Colorado Avalanche Post to Post ’19: Best Regular Season Social Media Highlights Week 4

Berlin, Germany - January 11: In this photo illustration the apps of different social media networks are displayed on a smartphone on January 11, 2019 in Berlin, Germany. (Photo Illustration by Thomas Trutschel/Photothek via Getty Images)
Berlin, Germany - January 11: In this photo illustration the apps of different social media networks are displayed on a smartphone on January 11, 2019 in Berlin, Germany. (Photo Illustration by Thomas Trutschel/Photothek via Getty Images) /
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The Colorado Avalanche ended their six game road trip 4-1-1. We look back at the team’s social media highlights of the past week.

The Colorado Avalanche started the week in St Louis, and what better way to start than with a pun about how well the team is playing and also how handsome they are.

The season is off to a good start and it’s nice to see the team having a bit of fun on the ice during warmups. Andre Burakovsky seems to be settling in nicely.

The tradition of having to do push-ups if you fall during warmups continues.

After being on the receiving end of a ball thanks to Nikita Zadorov, the media team employed some protection the next time they were taking video of the pre-game two-touch.

The game against the Blues did not go well and the media team expressed their frustration via gifs.

The media team’s live tweets of the game are always fun, especially when they start responding to the opposing team’s tweets.

Andre Burakovsky is continuing his uncanny ability to find the camera wherever he is.

The latest episode of the Avalanche’s official podcast dropped, with Tyson Jost as the guest. It is a lot of fun and I highly recommend giving it a listen.

Everyone was on edge when the notoriously camera shy Erik Johnson not only didn’t hide from the camera but also gave them a smile. Clearly this could only mean trouble was on the way.

Luckily Nikita Zadorov was on form, as usual, and the media team was making fun of him, as usual.

At least the captain can be relied upon to always look good.

Burgundy suits were clearly the theme of the day.

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Cale Makar, after spending some time living with Matt Calvert and then with Sam Girard, finally has his own place in Denver. While the team’s flight was delayed they shared a tour of Makar’s new home. He lives in the same building as Tyson Jost which I’m sure spells trouble for the future.

When the team finally landed in Vegas we were treated to more airport suit photos. Colin Wilson also opted for a burgundy suit, which just makes him look even more like Gabriel Landeskog than usual.

Bus suits are just as good as airport suits. Nikita Zadorov is looking great here in a three piece. Andre Burakovsky, true to form, has spotted the camera.

Gabriel Landeskog is now 6th in franchise history for most number of games played for the Avalanche. Most of his games have been played alongside Erik Johnson so to mark the occasion the two were interviewed about each other. This is such a fun video. They both make fun of each other but you can genuinely see how much they care about each other as well.

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With Mikko Rantanen out with injury, Pierre-Edouard Bellemare has stepped in to do the post-game handshake with Gabriel Landeskog.

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The Colorado Avalanche have two more games at home before another short road trip. We’ll be back next week with more social media highlights.