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So the Avs have a boatload of cap space going into July, and have very few needs. This leads itself well to making a big splash in Free Agency. Their are a boatload of options on the table, including Forsberg, Hannan, Drury, Gomez, Smyth, Briere and nearly every other non-goalie Free agent.

Yet in Scott Burnside's analysis of Free Agents Colorado gets mentioned once (Forsberg). Seriously? A team that nearly made the playoffs, needs a little help and has a boatload of young good players isn't going to sign a veteran or two to help with the playoff run next season? Especially when they need a good physical presence on the blue line, or a compliment to Statsny and Hejduk on the second line?

I know he's thinking about all 30 teams and may overlook something, but how can you not say Colorado is barely looking at free agents? Oye