Two players who have played at least one Stanley Cup playoff game this season have previously won the Stanley Cup: Forwards Andrei Burakovsky (2018, Washington Capitals) and Darren Helm (2008, Detroit Red Wings).
Of at least one 23 post-season games, 11 were obtained through trade, six were selected by Colorado in the NHL Draft, five were signed in free agency and one was obtained via concessions.
Here’s how to build the Stanley Cup Finalist roster with background on the coaching staff and general manager:
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Nicholas Ob-KobelR.W.: After receiving exemptions from the Philadelphia Flyers on November 13, Obe-Koppel had 22 points (11 goals, 11 assists) in 67 regular season games with Colorado and had no points in 12 playoffs.
Andrei Burakovsky, LW: Burakowski has 61 points (22 goals, 39 assists) in 80 regular season games and has five points (one goal, four assists) in 10 playoffs.
Andrew Coglianoc: Cogliano has 16 points (four goals, 12 assists) in 74 regular season games, including one assist in 18 games for the Colorado, obtained from the San Jose Sharks on March 21 for a fifth-round pick in 2024. He has three points (two goals) , one pass) in 11 play-offs.
JT ComfierL.W.: Acquired from Buffalo Sabers on June 26, 2015 with Man of Defense Nikita Zadorovstriker Mikhail Grigorenko and a second-round pick in the 2015 NHL Draft forward Ryan O’Reilly and Jimmy McGinn, Comfer had 33 NHL points (18 goals, 15 assists) in 70 regular season games and had seven points (five goals, two assists) in 14 playoffs.
Darren Helm, C: Signed as a free agent on July 29, 2021, Helm has 15 points (seven goals, eight assists) in 68 regular season games and has two points (one goal, one assist) in 14 playoffs.
Nazim Qadric: Acquired from Toronto Maple Leafs on July 1, 2019 with defenseman Calle Rosen and third-round pick in the 2020 NHL Draft for defenseman Tyson Barrystraight ahead Alexandre Kervot And a sixth-round pick in the 2020 draft, Qadri has 87 NHL points (28 goals, 59 assists) in 71 regular season games and has 14 points (six goals, eight assists) in 13 playoffs. He was injured in the third match against the Oilers and his condition in the cup final is unknown.
Gabriel LandskogL.W.: Named with the No. 2 selection in the 2011 NHL Draft, Landeskog has 59 points (30 goals, 29 assists) in 51 regular season games and has 17 points, eight goals and nine assists in 14 playoffs. He’s been the leader of Avalanche for the past ten seasons.
Arturi LaconinL.W.: Acquired from Montreal Canadiens on March 21 for Man of Defense Justin Barron And a second-round pick in the 2024 NHL Draft, Likonen had 38 points (19 goals, 19 assists) in 74 regular season games, including nine points (six goals, three assists) in 16 games for Colorado. He has 11 points, six goals and five assists) in 14 play-offs and scored in the 1:19 minute of extra time from Game 4 to decide the conference final.
Nathan McKinnonc: Named with the #1 pick in the 2013 NHL Draft, MacKinnon has 88 points (32 goals, 56 assists) in 65 regular season games and has 18 points (11 goals, seven assists) in 14 playoffs.
Alex Newhawkc: Newhook was named with the 16th selection in the 2019 NHL Draft, has 33 points (13 goals, 20 assists) in 71 regular season games and has two assists in six playoffs.
Valery NeshushkinR.W.: Signed as a free agent on August 19, 2019, Nichushkin has NHL highs in goals (25), assists (27) and points (52) in 62 regular season games and has nine points (five goals, four assists) in 14 playoffs. .
Logan O’ConnorR.W.: Signed as a free agent on July 23, 2018, O’Connor had 24 points (eight goals, 16 assists) in 81 regular season games and had three points (one goal, two assists) in 11 playoffs.
Miko RantanenR.W.: Named with the 10th selection in the 2015 NHL Draft, Rantanen led the avalanche with 92 NHL points (36 goals, 56 assists) in 75 regular season games and has 17 points (five goals, 12 assists) in 14 playoffs.
Nico Sturmc: Acquired from Minnesota Wild March 15 Forward Tyson JostSturm had 20 points (nine goals, 11 assists) in 74 regular season games, including three assists in 21 games with Colorado. He has one assist in seven playoffs.
