Patrick Roy has been named the new head coach and vice president of hockey operations of the Colorado Avalanche.
The Vancouver Canucks' decision to fire Alain Vigneault could impact the Colorado Avalanche's search for a new coach.
Patrick Roy is still a strong candidate for the Colorado Avalanche's coaching job, even if it's not a done deal.
Patrick Roy's brother told L.A. Lariviere of TVA Sports in Montreal that he was misquoted by the Denver Post and he does not know if a deal has been reached for his brother to be head coach of the Colorado Avalanche.
Patrick Roy is not yet the new head coach of the Colorado Avalanche and talk of a deal being done is "premature," according to RDS' Renaud Lavoie.
The Denver Post is reporting that the brother of Patrick Roy said that Roy will be named the new head coach of the Colorado Avalanche.
Paul Stastny notched seven goals and a team-high 15 points in 10 games for Team USA at the IIHF World Championship.
An NHL source has told the Denver Post that Patrick Roy is one of the top candidates for the head coaching job with the Colorado Avalanche.
Joe Sakic is not in a rush to name a new head coach for the Avalanche.
Paul Stastny notched two goals and two assists in a dominating 8-3 win over Russia to send the United States into the semifinals of the World Hockey Championship.
Don't expect the Avalanche's coaching search to end anytime soon.
Goalie coach Kirk McLean is no longer with the Colorado Avalanche, according to Adrian Dater of the Denver Post.
Joe Sakic has been promoted to executive vice president of hockey operations of the Colorado Avalanche.
Joe Sakic is likely to start taking on more responsibility with the Colorado Avalanche.
Paul Stastny scored a pair of goals in Team USA's 5-3 loss to Russia at the IIHF World Championships on Tuesday.