, 2nd round (61st overall) in 2007Acquired: from Los Angeles with Brayden Schenn and 2nd rounder in 2012 for MikeRichards and Rob Bordson, June 23, 2011.7th NHL / 4th PHI SeasonLast Goal: OCT 30, 2014 @ TAMPA BAY (3)Last Assist: NOV 1, 2014 @ FLORIDA (2)Career Shootouts: 3/13 (23%), 1 GDGGP G-A-P +/- PIMSeason 13 6-3-9 10 8Career 462 117-126-243 10 574Career vs. Opp 15 2-4-6 -1 35Season Highs: G A P PIM TOI Shots Hits +/-22 times13 times310/9 vs NJD411/1 vs FLA20:0310/18 vs DAL610/11 vs MTL42 times+210/9 vs NJD2014-15: Recorded goals in three consecutive games from Oct. 9-14, including two consecutive two-goal games... Recorded two goals Oct. 11 vs. MTL,his 15th career multi-goal game... Received second star honors after recording two goals and an assist Oct. 9 vs. NJD, his eighth career game of threepoints or more and his 14th career multi-goal game. 2013-14: Appeared in all 82 regular season games Led the Flyers in goals (29) Finished 3rd on the team in points (60), 2nd in PIM (106) Ranked3rd in the NHL in PP goals (15) Scored his 100th NHL goal on Feb. 1 at LAK Recorded a five-game scoring streak from Jan. 14-22 (2G, 6A)Recorded his 200th point in the NHL on Dec. 31 at CGY Recorded his first two-goal game of the season on Dec. 21 at CBJ and his 100th point as aFlyer.#18: R.J. Umberger (C) 6' 2", 214 lbs. / May 3, 1982 (32 years and 6 months)UHM-buhr-guhr, AHR-JAYDrafted: by Vancouver, 1st round (16th overall) in 2001Acquired: from Columbus with 4th rounder in 2015 for Scott Hartnell, June 23, 2014.10th NHL / 4th PHI SeasonLast Goal: OCT 22, 2014 @ PITTSBURGH (6)Last Assist: OCT 22, 2014 @ PITTSBURGH (6)Career Shootouts: 0/5 (0%), 0 GDGGP G-A-P +/- PIMSeason 13 1-2-3 -5 9Career 686 170-199-369 -61 287Career vs. Opp 22 6-7-13 -1 10Season Highs: G A P PIM TOI Shots Hits +/-110/22 vs PIT12 times210/22 vs PIT510/22 vs PIT18:0110/25 vs DET410/22 vs PIT311/1 vs FLA+210/22 vs PIT2013-14: Recorded 34 points (18G, 16A) along with 26 penalty minutes in 74 games playedLed the Blue Jackets in power play goals with 8Earnedsecond place on the Columbus Blue Jackets all time goals list with 114 on Jan. 21 vs. Los AngelesPlayed in the 600th game of his NHL career onOct. 4 vs. Calgary.#20: Chris Pronger (D) (*Injured) 6' 6", 220 lbs. / Oct 10, 1974 (40 years)Drafted: by Hartford, 1st round (2nd overall) in 1993Acquired: from Anaheim with Ryan Dingle for Joffrey Lupul, Luca Sbisa, 1st rounderin 2009, 1st rounder in 2010, and conditional pick, June 26, 2009.18th NHL / 3rd PHI SeasonLast Goal: -Last Assist: -Career Shootouts: 0/3 (0%), 0 GDGGP G-A-P +/- PIMSeason - ----- - -Career - ----- - -Career vs. Opp 59 6-23-29 -2 64Season Highs: G A P PIM TOI Shots Hits +/-- - - - - - - -Has missed the last two seasons due to post-concussion syndrome.2011-12: On Dec. 15, was ruled out for the remainder of the 2011-12 regular season and playoffs after being diagnosed with severe post-concussionsyndrome underwent surgery on Nov. 28 to remove loose bodies from his left knee posted a pair of assists on Nov. 19 at WPG recoreded threeassists on Nov. 14 at CAR missed six games after receiving a high stick to the eye on Oct. 24 vs. TOR started the season with a five-game scoringstreak (1-5-6).#22: Luke Schenn (D) 6' 2", 229 lbs. / Nov 2, 1989 (25 years)Drafted: by Toronto, 1st round (5th overall) in 2008Acquired: from Toronto for James van Riemsdyk, June 23, 2012.7th NHL / 3rd PHI SeasonLast Goal: NOV 4, 2014 vs EDMONTON (1)Last Assist: OCT 18, 2014 @ DALLAS (8)Career Shootouts: 0/0 (0%), 0 GDGGP G-A-P +/- PIMSeason 13 1-1-2 -5 9Career 449 22-78-100 -25 318Career vs. Opp 6 0-1-1 3 0Season Highs: G A P PIM TOI Shots Hits +/-111/4 vs EDM110/18 vs DAL12 times710/8 vs BOS21:1111/4 vs EDM411/4 vs EDM810/14 vs ANA+15 times2014-15: Recorded his 100th NHL point with a goal Nov. 4 vs. Edmonton, which was assisted by his brother Brayden Assisted on a goal by Braydenon Oct. 18 at Dallas, marking the first time the two had combined for a goal in the NHL. 2013-14: Led the Flyers and finished sixth in the NHL with 260 hits Reached 100 games as a Flyer on Feb. 1 at LAK Recorded his 300th PIM in theNHL on Jan. 25 vs. BOS Played his 400th NHL game on Jan. 11 at NYRCredited with seven hits on Jan. 8 vs. MTL.#24: Matt Read (R) 5' 10", 185 lbs. / Jun 14, 1986 (28 years and 4 months)Drafted: N/AAcquired: Signed as a free agent, March 23, 20114th NHL / 4th PHI SeasonLast Goal: OCT 22, 2014 @ PITTSBURGH (6)Last Assist: NOV 6, 2014 vs FLORIDACareer Shootouts: 6/17 (35%), 1 GDGGP G-A-P +/- PIMSeason 13 1-4-5 -1 4Career 209 58-58-116 9 34Career vs. Opp 2 0-0-0 -1 0Season Highs: G A P PIM TOI Shots Hits +/-110/22 vs PIT14 times15 times22 times20:2310/22 vs PIT33 times22 times+211/6 vs FLA2013-14: Tied for 3rd in the NHL and led the Flyers in shorthanded goals (4) Reached 100 points in the NHL and as a Flyer on March 1 vs. NYRPosted two consecutive two-goal games, Nov. 21 vs. BUF and Nov. 23 vs. NYI Recorded a three-game scoring streak (Oct. 24 vs. NYR, Oct. 26 atNYI, Oct. 29 vs. ANA), and had four points (3-1-4) in that span..#25: Ryan White (C) (*Injured) 6' 0", 201 lbs. / Mar 17, 1988 (26 years and 7 months)Drafted: by Montreal, 3rd round (66th overall) in 2006Acquired: Signed as a free agent, August 7, 2014Last Goal: FEB 8, 2014 @ CAROLINA (16)Last Assist: APR 5, 2014 vs DETROIT (3)Career Shootouts: 0/0 (0%), 0 GDGGP G-A-P +/- PIMSeason - ----- - -Career 141 5-12-17 -15 232Career vs. Opp 1 0-0-0 0 5Season Highs: G A P PIM TOI Shots Hits +/-- - - - - - - -2014-15: Out of action till late January/early February due to a torn pectoral muscle sustained during offseason training.2013-14: Had 3 hits and won 86% of his face-offs (6 out of 7) on Oct. 5 vs. PHI Recorded 3 shots on Oct. 9 at CGY Won 8 of his 9 face-offs (89%)on Oct. 12 at VAN Totaled 3 shots on Oct. 15 at WPG Served 5 hits and won 83% of his face-offs (10 out of 12) on Oct. 22 vs. EDM Played his100th career game in the NHL on Oct. 29 vs. DAL Recorded 1 assist, 4 hits and a +1 differential on Nov. 22 at WSH Totaled 1 assist and a +1differential on Dec. 7 vs. BUF Tallied 6 hits on Dec. 10 vs. LAK Returned to action on Feb. 4 vs. CGY, recording 6 shots and being named the 3rdstar of the game, after missing 14 games due to a shoulder injury suffered on Jan. 2at DAL Scored his 1st goal of the season and was named the 3rdstar of the game on Feb. 6 vs. VAN Tied a personal-high with 2 points (1-1-2) on Feb. 8 at CAR Totaled 3 shots and 4 hits on March 25 vs. BUF. #26: Carlo Colaiacovo (D) 6' 1", 200 lbs. / Jan 27, 1983 (31 years and 9 months)Drafted: 1st round (17th overall) by Toronto in 2001Acquired: Signed as a free agent, October 30, 2014Last Goal: MAR 9, 2014 @ MINNESOTA (13)Last Assist: NOV 6, 2014 vs FLORIDACareer Shootouts: 0/0 (0%), 0 GDGGP G-A-P +/- PIMSeason 2 0-1-1 2 2Career 403 31-114-145 7 213Career vs. Opp 16 2-6-8 -4 2Season Highs: G A P PIM TOI Shots Hits +/-02 times111/6 vs FLA111/6 vs FLA211/6 vs FLA16:5611/6 vs FLA111/4 vs EDM311/6 vs FLA+12 times2013-14: Appeared in 26 games with St. Louis... Scored his first goal of the reg. season on Mar. 9 at MIN, breaking a 43-game drought... Appeared in400th career NHL game on Apr. 11 at DAL.#28: Claude Giroux (C) 5' 11", 172 lbs. / Jan 12, 1988 (26 years and 9 months)Drafted: by Flyers, 1st round (22nd overall) in 20068th NHL / 8th PHI SeasonLast Goal: OCT 18, 2014 @ DALLAS (8)Last Assist: NOV 6, 2014 vs FLORIDACareer Shootouts: 18/42 (43%), 5 GDGGP G-A-P +/- PIMSeason 13 2-13-15 6 4Career 428 121-271-392 31 185Career vs. Opp 4 2-0-2 1 5Season Highs: G A P PIM TOI Shots Hits +/-12 times23 times25 times22 times23:2210/18 vs DAL72 times22 times+23 times2014-15: Recorded his fourth career regular-season overtime game-winning goal 2:49 into overtime in a 6-5 win at Dallas on Oct. 18.2013-14: Ranked 3rd in the NHL in scoring with 86 points, 4th in assists (58), 2nd in power play assists (30), 4th in power play points (37), 14th in gamewinning goals (7, career-high), 3rd in faceoffs taken (1783) and 4th in faceoffs won (931) Finalist for the Hart Trophy Led the Flyers with 86 points(28G, 58A), assists (58), and GWG (7) Ranked 2nd on the team in goals (28) Won the Bobby Clarke Award as MVP of the team. #32: Mark Streit (D) 5' 11", 191 lbs. / Dec 11, 1977 (36 years and 10 months)Drafted: by Montreal, 9th round (262nd overall) in 2004Acquired: from NY Islanders for Shane Harper and 4th rounder in 2014, June 12,2013.9th NHL / 2nd PHI SeasonLast Goal: OCT 22, 2014 @ PITTSBURGH (6)Last Assist: NOV 6, 2014 vs FLORIDACareer Shootouts: 0/6 (0%), 0 GDGGP G-A-P +/- PIMSeason 13 2-8-10 3 4Career 586 77-265-342 -47 296Career vs. Opp 7 1-5-6 1 0Season Highs: G A P PIM TOI Shots Hits +/-12 times22 times22 times22 times28:3711/1 vs FLA611/1 vs FLA411/6 vs FLA+310/28 vs LAK2013-14: Appeared in all 82 regular season games Finished 3rd on the team in assists (34) led all Flyers defensemen in goals, assists and pointsScored in consecutive games twice in December (15/17 and 30/31) Scored a goal for his 300th career NHL point on Dec. 15 at WSH Played his500th game in the NHL on Oct. 24 vs. NYR.