The Colorado Avalanche ultimately gave up two excellent goaltenders, Darcy Cooper, leaving Pavel Francuz. In last season’s playoff final, Pavel Frankuz’s brilliant saves and interceptions deeply moved the team leader’s determination. So, for the better future of the team, the Colorado Avalanche decided to make Pavel Francuz the starting goalie. Darcy Kuemper’s contract with Colorado Avalanche is also about to expire, so Pavel Francouz is using the playoffs as his best chance to change his fortunes.
Despite Darcy Cooper’s reluctance to take off his Colorado Avalanche jersey to say goodbye, the Washington Capitals still favor him. Last season was the first time the Washington Capitals missed the playoffs in several years, so they’re going to have to make a lot of adjustments this summer. With multiple forwards injured, the Washington Capitals have brought in new players. This season, Ovechkin’s 18th Washington Capitals jersey, will continue to be a force on the team.
Ovechkin wants to help the Washington Capitals win another Stanley Cup before retiring, so he’s happy to have Darcy Kuemper on board. Darcy Kuemper is also delighted to have Ovechkin’s support as they work together to achieve their goals. The Colorado Avalanche helped Darcy Kuemper win his first career Stanley Cup title, and he has five more years to sail before he can claim the next honor.