Barrie was traded to Toronto along with Alex Kerfoot and a 2020 sixth-round pick in exchange for Nazem Kadri, Calle Rosen and a 2020 third-round selection Monday, Dan Rosen of NHL.com reports.
In addition, Colorado will retain half of Barrie's $5.5 million cap hit this season. The 27-year-old blueliner is coming off a career-high 59-point campaign last season. He should see plenty of power-play time and eat up minutes as a top-four defenseman in Toronto. Barrie will be an unrestricted free agent next season.
Barrie had a huge game Sunday night in Game 2 against the Sharks, posting a goal and two assists in a series-tying win.
Barrie is a huge catalyst for this Avs team - when he's on, it tends to roll. He posted 59 points in the regular season, and had five points in Colorado's first-round series win over the Flames, getting on the board in three of its four wins.
Barrie had a trio of assists -- with two coming on the power play, -- in Friday's 5-1 win over the Flames for Game 5.
The Avs' top players all clicked Friday, Barrie included. He finished the series with five helpers and 20 shots on goal in five games. Barrie will likely remain a top fantasy option on the blue line throughout Colorado's playoff run.
Barrie picked up a power-play helper, seven shots, four hits and three blocked shots in Wednesday's 3-2 overtime win over the Flames in Game 4.
Barrie has posted two assists and 18 shots over four games in the series. He had a career year with 59 points in 78 contests in the regular season, but he's played more of a supplementary role in the offense so far in the postseason.
Barrie notched an assist and six shots in Monday's 6-2 win over the Flames in Game 3.
Barrie had gone empty in the first two games of the series before assisting on the first of Nathan MacKinnon's two power-play tallies in the first period. After posting 59 points in 78 outings in the regular season, expectations are high for Barrie to play strong at both ends of the ice.
Barrie recorded a goal and an assist with a plus-5 rating in a 6-2 victory against the Oilers on Tuesday.
The 27-year-old is on the verge of posting career bests in four categories. He already has a high-water mark in the shots on goal and PIM departments, but now also has a career high in points. With one more goal, Barrie will tie his career-best mark of 14 scores from last season. Furthermore, the plus-5 rating nearly pulled Barrie out of the negative plus-minus. In 76 games, Barrie has 13 goals, 58 points, 214 shots on net, 34 PIM and a minus-1 rating this season.
Barrie scored a goal and supplied two assists, one on the power play, in Wednesday's 4-3 win over the Golden Knights.
The three-point night is his fourth such contest of the season, giving Barrie 56 points (12 goals, 44 assists) in 73 games. He's just one point shy of his career-high 57 from last season. With 25 points with the man advantage, Barrie has been a reliable contributor across virtually all fantasy formats this year.
Barrie produced a power-play assist and three shots on goal in Sunday's 2-1 overtime loss to the Blackhawks.
Barrie's shot on a two-man advantage deflected off of Alexander Kerfoot's knee and behind Blackhawks goalie Corey Crawford for the opening goal. Barrie has had a strong season with 53 points (24 on the power play) in 72 games. He also reached 200 shots for the first time his career. Barrie has nine points in 12 games in March.
Barrie contributed a goal, four shots and eight blocks in Thursday's 3-1 win over Dallas.
Barrie scored 5:19 into the third to make it 2-0, and that goal turned into the winner after Dallas got on the scoresheet later in the final frame. Four of the talented defenseman's 11 goals this season have come in the past three games.
Barrie scored two goals in Sunday's 3-0 win over the Devils.
His tally early in the second period proved to be the game-winner, and he followed it up with his ninth goal of the season about nine minutes later. Barrie has amassed three goals and 10 points in his last 13 games, with five of his helpers coming on the power play, to hit the 50-point mark for the third time in his career.
Barrie scored the game-tying goal and posted a power-play assist with four shots on net in a 4-3 overtime victory against the Red Wings on Tuesday.
With 1:35 remaining in regulation, Barrie scored on a slap shot from the point while the Avalanche goaltender was pulled to tie the game at three. Barrie also recorded his 19th helper with the man advantage during 2018-19. He has seven goals and 46 points in 63 games this season. If Barrie continues this pace, he will come very close to matching his career-best 57 points from 2017-18.
Barrie registered a pair of helpers in Monday's 4-3 overtime loss to the Panthers.
Barrie now has four assists in his last four games while adding 10 shots on goal over that span. He went cold early in February, but it appears the defender is back to churning out offense at a steady pace and should be especially useful given his average of 4:15 of power-play time.
Barrie contributed an assist on the man advantage in Saturday's 5-0 win over the Predators.
Barrie now has two goals and 18 helpers on the power play this year, accounting for just under half of his 42 points in 58 games. He added three shots to bring his season total to 155. Despite struggling to get on the scoresheet in February, Barrie remains a strong blueliner for fantasy purposes.
Barrie has only one assist in seven games since the beginning of February.
For a top-pairing defenseman with 40 points in 53 games, the drought is a bit unusual. Defensively, Barrie's struggles have mirrored the Avalanche's, as he's skated to a minus-8 rating in that span. He's also recorded 16 blocked shots, however, including seven in Thursday's 4-1 win over the Jets. Barrie likely will return to his productive ways soon enough.
Barrie ended an eight-game goal drought with a tally against Minnesota on Wednesday.
Despite the lack of goals, Barrie has continued to produce with 13 points in his last 10 outings. The blueliner has racked up 39 points in 46 contests this season and could challenge for the career-high mark he set in 2017-18 (57). Considering 18 of those 39 points have come on the power play, it's hard to knock any aspect of the 27-year-old's game. Look for him to continue to provide top-end fantasy value the rest of the year.
Barrie scored a goal and added two assists in Saturday's 7-1 rout of the Kings.
Barrie is on a three-game streak in which he has delivered five points, including four assists. He's now tied for eighth in the NHL in scoring from the blue line with 37 points. Use him well.
Barrie notched two assists in Tuesday's 7-4 defeat to Winnipeg.
Barrie has points in five straight games to the tune of one goal and seven helpers. The blueliner has been logging big minutes since returning from a four-game stint on the sidelines -- 22:59 of ice time per game -- that includes 5:23 with the man advantage. In fact, eight of the 27-year-old's 12 points over that stretch were scored on the power play.
Barrie posted three power-play assists in a 6-1 victory against the Rangers on Friday.
That's four straight games with points, and Barrie tied his season high with three assists and just as many points Friday. He's been one of the better defensemen in the league this season at racking up helpers. He has 25 of them in 38 games, giving him 30 points with further consideration to his five goals. Additionally, Barrie owns a plus-6 rating. Over the past three seasons, Barrie averaged about a minus-22 rating, so owners are not only appreciative of the additional scoring from Barrie this season but also the improved defensive metrics.
Barrie has four goals and 24 points in 33 games this season.
The Avalanche blueliner may not be scoring as much as he has in past seasons, however with 20 assists in 2018-19, Barrie is offsetting a lack of goals with an abundance of helpers. His offensive production will continue getting a boost from his power-play involvement, as Barrie has averaged 4:00 of power-play time per game to this point in the season. Don't be turned off by his mini three-game slump...he's bound to get back on track soon.
Barrie (undisclosed) will return to action Tuesday evening against host Pittsburgh.
Despite missing the past four games, Barrie is tied with four others to rank ninth among NHL defensemen in points with three goals and 17 assists. Better yet, the Avs run the league's best power play, as it's converting at a rate of 32.2 percent, and Barrie is certainly a part of that equation based on his accruing seven helpers between 3:36 of average ice time in that special teams situation.
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