Avalanche, Lightning Show Importance of Making Smart Trade
The Colorado Avalanche winning the Stanley Cup showed
the worth of speed and expertise in an association emphatically shifting that way.
With a smile, Landeskog answered: "Track down a Cale Makar some place."
Season finisher MVP Cale Makar was a major piece
of Colorado's title run from the blue line,
yet more than whatever else the Avalanche showed the
worth of speed and expertise in the NHL as hockey moves decisively
to focus on those components for the sake of scoring.
The Avalanche and the double cross reigning champ Tampa Bay Lightning,
who fell two wins shy of a threepeat, likewise gave proof
that it merits facing challenges at the exchange cutoff time for the right fits.
Colorado exchanged its best two possibilities and two
or three second-round picks to procure forward Artturi Lehkonen
and defenseman Josh Manson, alongside exchanges for Andrew Cogliano
and Nico Sturm that assisted the Avalanche with coming
out on top for their most memorable title starting around 2001.