He’s really gone, you guys.
Andre Burakovsky recently arrived in Denver to begin the next phase of his career as a member of the Colorado Avalanche.
The former Capitals forward was one of about 15 players who participated in the Avs’ informal practice on Tuesday, along with notables like former teammate Philipp Grubauer and captain Gabriel Landeskog.
#Avs informal practice is about to start. Samuel Girard was first player on the ice.
Gabriel Landeskog, Cale Makar, J.T. Compher, Nikita Zadorov, Andre Burakovsky and Philipp Grubauer are among the 15 or so players here. pic.twitter.com/WbCobvHjKV
— Ryan S. Clark (@ryan_s_clark) September 3, 2019
On Labor Day, Burakovsky also posted two photos from a Denver golf course on Instagram along with his father, former NHLer Robert Burakovsky. “Denver has been great. Really starting to love this place!!” Burakovsky wrote.
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John Carlson and Tom Wilson commented on Burakovsky’s post joking “Mt Fuji tonight?”
Burakovsky will not have to wait long to play his former teammates. The Capitals take on the Avalanche on October 14.
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