Daniel Briere

#48C,
Height: 5' 9"
Weight: 174
Born:
Birth Place: Gatineau, Quebec
Draft: 1996 1st round (24th pick) by the
Shoots: R
  • Morning Flurries: Colorado Avalanche crush the Wild and the Rocket scores another assist
    Mile High Hockey

    Morning Flurries: Colorado Avalanche crush the Wild and the Rocket scores another assist

    The Avs took down the Wild 5-1 in the second game of their home-and-home series. Nathan MacKinnon netted 2 powerplay goals and an assist, Gabriel Landeskog sauced up 2 assists as well. Check out some highlights: Be sure to listen to the radio broadcast or look to twitter for highlights tonight at 6:30PM as the Avalanche take on the Dallas Stars. The game will not be broadcast on TV. Rest of the League Maurice ‘The Rocket’ Richard has had his point total raised to 966 with a mistranscribed assist that mistakenly went to Emile Bouchard. [TSN] With all of the political nonsense going on, the Pittsburgh Pengiuns released a statement today regarding their traditional visit to the White House. The

  • Fox News

    Wild suffer first preseason loss to Avs

    The Minnesota Wild got out to a 1-0 lead after one period, but the Colorado Avalanche responded with five unanswered goals of their own to hand Minnesota its first loss of the preseason, 5-1. More Wild coverage Wild suffer first preseason loss to Avs Photos of the Week 9/17/17 -- 9/23/17 Dubnyk sharp in goal as Wild improve to 3-0 in preseason WATCH: Granlund, Dumba power-play goals help Wild top Avs Preseason Q&A with FOX Sports North's Wild experts Newcomer Marcus Foligno scored the lone Wild goal with a tip-in up front on the power play with under one minute to go in the first period. Colorado scored two goals in the second period and three more in the third. Minnesota had won its first three

  • Preseason Preview: Stars Host Avalanche In First of Back-To-Back Games (7:30 PM CDT)
    Defending Big D

    Preseason Preview: Stars Host Avalanche In First of Back-To-Back Games (7:30 PM CDT)

    With the Dallas Stars cutting their rosters down to 37 on Sunday, they’re getting one step closer to having to make some tough decisions on which players will make the 23-man roster at the NHL level prior to the season opener October 6th. The players don’t seem to be making it any easier on the coaching staff who are facing those decisions. After two fairly good wins in the preseason, the competition for roster spots is heating up and head coach Ken Hitchcock knows it. “We're going to have a lot of competition,” he said after the Stars shutout the St. Louis Blues Saturday night. Tonight will be the first half of a back-to-back home set of preseason games. They’ll use these two nights to try out