The Avalanche were one of the Western Conference’s nice surprises the past two seasons, and now it’s time to cash in on the hype under general manager Joe Sakic.
Cale Makar didn’t make his debut until last year’s playoffs, but had immediate dividends, so he’s expected to produce nicely in his first full season. Philipp Grubauer will also be the go-to man in goal. Several centers joined the fray this offseason, including Nazem Kadri from Toronto, Andre Burakovsky from Washington, and free-agent acquisition Joonas Donskoi. Defense looks solid for years to come, as 21-year-old Samuel Girard is anchoring the blue line with his new eight-year contract.
Enjoy a premium seating experience at the Pepsi Center while catching an Avs game. You can select from a variety of catering packages with a suite, where you also get a personal attendant, concierge services, and leather seating. You can also try a Theatre Box, which seats 4 to 6 people, are fully catered with a wide variety of food options, a full-service bar, and VIP parking.
Club Lexus, Pepsi Center’s newest premium experience, puts you right in the action with seats up against the glass or bench, along with all-inclusive food and drink (beer and wine included), and private concierge service.