How the Western Conference Colorado Avalanche specialist was arrested

Two players who have played at least one game in the Stanley Cup Playoffs this season have already won the Stanley Cup: the leaders Andre Burakovsky (2018, Washington Capitals) and Darren Helm (2008, Detroit Red Wings).

Of the 23 players playing in one postseason game, 11 were acquired through marketing, six were selected by Colorado in the NHL Draft, five were signed for free and one was acquired through a refund.

This is how the finalists in the Stanley Competition were built with the history of coaches and general manager:

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Nicolas Aube-KubelRW: He said he would leave the Philadelphia Flyers on Nov. 13, Aube-Kubel had 22 points (11 goals, 11 assists) in 67 full-time games in Colorado and no points in 12 playoff games.

Andre Burakovsky, LW: Founded in a trade with the Capitals on June 28, 2019 for Scott Kosmachuk player and second and third player in the 2020 NHL Draft, Burakovsky had 61 points (22 goals, 39 assists) in 80 regular games and has five. points (one goal, four assists) in 10 playoff games.

Andrew CoglianoÇ: Founded in the San Jose Sharks on March 21 to pick up a fifth round in the 2024 NHL Draft, Cogliano had 16 points (four goals, 12 assists) in 74 full-time games, plus one assistant in 18 Colorado games. He has three points (two goals, one assistant) in the last 11 games.

Leader of JTLW: Found at Buffalo Sabers on June 26, 2015 by a security guard Nikita Zadorovforward Mikhail Grigorenko is the second candidate in the 2015 NHL Draft for directors Ryan O’Reilly and Jamie McGinn, Compher had 33 top points in NHL career (18 goals, 15 assists) in 70 full-time games and has seven points (five goals, two assists) in 14 playoff games.

Darren Helm, C: Signed as a free agent on July 29, 2021, Helm had 15 points (seven goals, eight assists) in 68 regular games and two points (one goal, one assist) in 14 playoff games .

Nazim KadriÇ: She was acquired from the Toronto Maple Leafs on July 1, 2019 by defender Calle Rosen and the third nominee in the 2020 NHL Draft for Defenseman. Tyson Barrieforward Alexander Kerfoot with sixth choice in 2020 preparations, Kadri had a NHL top career 87 (28 goals, 59 assists) in 71 regular games and has 14 points (six goals, eight assists) in 13 games a playoff. He was injured in Game 3 against the Oilers and his role in the Final Cup is unknown.

Gabriel LandeskogLW: Elected by No. 2 in the 2011 NHL Draft, Landeskog had 59 points (30 goals, 29 assists) in 51 full games and 17 points in eight games, nine assists) in 14 playoff games. He has been captain of Avalanche for the past 10 years.

Articuri LehkonenLW: Found in Montreal Canadiens on March 21 for security reasons Justin Barron and a second choice in the 2024 NHL Draft, Lehkonen had 38 points (19 goals, 19 assists) in 74 full-time games, plus nine points (six goals, three assists) in 16 Colado games. He has 11 points (six goals, five assists) in 14 playoff games and scored 1:19 extra Game 4 time to complete the final whistle.

Nathan MacKinnonÇ: Elected by No. 1 selected in the 2013 NHL Draft, MacKinnon had 88 points (32 goals, 56 assists) in 65 full-time games and 18 points (11 goals, seven assists) in 14 playoff games.

Alex NewhookÇ: Elected by No. 16 in the 2019 NHL Draft, Newhook had 33 points (13 goals, 20 assists) in 71 full-time games and has two assistants in six games.

Valeri NichushkinRW: Signed as a free agent Aug. 19, 2019, Nichushkin topped the NHL (25), assistants (27) and points (52) in 62 full-time games and has nine points (five goals, four assists) in 14 playoff games .

Logan O’ConnorRW: Signed as a free player July 23, 2018, O’Connor had 24 points (eight goals, 16 assists) in 81 regular games and three points (one goal, two assists) in 11 playoff games.

Mikko RantanenRW: Elected by No. 10 in the 2015 NHL Draft, Rantanen led Avalanche with NHL-high career-high 92 points (36 goals, 56 assists) in 75 full-time games and has 17 points (five goals, 12 assists) in 14 playoff games.

Nico SturmÇ: Found at Minnesota Wild on March 15th Tyson Jost, Sturm had 20 points (nine goals, 11 assists) in 74 games overall, including three assists in 21 games in Colorado. He has one assist in seven playoff games.


