January 20, 2004
GAME OF THE WEEK MONTREAL AT PHILADELPHIA, TODAY *--* Rk. Team (Rec.) Comment 1 OTTAWA (24-12-7-3) Loss to Islanders Monday only second in 17 games (11-2-4-0). 2 SAN JOSE (21-11-11-4) Strong defense in 11-2-1-1 roll. Ron Wilson's a genius -- just ask him. 3 DETROIT (27-14-5-2) Draper (19 goals) finds range while Hull goes scoreless in 19. 4 COLORADO (26-11-7-2) Groin pull forces Forsberg out of lineup again. 5 NEW JERSEY (22-11-10-1) Best goals-against (1.
May 6, 2000 |
Peter Forsberg 5, Steve Yzerman 0. In a series of dueling superstars, Colorado's Forsberg forged a clear goal-scoring advantage over Detroit's Yzerman, and the Avalanche eliminated the Red Wings from the NHL playoffs with a 4-2 victory Friday night. Forsberg's fifth goal of the playoffs--his fourth game-deciding goal--helped Colorado claim the best-of-seven Western Conference semifinal series, 4-1. The Avalanche advances to the conference finals against either Dallas or San Jose.
April 24, 2002 |
For the second consecutive night, the Kings did a good job of slowing down Colorado's Peter Forsberg and his linemates. But sometimes being good is not enough. Although Forsberg was limited to only one shot on goal and recorded only one hit, he made a key play that led to Colorado's 1-0 victory over the Kings on Tuesday night in Game 4 of their best-of-seven Western Conference first-round series.
May 14, 2002 |
After an earthquake shook the Compaq Center, Peter Forsberg's goal 2 minutes 47 seconds into overtime gave the Avalanche a 2-1 victory over the San Jose Sharks on Monday night and sent the Western Conference semifinal playoff series back to Colorado for a deciding Game 7. The game was marked by a substantial earthquake that shook the arena with about nine minutes left in the third period.
January 30, 2007 |
The Ducks are one of several teams that have had contact with the Philadelphia Flyers about acquiring center Peter Forsberg if the Flyers decide to put him on the block before the Feb. 27 trade deadline. Philadelphia has a league-worst 12-32-5 record and Forsberg, who turns 34 in July, has been the subject of trade talk most of this season. The Ducks are closely monitoring his availability, according to a source.
February 19, 1997 |
Colorado Avalanche center Peter Forsberg signed a new three-year contract worth as much as $12.8 million. Forsberg, 23, said he decided against becoming a free agent in July so he could stay with the Avalanche. "Happiness and winning are a priority in my life, and I know I will have that playing in Colorado," he said. * The NHL and its players' association have signed a multiyear agreement to jointly market the game and its players.