Eddie's Jersey Room

Colorado Avalanche NHL game worn used hockey jerseys

Eddie's Jersey Room

A visual resource for the historical research of Colorado Avalanche game-worn hockey jerseys, their characteristics, and the players who have worn them.

Thank you to everyone who has supported and used this site over the years. I do not anticipate updating seasonal information beyond the 2018-2019 season. I created this site at a time when information was difficult to come by. Online resources have become plentiful, collectors much more knowledgeable, and information more available. I think this is a good place to stop.

— Eddie

This site has been created for game-worn enthusiasts, as well as those who want to learn more about the uniform history of the Colorado Avalanche. The site features jerseys largely from my personal collection, and I am always happy to answer questions relating to the team's uniform history. Unless specifically stated otherwise, all jerseys on this site have been worn on-ice in NHL competition.

Seeking the following gameworn jerseys for my collection:
  • Mike Ricci, home or away, 1995-96, 1996-97, 1997-98
  • Ryan O'Reilly, white #90
  • 2014-2015, burgundy with team documentation, no specific player
  • Sakic retirement night w/19 patch (10.01.2009)
  • Forsberg retirement night w/21 patch (10.08.2011)

Please contact me if you can help. Thank you!


Avalanche All-Time Top Twenty

Player biographies have largely been copied from the HHOF website, with edits as needed.

Statistics: Active statistics courtesy of HockeyDB.com. Stats for players no longer active have been copied from various sources, as they no longer need to be updated, however I still use HockeyDB.com as my primary source. I try to stay on top of this as I can.

Sources: Jerseys in my collection and related information have been acquired through many sources and collectors, and I apologize for names that may be missed here. Thanks to the following: The Colorado Avalanche, Heather and KSE, Lesley Linscott, The MeiGray Group--Barry Meisel and his great staff, Brian Rogers and The Detroit Hockey Company, Raifie Bass, Mike Behun, Milton Byron, Steve Depault, Sean Dixon, Rob Dobson, Jacob Dubin, Rich Ellis, Johnny Chou, Daniel Granberg, Marc Juergensohn, Lonnie Keene, Kraig Knight, Ed Korber, Joric McLean, Jim Montague, Dan Morris, Cody Nicoll, Stu Oxenhorn, Larry Pelliccioni, Roger Rensch, Bob Roche, Tony Stoble, Vince Talavera Tommasi, Brad Thiboudeau, Joe Toman, Chuck Van Devander, Jay Vean, Tim Wachter, Boris Wiedemeyer.