The average ticket prices for regular season Colorado Avalanche games has fluctuated slightly over the past six seasons. The lowest ticket price for Avalanche tickets was $26 during the 2015-2016 season. The Avalanche are currently seeing their highest average ticket price for the 2016-2017 season at $48 per ticket, a 46% increase compared to the previous season.
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2018 Avalanche Season Preview
The 2016-2017 Colorado Avalanche schedule is set and the Avalanche are ready to have a successful season. The Avalanche finished 6th in the Central Division and 9th in the Western Conference. The Avalanche have acquired several free agents, including Joe Colborne from Calgary Flames, Fedor Tyutin from Columbus Blue Jackets, and Patrick Wiercioch from Ottawa Senators. TicketCity is the place to go for Colorado Avalanche tickets. Whether you are planning on cheering on the Avalanche at Pepsi Center, or supporting Colorado on the road, TicketCity has some of the best deals for all Colorado Avalanche tickets, including home and away games.
Colorado Avalanche Hockey at Pepsi Center Address: 1000 Chopper Cir, Denver, Colorado, 80204
The Colorado Avalanche play all their home games at the Pepsi Center, located in Denver, Colorado. When filled to capacity, over 18,000 screaming fans can be heard supporting the Avalanche. The Pepsi Center is also the home of the Denver Nuggets of the NBA and the Colorado Mammoth of the National Lacrosse League. During the course of the year, the Pepsi Center hosts many entertainment acts. The Colorado Avalanche home bench is on the Pepsi Center rink side in front of section 102. Pepsi Center parking information is covered in our Avalanche event guide.
Avalanche vs. Red Wings
The conversation on this one always starts with the 1997 brawls at Joe Louis Arena. In the Western Conference Finals in 1996, Claude Lemieux checked Kris Draper from behind and into the boards, breaking his jaw and cheek. The next year on March 26 there were nine fights between the teams. Punches throw, blood spilled and the famous Forsberg-Vernon fight. Patrick Roy was still trying to fight opposing goalies in 2002.
Avalanche vs. Stars
This rivalry was sparked in the late 90s and early 2000s, when both teams were battling at the top of the Western Conference. In 1999, the Stars beat the Avs in seven games and went on to win the Stanley Cup. In 2000, the Stars again beat Colorado in seven. They were primed for another meeting the next year, but the Stars went down early and the Avalanche won the Stanley Cup.
Colorado Avalanche in the Stanley Cup, Western Conference Finals, and NHL Playoffs
The Colorado Avalanche, whose inaugural season took place in ‘95/96 went on the win the Stanley Cup that very year as well as winning it all in 2001. How’s that for immediate success? The Avalanche have already racked up 6 trip to the Western Conference Finals as well as 12 visits to the NHL’s postseason.
2015 Colorado Avalanche Season Preview
The Colorado Avalanche entered last season riding the high of a surprise Central Division championship and playoff berth. But the Avalanche struggled, regressing to last in the Central Division, missing the playoffs. The 2015 Colorado Avalanche will try and answer the question of which season was the fluke? Is Colorado built to be a perennial playoff team? Or are they still looking to establish an identity? The Avalanche will hope that a long offseason will help them avoid the slew of injuries that they faced a season ago. The 2015 Colorado Avalanche roster will feature many familiar faces, along with new comers like Carl Soderberg and Nikita Zadorov. But the biggest question for the Avalanche in 2015 will be if they can find an offense that was missing a season ago. Look for Matt Duchene and Nathan MacKinnion to rebound and bolster Colorado’s attack, and for the Colorado Avalanche to contend for a spot in the Stanley Cup Playoffs.
