Colorado Avalanche Watch Parties Set To Hit Ball Arena

The Colorado Avalanche are in the Western Conference Finals of the Stanley Cup Playoffs for the first time since 2002, and while the team is booming, so is the city of Denver and all of Avalanche Country.

The Avalanche have announced that they will host special Ball Arena Watch Parties for Games 3 and 4 of the Conference Finals on the giant screen inside the arena.

Also AValanche Ice Patrol, Bernie and their in-game hosts will be in attendance and will heat things up even more than they already are

Plus, like all official Avalanche Watch parties held at various Denver sports bars like Tom’s Watch Bar, you can win limited loot, some cool autographs, and a whole lot more!

As cool as all of this is at the away watch parties at the Ball Arena, the fact is that this is all for charity, with proceeds going to benefit Kroenke Sports Charities.

Tickets are $10 each and are first come, first served.

The Avalanche won an exciting goal fest 8-6 in Game 1 of the series against the Edmonton Oilers, and while this venue has rocked for personal hockey, I’m pretty sure it’s rocking for those watch parties as well Avs aim theirs third Stanley Cup in team history.


A few other cool notes are that three guys who walked for our Colorado Eagles earlier this year are celebrity members of that roster, keep an eye out #18 Alex Newhook and the now starting goalie (pending goalie Darcy Kuemper is still injured) #39 Pavel Francous (Frankie) along with Eagles starting goalie #60 Justus Annan who are also on the roster for emergencies, all demonstrated their skills at the Budweiser Events Center earlier this year, are now on the biggest hockey stage of them all and we couldn’t be happier for them.

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