Bowen Byram: Named by Colorado with the No. 4 selection in the 2019 NHL Draft, Byram has 17 points (five goals, 12 assists) in 30 regular season games and has seven assists in 14 playoff games.
Samuel Gerrard: Acquired from Nashville Predators on November 5, 2017 with forward Vladislav Kamenev and a second-round pick in the 2018 NHL Draft forward Kyle Torres, Gerrard scored 28 points (five goals, 23 assists) in 67 regular season games and three points (one goal, two assists) in seven play-offs. Gerrard broke his sternum bone in the second round against the St. Louis Blues and was disqualified for the rest of the playoffs.
Eric Johnson: Acquired from the Blues on February 18, 2011 with striker Jay McClement and first-round pick in the 2011 NHL Draft for defenseman Kevin Shattenkirkstriker Chris Stewart and a second-round pick in the 2011 draft, Johnson has 25 points (eight goals, 17 assists) in 77 regular season games and has five points (one goal, four assists) in 14 playoffs.
Jack Johnson: Signed as a free agent on October 10, 2021, Johnson had nine points (one goal, eight assists) in 74 regular season games and had no points in seven playoff games.
Cal Makar : Named with the No. 4 selection in the 2017 NHL Draft, he had the NHL’s highest in goals (28 assists) (58) and points (86) in 77 regular season games and has 22 points (five goals, 17 assists) in 14 playoffs. He had one goal and four assists in Game 4 of the Conference Final, becoming the first defensive player in NHL history with five points in a series decision game.
Josh Manson: Manson earned 16 points (six goals, 10 assists) in 67 regular season games, including seven points (two goals, five assists) in 22 games for Colorado. He has six points (two goals, four assists) in 14 playoffs.
Devon Toze: Acquired from the New York Islanders on October 12, 2020 for a second-round pick in the 2021 NHL Draft and a second-round pick in the 2022 NHL Draft, Toews had his NHL highs in goals (13), assists (44) and points (57) in 66 A regular season game and has 13 points (five goals and eight assists) in 14 play-offs.
Pavel Francos: Signed as a free agent on May 2, 2018, Francoz was 15-5-1 with 2.55 goals-to-average, 0.916 savings and two closings in 21 regular season games (18 games) and is 6-0 with 2.86 GAA, .906 saves Percentage and one closing in six playoffs (four starts).
Darcy Comber: Acquired from the Arizona Coyotes on July 28 for defender Conor Timmins, a first-round pick in the 2022 NHL Draft and a conditional pick in the 2024 NHL Draft, Kuemper was 37-12-4 with a 2.54 GAA, 0.921 savings percentage, and five lockouts in 57 games in the Regular season and 6-2 with a 2.65 GAA and .897 savings percentage in 10 playoffs. He has not played since sustaining an upper body injury at 12:41 PM in the first game of the Conference Final.
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Jared Bednar, coach: Named August 25, 2016 to replace Patrick Roy, Bednar led the avalanche to the best record in the Western Conference (56-19-7) and most wins and points (119) in avalanche/Quebec Nordic history. He is 240-168-46 in the regular season and Colorado has qualified for the playoffs in five of his six seasons.
Ray Bennett, Associate: Appointed on July 7, 2017, Bennett was previously an assistant with the Blues for 10 seasons (2007-17) and The Kings for seven seasons (1999-2006).
Nolan Pratt, Assistant: Appointed July 15, 2016, Pratt was previously an assistant for Lake Erie of the American Hockey League for five seasons and Springfield (AHL) from 2011-16. He and Bednar were assistants for Springfield during the 2012-13 season.
Goalkeeper coach Jose Barquela: Hired Barkilla on July 7, 2017, he coached goalkeepers in Europe for 12 seasons, five seasons in the Continental Hockey League and two seasons in Lieja, Finland’s top professional league.
Joe Sakic: Appointed as Executive Advisor in 2011, promoted to current position as Executive Vice President of Hockey Operations on May 10, 2013 and replaced Greg Sherman as General Manager September 19, 2014. Hockey Hall of Fame is Avalanche/Nordic game leader (1,378), goals ( 625 assists (1,016) and points (1,641) and played his entire NHL career for 20 seasons for the franchise. He won the Stanley Cup in 1996 and 2001 and was a captain for 17 seasons (1990-1991, 1992-2009).