#36: Zac Rinaldo (C) 5' 11", 169 lbs. / Jun 15, 1990 (24 years and 4 months)Drafted: by Flyers, 6th round (178th overall) in 20084th NHL / 4th PHI SeasonLast Goal: APR 6, 2014 vs BUFFALO (12)Last Assist: NOV 4, 2014 vs EDMONTON (1)Career Shootouts: 0/0 (0%), 0 GDGGP G-A-P +/- PIMSeason 12 0-1-1 -4 15Career 177 7-12-19 -25 485Career vs. Opp 3 0-0-0 -1 0Season Highs: G A P PIM TOI Shots Hits +/-012 times111/4 vs EDM111/4 vs EDM511/4 vs EDM11:0111/6 vs FLA410/8 vs BOS611/6 vs FLA+111/6 vs FLA2013-14: Led the Flyers and finished 5th in the NHL in PIM (153) Recorded his 400th PIM in the NHL and as a Flyer on Dec. 11 at CHI Played his100th game in the NHL on Oct. 5 at MTL. #40: Vincent Lecavalier (C) 6' 4", 215 lbs. / Apr 21, 1980 (34 years and 6 months)Drafted: by Tampa Bay, 1st round (1st overall) in 1998Acquired: Signed as a free agent, July 5, 201316th NHL / 2nd PHI SeasonLast Goal: NOV 1, 2014 @ FLORIDA (2)Last Assist: OCT 11, 2014 vs MONTREAL (3)Career Shootouts: 14/58 (24%), 6 GDGGP G-A-P +/- PIMSeason 6 2-2-4 1 4Career 1112 405-510-915 -132 794Career vs. Opp 18 3-8-11 0 8Season Highs: G A P PIM TOI Shots Hits +/-12 times12 times210/9 vs NJD411/6 vs FLA16:1010/11 vs MTL511/1 vs FLA12 times+12 times2013-14: Registered his 400th NHL goal on March 30 vs. BOS Reached 900 points in the NHL with an overtime goal on March 2 at WSH Recordedhis 500th career assist on Jan. 12 at NYR Scored his first shootout goal as a Flyer on Nov. 30 at NSH Recorded his seventh career hat trick on Oct.26 at NYI, his first since March 11, 2008, which was also against NYI Scored his first goal as a Flyer on Oct. 5 at MTL.#41: Blair Jones (C) 6' 2", 216 lbs. / Sep 27, 1986 (28 years and 1 month)8th NHL / 1st PHI SeasonLast Goal: NOV 30, 2013 @ LOS ANGELES (14)Last Assist: FEB 13, 2013 vs DALLAS (23)Career Shootouts: 1/4 (25%), 0 GDGGP G-A-P +/- PIMSeason 4 0-0-0 -4 2Career 132 7-10-17 -18 65Career vs. Opp 4 0-0-0 -2 2Season Highs: G A P PIM TOI Shots Hits +/-04 times04 times04 times210/21 vs CHI8:3610/21 vs CHI04 times310/14 vs ANA--14 times2013-14: Had two assists and 9 PIMS in two games with the Abbotsford Heat at time of recall on Oct.10 ... assigned to Abbotsford on Oct. 20 ... wasleading the Heat in scoring (8+12=20) in 16 games played at the time of recall from Abbotsford on Nov.21 ... scored in his first NHL game this season onNov.22 ... scored a short-handed goal on Nov.30 ... led the team in hits with four on Dec.15 ... played two seconds on Jan.18 before receiving 15 PIMand a game misconduct for fighting. #42: Jason Akeson (R) 5' 10", 190 lbs. / Jun 3, 1990 (24 years and 5 months)Drafted: N/AAcquired: Signed as a free agent on March 2, 2011.3rd NHL / 3rd PHI SeasonLast Goal: APR 27, 2013 @ OTTAWA (10)Last Assist: APR 13, 2014 vs CAROLINA (9)Career Shootouts: 0/1 (0%), 0 GDGGP G-A-P +/- PIMSeason 9 0-0-0 -1 2Career 11 1-1-2 2 2Career vs. Opp - ----- - -Season Highs: G A P PIM TOI Shots Hits +/-09 times09 times09 times210/11 vs MTL11:2710/9 vs NJD15 times310/8 vs BOS+111/6 vs FLA2013-14: Appeared in all seven games during the Eastern Conference Quarterfinals, recording two goals and an assistappeared in 70 games forAdirondack and lead the team in scoring for the third consecutive yearrecorded five three-point games on the season, including a hat trick April 6 vs.Albanyrecorded 15 points (8G, 7A) in 12 games during the month of January.#44: Kimmo Timonen (D) (*Injured) 5' 10", 194 lbs. / Mar 18, 1975 (39 years and 7 months)KEE-moh TEEM-oh-nehnDrafted: by Los Angeles, 10th round (250th overall) in 1993Acquired: from Nashville with Scott Hartnell for Nashville's 1st rounder in 2007, June18, 200710th NHL / 2nd PHI SeasonLast Goal: APR 13, 2014 vs CAROLINALast Assist: APR 13, 2014 vs CAROLINACareer Shootouts: 2/9 (22%), 1 GDGGP G-A-P +/- PIMSeason - ----- - -Career 1092 117-454-571 38 652Career vs. Opp 36 2-15-17 -2 18Season Highs: G A P PIM TOI Shots Hits +/-- - - - - - - -2014-15: Diagnosed with blood clots during the offseason and will be out of action indefinitely. 2013-14: Won his fifth career Barry Ashbee Award, and third consecutive, as the Flyers best defenseman Finished 9th in the NHL in power playassists (19) Posted a two-goal game March 8 at TOR Reached 500 games as a Flyer on March 1 vs. NYR Credited with six blocks on Feb. 5 vs.COL won a bronze medal with Team Finland at the 2014 Winter Olympics, his fourth Olympic medal posted three points (1G, 2A) Nov. 19 vs. OTT.#47: Andrew MacDonald (D) 6' 1", 190 lbs. / Sep 7, 1986 (28 years and 2 months)Drafted: by NY Islanders, 6th round (160th overall) in 2006Acquired: from NY Islanders for Matt Mangene, 2014 3rd rounder, and 2015 2ndrounder, Feb. 4, 2014.7th NHL / 2nd PHI SeasonLast Goal: OCT 18, 2014 @ DALLAS (2)Last Assist: OCT 18, 2014 @ DALLAS (2)Career Shootouts: 0/0 (0%), 0 GDGGP G-A-P +/- PIMSeason 7 1-2-3 -2 2Career 321 18-78-96 -16 157Career vs. Opp 7 0-2-2 0 8Season Highs: G A P PIM TOI Shots Hits +/-110/18 vs DAL12 times210/18 vs DAL210/14 vs ANA28:0110/11 vs MTL24 times310/11 vs MTL+12 times2013-14: Appeared in 19 games for the Flyers following his acquisition from NYI on February 4, recording four assists Appeared in his 300th NHLgame on March 16 at PIT With NYI: Recorded a five-game assist streak (0G, 6A) from Dec. 29 - Jan. 6 Had consecutive two-assist games on Dec.31 at BOS and Jan. 2 vs. CHI Played a career-high 31:26 on Oct. 22 vs. VAN.#55: Nick Schultz (D) 6' 1", 203 lbs. / Aug 25, 1982 (32 years and 2 months)Drafted: by Minnesota, 2nd round (33rd overall) in 2000Acquired: Signed as a free agent, July 2, 201413th NHL / 1st PHI SeasonLast Goal: APR 8, 2013 @ ANAHEIM (90)Last Assist: OCT 28, 2014 vs LOS ANGELES (4)Career Shootouts: 0/0 (0%), 0 GDGGP G-A-P +/- PIMSeason 12 0-3-3 6 8Career 892 27-122-149 -14 392Career vs. Opp 63 2-12-14 -4 20Season Highs: G A P PIM TOI Shots Hits +/-012 times13 times13 times24 times23:3710/11 vs MTL22 times310/25 vs DET+310/22 vs PIT2013-14: Appeared in nine games for CBJ, recording one assisttraded by EDM to CBJ on March 5, 2014Played 60 games for Edmonton, recording4 assists.#76: Chris VandeVelde (C) 6' 2", 190 lbs. / Mar 15, 1987 (27 years and 7 months)Drafted: N/AAcquired: Signed as a free agent, Dec. 12, 2013.Last Goal: OCT 28, 2014 vs LOS ANGELES (4)Last Assist: NOV 4, 2014 vs EDMONTON (1)Career Shootouts: 0/0 (0%), 0 GDGGP G-A-P +/- PIMSeason 9 1-2-3 -3 6Career 55 2-5-7 -13 30Career vs. Opp 3 0-0-0 -3 2Season Highs: G A P PIM TOI Shots Hits +/-110/28 vs LAK12 times13 times23 times14:2511/6 vs FLA32 times42 times+12 times2014-15: Scored on Oct. 28 vs. Los Angeles, his first goal as a Flyer and his first NHL goal since March 25, 2012 when he scored for Edmonton vs.Columbus. 2013-14: signed an American Hockey League contract with the Phantoms this past summer... came to the Flyers organization after spending threeseasons playing for the Edmonton Oilers organization, splitting his time between Edmonton and their AHL affiliate in Oklahoma City, where he helpedthe Barons reach the Western Conference Finals in two consecutive seasons.