Why is the avalanche game postponed today?

Today, the game’s not going on for the Avalanche. Of course, the team that they were scheduled to play on April 20th?

NEW YORK — The Colorado Avalanche and Minnesota Wild game scheduled for Thursday evening has been postponed, the NHL announced on Wednesday night. The Avs aren’t the issue, as the Wild won’t play again until Feb. 9 at the earliest.

Right now, the Avalanche’s next scheduled game is against the Golden Knights in Vegas on Monday, Dec. 27.

LOUIS — The game between the St. Louis Blues and the Colorado Avalanche scheduled to take place on Tuesday, April 20 has been postponed. The National Hockey League announced Colorado’s Friday night game, Sunday game against Los Angeles and Tuesday’s game against the Blues have been postponed.

Pending test results in the coming days, it is expected that the Avalanche will be able to re-open their facilities for practice on Wednesday, April 21, with a return to game action on April 22 vs. St. Louis. The decision was made by the League’s, NHLPA’s and Club’s medical groups.

Why did the Colorado Avalanche postpone their game?

Colorado was scheduled to play games against the Kings Friday and Sunday and then travel to St. Louis to play the Blues on Tuesday.

A frequent question we ran across in our research was “Why did the Colorado Avalanche cancel their morning skate?”.

Another answer was for the second straight game day the Avalanche canceled their morning skate due to a positive test. According to the team, the player is in isolation and there have been no other positive tests between players and staff.

DENVER (CBS4) – Less than 24 hours after the Colorado Avalanche took to the ice with a depleted roster against the Nashville Predators, the NHL has shut the team down through December 26th. The Avs’ next four games have been officially postponed to later dates.