Colorado Avalanche Final Season Grades, A-L

Posted: 2nd May 2010 by James Crider in NHL
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With the Avalanche's 2010 season officially rotting in the morgue, it's time to look back at the individual efforts of the players to see who was key in the Avalanche's resurgence, and who stunk the joint up. Craig Anderson: A+ . For the first time post lockout the Avalanche got top 10 goaltending, with Anderson setting numerous career bests and leading the NHL in saves. Peter Budaj: B- . He was sharp when called upon, but that only happened 11 times. Brett Clark: C+ . Clark was once again a shot blocking machine, but didn't provide as much offense as he has shown he can in the past. His defensive play ranged from excellent to awful, a problem for someone paid to log top four minutes. Kyle Cumiskey: B- . Cumiskey seemed like a long shot to make the team, but by the end of the season began ...

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