#78: Pierre-Edouard Bellemare (L) 6' 0", 198 lbs. / Mar 6, 1985 (29 years and 8 months)Drafted: N/AAcquired: Signed as a free agent, June 11, 20141st NHL / 1st PHI SeasonLast Goal: NOV 6, 2014 vs FLORIDALast Assist: OCT 30, 2014 @ TAMPA BAY (3)Career Shootouts: 0/0 (0%), 0 GDGGP G-A-P +/- PIMSeason 13 3-1-4 4 2Career 13 3-1-4 4 2Career vs. Opp - ----- - -Season Highs: G A P PIM TOI Shots Hits +/-13 times110/30 vs TBL14 times210/9 vs NJD16:4610/14 vs ANA510/22 vs PIT32 times+14 times2013-14: At the IIHF World Championships, led France in assists (5) and finished third on the team in points with 8... Also scored the shootout winnerwhen France upset Canada in the preliminary round... led France to the quarterfinal round... recorded 35 points (20G, 15A) in 52 games with Skelleftea,then went on to record 14 points (9G, 5A) in 14 playoff games en route to a second consecutive SHL championship. #93: Jakub Voracek (R) 6' 2", 214 lbs. / Aug 15, 1989 (25 years and 2 months)Drafted: by Columbus, 1st round (7th overall) in 2007Acquired: from Columbus with a 1st rounder and 3rd rounder in 2011 for Jeff Carter,June 23, 2011.7th NHL / 4th PHI SeasonLast Goal: NOV 6, 2014 vs FLORIDALast Assist: NOV 1, 2014 @ FLORIDA (2)Career Shootouts: 3/15 (20%), 2 GDGGP G-A-P +/- PIMSeason 13 6-13-19 4 4Career 462 108-202-310 20 189Career vs. Opp 15 3-5-8 -3 4Season Highs: G A P PIM TOI Shots Hits +/-211/4 vs EDM24 times310/18 vs DAL22 times22:3511/1 vs FLA710/14 vs ANA310/22 vs PIT+211/4 vs EDM2014-15: Became the first Flyer in three years (Pronger, 2011) to record at least a point in each of the teams first five games of the season Recordeda three-point night (1G, 2A) in a 6-5 OTW at Dallas on Oct. 18. 2013-14: Finished 2nd on the team in points (62), 3rd in goals (23), 2nd in assists (39) Appeared in all 82 games Played his 200th game as a Flyeron March 30 vs. BOS Registered his 100th NHL goal on March 26 at NYR Won the Yanick Dupre Class Guy Memorial AwardRecorded a career-high nine-game scoring streak (6-9-15) from Dec. 9-28 Reached his 400th game in the NHL on Dec. 15 at WSH.UPCOMING GAMES (times Mountain) Sat, Nov. 8 at Philadelphia - 5:00 p.m. (Altitude) Tue, Nov. 11 at NY Islanders - 5:00 p.m. (Altitude) Thu, Nov. 13 at NY Rangers - 5:00 p.m. (Altitude) LAST GAME (Nov. 6) - Toronto 3 at Colorado 4 in shootout Matt Duchene and Alex Tanguay both scored in regulation and added shootout goals as the Colorado Avalanche beat the TorontoMaple Leafs 4-3 at Pepsi Center. Nathan MacKinnon also scored in the shootout, as the Avs went 3-for-3 in the tiebreaker. NickHolden had the other goal in regulation and Reto Berra made 33 saves. The Avs saw their streak of 29 consecutive penalty kills come to an end on Tyler Bozaks power-play goalIt was the clubs longest single-season streak since 1998-99, when the Avs killed off 35 straight from Oct. 31 to Nov. 17, 1998. The Avalanches 19 shots in the first period were the clubs most in a single period this season. Nick Holden scored the fastest goal to begin a game by an Avalanche player this season, lighting the lamp 31 seconds into the opening frame. Ryan OReilly tallied his 200th career point. Max Talbot appeared in his 600th NHL game. Alex Tanguay scored his team-leading fifth goal of the season. Nathan MacKinnon won 11-of-14 (79%) draws, a career high for faceoff wins. CURRENT INJURIES Patrick Bordeleau (back). Out indefinitely. Brad Stuart (hamstring). Out indefinitely. Ryan Wilson (shoulder). Out 2-3 weeks. Jesse Winchester (head). Out indefinitely. RECENT TRANSACTIONS Oct. 30 - Dennis Everberg recalled from Lake Erie (AHL). AVS OPEN FOUR-GAME TRIP TONIGHT IN PHILADELPHIA The Colorado Avalanche opens a four-game, East Coast road trip tonight in Philadelphia against the Flyers. This four-game, nine-dayjourney will include stops in Philly, Long Island, New York and New Jersey. AVALANCHE & FLYERS Tonight is the first of two meetings between the Avalanche and Flyers this season and Colorado's only trip to Philadelphia. The Flyerswill make their one trip to Denver on New Year's Eve. The Avs are 8-3-0 in their last 11 meetings with the Flyers. Colorado hasdropped its last three trips here to Philly (last win in this city was Jan. 14, 2006). On the flip side, the Avs have won six consecutivehome games against Philadelphia (last Flyers win in Denver was Dec. 27, 2002, 2-1 in OT). Record vs. Philadelphia: --- Home: --- Road: --- All-time Record vs. Philadelphia: 28-34-16 Home Record: 17-10-13 Road Record: 11-24-3 Record Since Moving To Denver: 14-5-6 2013-14 Record: 1-1-0 (0-1 on the road) - Daniel Briere played six seasons with the Flyers and helped Philadelphia to the 2010 Stanley Cup Final. Briere led all NHL scorerswith 30 points (12g/18a) in 23 games during that playoff run. - Max Talbot spent parts of three seasons with the Flyers. He had a career-high 19 goals and 34 points with Philly in 2011-12. - Nate Guenin began his NHL career with the Flyers, appearing in 12 games over parts of three seasons from 2006-09. Colorado Avalanche: Media NotesPK ON A ROLL The Avs saw their streak of 29 consecutive penalty kills come to an end on Thursday night against Toronto. It was the clubs longestsingle-season streak since 1998-99, when the Avs killed off 35 straight from Oct. 31 to Nov. 17, 1998. Heading into the weekend,Colorado ranked second in the league in penalty killing at 91.5% (54/59). The Avs have allowed only one PPG in their last eightgames, killing 30-of-31 short-handed situations (96.8%). IGINLA CONTINUES TO CLIMB ALL-TIME LISTS Jarome Iginla scored his 561st and 562nd career goals on Oct. 24, passing Guy Lafleur (560) and Mike Modano (561) for 23rd place onthe NHL's all-time goals list. He is now two shy of tying Mats Sundin and Joe Nieuwendyk for 21st. Iginla passed Bobby Hull (1,170)for sole possession of 49th place on the NHLs all-time points list with an assist on Oct. 21. Iginla has 562 goals and 614 assists for1,176 points in 1,325 career games. Only Jaromir Jagr has more goals among active players and only Jagr and Joe Thornton havemore points. Iginla has twice finished runner-up for the Hart Trophy (2002, 2004), which included finishing second in the closest votingever in 2001-02. He won the Maurice Rocket Richard Trophy as the NHLs leading goal scorer in both 2002 and 2004 and capturedthe 2002 Art Ross Trophy as the leagues scoring leader. Iginla was named to the NHLs First All-Star Team in 2001-02, 2007-08 and2008-09, and the NHLs Second All-Star Team in 2003-04. He was selected to the NHL All-Rookie Team and was a finalist for theCalder Trophy in 1996-97. ALL-TIME GOAL LEADERS (No. 21-25) 21. Mats Sundin 564 Joe Nieuwendyk 564 23. Jarome Iginla 562 24. Mike Modano 561 25. Guy Lafleur 560 MOST GOALS, ACTIVE PLAYERS Jaromir Jagr 707 Jarome Iginla 562 Marian Hossa 466 MOST POINTS, ALL-TIME (No. 46-50) 46. Dino Ciccarelli 1200 47. Rod BrindAmour 1184 48. Sergei Fedorov 1179 49. Jarome Iginla 1176 50. Bobby Hull 1170 MOST POINTS, ACTIVE PLAYERS Jaromir Jagr 1764 Joe Thornton 1205 Jarome Iginla 1176 SAVING GRACE Semyon Varlamov stopped 89-of-91 shots (.978%) over a two-game stretch from Oct. 28-30, the most saves ever by an Avalanchegoaltender over a two-game span. Only two goalies in franchise history, Quebec's Ron Tugnutt and Jacques Cloutier, ever stoppedmore shots in a two-game stretch. MOST SAVES IN TWO-GAME SPAN, FRANCHISE HISTORY 98 Ron Tugnutt March 21-23, 1991 91 Jacques Cloutier Feb. 20-23, 1991 89 Semyon Varlamov Oct. 28-30, 2014 87 Scott Gordon Jan. 31-Feb. 4, 1990 87 Patrick Roy March 25-26, 1997 Varlamov made 49 saves in a shootout loss to San Jose on Oct. 28, falling one shy of his career-best of 50 saves set Feb. 16, 2013at Edmonton. Varlamov's 49 stops tied the franchise record for most saves in a HOME game. Scott Gordon made 49 saves forQuebec at the Colisee on Feb. 4, 1990 vs. Boston. Varlamov stopped all 40 shots in a 5-0 victory over the Islanders on Oct. 30 for his first shutout of the season. It was Varlamovs 14thcareer shutout and 10th as a member of the Avalanche, moving him into sole possession of third place on the franchises all-time listbehind Patrick Roy (37) and David Aebischer (13). Varlamovs 40 saves were his most-ever in a shutout, topping his previous highof 34 stops in a 1-0 overtime win against the Predators on March 30, 2013 at Pepsi Center. Varlamovs effort was the first 40-saveshutout by an Avalanche goaltender since Nov. 15, 2000, when Roy made 41 stops in a 3-0 win at Anaheim. In fact, Varly posted justthe fourth 40-plus save shutout in Avalanche history (since 1995-96). MOST SAVES IN A