Colorado Springs, Colorado 2021-07-28 01:37:09 –
Denver — Captain is back in Mile High City!
Colorado Avalanche announced Tuesday night that the organization had signed an eight-year contract with captain Gabriel Landescog.
“We are excited about the captain signing the long-term contract. Gabe is the heart of the team and an integral part of the organization,” said Joe Sakick, executive vice president and general manager of Avs, in a statement. Above and in the community. He was a perfect leader, a great teammate, and alongside (Nathan) McKinnon and (Mikko) Lantanen, was one of NHL’s best lines over the last four seasons. Randy is up to now. I’m excited to wear an avalanche sweater for years. “
28-year-old Landeskog, who lives in Stockholm, Sweden, spends nine seasons as an avalanche captain, and the new contract lasts from 2028 to 29.
He was the youngest captain in NHL history when he took on the role in 2012 at the age of 19. Landescog also won the 2012 Calder Memorial Trophy as the NHL’s Rookie of the Year.
He was the second overall pick in the 2011 NHL Entry Draft.
Since then, the 6-foot-1, 215-pound forward has scored 218 goals and 294 assists in 687 career regular season games with 512 points. He is ranked 6th in franchise goals, 7th in games, 8th in points and 11th in assists.
The captain led Avalanche to four playoff berths. This is the third longest post-season entry in franchise history. Most recently, he was the captain of the avalanche at the President’s Trophy and Honda West Division Championships in 2020-21.
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