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Not many teams in the National Hockey League have enjoyed success in the last decade like the Colorado Avalanche. Since moving from Quebec to Denver, Colorado in 1995, the former Nordiques now Avalanche have won 8 Northwest Division crowns, 2 Western Conference Championships and 2 Stanley Cup Championships. In fact, the 1995-1996 Avs were the earliest team in NHL history to win Lord Stanley's Cup within their first season after re-location. The Pepsi Center in Denver, CO features the play with the Northwest Division team, and then the state-of-the-art arena's seating capacity of about 18,000 seats are filled by way of the league's best fan support who love these box office tickets. The 2007 season had been a recover year for Colorado's premier hockey franchise, for the reason that Avalanche made the playoffs after failing to create the playoffs in 06-07 season initially in franchise history. The Avs finished 6th during the Western Conference and were led by Captain Joe Sakic, Peter Forsberg, Adam Foote, and Milan Hejduk. The Colorado Avalanche defeated the Minnesota Wild 4 games to two, but would lose for the eventual Stanley Cup Champion Detroit Red Wings inside conference semis.
The Avalanche didn't achieve the Stanley Cup Finals since 2001. During the 2001/02 season, the c's finished the regular season and won the Northwest Division. Colorado had the league's lowest goals conceded. The NHL season was interrupted again for the 2002 Winter Olympics, in Salt Lake City, Utah. The Colorado Avalanche had nine players representing six countries. Canada won the ice hockey tournament and Rob Blake, Adam Foote and Joe Sakic won Gold medals. American Chris Drury got a silver medal. Using the win, Blake and Sakic became people in the Triple Gold Club. The Avalanche advanced with the 1st two rounds in the playoffs winning a 4?2 series from the Vancouver Canucks together with a 4?3 series versus the San Jose Sharks. Patrick Roy has a shutout on the decisive bet on each series. The Avalanche established a notable rivalry while using the Detroit Red Wings, partly having met 1 another half a dozen times in seven years with the Western Conference playoffs between 1996 and 2002. In 1996, the Colorado Avalanche won the series 4?2. During game six, as Red Wings player Kris Draper was skating toward the bench, he was checked in the boards face-first by Avalanche player Claude Lemieux. Thus, Draper were forced to undergo facial reconstructive surgery for five weeks. Once the incident, Lemieux received many threats from Red Wings players and fans, including goalie Chris Osgood. The incident marked the start of a rivalry often considered one of quite possibly the most intense while in the NHL because of the press and fans.
The Colorado Avalanche offers the NHL record for any longest consecutive attendance sell with 487. The streak began on November 9, 1995, at the Avalanche's eighth regular season home game while in the 1995?96 season, using an attendance of 16,061 on the McNichols Sports Arena versus the Dallas Stars. Almost 11 years later, it ended on October 16, 2006, from a reported attendance of 17,681, which is certainly 326 under capacity at Pepsi Center, before a personal game with Chicago Blackhawks. The Avalanche recorded their 500th home sellout on their 515th game in Denver on January 20, 2007, with Detroit Red Wings.