Jared Cowen

#32D,
Height: 6' 5"
Weight: 238
Born:
Birth Place: Saskatoon, Saskatchewan
Draft: 2009 1st round (9th pick) by the
Shoots: L
  • Colorado Avalanche send Conor Timmins back to junior
    Mile High Hockey

    Colorado Avalanche send Conor Timmins back to junior

    Though he wasn’t a part of the big cut that happened on Monday, it looks as though the Colorado Avalanche have sent Conor Timmins back to the OHL. Timmins took to Instagram to thank the Avs for a great training camp and mention that he’s on his way to get his season started with the Soo Greyhounds. Those around the OHL expected the 19-year old defenseman back this week, so the post from Timmins just confirms what was expected. Timmins looked great in camp and was a bit of a surprise during his two games of preseason action. He doesn't yet have a contract, but don’t be surprised if the team signs him to his ELC long before he returns to camp next summer. He will return to a Greyhounds team that

  • NHL players that are no longer among Top 50 best
    Puck Daddy19 minutes ago

    NHL players that are no longer among Top 50 best

    * Toronto Maple Leafs center Auston Matthews, after one season, is No. 10, ahead of Nicklas Backstrom and John Tavares. Toronto Maple Leafs forward Mitch Marner, after one season, is No. 50, ahead of … everyone not on the list, especially Willie Nylander, who is better. * Only five of the top 50 players are goalies.

  • 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