Avs Prospects Signing Tracker - June 25 2016

Update: Andreas Martinsen
Player Team League Status
CHL (June 1, 2016)
Conner Bleackley RED WHL 2/29, traded to AZ (NHL)
Nick Magyar KIT OHL 6/1, rights expired
Julien Nantel ROU QMJHL 3/9, 3-YR ELC, COL (NHL)
Alexis Pepin VAL QMJHL 6/1, rights expired
Kyle Wood NOR OHL 2/29, traded to AZ (NHL)
Europe (June 1, 2016)
Anton Lindholm SKE SHL 5/24, 3-YR ELC, COL (NHL)
NHL (Two-Way/ELC - July 1, 2016)
Nathan MacKinnon COL NHL RFA
Andreas Martinsen COL NHL 6/24, 1-HR, COL (NHL)
Patrick Bordeleau SAN AHL UFA
Joey Hishon SAN AHL 5/2, 2-YR, Jokerit (KHL)
Taylor Beck SAN AHL RFA (arb. eligible)
Duncan Siemens SAN AHL RFA
Brandon Gormley SAN AHL RFA (arb. eligible)
Nate Guenin SAN AHL UFA
Sami Aittokallio KAR Liiga RFA
Ben Street SAN AHL UFA
Maxim Noreau SAN AHL 4/25, 2-YR, SC Bern (NLA)
Borna Rendulic SAN AHL RFA (arb. eligible)
Garrett Meurs FTW ECHL RFA
Dennis Everberg SAN AHL 5/6, 2-YR Vaxjo (SHL)
Andrew Agozzino SAN AHL UFA
Trevor Cheek FTW ECHL RFA
Gabriel Beaupre FTW ECHL RFA
Roman Will SAN AHL 5/10, 1-YR Bili Tygri Liberec (Czech)
Other Signings
JT Compher UM B10 4/25, 3-YR ELC, COL (NHL)
Andrei Mironov DM KHL 5/1, 1-YR extension
Sergei Boikov DRU QMJHL 5/27, 3-YR ELC, COL (NHL)
Gustav Olhaver SC WHL 5/27, 1-YR Rogle BK J20 (SuperElit)

Avs Select Travis Barron 191st Overall

The Avs finish the draft by selecting Travis Barron out of Ottawa (OHL). Barron contributed 37 points in 60 games for the 67's this past season.

Described as a hard-nosed player, Barron's offensive numbers have not been as productive as expected. This is taking into account that he was drafted third overall in the 2014 OHL Priority Selection Draft. Yet, Barron doesn't turn 18 until August, so there is still some hope his offensive game will develop.

Avs Select Nathan Clurman 161st Overall

In round six, the Avs pick up defenseman Nathan Clurman. Clurman, who was born in Boulder, CO, spent last season at the Culver Military Academy Prep, where he had 16 points in 20 games.

Clurman will play for Tri-City (USHL) this upcoming season and join Notre Dame (B10) in the fall of 2017.

Avs Select Adam Werner 131st Overall

With the departures of Sami Aittokallio and Roman Will over the last couple of years, and with the recent trade of Reto Berra, the Avs suddenly have an organizational depth issue in net. Therefore, it is of no surprise that the Avalanche would snag at least one goaltender in this weekend's draft.

Adam Werner, who is 6'5", suited up for Färjestad BK's junior team last season; posting a GAA of 2.49 and save percentage of .916.

Avs Select Josh Anderson 71st Overall

The Avs go defense in the third round with the selection of Josh Anderson from Prince George (WHL). More of a defensive defenseman, and reliable on the penalty kill, Anderson had just six points in in 36 games for the Cougars.

Avs Select Cam Morrison 40th Overall

The Avs opted for winger Cameron Morrison with their second round selection on Saturday. Morrision, who is heading to Notre Dame (B10) this fall, racked up 66 points in 60 games for Youngstown (USHL) this past season.

This selection shares some similarities to an Avs pick from last year, AJ Greer. He scored a league high eight game winning goals for the Phantoms last season.

Avs Select Tyson Jost 10th Overall

The Avalanche have just selected Tyson Jost 10th overall in the 2016 NHL Entry Draft. Jost, who will be attending the University of North Dakota this fall, tore up the British Columbia Hockey League (BCHL) this past season with 104 points in 48 games. While there is some concern about the strength of the BCHL, Jost will be joining a college program that is coming off a national championship.

More to come...