SHUTOUT, AVALANCHE HISTORY (Since 1995-96) Goaltender Sv Date, Opponent Score Patrick Roy 46 March 25, 1997 at Hartford 4-0 Patrick Roy 41 Nov. 15, 2000 at Anaheim 3-0 Craig Billington 40 Oct. 28, 1996 vs. Washington 1-0 Semyon Varlamov 40 Oct. 30, 2014 vs. NY Islanders 5-0 BRIERE TALLIES 300TH IN DRAMATIC FASHION Daniel Briere scored his 300th NHL goal on Oct. 13 at Boston, lighting the lamp with under a second left in regulation to give theAvalanche a 2-1 victory. Briere became the first player in Avalanche/Nordiques history to score a game-winning goal with one secondleft in regulation. Prior to that, Colorado's latest game-winning goal was scored at 19:52 of the third period a mark set by Jan Hejdaon April 13, 2013 vs. Vancouver. Brieres goal was only the fourth last-second tiebreaking goal (in regulation) over the last eightseasons. The other buzzer beaters since 2007-08: Brad Richards (Dec. 17, 2011 at Phoenix), Drew Doughty (Feb. 1, 2012 vs.Columbus) and David Krejci (Oct. 24, 2013 vs. San Jose). Briere became the 16th active player to reach the 300-goal milestone. MAC SURPASSES 1,000 PIM Cody McLeod surpassed 1,000 career penalty minutes on Oct. 24 vs. Vancouver. He became the first player in Avalanche history andsixth in franchise history to reach 1,000 PIM. CENTRAL DIVISION CHAMPS The Avalanche tied their franchise record with 52 wins and posted their-second highest point total ever (112) en route to winning theCentral Division title in 2013-14. Colorado finished 52-22-8, exactly 26-11-4 at home (56 points) and 26-11-4 on the road (56 points). The Avs set a franchise mark for road wins on their way to finishing with the best road record in the NHL. The Avs won their ninthdivision championship since moving to Denver, their first since 2002-03. It marked Colorado/Quebecs 11th division title in franchisehistory, which includes an NHL-record streak of nine consecutive division crowns from 1995 to 2003. AWARD-WINNING SEASON The Avalanche took home three individual trophies at the 2014 NHL Awards Show in Las Vegas on June 24. Nathan MacKinnon wonthe Calder Trophy as the leagues top rookie, Ryan OReilly won the Lady Byng Trophy for sportsmanship and gentlemanly conduct,while Patrick Roy won the Jack Adams Award as the coach of the year. The Avs and Boston Bruins were the only teams to producethree winners. Semyon Varlamov was a finalist for the Vezina Trophy, making Colorado one of only two teams with four awardsfinalists (Tampa Bay was the other). SEASON INJURY LIST PLAYER GAMES NATURE & DATES Reto Berra 1 neck (Oct. 18) Patrick Bordeleau 15 back (Oct. 9 - present) John Mitchell 4 head (Oct. 9-14) Brad Stuart 1 hamstring (Nov. 6 - present) Semyon Varlamov 3 groin (Oct. 16-21) Ryan Wilson 9 head (Oct. 14) shoulder (8 games, Oct. 24 - present) Jesse Winchester 15 head (Oct. 9 - present) TOTALS 48 Colorado Avalanche: Game By Game Summary* = Overtime, ** = Shootout, + = Sellout# Date Team W-L-OT Record GF-GA Scorers W Goal PP PK SF-SA W-L Gltdr. Attend.1 10/09/2014 @ Minnesota Wild L 00-01-00 0-5 29 0-4 2-2 16-48 35 / 1 19098+2 10/11/2014 Minnesota Wild L 00-02-00 0-3 3 0-3 6-6 30-34 35 / 1 18139+3 10/13/2014 @ Boston Bruins W 01-02-00 2-1 11,48 48 0-3 2-3 30-28 20 / 72 17565+4 10/14/2014 @ Toronto Maple Leafs O* 01-02-01 2-3 90,9 81 0-3 5-5 24-40 34 / 1 187545 10/16/2014 @ Ottawa Senators L 01-03-01 3-5 40,7s,92p 16 1-5 6-7 31-28 41 / 31 19913+6 10/18/2014 @ Montral Canadiens L 01-04-01 2-3 40,9 76 0-4 2-3 34-36 31 / 31 21287+7 10/21/2014 Florida Panthers O* 01-04-02 3-4 4p,92p,40 24 2-5 1-2 33-36 1 / 20 144408 10/24/2014 Vancouver Canucks W 02-04-02 7-3 12,11,6p,48,9,92,12 48 1-4 3-3 48-29 1 / 31 171199 10/26/2014 @ Winnipeg Jets O* 02-04-03 1-2 11p 18 1-4 4-4 23-28 31 / 1 15016+10 10/28/2014 San Jose Sharks O** 02-04-04 2-3 40s,92 12 0-3 4-4 33-51 31 / 1 1455211 10/30/2014 New York Islanders W 03-04-04 5-0 55,29p,24,29,6 55 1-2 6-6 23-40 1 / 30 1289212 11/01/2014 @ St. Louis Blues O** 03-04-05 2-3 90p,29p 10 2-4 3-3 29-29 1 / 1 1749813 11/02/2014 Anaheim Ducks L 03-05-05 2-3 45,29 4 0-3 5-5 18-33 30 / 1 1531014 11/04/2014 Vancouver Canucks L 03-06-05 2-5 7,11 13 0-5 4-4 22-37 30 / 1 1322115 11/06/2014 Toronto Maple Leafs W** 04-06-05 4-3 2,40,9 9 0-3 1-2 34-38 20 / 45 1503616 11/08/2014 @ Philadelphia Flyers17 11/11/2014 @ New York Islanders18 11/13/2014 @ New York Rangers19 11/15/2014 @ New Jersey Devils20 11/20/2014 Washington Capitals21 11/22/2014 Carolina Hurricanes22 11/25/2014 @ Arizona Coyotes23 11/26/2014 Chicago Blackhawks24 11/29/2014 Dallas Stars25 12/01/2014 Montral Canadiens26 12/04/2014 @ Calgary Flames27 12/05/2014 @ Winnipeg Jets28 12/09/2014 Nashville Predators29 12/11/2014 Winnipeg Jets30 12/13/2014 St. Louis Blues31 12/18/2014 @ Pittsburgh Penguins32 12/20/2014 @ Buffalo Sabres33 12/21/2014 @ Detroit Red Wings34 12/23/2014 St. Louis Blues35 12/27/2014 Chicago Blackhawks36 12/29/2014 @ St. Louis Blues37 12/31/2014 Philadelphia Flyers38 01/02/2015 Edmonton Oilers39 01/04/2015 Columbus Blue Jackets40 01/06/2015 @ Chicago Blackhawks41 01/08/2015 Ottawa Senators42 01/10/2015 Dallas Stars43 01/12/2015 @ Washington Capitals44 01/13/2015 @ Carolina Hurricanes45 01/15/2015 @ Florida Panthers46 01/17/2015 @ Tampa Bay Lightning47 01/19/2015 @ St. Louis Blues48 01/21/2015 Boston Bruins49 01/27/2015 @ Nashville Predators50 01/30/2015 Nashville Predators51 02/03/2015 @ Dallas Stars52 02/05/2015 Detroit Red Wings53 02/07/2015 @ Minnesota Wild54 02/08/2015 @ Winnipeg Jets55 02/12/2015 New York Rangers56 02/14/2015 Dallas Stars57 02/16/2015 Arizona Coyotes58 02/18/2015 Los Angeles Kings59 02/20/2015 @ Chicago Blackhawks60 02/22/2015 Tampa Bay Lightning61 02/24/2015 @ Nashville Predators62 02/27/2015 @ Dallas Stars63 02/28/2015 Minnesota Wild64 03/04/2015 Pittsburgh Penguins65 03/07/2015 @ Columbus Blue Jackets66 03/08/2015 @ Minnesota Wild67 03/10/2015 Los Angeles Kings68 03/12/2015 New Jersey Devils69 03/14/2015 Calgary Flames70 03/19/2015 @ Arizona Coyotes71 03/20/2015 @ Anaheim Ducks72 03/23/2015 @ Calgary Flames73 03/25/2015 @ Edmonton Oilers74 03/26/2015 @ Vancouver Canucks75 03/28/2015 Buffalo Sabres76 03/30/2015 Edmonton Oilers77 04/01/2015 @ San Jose Sharks78 04/03/2015 @ Anaheim Ducks79 04/04/2015 @ Los Angeles Kings80 04/07/2015 Nashville Predators81 04/09/2015 Winnipeg Jets82 04/11/2015 Chicago BlackhawksColorado Avalanche: Player Game By Game SummarySkaters: Goals-Assists (Game Winning or Game Tying), Shots / (+/-), TOI Goalies: Goals Allowed/Shots, Decision, Minutes PlayedDate Opp. HOLDEN# 2BARRIE# 4GUENIN# 5JOHNSON# 6MITCHELL# 7HEJDA# 8DUCHENE# 9Oct 9 @ MIN 0-0,2/-2 20:02 0-0,2/-3 21:06 0-0,0/-1 14:49 0-0,0/-1 22:50 0-0,1/-1 17:09 0-0,1/0 19:56Oct 11 Vs MIN 0-0,2/-1 24:57 0-0,4/-1 23:12 DNP 0-0,1/0 07:02 0-0,0/0 20:49 0-0,3/0 18:13Oct 13 @ BOS 0-0,2/0 21:14 0-1,4/1 22:50 DNP 0-0,1/1 24:56 0-1,2/2 22:00 0-1,3/1 17:19Oct 14 @ TOR 0-0,0/0 22:08 0-0,1/-1 16:55 0-0,1/-1 17:29 0-1,3/1 26:27 0-0,0/-1 17:51 1-0,3/-1 19:17Oct 16 @ OTT 0-0,0/-1 20:47 0-0,2/-2 19:23 0-0,3/1 16:33 0-0,3/-2 24:23 1-0,2/-1 13:02 0-0,0/0 17:01 0-0,2/-1 16:36Oct 18 @ MTL 0-0,1/-1 18:54 0-1,0/1 24:25 0-0,1/0 12:13 0-0,2/1 27:39 0-1,0/1 12:43 0-0,0/0 16:13 1-0,10/0 20:51Oct 21 Vs FLA 0-1,1/-2 18:11 1-0,2/-1 21:08 DNP 0-0,3/0 27:20 0-0,0/-1 15:25 0-0,2/0 24:33 0-1,3/0 22:03Oct 24 Vs VAN 0-1,1/1 19:44 0-3,2/-1 22:15 DNP 1-1,3/2 18:55 0-0,2/0 11:45 0-1,2/2 16:55 1-2,6/2 19:19Oct 26 @ WPG 0-0,0/0 22:38 0-1,3/-1 22:32 DNP 0-0,1/-1 16:47 0-0,0/0 14:12 0-0,0/-2 22:34 0-0,1/-2 18:30Oct 28 Vs SJS 0-0,0/-1 23:41 0-0,2/0 19:42 DNP 0-1,5/1 26:00 0-0,1/-1 13:52 0-2,2/0 24:27 0-0,3/0 22:43Oct 30 Vs NYI 0-0,0/1 23:01 0-0,0/2 15:13 0-0,0/1 16:51 1-1,4/2 20:20 0-0,2/0 11:33 0-0,2/2 20:19 0-2,0/2 15:19Nov 1 @ STL 0-0,1/-2 22:31 0-0,1/0 19:51 0-0,0/0 14:49 0-2,4/0 25:58 0-0,1/0 13:19 0-0,0/0 23:50 0-0,2/-2 19:03Nov 2 Vs ANA 0-0,1/0 19:46 0-1,1/1 20:18 0-1,0/0 12:33 0-0,1/-2 23:19 0-1,0/1 15:18 0-0,0/-1 21:30 0-0,1/-1 18:58Nov 4 Vs VAN 0-0,1/-2 24:13 0-0,1/-3 16:44 0-0,0/-1 18:30 0-1,1/1 24:36 1-0,2/0 12:04 0-0,0/-1 22:14 0-0,1/0 17:56Nov 6 Vs TOR 1-0,1/1 21:12 0-1,1/0 20:08 0-0,1/-1 15:29 0-0,2/0 25:26 0-0,0/1 15:02 0-0,1/0 23:40 1-0,5/0 20:45Date Opp. MCGINN# 11IGINLA# 12STUART# 17REDMOND# 22CLICHE# 24TALBOT# 25MACKINNON# 29Oct 9 @ MIN 0-0,0/-3 12:30 0-0,0/0 18:11 0-0,1/-2 20:25 0-0,1/-1 10:39 0-0,0/-3 12:34 0-0,0/-2 16:02Oct 11 Vs MIN 0-0,0/-1 12:56 0-0,2/0 15:41 0-0,0/-2 23:11 0-0,0/0 10:03 0-0,1/0 10:54 0-0,4/-1 16:34Oct 13 @ BOS 1-0,3/1 13:10 0-0,0/1 17:17 0-0,1/0 20:34 0-0,0/0 10:01 0-0,0/0 09:26 0-1,2/1 18:10Oct 14 @ TOR 0-1,0/0 13:21 0-2,1/1 18:33 0-0,0/0 19:18 0-0,2/0 10:23 0-0,0/0 10:48 0-0,2/-1 13:20Oct 16 @ OTT 0-0,1/-3 14:55 0-0,2/-2 16:21 0-0,0/0 17:55 DNP 0-0,3/0 11:29 0-2,7/0 15:46Oct 18 @ MTL 0-0,2/0 17:55 0-1,4/0 19:56 0-0,0/0 16:39 0-0,1/0 08:55 0-0,2/1 11:29 0-0,3/-1 16:28Oct 21 Vs FLA 0-0,4/-1 14:49 0-1,0/0 20:00 0-0,1/0 20:38 0-0,0/0 08:49 0-0,0/0 11:36 0-0,1/-1 17:09Oct 24 Vs VAN 1-0,4/2 15:54 2-1,5/3 19:43 0-0,3/2 25:16 0-1,2/0 12:18 0-1,2/1 10:58 0-0,1/1 16:37 0-1,4/-1 15:38Oct 26 @ WPG 1-0,1/0 15:01 0-0,5/-1 18:44 0-0,0/0 21:15 0-0,1/0 20:50 0-0,2/0 11:23 0-0,1/0 16:28 0-0,1/0 14:49Oct 28 Vs SJS 0-0,0/0 14:45 0-0,4/0 17:14 0-0,0/0 18:43 0-0,2/0 14:49 0-0,0/1 08:48 0-0,1/-1 14:18 0-0,4/0 17:47Oct 30 Vs NYI 0-1,0/1 14:06 0-1,2/1 13:32 0-0,0/0 23:38 DNP 1-0,2/1 13:40 0-2,1/2 15:46 2-0,4/1 14:51Nov 1 @ STL 0-0,1/0 16:22 0-0,1/0 17:54 0-0,0/-2 20:06 DNP 0-0,0/0 10:57 0-0,0/0 12:05 1-1,4/0 17:06Nov 2 Vs ANA 0-0,2/-1 14:55 0-0,0/-1 15:38 0-0,2/0 20:27 DNP 0-0,0/-1 08:20 0-0,0/0 07:38 1-0,3/0 18:29Nov 4 Vs VAN 1-0,4/-1 15:11 0-1,0/-2 17:02 0-0,0/0 10:19 DNP 0-0,1/-1 07:56 0-0,0/-1 09:38 0-0,4/-1 18:38Nov 6 Vs TOR 0-0,3/0 17:00 0-0,6/0 19:17 INJ 0-1,0/2 18:31 0-0,1/0 09:33 0-0,0/0 10:29 0-1,5/0 18:44Date Opp. TANGUAY# 40WILSON# 44EVERBERG# 45BRIERE# 48MCLEOD# 55O'REILLY# 90LANDESKOG# 92Oct 9 @ MIN 0-0,1/-1 16:54 0-0,3/0 07:56 0-0,1/-2 14:57 0-0,1/0 10:20 0-0,2/-1 19:14 0-0,0/-1 16:26Oct 11 Vs MIN 0-0,1/-2 15:59 0-0,2/-2 18:39 0-0,0/-1 07:42 0-0,1/-2 13:49 0-0,1/0 10:50 0-0,6/-2 18:01 0-0,2/-1 17:20Oct 13 @ BOS 0-0,1/1 19:38 0-0,0/0 06:07 0-0,2/0 12:42 1-0(W),4/1 17:57 0-0,2/0 07:51 0-0,2/0 16:35 0-0,1/0 16:52Oct 14 @ TOR 0-0,1/0 14:15 INJ 0-0,3/-1 13:03 0-0,0/0 13:04 0-0,0/0 10:26 1-0,4/0 20:12 0-0,3/0 15:26Oct 16 @ OTT 1-0,2/1 17:25 DNP 0-0,0/0 08:48 0-1,1/1 11:14 0-0,0/0 11:49 0-1,1/-1 18:31 1-0,2/-1 16:00Oct 18 @ MTL 1-0,5/1 18:00 DNP MIN 0-0,0/0 08:46 0-0,1/-1 09:09 0-0,1/-1 18:50 0-0,1/0 17:32Oct 21 Vs FLA 1-0,2/0 18:44 0-0,1/-1 08:51 MIN 0-0,2/-1 09:49 0-0,1/0 09:44 0-2,5/-1 19:07 1-0,5/-1 18:40Oct 24 Vs VAN 0-1,2/0 18:14 INJ MIN 1-0(W),2/1 06:35 0-0,1/2 07:57 0-1,2/-1 18:17 1-0,4/-1 17:40Oct 26 @ WPG 0-1,1/-1 20:54 INJ MIN 0-0,1/0 08:31 0-0,0/0 09:54 0-0,2/-1 17:17 0-0,3/0 18:08Oct 28 Vs SJS 1-0,1/0 18:10 INJ MIN 0-0,1/0 06:31 0-0,0/-1 07:56 0-1,2/0 23:23 1-0,5/1 19:26Oct 30 Vs NYI 0-0,0/0 14:19 INJ 0-0,2/0 11:54 DNP 1-1(W),1/2 10:56 0-0,0/1 15:29 0-1,3/0 15:13Nov 1 @ STL 0-0,1/0 18:32 INJ 0-0,2/0 10:26 DNP 0-0,2/0 11:39 1-1,6/-2 19:51 0-0,3/-2 19:45Nov 2 Vs ANA 0-0,0/1 19:04 INJ 1-0,2/1 14:01 DNP 0-0,0/0 07:27 0-0,2/-1 18:12 0-0,3/-1 18:28Nov 4 Vs VAN 0-1,0/0 17:52 INJ 0-1,1/0 12:03 DNP 0-0,0/-1 08:02 0-0,1/-1 17:53 0-0,5/-1 21:09Nov 6 Vs TOR 1-0,5/1 19:19 INJ 0-0,0/1 13:27 DNP 0-0,0/0 09:10 0-1,2/0 18:41 0-1,1/0 20:13Date Opp. VARLAMOV# 1BERRA# 20PICKARD# 31AITTOKALLIO# 74Oct 9 @ MIN 5/38 L 40:00 0/10 20:00Oct 11 Vs MIN 2/33 L 57:08 DNDOct 13 @ BOS DND 1/28 W 59:45Oct 14 @ TOR 3/40 O 60:34 DNDOct 16 @ OTT INJ 0/0 02:46 4/27 L 56:36Oct 18 @ MTL INJ INJ 3/36 L 58:00 DNDOct 21 Vs FLA INJ 4/36 O 62:22 DND DNPOct 24 Vs VAN 3/29 W 60:00 DND MIN MINOct 26 @ WPG 2/28 O 64:28 DND MIN MINOct 28 Vs SJS 2/51 O 64:45 DND MIN MINOct 30 Vs NYI 0/40 W 60:00 DND MIN MINNov 1 @ STL 2/29 O 64:56 DND MIN MINNov 2 Vs ANA 3/33 L 57:18 DND MIN MINNov 4 Vs VAN 5/37 L 60:00 DND MIN MINNov 6 Vs TOR DND 3/38 W 65:00 MIN MIN- Was named Head Coach/VP of Hockey Operations on May 23, 2013 and begins his second season in that role. - Won the 2014 Jack Adams Award after guiding the Avalanche to a 52-22-8 record (.683) and the Central Division title in his rookie seasonbehind the bench. - Helped Colorado match its franchise record for wins and post its second-highest point total ever (112). - Roys Avalanche also set a franchise mark with 26 road wins en route to compiling the best road record in the NHL at 26-11-4 (.683). - Colorado, which finished 29th in the league standings the year before, became the first club since the NHL expanded to 21 teams in 1979 togo from the bottom three to the top three in a single season. - Became the first coach in Avalanche history and second in franchise history to win the Jack Adams Award (Marc Crawford 1994-95). - Prior to joining the Avs, spent the previous eight seasons as head coach and GM of the Quebec Remparts (QMJHL). - Was inducted into the Hockey Hall of Fame in 2006. Colorado Avalanche: Head Coach and Player BiosHead Coach: Patrick Roy#1: Semyon Varlamov (G) 6' 2", 209 lbs. / Apr 27, 1988 (26 years and 6 months)sehm-YAWN vahr-LAW-mawvDrafted: Washington's 2nd choice (1st round, 23rd overall) in 2006 Entry DraftAcquired: Acquired from Washington in exchange for a 1st round pick in 2012and a conditional 2nd round pick in 2012, July 1, 2011Last Win: OCT 30, 2014 vs NY ISLANDERS (3)Last SO: OCT 30, 2014 vs NY ISLANDERS (3)Career Shootouts: 73/99 (.737), 18-13GP W-L-OT SO GAA SV%Season 10 2-4-4 1 2.75 .925Career 220 110-76-28 14 2.56 .917Career vs. Opp 4 1-1-1 0 2.81 .919Season Highs: Shots Saves51514910/28 vs SJS- Has started 10 games this season.- Stopped all 40 shots in a 5-0 victory over the Islanders on Oct. 30 at Pepsi Center, recording his most saves ever in a shutout.- Varlamovs effort was the first 40-save shutout by an Avalanche goaltender since Nov. 15, 2000, when Patrick Roy made 41 stops in a 3-0 winat Anaheim.- Made 49 saves on Oct. 28 vs. San Jose, one shy of his career high.- Varly's 49 stops tied the franchise record for most saves in a home game (Scott Gordon, Feb. 4, 1990 vs. Boston).- Stopped 22-of-23 shots in the first period, tying his career high for saves in a single period.- Missed three games due to a groin injury, Oct. 16-21.- Was placed on Injured Reserve, Oct. 16 (retroactive to Oct. 14) and activated on Oct. 23.- Made his 200th career start on Oct. 11 vs. Minnesota.- Named to the NHLs Second All-Star Team and was a finalist for the Vezina Trophy last season.#20: Reto Berra (G) 6' 4", 210 lbs. / Jan 3, 1987 (27 years and 10 months)REH-to BAIR-uhDrafted: St. Louis' 6th choice (4th round, 106th overall) in 2006 Entry DraftAcquired: Acquired from Calgary for a 2nd round selection in 2014 NHL Draft,March 5, 2014Last Win: NOV 6, 2014 vs TORONTOLast SO: -Career Shootouts: 17/23 (.739), 5-0GP W-L-OT SO GAA SV%Season 5 2-0-1 0 2.29 .929Career 36 11-18-4 0 2.98 .897Career vs. Opp 2 0-2-0 0 2.58 .884Season Highs: Shots Saves38383511/6 vs TOR- Has made four starts and appeared once in relief.- Left early in the first period on Oct. 16 at Ottawa due to injury (neck), forcing him to sit out on Oct. 18 at Montreal.- Earned a 2-1 victory in his first start of the season on Oct. 13 at Boston, stopping 27-of-28 shots.- Is beginning his second NHL season.- Appeared in 31 combined games between the Avalanche and Flames last season, posting a 9-18-3 record with a 3.07 goals-against averageand .893 save percentage.- Saw action in two games after joining Colorado, going 0-1-1 with a 5.83 GAA.- Represented Switzerland at the 2014 Olympic Winter Games in Sochi, Russia, posting an 0-1 record with a 1.02 GAA in one start.- Also competed for his nation at the 2014 IIHF World Championship in Belarus.#2: Nick Holden (D) 6' 4", 210 lbs. / May 15, 1987 (27 years and 5 months)Drafted: Signed by Columbus as a non-drafted free agent, March 28, 2008Acquired: Signed by Colorado as a free agent, July 5, 2013Last Goal: NOV 6, 2014 vs TORONTOLast Assist: OCT 24, 2014 vs VANCOUVER (7)Career Shootouts: 0/0 (0%), 0 GDGGP G-A-P +/- PIMSeason 15 1-2-3 -9 16Career 76 11-17-28 4 38Career vs. Opp 3 0-0-0 1 0Season Highs: G A P PIM TOI Shots Hits +/-111/6 vs TOR12 times13 times42 times24:5710/11 vs MIN23 times34 times+13 times- Scored the fastest goal to begin a game by an Avalanche player this season, lighting the lamp 31 seconds into the opening frame on Nov. 6 vs.Toronto.- Signed a three-year extension with the Avalanche on July 1, 2014.- Finished second among Avalanche defensemen with 10 goals while appearing in 54 games during his first full NHL season in 2013-14.