2014 Colorado Avalanche Season Preview
There may not have been a bigger surprise in 2013 than the Colorado Avalanche. Under the guidance of head coach and Avalanche goaltending legend Patrick Roy, the Avs came from nowhere to win the Central Division and grab the number 2 seed in a strong Western Conference. Colorado then took the Minnesota Wild to 7 games in the quarterfinals, before falling in the series 4-3. After a meteoric rise in 2013, the Colorado Avalanche have their sights set on more in 2014. To bolster their young squad in the playoffs, the Avalanche signed veterans Daniel Briere, Jarome Iginla, and Brad Stuart. Last year’s Calder Trophy winner Nathan MacKinnon will likely take an even larger leadership role in his 2nd season, and will be complimented by Matt Duchene. Goaltender Semyon Varlamov was a finalist for the Vezina Trophy last season and looks to continue to be one of the best goalies in the Central Division. The Colorado Avalanche have all the pieces to have a solid season in 2014 and don’t be surprised if they provide a stiff challenge to the Western Conference favorite LA Kings and Chicago Blackhawks.
2013 Colorado Avalanche Season Preview
Patrick Roy has taken the helm in Colorado after leading the club for so many years on the ice, and he’ll have a lot of work to do after a disappointing 2012-13 Season. Joe Sakic has also been moved up the Avs hierarchy, as he was named Vice President of Hockey Operations. Colorado fans feel like they are in good hands coming into the season, and they were able to land Alex Tanguay and Cory Sarich in a trade with the Flames in the offseason. Milan Hejduk is gone from the team, but they are hoping that first round draft pick Nathan MacKinnon helps Avs fans forget all about the loss. The Avs have a big home stand at the Pepsi Center that begins with a game against the Winnipeg Jets on December 29th. After that comes in the Blue Jackets, Flyers, Sharks, Flames, Senators and Islanders all within an 11-day span. It’s a great month of hockey in Denver and could determine whether the Avs are contenders.
2011 Colorado Avalanche Season Preview
The Colorado Avalanche are looking to rekindle the flame that saw them bring fans two Stanley Cups and six Western Conference finals in the first ten years in Denver. Recent history has seen them in the back of the Western Conference standings, but an active off-season and burgeoning youth movement shows that the Avalanche are ready to rumble in 2011. This may be only the third year in the league for Matt Duchene, but the team will look to him for offensive guidance. His positive point trajectory has gone from 55 to 67 in 2010-11, so an 80-point outlook isn’t out of the question. Duchene will look to Paul Stastny, David Jones and Milan Hejduk to help him score thanks to their productive, 20-plus goal 2010-11 seasons. Where the offense shouldn’t look for scoring is from their blue line compatriots. The main defensive point-scorer from last year, John-Michael Liles, in now in Toronto. The revamped line-up, including Jan Hedja, Erik Johnson (in Columbus and St. Louis last year, respectively) and a healthy Kyle Quincey are a wild card in all of this. If they can produce, then the Avalanche are looking to get back into the playoffs, and their winning ways.
2010 Colorado Avalanche Season Preview
The Colorado Avalanche managed to sneak into the playoffs last season, proving a lot of doubters wrong. Despite the success, a repeat performance may be hard to achieve, as the Avalanche come into the start of the regular season with a lot of questions that could make a trip to the post season difficult. While the Colorado offense certainly has a great deal of potential, it is largely made up of unproven talent. The scoring attack will be anchored by veteran Milan Hejduk, and he is joined by a trio of youngsters in Matt Duchene, Paul Stastny and Ryan O'Reilly. Stastny led the team in points last season, with 20 goals and 59 assists. The Avalanche's leader in goals last year, Chris Stewart, is also back. The defense has some holes, as the Avalanche do not have a solid go-to defensemen. Thirty-nine-year-old Adam Foote is a talented veteran, but he is aging. Colorado will likely turn instead to John-Michael Lile, and while he is talented, he remains unproven and sometimes inconsistent. There is a weakness in goal as well, as Craig Anderson is only a middle-of-the-road goalie at best.
2009 Colorado Avalanche Season Preview
The Colorado Avalanche look to rebound in the 2009-2010 NHL season. The Avs want to bounce back from what turned out to be the worst season since the team moved to Colorado. Colorado will have to do so with a new coaching staff and without their legendary captain, Joe Sakic, who retired before the start of the new season. The Avalanche will be led by new captain, Adam Foote and their newest player from the draft, Matt Duchene. Expect Colorado to turn some heads this season.