Top 3 New Players To Watch On The Colorado Avalanche

July 8, 2014 8:19 PM

Top 3 New Players To Watch On The Colorado Avalanche
DENVER (CBS4) – The Colorado Avalanche made a lot of moves quickly during the NHL’s free agency period last week, but did the Avs really better themselves in the process?

" Peter McNab, a former NHL player and Avalanche game analyst for Altitude TV network, helped answer that question during his appearance on the CBS4 show Xfinity Monday Live.

With the loss of star and fan favorite Paul Stastny to the St. Louis Blues, the Avs immediately signed proven veteran Jarome Iginla, and then added veteran defenseman Brad Stuart. McNab agreed that it was almost like a trade losing Stastny and then gaining Iginla. He also thinks the Avs got tougher with the addition of Brad Stuart. And even though he’s unproven, backup goalie Reto Berra is a good pickup.

1. Jarome Iginla: “Just look at last season, the Boston Bruins, a tough, big time hockey club; and Jerome Iginla was tied for the lead in goals … I always go back to what Adam Foote told me about Jerome Iginla. He said as far as a tough guy to play against, night in, night out, Jerome Iginla was about the toughest. He has a physical edge to his game,” McNab said "

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