Bowen Byram: Colorado-nominated by No. 4 in the 2019 NHL Draft, Byram had 17 points (five goals, 12 assists) in 30 full-time games and has seven assists in 14 playoff games.

Samuel Girard: Acquired from Nashville Predators on Nov. 5, 2017 and forward Vladislav Kamenev is the second choice in the 2018 NHL Draft for the front. Kyle Turris, Girard had 28 points (five goals, 23 assists) in 67 regular games and three points (one goal, two assists) in seven playoff games. Girard broke his sternum in the second row against St. Louis Blues and was beaten for not taking the remaining games.

Erik Johnson: Found in the Blues on Feb. 18, 2011 and forward Jay McClement as well as the first selection in the 2011 NHL Draft for Defenseman. Kevin Shattenkirkforward Chris Stewart and second round pick in the 2011 preparations, Johnson had 25 points (eight goals, 17 assists) in 77 full-time games and five points (one goal, four assists) in 14 playoff games .

Jack Johnson: Signed as a free agent Oct. 10, 2021, Johnson had nine points (one goal, eight assists) in 74 full-time games and has no points in seven playoff games.

Be quiet Makar : Elected by No. 4 in the 2017 NHL Draft, Makar had the highest NHL goals (28) assistants (58) and points (86) in 77 regular games and has 22 points (five goals, 17 assists) in 14 playoff games. He scored with four assistants in the final Game 4 of the conference, becoming the first defender in NHL history with five points in winning games.

Josh Manson: Found at Anaheim Ducks on March 14 for defensive midfielder Drew Helleson and second-round pick in the 2023 NHL Draft, Manson had 16 points (six goals, 10 assists) in 67 regular games, plus seven points (two goals, five assistants) in 22 Colorado games. He has six points (two goals, four assists) in 14 playoff games.

Devon Toews: Found at New York Islanders on Oct. 12, 2020 in the second election in 2021 NHL Draft and in the second election in 2022 NHL Draft, Toews had top NHL jobs (13), assistants (44) and points (57) in 66 regular. -season games and has 13 points (five goals, eight assists) in 14 playoff games.


Pavel Francouz: Signed as a free agent on May 2, 2018, Francous was 15-5-1 with 2.55 goals against the average, .916 percent save with two shutouts in 21 regular games (18 starts) and is 6-0 with 2.86 GAA, .906 save percentage with one shutout in six playoff games (four starts).

Darcy Kuemper: He was acquired from Arizona Coyotes on July 28 for defender Connor Timmins, first elected in the 2022 NHL Draft with a permanent selection in the 2024 NHL Draft, Kuemper was 37-12-4 with 2.54 GAA, .921 percent and maintained five closures in 57 regular games. and is 6-2 with 2.65 GAA and .897 saving percentage in 10 playoff games. He has not played since suffering a head injury at 12:41 for the second time in Game 1 of the final.

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Jared Bednar, lecturer: He was hired on Aug. 25, 2016 to replace Patrick Roy, Bednar led the Avalanche to the best record in the Western Conference (56-19-7) and the most successful point (119) in the history of the Avalanche / Quebec Nordiques. They are 240-168-46 in the regular season and Colorado participated in the final game in five of six years.

Ray Bennett, assistant: Hired on July 7, 2017, Bennett was previously a supporter of the Blues for 10 seasons (2007-17) and the Kings for seven seasons (1999-2006).

Nolan Pratt, assistant: Hired on July 15, 2016, Pratt was previously an assistant to Lake Erie of the American Hockey League for five seasons with Springfield (AHL) from 2011-16. He and Bednar were Springfield assistants for the 2012-13 season.

Jussi Parkkila, goal teacher: Employer on July 7, 2017, Parkkila coached players in Europe for 12 years, five in the Continental Hockey League and two seasons in Liiga, Finland’s top league.


Joe Sakic: Employee as head coach in 2011, Sakic was promoted to his second position as senior vice president of hockey on May 10, 2013 and replaced with Greg Sherman as general manager Sept. 19, 2014. Hockey Hall of Famer is the leader of the Avalanche / Nordiques in the game (1,378), goals (625) assists (1,016) and points (1,641) and played his entire NHL 20-season licensing career. He won the Stanley Cup in 1996 and 2001 and was captain for 17 seasons (1990-91, 1992-2009).


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