22-Year-Old Defenseman – Colorado Avalanche
Tyson Barrie Contract Information:
Signed an entry-level contract with Colorado in March of 2011.
Barrie picked up two assists and went plus-2 in 18:45 of ice time during Tuesday's win over the Blackhawks.
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RotoWire's Preseason Outlooks
Barrie, who turned 21 in July, joined the Avs late last season and saw limited action, registering no points in just 10 games. He struggled at times at both ends of the rink, but overall showed flashes of the offensive player he was the previous four seasons at WHL Kelowna (225 points in 249 games). Barrie is one of several very promising young defensemen who will continue to compete for a job on the Avsí blue line next season, but will likely start the year at AHL Lake Erie.
Barrie finished second in voting for the WHLís top defenseman last year - edged out by fellow Avalanche prospect Stefan Elliott - after winning the award the previous season. Barrie, who had 11 goals and 58 points this season for the Kelowna Rockets, is expected to compete for a roster spot with the Avs at training camp in September, but will likely open the season at AHL Lake Erie.
Barrie is one of a handful of offensive-minded defensemen currently in the Avs' system. He's been on a real tear for Kelowna of the WHL the past three seasons, having scored a combined 167 points in 195 games. He is expected to spend one more year playing junior before turning pro, but make no mistake - you will see him in the NHL eventually, and he'll be worth owning.