March 4th Water Cooler Chatter: Another Off Day.

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As we hope for the rain to stay away on a chilly day in Denver we also have to make it through the 3rd consecutive Avalanche off day. The Avalanche finally get back on the ice tomorrow, hosting the Oilers, lets hope they can avenge the horrific 5-1 loss last game. Until then here is a new Mile High Sticking Daily Segment where we will give you some good reads to check out!

Mile High Hockey has two really great post up one about the Avalanche players reaching Personal Best before the conclusion of the season and another on Avalanche player Theme Songs.

Need a league Recap from last night? Too Many Men on the Site has you covered.

The Toronto Maple Leafs continue their hot streak and take down the Eastern Conference lead dog, the Philadelphia Flyers, last night. (Editor In Leaf)

Trevor Gillies just can’t seem to stay out of trouble. He is meeting with the NHL’s discipline board today for his hit on Cal Clutterbuck. (SBNation)

Edmonton will be without their young star, Taylor Hall, for the Avs game on Saturday, and accoring to TSN’s Bob McKenzie possibly even the season.

Great new for us Avalanche fans as the Denver Post is reporting Adam Foote has returned to practice and WILL play Saturday! On a side note they also are reporting Ryan O’Bryne is skating but won’t play till next week.

Last link of the day showsthe Avs Ryan O’Reilly giving back to the Denver community. (Avalanche.nhl.com)

For some selfless promotion here is a link to our discussion on who should be the Avs next Captain.

Check back tomorrow morning for the Mile High Sticking GameDay Song!

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