- Ranked fourth among Colorado D-men in points (25) and assists (15).- Went on to lead all Avalanche defensemen with three goals and four points (3g/1a) in seven games during the postseason.- Was the first Colorado defender to score three goals in a single series since Rob Blake tallied five in the 2002 Western Conference Semifinal againstLos Angeles.#4: Tyson Barrie (D) 5' 10", 190 lbs. / Jul 26, 1991 (23 years and 3 months)Drafted: Colorado's 4th selection (3rd round, 64th overall) in 2009 Entry DraftLast Goal: OCT 21, 2014 vs FLORIDA (8)Last Assist: NOV 6, 2014 vs TORONTOCareer Shootouts: 1/2 (50%), 1 GDGGP G-A-P +/- PIMSeason 15 1-8-9 -8 8Career 121 16-44-60 -4 38Career vs. Opp 1 0-0-0 -1 0Season Highs: G A P PIM TOI Shots Hits +/-110/21 vs FLA310/24 vs VAN310/24 vs VAN24 times24:2510/18 vs MTL42 times22 times+210/30 vs NYI- Leads the Avalanche in assists (8).- Is tied for first among Colorado defensemen in scoring with nine points.- Had a four-game point streak, Oct. 18-26, one shy of his career long.- Tied his career high with three points (0g/3a) on Oct. 24 vs. Vancouver.- It marked his second career three-point effort, as he also had three assists on Feb. 8, 2014 at NY Islanders.- Led all Colorado defensemen with 13 goals last season, the most by an Avs blueliner since 2006-07 (John-Michael Liles - 14).- Scored three overtime goals last year, tying the single-season franchise record set by David Jones in 2010-11.- Was the first NHL defenseman to score three OT goals in one season since Atlantas Dustin Byfuglien in 2010-11.- Has scored four career overtime goals, the most by a blueliner in franchise history.#5: Nate Guenin (D) 6' 3", 207 lbs. / Dec 10, 1982 (31 years and 10 months)GEH-nihnDrafted: NY Rangers' 3rd choice (4th round, 127th overall) in 2002 Entry DraftAcquired: Signed by Colorado as a free agent, July 5, 2013Last Goal: FEB 28, 2014 vs PHOENIX (29)Last Assist: NOV 2, 2014 vs ANAHEIM (2)Career Shootouts: 0/0 (0%), 0 GDGGP G-A-P +/- PIMSeason 9 0-1-1 -2 2Career 109 3-11-14 4 62Career vs. Opp 3 0-0-0 1 2Season Highs: G A P PIM TOI Shots Hits +/-09 times111/2 vs ANA111/2 vs ANA210/16 vs OTT18:3011/4 vs VAN310/16 vs OTT410/30 vs NYI+12 times- Appeared in 68 games during his first full NHL season with the Avalanche in 2013-14, tallying nine points (1g/8a) with a +3 plus/minus rating.- Finished third on the Avalanche in blocked shots (128) and was second on the club in short-handed ice time at 2:48 per game.- Was nominated by the Colorado chapter of the Professional Hockey Writers Association for the Bill Masterton Memorial Trophy (perseverance,sportsmanship and dedication to hockey).#6: Erik Johnson (D) 6' 4", 232 lbs. / Mar 21, 1988 (26 years and 7 months)Drafted: St. Louis' 1st pick (1st round, 1st overall) in 2006 Entry DraftAcquired: Acquired from St. Louis, along with Jay McClement and a 1st round pick in2011, in exchange for Kevin Shattenkirk, Chris Stewart and a 2nd round choice in2011, Feb. 18, 2011Last Goal: OCT 30, 2014 vs NY ISLANDERS (4)Last Assist: NOV 4, 2014 vs VANCOUVER (1)Career Shootouts: 0/2 (0%), 0 GDGGP G-A-P +/- PIMSeason 15 2-7-9 3 21Career 424 38-141-179 -23 289Career vs. Opp 5 0-3-3 2 0Season Highs: G A P PIM TOI Shots Hits +/-12 times211/1 vs STL23 times1710/11 vs MIN27:3910/18 vs MTL510/28 vs SJS711/6 vs TOR+22 times- Leads the Avalanche in plus/minus (+3) and average ice time (22:47).- Is tied for first among Colorado defensemen in scoring with nine points (2g/7a).- Is in his seventh NHL season, his fifth with Colorado.- Led all Colorado defensemen with 39 points last year, tying his career high set in 2009-10 with St. Louis.- Also led all Avs defensemen with a career-high 30 assists.- Led the club in ice time at 23:00 per game, the first Avalanche player to average over 23 minutes a night since Kyle Quincey in 2009-10 (23:37).#7: John Mitchell (C) 6' 1", 204 lbs. / Jan 22, 1985 (29 years and 9 months)Drafted: Toronto's 4th choice (5th round, 158th overall) in 2003 Entry DraftAcquired: Signed by Colorado as a free agent, July 1, 2012Last Goal: NOV 4, 2014 vs VANCOUVER (1)Last Assist: NOV 2, 2014 vs ANAHEIM (2)Career Shootouts: 4/11 (36%), 2 GDGGP G-A-P +/- PIMSeason 11 2-2-4 0 8Career 355 48-79-127 -2 146Career vs. Opp 18 0-3-3 -5 6Season Highs: G A P PIM TOI Shots Hits +/-12 times12 times14 times610/26 vs WPG15:2510/21 vs FLA24 times510/28 vs SJS+13 times- Scored 1:15 into the first period on Nov. 4 vs. Vancouver.- Was activated from the Injured Non-Roster list on Oct. 16 and scored a short-handed goal in his season debut that night in Ottawa.- The goal was Mitchell's first career short-handed tally and marked the third time in as many seasons with Colorado that he's scored a goal in his firstgame of the year.- Began the season on the Injured Non-Roster list, forcing him to miss the first four games of the year.- Set career highs in assists (21) and points (32) while appearing in 75 games for Colorado last season.- His 11 goals were one shy of his career best set with Toronto in 2008-09.#8: Jan Hejda (D) 6' 4", 230 lbs. / Jun 18, 1978 (36 years and 4 months)YAHN HAY-dahDrafted: Buffalo's 4th choice (4th round, 106th overall) in 2003 Entry DraftAcquired: Signed as a free agent, July 1, 2011Last Goal: JAN 18, 2014 @ NASHVILLE (49)Last Assist: OCT 28, 2014 vs SAN JOSE (5)Career Shootouts: 0/0 (0%), 0 GDGGP G-A-P +/- PIMSeason 15 0-4-4 0 6Career 561 24-102-126 5 281Career vs. Opp 6 1-0-1 -2 4Season Highs: G A P PIM TOI Shots Hits +/-015 times210/28 vs SJS210/28 vs SJS23 times24:3310/21 vs FLA25 times710/14 vs TOR+23 times- Leads the team in hits (47) and ranks second in blocked shots (31).- Tied his career high with two assists/points on Oct. 28 vs. San Jose.- It marked his 12th career multi-point game and his ninth two-assist effort.- Recorded his 100th NHL assist on Oct. 24 vs. Vancouver.- Is beginning his ninth NHL season, his fourth with Colorado.- Set a career high with six goals and added 11 assists for 17 points in 78 games last season.#9: Matt Duchene (C) 5' 11", 200 lbs. / Jan 16, 1991 (23 years and 9 months)DOO-shaynDrafted: Colorado's 1st selection (1st round, 3rd overall) in 2009 Entry DraftLast Goal: NOV 6, 2014 vs TORONTOLast Assist: OCT 30, 2014 vs NY ISLANDERS (4)Career Shootouts: 11/31 (35%), 6 GDGGP G-A-P +/- PIMSeason 15 4-6-10 -2 6Career 352 109-164-273 -24 94Career vs. Opp 5 0-2-2 -3 2Season Highs: G A P PIM TOI Shots Hits +/-14 times22 times310/24 vs VAN23 times22:4310/28 vs SJS1010/18 vs MTL310/28 vs SJS+22 times- Is tied for first on the Avalanche in points (10).- Was Colorados leading scorer in the month of October with nine points (3g/6a) in 11 games.- Scored a goal and fired a career-high 10 shots on Oct. 18 at Montreal.- Duchene's 10 shots were the most by an Avalanche player in seven years, since Ryan Smyth had 11 on Oct. 16, 2007 vs. Calgary.- Is beginning his sixth NHL season.- Has either led or shared the team lead in scoring in three of his five NHL seasons, including each of the last two campaigns.- Led the Avalanche in scoring with a career-high 70 points (23g/47a) in 71 games last season.#11: Jamie McGinn (L) 6' 1", 210 lbs. / Aug 5, 1988 (26 years and 3 months)Drafted: San Jose's 2nd choice (2nd round, 36th overall) in 2006 Entry DraftAcquired: Acquired from San Jose, along with Mike Connolly and Michael Sgarbossa,in exchange for T.J. Galiardi, Daniel Winnik and a 7th round selection in the 2013Entry Draft, Feb. 27, 2012Last Goal: NOV 4, 2014 vs VANCOUVER (1)Last Assist: OCT 30, 2014 vs NY ISLANDERS (4)Career Shootouts: 0/1 (0%), 0 GDGGP G-A-P +/- PIMSeason 15 4-2-6 -6 2Career 362 69-59-128 -40 168Career vs. Opp 5 1-0-1 -1 0Season Highs: G A P PIM TOI Shots Hits +/-14 times12 times16 times210/14 vs TOR17:5510/18 vs MTL43 times511/2 vs ANA+210/24 vs VAN- Is tied for second on the Avalanche in goals (4).- Scored the Avalanches first goal of the season on Oct. 13 at Boston.- Beginning his seventh NHL season, his fourth with Colorado.- Set a career high in points (38), assists (19), game-winning goals (3), shots (167) and games played (79) last season.