Tyson Barrie 4 | Defense

Colorado Avalanche

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Mon. Apr 21, 2014 Subscribe 
News: Barrie will miss the rest of the first-round playoff series against Minnesota and more. Barrie had 13 goals and 25 assists in the regular season. Impact: Coach Patrick Roy said after the Wild's 1-0 overtime win Monday that Barrie has a medial collateral ligament injury in his left knee and will need four to six weeks to recover. Barrie was hurt in the second period when Wild left wing Matt Cooke delivered a knee-on-knee hit on the open ice. Roy said the play warranted more punishment than Cooke's two-minute minor penalty.(STATS, 11:27pm)
Mon. Apr 21, 2014
News: Barrie will be out for four-to-six weeks due to a sprained MCL, Altitude TV's Marc Moser reports. Impact: Minnesota's Matt Cooke, who isn't exactly known for clean play, caught Barrie with a knee-to-knee hit that looked rather intentional. The Avs will likely be without their up-and-coming blueliner for the rest of the playoffs, but Barrie would perhaps stand a chance to return should his team make a deep run.(RotoWire, )
Mon. Apr 21, 2014
News: Barrie left Monday's Game 3 against the Wild after taking a knee-to-knee hit from Minnesota's Matt Cooke, Adrian Dater of the Denver Post reports. Barrie appears doubtful to return. Impact: Cooke received a two-minute penalty for the hit, but it wouldn't be a surprised if he receives some sort of suspension for what appeared to be a dirty play. Barrie's availability for the rest of the series would seem to be in jeopardy as well, but we probably won't know the full extent of his injury until after Game 3. The second-year defender had two points and a plus-3 rating in the series prior to suffering the injury.(RotoWire, )
Thu. Apr 17, 2014
News: Barrie dished out two assists in Thursday's Game 1 overtime win against Minnesota -- his first NHL playoff game. Impact: They were big assists, too -- though both of the secondary variety, one came on Ryan O'Reilly's game-tying second-period goal, the other on Paul Stastny's overtime winner.(RotoWire, )
Apr 13, 2014
News: Barrie (upper body) will return for Game 1 of the playoffs Thursday. Impact: Avs fans should be ecstatic at coach Patrick Roy's announcement, as Colorado's 38-point rearguard will return just two games after suffering an upper-body injury on a massive blindside hit by the Sharks' Jason Demers. Barrie has been a dynamic force from the back for the Avs all year long, and has garnered a significant amount of attention recently for his five game-winning goals, three of which came in overtime. Regardless of whether the Avs get swept in the first round or go all the way to drink from the silver chalice, be sure not to sleep on this kid in next year's drafts.(RotoWire, )
Sun. Apr 13, 2014
News: Barrie was hurt when he was hit high in the first period Friday by Jason Demers. Impact: Barrie stayed in the game for the rest of the period but didn't play after that because of an upper-body injury.(STATS, 12:33pm)
Fri. Apr 11, 2014
News: Barrie left with an upper-body injury in the second period of Friday's game against the Sharks, Terry Frei of the Denver Post reports. Impact: Barrie was blindsided by a questionable hit in the first by the Sharks' Jason Demers. He actually returned to action after not starting the second, but would leave again permanently soon after. With the playoffs getting underway in less than a week, losing the dynamic blueliner for any amount of time would be a devastating blow to the Avs, who are already jockeying with St. Louis for the Central Division title without the services of stud Matt Duchene and John Mitchell - who is sitting out his first game with "headaches" and a possible concussion. The Avs close out their regular season on the road at Anaheim on Sunday; stay tuned for more information.(RotoWire, )
Thu. Apr 10, 2014
News: After undressing Vancouver's Alex Edler with a slick toe-drag on a two-on-one, Barrie whistled his 13th goal of the season past a helpless Jacob Markstrom in Thursday's 4-2 win. Impact: By now, it's no secret that Barrie is having a tremendous season for the Avs. The British Columbian's 38 points put him in a three-way tie for 25th overall in scoring among blueliners, while his five game-winning goals trail only the Penguins' Matt Niskanen and the Coyotes' Oliver Ekman-Larsson among D-men. Barrie's impressive plus-18 rating also places him 16th overall at his position. Curiously enough, his average ice time is down almost three full minutes per game from last season (21:35 to 18:40), so maybe he's felt fresher with an extra spring in his step in 2013-14. Whatever the reason, hopefully you clued in early enough to reap the rewards of the former 64th-overall pick's breakout campaign.(RotoWire, )
Tyson Barrie
2013-14 Season
Ht: 5' 10"  Wt: 190  Age: 22
Born: 7/26/1991, Victoria, British Columbia
Shoots: right
Drafted: 2009 - Rd 3
(64th overall by the Avalanche)
Injury Status
Day to day. (Knee)