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Toronto, Vegas, Colorado Showing Interest In Ian Cole

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On Monday, it was reported that the Pittsburgh Penguins are shopping Ian Cole on the trade market, per Jason Mackey of the Pittsburgh Post-Gazette.

The 28-year old defenseman is an unrestricted free agent after this season and had been unsuccessful in his attempts to work out a new contract with the Pens.

Cole’s agent had been given permission to seek out a trade, according to Elliotte Friedman of Sportsnet.

Mackey reported on Tuesday that the Vegas Golden Knights, Colorado Avalanche and Toronto Maple Leafs are considered the leaders in talks for Cole.

It was noted that Cole won’t be traded to anyone in the Metropolitan Division.

Toronto has been pursuing defense since last season.

Vegas, on the other hand, doesn’t seem like a likely landing spot for Cole, due to their lack of assets to offer and their logjam at the position already.

While Colorado has played well this season, adding Cole to the mix would go a long way and making them more complete and more viable as the season wears on.

 

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Avalanche Sign Ian Cole To Three-Year Deal

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The Colorado Avalanche have signed defenseman Ian Cole to a three-year contract that comes with an annual average value of $4.25M, according to TSN’s Darren Dreger.

Cole, 29, provides the Avs with a left-handed shooting option who can play alongside the likes of Erik Johnson, or Tyson Barrie.

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Avalanche Re-Sign Gabriel Bourque

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The Colorado Avalanche have re-signed forward Gabriel Bourque, who was scheduled to become an unrestricted free agent this summer, to a one-year deal.

At the time of this post, no financial details have been announced.

Bourque, 27, scored 11 points, including 5 goals last season for Colorado.

 

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Avs’ Nathan MacKinnon To Miss Game With Injury

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The Colorado Avalanche won’t have forward Nathan MacKinnon in the lineup when they take on the Edmonton Oilers due to one is considered a day-to-day injury.

The team made the announcement on Wednesday, stating that MacKinnon is expected to be reevaluated over the next 24 hours and, at that point, the team would have more information regarding he injury, according to TSN’s Bob McKenzie.

MacKinnon is second in league scoring with 61 points over 49 games this season.

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