How Denver’s other teams celebrated the Avalanche’s Stanley Cup

Jun 26, 2022, 9:15 PM | Updated: 9:32 pm
Landeskog with the Stanley Cup...
(Photo by Bruce Bennett/Getty Images)
(Photo by Bruce Bennett/Getty Images)

Denver teams and athletes hopped on the Avalanche’s bandwagon as they made their 16-4 playoff run to the team’s third Stanley Cup.

Here’s how some of them reacted after the Avalanche finished off the Tampa Bay Lightning on Sunday night:

Denver Broncos:

Denver Pioneers:

Denver Nuggets:

Colorado Rapids:

Colorado Rockies:

(Seems to be a theme here with of these.)



Broncos offensive tackle Calvin Anderson:

Broncos left tackle Garett Bolles:

Rockies pitcher Kyle Freeland:

Broncos safety: Kareem Jackson:

Broncos kicker: Brandon McManus:

Broncos wide receiver Tim Patrick:

Broncos nose tackle and Highlands Ranch native Mike Purcell:

Broncos safety J.R. Reed:

Broncos safety Justin Simmons:

Broncos cornerback Pat Surtain II:

Broncos defensive end DeShawn Williams:



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