Avalanche Stanley Cup parade 2022 date, time, route

Avalanche will celebrate their Stanley Cup win with a parade on Thursday, June 30th. It begins at 10 a.m. and ends with a rally in Civic Center Park. Avalanche players, coaches and front office representatives will be speaking at the event. Local Denver broadcasters KMGH, KDVR and KWGN and Altitude Sports will broadcast the procession.

Colorado Avalanche fans shouldn’t make plans for Thursday.

An official parade will be held Thursday in honor of the team’s Stanley Cup triumph over the Tampa Bay Lightning. Activities begin at Union Station and end at Civic Center Park. The parade ends and then the rally begins.

Those unable to attend in person can still attend by watching on Altitude Sports or Denver7.

The atmosphere at this year’s Stanley Cup Triumphal Parade will be slightly different from the previous two. The 2021 and 2020 Lightning championship teams celebrated with a cruise down the Hillsborough River.

The reigning champions, who had previously won the title twice, bravely fought back against defeat. A Game 5 win and an early lead in Game 6 thanks to a Steven Stamkos goal boded well given their recent success.

However, just over two minutes into the second minute, Nathan MacKinnon equalized and Artturi Lehkonen ended the game with a goal of his own at the 12:28 mark.

The fans in Denver probably went into the postseason with mixed feelings.

Avalanche: The Winners

The Avalanche ranked first in the NHL in points in 2020–21, but were eliminated from Stanley Cup competition by the Vegas Golden Knights in the second round of the following season.

Colorado maintained its status as the top team in the league by winning the Western Conference. This team’s postseason narrative differs from previous editions due to its members’ record of just four losses.

When it comes to high expectations, this franchise isn’t naïve. However, the Avalanche will soon learn what it’s like to switch roles and become the hunted rather than the hunter.

Luckily for Joe Sakic, the team’s general manager, almost all of the key players will be returning for the upcoming season. Aside from restricted free agents Nazem Kadri and Andre Burakovsky, there are no other significant players in the market.

Conn Smythe Trophy winner Cale Makar, Nathan MacKinnon, Mikko Rantanen and Gabriel Landeskog have all been under contract for many years so Thursday may not be the last time this group celebrates a Stanley Cup win.

Avalanche Stanley Cup Run

round 1

  • Game 1: Avalanche 7, Predators 2
  • Game 2: Avalanche 2, Predators 1 (OT)
  • Game 3: Avalanche 7, predators 3
  • Game 4: Avalanche 5, predators 3

round 2

  • Game 1: Avalanche 3, Blues 2 (OT)
  • Game 2: Blues 4, Avalanche 1
  • Game 3: Avalanche 5, Blues 2
  • Game 4: Avalanche 6, Blues 3
  • Game 5: Blues 5, Avalanche 4 (OT)
  • Game 6: Avalanche 3, Blues 2

Western Conference Finals

  • Game 1: Avalanche 8, Oiler 6
  • Game 2: Avalanche 4, Oiler 0
  • Game 3: Avalanche 4, Oiler 2
  • Game 4: Avalanche 6, Oiler 5

Stanley Cup Final

  • Game 1: Avalanche 4, Lightning 3 (OT)
  • Game 2: Avalanche 7, Lightning 0
  • Game 3: Lightning 6, avalanche 2
  • Game 4: Avalanche 3, Lightning 2 (OT)
  • Game 5: Lightning 3, avalanche 2
  • Game 6: Avalanche 2, Lightning 1

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