- His 19 goals fell one short of his personal best set in 2011-12#12: Jarome Iginla (R) 6' 1", 210 lbs. / Jul 1, 1977 (37 years and 4 months)Drafted: Dallas' 1st choice (1st round, 11th overall) in 1995 Entry DraftAcquired: Signed by Colorado as a free agent, July 1, 2014Last Goal: OCT 24, 2014 vs VANCOUVER (7)Last Assist: NOV 4, 2014 vs VANCOUVER (1)Career Shootouts: 10/42 (24%), 5 GDGGP G-A-P +/- PIMSeason 15 2-7-9 0 8Career 1325 562-614-1176 82 895Career vs. Opp 20 9-11-20 -2 22Season Highs: G A P PIM TOI Shots Hits +/-210/24 vs VAN210/14 vs TOR310/24 vs VAN410/14 vs TOR20:0010/21 vs FLA611/6 vs TOR53 times+310/24 vs VAN- Is tied for second on the Avalanche in assists (7) and tied for third in points (9).- Scored his 561st and 562nd career goals on Oct. 24 vs. Vancouver, passing Guy Lafleur (560) and Mike Modano (561) for 23rd place on the NHL's all-time goals list.- Passed Bobby Hull (1,170) for 49th place on the all-time scoring list on Oct. 21 vs. Florida.- Is in his 18th NHL season.- Has twice finished runner-up for the Hart Trophy (2002, 2004).- Won the Maurice Rocket Richard Trophy as the NHLs leading goal scorer in both 2002 and 2004.- Captured the 2002 Art Ross Trophy as the leagues scoring leader and also won the 2002 Lester B. Pearson Award (NHLPA MVP).- Was named to the NHLs First All-Star Team in 2001-02, 2007-08 and 2008-09, and the NHLs Second All-Star Team in 2003-04.- Was selected to the NHL All-Rookie Team and was a finalist for the Calder Trophy in 1996-97.#17: Brad Stuart (D) 6' 2", 215 lbs. / Nov 6, 1979 (35 years)Drafted: San Jose's 1st choice (1st round, 3rd overall) in 1998 Entry DraftAcquired: Acquired from San Jose for a 2nd round selection in 2016 NHL Draft and6th round choice in 2017 NHL Draft, July 1, 2014Last Goal: DEC 3, 2013 @ TORONTO (54)Last Assist: APR 1, 2014 vs EDMONTON (19)Career Shootouts: 0/1 (0%), 0 GDGGP G-A-P +/- PIMSeason 14 0-0-0 -4 6Career 999 77-245-322 10 555Career vs. Opp 17 0-2-2 6 4Season Highs: G A P PIM TOI Shots Hits +/-014 times014 times014 times23 times25:1610/24 vs VAN310/24 vs VAN810/16 vs OTT+210/24 vs VAN - Left the game with a hamstring injury on Nov. 4 vs. Vancouver.- Needs one game to reach 1,000 for his NHL career.- Is in his 15th NHL season and his first with Colorado after being acquired from San Jose on July 1, 2014. - Has spent most of his career with San Jose but has also played for Boston, Calgary, Los Angeles and Detroit.- Helped the Red Wings capture the 2008 Stanley Cup championship.#18: Jesse Winchester (C) (*Injured) 6' 1", 205 lbs. / Oct 4, 1983 (31 years and 1 month)Drafted: Signed by Ottawa as an undrafted free agent, March 24, 2008Acquired: Signed by Colorado as a free agent, July 1, 2014Last Goal: MAR 7, 2014 vs BUFFALO (11)Last Assist: APR 8, 2014 vs PHILADELPHIA (2)Career Shootouts: 0/0 (0%), 0 GDGGP G-A-P +/- PIMSeason - ----- - -Career 285 20-50-70 -10 159Career vs. Opp 11 2-4-6 5 7Season Highs: G A P PIM TOI Shots Hits +/-- - - - - - - -- Has missed the first 15 games due to injury (head).- Was placed on Injured Reserve, Oct. 16 (retroactive to Sept. 30).- Is beginning his first season with Colorado after signing a two-year contract with the Avalanche on July 1, 2014.- Tallied 18 points (9g/9a) in 52 games for the Florida Panthers last season.- Has appeared in 285 career NHL games between the Panthers and Ottawa Senators, recording 70 points (20g/50a). #22: Zach Redmond (D) 6' 2", 205 lbs. / Jul 26, 1988 (26 years and 3 months)Drafted: Atlanta's 7th choice (7th round, 184th overall) in 2008 Entry DraftAcquired: Signed by Colorado as a free agent, July 1, 2014Last Goal: APR 3, 2014 vs PITTSBURGH (8)Last Assist: NOV 6, 2014 vs TORONTOCareer Shootouts: 0/0 (0%), 0 GDGGP G-A-P +/- PIMSeason 4 0-2-2 2 4Career 22 2-7-9 3 16Career vs. Opp 1 0-0-0 -1 2Season Highs: G A P PIM TOI Shots Hits +/-04 times12 times12 times22 times20:5010/26 vs WPG22 times310/24 vs VAN+211/6 vs TOR- Had an assist and was +2 on Nov. 6 vs. Toronto.- Made his Avalanche debut on Oct. 24 vs. Vancouver, recording an assist in 12:18 of ice time.- Begins his first season with Colorado after signing with the club on July 1, 2014. - Appeared in 18 games with the Winnipeg Jets over the last two seasons, tallying seven points (2g/5a).- Skated in 10 games for the Jets last year, tallying three points (1g/2a).- Spent most of the 2013-14 season with Winnipegs American Hockey League affiliate, the St. Johns IceCaps, where he recorded 25 points (6g/19a) in40 regular-season games and 14 points (2g/12a) in 21 playoff contests.#24: Marc-Andre Cliche (C) 6' 0", 202 lbs. / Mar 23, 1987 (27 years and 7 months)KLEESHDrafted: NY Rangers' 3rd choice (2nd round, 56th overall) in 2005 Entry DraftAcquired: Claimed by Colorado off waivers from Los Angeles, Sept. 22, 2013Last Goal: OCT 30, 2014 vs NY ISLANDERS (4)Last Assist: OCT 24, 2014 vs VANCOUVER (7)Career Shootouts: 0/0 (0%), 0 GDGGP G-A-P +/- PIMSeason 14 1-1-2 0 9Career 91 2-7-9 -10 26Career vs. Opp 2 0-0-0 0 0Season Highs: G A P PIM TOI Shots Hits +/-110/30 vs NYI110/24 vs VAN12 times510/21 vs FLA13:4010/30 vs NYI24 times211/6 vs TOR+13 times- Scored his first goal of the season and won 12-of-16 faceoffs (75%) on Oct. 30 vs. NY Islanders.- Logged his second career NHL fight on Oct. 21 vs. Florida (Derek MacKenzie).- Skated in 76 games for Colorado during his first full NHL season in 2013-14, recording seven points (1g/6a).#25: Maxime Talbot (C) 5' 11", 190 lbs. / Feb 11, 1984 (30 years and 8 months)Drafted: Pittsburgh's 9th choice (8th round, 234th overall) in 2002 Entry DraftAcquired: Acquired from Philadelphia in exchange for Steve Downie, Oct. 31, 2013Last Goal: MAR 18, 2014 @ MONTREAL (28)Last Assist: OCT 30, 2014 vs NY ISLANDERS (4)Career Shootouts: 0/0 (0%), 0 GDGGP G-A-P +/- PIMSeason 15 0-2-2 -1 8Career 600 84-97-181 -16 459Career vs. Opp 34 3-5-8 -5 27Season Highs: G A P PIM TOI Shots Hits +/-015 times210/30 vs NYI210/30 vs NYI410/16 vs OTT16:3710/24 vs VAN310/16 vs OTT410/18 vs MTL+210/30 vs NYI- Appeared in his 600th NHL game on Nov. 6 vs. Toronto.- Needs three assists to reach 100 career helpers.- Tied his career high with two assists/points and was +2 on Oct. 30 vs. NY Islanders.- Beginning his 10th NHL season.- Appeared in 70 games after joining the Avalanche last season, totaling 25 points (7g/18a) with a +4 rating.- Skated in 81 combined games between Colorado and Philadelphia, recording 27 points (8g/19a) with a +5 rating.- Talbots 19 assists were a career high, while his 27 combined points were the second-most of his career.#29: Nathan MacKinnon (C) 6' 0", 195 lbs. / Sep 1, 1995 (19 years and 2 months)Drafted: Colorado's 1st selection (1st round, 1st overall) in 2013 DraftLast Goal: NOV 2, 2014 vs ANAHEIM (2)Last Assist: NOV 6, 2014 vs TORONTOCareer Shootouts: 1/4 (25%), 0 GDGGP G-A-P +/- PIMSeason 15 4-6-10 -6 6Career 97 28-45-73 14 32Career vs. Opp 2 1-0-1 0 0Season Highs: G A P PIM TOI Shots Hits +/-210/30 vs NYI210/16 vs OTT23 times23 times18:4411/6 vs TOR710/16 vs OTT22 times+12 times- Is tied for first on the Avalanche in points (10) and also leads the club in shots (48).- Won 11-of-14 (79%) draws on Nov. 6 vs. Toronto, a career high for faceoff wins.- Had a three-game goal streak, Oct. 30 to Nov. 2, matching his career-long streak set Jan. 27 to Feb. 1, 2014- Tied his career high with two goals on Oct. 30 vs. Islanders, his fourth career multi-goal game.- Won the 2014 Calder Memorial Trophy.- Became the youngest player to ever win the Calder (18 years, 224 days on the final day of regular season).- Led all rookies in points (63), goals (24-tied), assists (39), power-play goals (8), game-winning goals (5-tied), shots (241) and games played (82-tied).- Became the first NHL player to lead all rookies in goals, assists and points since Evgeni Malkin in 2006-07.- Went on to share the team scoring lead during the playoffs with 10 points (2g/8a) in seven contests.#40: Alex Tanguay (L) 6' 1", 194 lbs. / Nov 21, 1979 (34 years and 11 months)Drafted: Colorado's 1st selection (1st round, 12th overall) in 1998 Entry DraftAcquired: Acquired from Calgary, along with Cory Sarich, in exchange for DavidJones and Shane O'Brien, June 27, 2013Last Goal: NOV 6, 2014 vs TORONTOLast Assist: NOV 4, 2014 vs VANCOUVER (1)Career Shootouts: 20/53 (38%), 9 GDGGP G-A-P +/- PIMSeason 15 5-3-8 1 2Career 953 258-523-781 157 457Career vs. Opp 19 5-9-14 1 16Season Highs: G A P PIM TOI Shots Hits +/-15 times13 times18 times210/14 vs TOR20:5410/26 vs WPG52 times22 times+15 times- Leads the Avalanche in goals (5).