Timmins notched an assist and three shots on goal in Wednesday's 3-2 loss to the Sharks.
Timmins earned the secondary helper on Andre Burakovsky's goal in the second period. The 22-year-old Timmins has appeared in nine straight games, earning four assists in that span. That accounts for all of the young blueliner's offense through 26 contests this season.
Timmins was reassigned to AHL Colorado on Monday, Adrian Dater of ColoradoHockeyNow.com reports.
Timmins missed the entirety of the 2018-19 campaign due to a concussion, but was able to secure a spot on the 23-man roster to start the year. The youngster averaged just 10:25 of ice time through the first two games, which is why the club wants him with the Eagles. The Ontario native should log closer to 20 minutes per game in the minors and figures to remain atop the list of potential call-ups throughout the season.
Timmins was not one of the final players reassigned to the AHL, which means he will begin the 2019-20 season with the Avalanche, Adrian Dater of ColoradoHockeyNow.com reports.
The Avalanche reassigned Kevin Connauton and Calle Rosen to make room for Timmins on the blue line, which is certainly surprising. Timmins will likely make his NHL debut as a third-pairing defenseman against the Flames on Thursday. He didn't play at all last season because of a concussion, but in 2017-18, Timmins posted eight goals with 41 points in 36 OHL contests.
Timmins (concussion) will join AHL Colorado to continue his recovery, Ryan S. Clark of The Athletic reports.
While Timmins has been skating with the team lately, his demotion to the minors should be considered a step in the right direction. When he might dress for the Eagles remains to be seen, but if he can get his legs back under him quickly, he could still earn a call-up at some point this season.
Timmins (concussion) is back in Colorado getting some work in with the coaching staff ahead of Friday's practice, Ryan S. Clark of The Athletic reports.
While Timmins is still dealing with concussion-like symptoms, it's a step forward that he is back with the team after having been sent home in October to recover there. Once given the green light, the blueliner will almost certainly be sent down to the minors, rather than occupy a spot on the 23-man roster once taken off non-roster injured reserve.
Timmins (concussion) will not join the Avalanche on their upcoming four game road trip, Mike Chambers of The Denver Post reports.
Timmins' injury is not progressing as well as the team had hoped, so he's been ruled out until Oct. 24 at the very least. The exciting prospect should be ready to make his NHL debut once healthy, but recovery timetables for concussions are never easy to pinpoint.
Timmins (concussion) was placed on non-roster injured reserve Tuesday, Ryan S. Clark of The Athletic reports.
Timmins is week-to-week with his injury, with his IR placement clearing a roster spot for the Avalanche ahead of Thursday's season home opener versus the Wild. The Ontario native delivered 19 goals and 96 assists over 163 games for the OHL's Greyhounds between 2015-18.
Timmins (concussion) is considered week-to-week, which could see him miss the bulk of training camp, Mike Chambers of The Denver Post reports.
Given the organization's depth on the blue line, Timmins was a longshot to make the Opening Night roster, but an extended absence all but guarantees the Ontario native will find himself playing either back with his junior team or with newly formed AHL Colorado this season.
Timmins (concussion) skated Friday to supplement passing and shooting drills, The Hockey Writers reports.
Timmins appears to be getting some extra work in ahead of training camp, which isn't a bad idea for a young player coming off a significant injury. Turning 20 years old Sept. 18, Timmins will look to take the next leap forward in his development after spending three seasons with the OHL's Sault Ste. Marie Greyhounds, with whom he's added 19 goals and 96 assists over 163 games. He was Colorado's 2017 second-round (32nd overall) draft choice, so it would be prudent to keep tabs on the Canadian defenseman in dynasty formats.
Timmins won't participate in Colorado's development camp due to a concussion, Mike Chambers of The Denver Post reports.
The Avalanche are likely just being extra cautious with their second-round pick from the 2017 draft, and there's no reason to believe Timmins won't be ready for training camp at this juncture. The 19-year-old blueliner has been highly productive while playing for the Sault Ste. Marie Greyhounds of the OHL over the past three seasons, racking up 19 goals and 115 points in 163 contests, but he'll likely spend the majority of the 2018-19 campaign continuing his development with AHL Colorado.
Timmins signed an entry-level contract with the Avalanche on Friday.
Timmins has been playing in the OHL for the last three seasons, racking up 96 points in 97 games over the last two. The 19-year-old blueliner also won a gold medal for Team Canada in the 2018 IIHF World Junior Championships. The 2017 second-round draft pick will likely finish the season with AHL San Antonio, but he should have a shot to make a NHL impact when training camp rolls around.
Timmins racked up five assists in OHL Sault Ste. Marie's 7-0 shutout win over Flint on Saturday.
Four of Timmins' five helpers were of the primary variety. The rearguard is now averaging better than a point-per-game mark with a goal and 14 assists through 13 games for the Greyhounds while getting a boatload of ice time in all situations. He is another year or two away, but it would be a surprise if Colorado's second-round pick this past June didn't turn into a useful NHL player in some capacity.
Timmons was sent by the Avalanche to OHL Sault Ste. Marie for the 2017-18 season on Tuesday, Mike Chambers of The Denver Post reports.
Colorado has decided to let its 2017 second-round pick spend another season with his junior team to develop further. Timmons was dominant in the 2016-17 season in the OHL, recording 61 points and a fantastic plus-53 rating in 67 games. The 19-year-old will look to crack Colorado's roster next season.
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|04/24||@ STL||L 3-5||0||0||0||0||9:34|
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