As Joe Sakic announces his retirement Thursday, we look back at our favorite moments from the Avalanche captain.
As Colorado sits in the lower half of the Western Conference and heads into a three-game road swing that begins Wednesday, it's understandable to ask: Is this team any good ... or not?
A Democratic National Convention couldn't stop the quiet but mighty force known as Joe Sakic from returning to the Avalanche, writes Terry Frei.
Jaromir Jagr has made up his mind and he chose Russia over the NHL. So, Terry Frei wonders, how much longer will it be before we know the fates of Joe Sakic and Mats Sundin?
This offseason, Joe Sakic will have a much more difficult time deciding whether to come back to the NHL. Whenever he does make a choice, it will be on his own terms.
Jose Theodore's stay with Colorado can be summarized with a series of phrases that begin with "Just when you think ..." But are things starting to turn around for the goalie?
Joe Sakic's one-year deal is part of the new free-agent landscape, which Terry Frei believes is fair, so far.
Colorado has had an up-and-down season, but Joe Sakic has seemed to persevere with his unchanged approach.
The more the Avalanche change, the more Joe Sakic remains the same -- a quiet, but effective captain.
Paul Kariya's decision to leave the Ducks and join the Avalanche isn't going quite as planned.
How good is Joe Sakic? You've got to look beyond the statistics to find out.
Is being a captain a big deal? Not for those where were born for it.
Like they did in last year's Stanley Cup finals, the Avs march into Game 7 having stolen Game 6 on the road.
As much as he enjoys being one of the game's best, Joe Sakic would prefer to avoid the spotlight.