- Had a six-game point streak from Oct. 16-28.- Scored his seventh career short-handed goal on Oct. 28 vs. San Jose.- Had a three-game goal streak, Oct. 16-21, his longest such streak since April 1-6, 2011 with Calgary.- Passed Valeri Kamensky (414) for ninth place on the franchise's all-time points list with an assist on Oct. 24 vs. Vancouver.- Passed Dale Hunter (142) for ninth place on the franchise's all-time goal-scoring list on Oct. 18 at Montreal.- Has 417 points (145g/272a) in 477 games with the Avalanche.- Beginning his 15th NHL season and eighth with the Avalanche.- Appeared in only 16 games last season due to injury. Colorado was 15-1-0 with Tanguay in the lineup.#44: Ryan Wilson (D) 6' 1", 210 lbs. / Feb 3, 1987 (27 years and 9 months)Drafted: Signed by Calgary as an undrafted free agent, July 1, 2008Acquired: Acquired from Calgary, along with Lawrence Nycholat and 2nd round pickin 2009, in exchange for Jordan Leopold, March 4, 2009Last Goal: OCT 26, 2011 @ CALGARY (93)Last Assist: APR 13, 2014 @ ANAHEIM (3)Career Shootouts: 0/0 (0%), 0 GDGGP G-A-P +/- PIMSeason 3 0-0-0 -3 0Career 230 7-60-67 18 157Career vs. Opp 2 0-0-0 1 0Season Highs: G A P PIM TOI Shots Hits +/-03 times03 times03 times03 times18:3910/11 vs MIN210/11 vs MIN410/11 vs MIN+010/13 vs BOS- Left in the second period on Oct. 21 vs. Florida due to a shoulder injury.- Left the game on Oct. 13 at Boston due to injury (head), forcing him to sit out on Oct. 14 at Toronto.#45: Dennis Everberg (R) 6' 4", 205 lbs. / Dec 31, 1991 (22 years and 10 months)Acquired: Signed by Colorado as a free agent, April 29, 2014Last Goal: NOV 2, 2014 vs ANAHEIM (2)Last Assist: NOV 4, 2014 vs VANCOUVER (1)Career Shootouts: 0/0 (0%), 0 GDGGP G-A-P +/- PIMSeason 10 1-1-2 0 0Career 10 1-1-2 0 0Career vs. Opp - ----- - -Season Highs: G A P PIM TOI Shots Hits +/-111/2 vs ANA111/4 vs VAN12 times010 times14:0111/2 vs ANA32 times411/2 vs ANA+12 times- Tallied his first career assist on Nov. 4 vs. Vancouver.- Scored his first NHL goal on Nov. 2 vs. Anaheim.- Was recalled from Lake Erie (AHL) on Oct. 30.- Recorded three points (2g/1a) in five games for the Monsters.- Began the year on the Avalanche's roster, appearing in each of Colorado's first five games.- Made his NHL debut in the season opener on Oct. 9 at Minnesota, recording a team-high three shots.- Was reassigned to Lake Erie (AHL) on Oct. 17.- Prior to this year, has played his entire career in Sweden.- Spent his third full season with Rogle (Allsvenskan league) in 2013-14, finishing third on the team with 34 points (17g/17a) in 47 games.#48: Daniel Briere (C) 5' 9", 174 lbs. / Oct 6, 1977 (37 years and 1 month)Drafted: Phoenix's 2nd choice (1st round, 24th overall) in 1996 Entry DraftAcquired: Acquired from Montreal for PA Parenteau and a 5th round pick in 2015 NHLDraft, June 30, 2014Last Goal: OCT 24, 2014 vs VANCOUVER (2)Last Assist: OCT 16, 2014 @ OTTAWA (5)Career Shootouts: 21/54 (39%), 8 GDGGP G-A-P +/- PIMSeason 10 2-1-3 -2 8Career 926 301-386-687 -19 734Career vs. Opp 19 9-9-18 -2 10Season Highs: G A P PIM TOI Shots Hits +/-12 times110/16 vs OTT13 times24 times17:5710/13 vs BOS410/13 vs BOS210/14 vs TOR+13 times- Leads the Avalanche in game-winning goals (2).- Scored his 300th NHL goal on Oct. 13 at Boston, lighting the lamp with less than a second left in regulation to give the Avalanche a 2-1 victory.- Became the first player in Avalanche/Nordiques history to score a game-winning goal with one second left in regulation.- Was the 16th active player to reach the 300-goal milestone.- Is beginning his 16th NHL season, his first with Colorado.#55: Cody McLeod (L) 6' 2", 210 lbs. / Jun 26, 1984 (30 years and 4 months)Acquired: Signed by Colorado as a free agent, July 6, 20062nd NHL / 2nd COL SeasonLast Goal: OCT 30, 2014 vs NY ISLANDERS (4)Last Assist: OCT 30, 2014 vs NY ISLANDERS (4)Career Shootouts: 1/1 (100%), 1 GDGGP G-A-P +/- PIMSeason 15 1-1-2 1 28Career 482 51-42-93 -30 1006Career vs. Opp 7 1-0-1 0 10Season Highs: G A P PIM TOI Shots Hits +/-110/30 vs NYI110/30 vs NYI210/30 vs NYI73 times11:4910/16 vs OTT22 times43 times+22 times- Leads the Avalanche in penalty minutes (28) and major penalties (4).- Scored the game-winning goal and had an assist to tie his career high with two points on Oct. 30 vs. NY Islanders.- The goal was McLeod's first game winner since Oct. 1, 2009 vs. San Jose.- Surpassed 1,000 career penalty minutes on Oct. 24 vs. Vancouver.- He became the first player in Avalanche history and sixth in franchise history to surpass 1,000 PIM.- Has four fighting majors this season and 94 in his career (most in Avalanche history).- Has spent his entire career with the Avalanche after signing as a free agent on July 6, 2006.- Signed a three-year extension with the club prior to this season on Sept. 29, 2014.#58: Patrick Bordeleau (L) (*Injured) 6' 6", 225 lbs. / Mar 23, 1986 (28 years and 7 months)BOHR-duh-lohDrafted: Minnesota's 6th choice (4th round, 114th overall) in 2004 Entry DraftAcquired: Signed by Colorado as a free agent, July 1, 2011Last Goal: APR 11, 2014 @ SAN JOSE (1)Last Assist: APR 13, 2014 @ ANAHEIMCareer Shootouts: 0/0 (0%), 0 GDGGP G-A-P +/- PIMSeason - ----- - -Career 128 8-8-16 -8 185Career vs. Opp 2 0-0-0 0 15Season Highs: G A P PIM TOI Shots Hits +/-- - - - - - - -- Will begin the season on the Injured Non-Roster list (back).- Was one of only two Avalanche players to appear in all 82 games last season (Nathan MacKinnon was the other).#90: Ryan O'Reilly (C) 6' 0", 210 lbs. / Feb 7, 1991 (23 years and 9 months)Drafted: Colorado's 2nd selection (2nd round, 33rd overall) in 2009 Entry DraftLast Goal: NOV 1, 2014 @ ST. LOUIS (3)Last Assist: NOV 6, 2014 vs TORONTOCareer Shootouts: 7/18 (39%), 4 GDGGP G-A-P +/- PIMSeason 15 2-7-9 -11 4Career 360 75-125-200 -19 56Career vs. Opp 5 1-3-4 4 0Season Highs: G A P PIM TOI Shots Hits +/-12 times210/21 vs FLA22 times22 times23:2310/28 vs SJS62 times211/1 vs STL+110/30 vs NYI- Leads the Avalanche in takeaways (19).- Recorded his 200th career point with an assist on Nov. 6 vs. Toronto.- Is in his sixth NHL season.- Won the 2014 Lady Byng Memorial Trophy for sportsmanship and gentlemanly conduct combined with a high standard of playing ability.- Became only the second player in franchise history to win the Lady Byng Trophy, joining Joe Sakic in 2001.- Led the team with a career-high 28 goals, the most by an Avalanche player since 2009-10 (Chris Stewart, 28).- Also led the club in power-play goals (9) and game winners (6-tied) and ranked first among Avalanche forwards in ice time (19:49).- Was flagged for just one minor penalty all season, joining Butch Goring (1977-78, Los Angeles) as the only players ever to receive two or fewer PIMover 80 or more games.- Led the NHL with 83 takeaways, the second time in his career that hes paced the league in that category (2011-12).#92: Gabriel Landeskog (L) 6' 1", 210 lbs. / Nov 23, 1992 (21 years and 11 months)Drafted: Colorado's 1st choice (1st round, 2nd overall) in 2011 Entry Draft.Last Goal: OCT 28, 2014 vs SAN JOSE (5)Last Assist: NOV 6, 2014 vs TORONTOCareer Shootouts: 2/7 (29%), 2 GDGGP G-A-P +/- PIMSeason 15 4-2-6 -8 20Career 214 61-79-140 29 164Career vs. Opp 3 1-2-3 2 6Season Highs: G A P PIM TOI Shots Hits +/-14 times12 times16 times610/30 vs NYI21:0911/4 vs VAN53 times510/9 vs MIN+110/28 vs SJS- Is tied for second on the team in goals (4).- Appeared in his 200th NHL game on Opening Night at Minnesota on Oct. 9.- Is entering his fourth NHL season, his third as team captain.- Set career highs and finished second on the Avalanche in points (65), goals (26) and assists (39-tied) last season.- Was named team captain of the Avalanche on Sept. 4, 2012, becoming the youngest captain in NHL history (19 years, 286 days).- Was 11 days younger than Sidney Crosby, who was 19 years, 297 days when he was named captain of the Pittsburgh Penguins on May 31, 2007.- Is just the fourth captain in Avalanche history, joining Joe Sakic, Adam Foote and Milan Hejduk.

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