|12:00 AM||Toyota Racing Series - Round 3|
|1:00 AM||Colorado Mammoth - Mammoth at Minnesota Swarm|
|3:00 AM||Fight Sports: KNOCKOUTS! - Shannon Briggs, Lou Savarese, Henry Tilman, Geoge Foreman and more \ Shannon Briggs, Lou Savarese, Henry Tilman, Geoge Foreman and more|
|4:00 AM||Fight Sports: KNOCKOUTS! - Hector Camacho, Chris Byrd, Floyd Mayweather and more \ Hector Camacho, Chris Byrd, Floyd Mayweather and more|
|5:00 AM||Heartland Poker Tour - Belterra Casino Resort \ Belterra Casino Resort|
|6:00 AM||Colorado Avalanche - Stanley Cup Playoffs, Western Conference- First Round, Game 2: Minnesota Wild at Avalanche|
|8:30 AM||Avalanche Locker Room Report|
|9:30 AM||Paid Programming|
|10:00 AM||Paid Programming|
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|7:00 PM||Colorado Rapids - San Jose Earthquakes at Rapids|
|9:00 PM||Heartland Poker Tour - Belterra Casino Resort \ Belterra Casino Resort|
|10:00 PM||Colorado Mammoth - Mammoth at Minnesota Swarm|
Saturday, January 12, 2013
AVALANCHE ANNOUNCES 48-GAME SCHEDULE
Avs To Open Jan. 19 at Minnesota;
Home Opener Is Jan. 22 Against Stanley Cup Champion Los Angeles Kings
DENVER – The Colorado Avalanche Hockey Club tonight released its schedule for the 2012-13 National Hockey League regular season. The Avalanche will begin the 48-game schedule on Saturday, Jan. 19 at Minnesota against the Wild. The Avs will then return home to host the Stanley Cup Champion Los Angeles Kings for the home opener on Tuesday, Jan. 22 at Pepsi Center.
Colorado will play 18 games against Northwest Division opponents, which includes five games against both Edmonton (three home, two away) and Minnesota (two home, three away), as well as four games each against Calgary and Vancouver (two home, two road).
The Avalanche will play a total of 30 games against the remaining Western Conference teams, facing each of the Central Division and Pacific Division clubs three times apiece. Chicago, Columbus, Dallas, Nashville and St. Louis will visit Pepsi Center twice.
Colorado will play six home afternoon games this year, Feb. 2 vs. Edmonton (1:00 p.m.), Feb. 18 vs. Nashville (1:00 p.m.), March 16 vs. Minnesota (1:00 p.m.), March 30 vs. Nashville (1:00 p.m.), April 13 vs. Vancouver (1:00 p.m.) and April 21 vs. St. Louis (3:30 p.m.). The Avs will have nine sets of back-to-back games.
The Avalanche will conclude the regular season at home on Saturday, April 27 against Minnesota.
The complete broadcast schedule, including Altitude Sports & Entertainment telecasts, and information regarding the on-sale dates for regular season tickets will be released in the coming days.