Tomas Vincour

RW / Colorado Avalanche / EXP: YRS Height: Weight: lb Age: College: None

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    • Avs' Vincour Signs With Foreign Club

      News: Tomas Vincour signed a one-year contract with Sibir Novosibirsk of the KHL, General Fanager reports.
      Analysis: Tomas Vincour didn't receive a qualifying offer from the Avalanche after skating in seven games with the big club a season ago. The 24-year-old will aim to restore some value overseas before potentially pursuing an NHL return next summer.
    • Avs' Vincour Reassigned

      News: Tomas Vincour was reassigned to AHL Lake Erie on Monday.
      Analysis: The Avs decided to swap out Tomas Vincour and Michael Sgarbossa in their bottom six for Paul Carey and Borna Rendulic, both of whom were called up from Lake Erie in corresponding moves. Vincour notched one point in seven games with the parent club.
    • Avs' Vincour Okay After Injury Scare

      News: Tomas Vincour is okay after hurting his foot in Saturday's game, as he skated in practice Sunday, reports Adrian Dater of the Denver Post.
      Analysis: Thus the 24-year-old appears likely to occupy a fourth-line role once more for the Avs on Tuesday.
    • Avs' Vincour Injures Foot

      News: Tomas Vincour underwent X-rays on his left foot after Saturday's game, the Denver Post's Adrian Dater reports.
      Analysis: Tomas Vincour took a shot off his left leg/foot in the third period. No word yet on the results of the X-rays, but this injury could result in Vincour being sent back to the AHL.
    • Avs Recall Vincour

      News: Tomas Vincour was recalled from AHL Lake Erie on Friday.
      Analysis: With Jesse Winchester still recovering from a concussion, Tomas Vincour will provide the Avs with some much-needed depth at center. In 88 career NHL games, Vincour has scored seven goals and tallied nine assists with a minus-8 rating.
    • Avs Waive Vincour

      News: Tomas Vincour (undisclosed) was waived by the Avalanche on Tuesday, Pierre LeBrun of reports.
      Analysis: Tomas Vincour has been out since training camp due to injury, but now that he's fully healthy, the team has to take him off their non-roster injury list. The Avalanche have no desire to keep him with the parent club, so they'll have to expose him to the waiver process before he settles in at AHL Lake Erie.
    • Vincour Returns From KHL To Join Avs

      News: Tomas Vincour signed a one-year, two-way contract with the Avalanche on Wednesday, Renaud Lavoie of TVA Sports reports.
      Analysis: After receiving mild NHL interest last offseason, Tomas Vincour defected to the KHL, where he totaled six goals and five assists in 39 games for Kazan Ak-Bars. The production was enough for him to earn a contract with the Avs, with whom he suited up for two games during his last taste of NHL action. Given the team's crowded forward picture at the moment, it seems likely Vincour spends most -- if not all -- of 2014-15 at AHL Lake Erie.
    • Vincour No Longer Wanted By Avs, Playing In KHL

      News: Tomas Vincour currently has nine points in 37 games playing for Kazan Ak-Bars of the KHL.
      Analysis: Tomas Vincour played just 15 games for the Dallas Stars in 2012-13 before being traded to Colorado, but the Avs decided not to re-sign him at the end of the season. Vincour subsequently bolted for the KHL, where he remains currently.
    • Stars Trade Vincour To Avalanche

      News: The Stars traded Tomas Vincour to the Avalanche on Tuesday in exchange for minor leaguer Cameron Gaunce, Mike Eika of the Dallas Morning News reports.
      Analysis: Tomas Vincour has split the season between Dallas and AHL Texas, but he appeared in the last six games for the Stars and tallied a goal and an assist. Vincour could see immediate action with a few Avs forwards banged up, but don't expect a major change in his fantasy value.
    • Stars Recall Vincour

      News: The Stars have recalled Tomas Vincour, the team's official site reports
      Analysis: Tomas Vincour is cycled back into the Stars' depth forward mix Monday, with Matt Fraser headed to AHL Texas in a corresponding move.
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