Monthly Archives: January 2012

Mammoth Extend Knighthawk’s Losing Streak

Sunday, January 29, 2012
By Melissa Dafni

The last time the Knighthawks played in Denver, John Grant Jr played for the other team. After the Orlando Titans disbanded, the Colorado Mammoth acquired Matt Vinc in the dispersal draft, however, he refused to play for Colorado. Something Willie B. Hung took great delight in taunting during the game as the Mammoth took the […]

Jack del Rio lands Broncos defensive coordinator gig

Saturday, January 28, 2012
By Ian Cerveny

The Broncos will look to Del Rio to provide stability at defensive coordinator. Jack is Denver’s 7th new defensive coordinator in as many seasons.

Nuggets sign Gallinari for four years $42 million

Wednesday, January 25, 2012
By Ian Cerveny

Just four days after Danilo Gallinari outplayed Carmelo Anthony in a Nuggets win in New York City, the Italian forward has signed a four-year $42 million dollar extension to stay in Denver.

Karl has Nuggets humming atop West

Tuesday, January 24, 2012
By Ian Cerveny

With Carmelo Anthony slowing the offense to a crawl in New York, the Nuggets have the cap space and floor time to run the most dynamic, team-oriented style in the league.

Mammoth Victorious in Battle of Alberta

Sunday, January 22, 2012
By Melissa Dafni

While the term Battle of Alberta is usually reserved for when Edmonton and Calgary face off, the past few seasons, the Mammoth have had their own Battle of Alberta facing off against both Edmonton and Calgary in back to back games. Playing a barn to barn game is tough enough but at least you’re playing […]

Nuggets trump Melo in New York

Sunday, January 22, 2012
By Ian Cerveny

The Nuggets managed to grind out a 119-114 double-overtime win in NYC thanks to Gallinari’s dominant play. Gallo outplayed Melo in virtually every aspect of the game on Saturday night in Manhattan.

At 10 wins Nuggets taking shape

Thursday, January 19, 2012
By Ian Cerveny

With a healthy and energized George Karl at the helm, the Nuggets may not be far off from realizing their potential as an elite Western Conference contender.

Rockies depart from youth movement, sign Moyer to minor-league deal

Thursday, January 19, 2012
By Jason Ackerman

The average age of the Colorado Rockies pitching staff just took a significant increase. The Rockies signed 49-year old Jamie Moyer to a minor league deal with an invitation to spring training. That means that in just over 4 weeks, a man will take the field at Talking Stick who has nickels under the cushions of his couch that have been there longer than Rockies young pitching phenom Drew Pomeranz has been alive.

Rockies continue facelift, trade Seth Smith to Oakland

Monday, January 16, 2012
By Jason Ackerman

Seth Smith becomes the latest victim (or winner?) in the Get Rid of Underperforming Young Talent Sweepstakes. The Rockies have almost completed their 180 degree turn, having already given up on Garrett Atkins, Brad Hawpe, Chris Iannetta, Greg Reynolds and Ian Stewart.

Mammoth Win by a Langtry

Sunday, January 15, 2012
By Melissa Dafni

How fitting is it though that on the night the Mammoth retires Brian Langtry’s number 6 jersey, the Mammoth win by six goals?