Avalanche fans ready to receive 2022 Stanley Cup Final merchandise

Many stores opened Monday evening with Championship gear and more open early Tuesday.

DENVER — The Colorado Avalanche are heading to the National Hockey League Championship Series for the first time in 21 years.

Avalanche fans can celebrate the Western Conference Finals victory with the latest championship and Stanley Cup Finals merchandise, and Colorado stores are ready.

Several Denver-area Dick’s Sporting Goods stores reopen immediately after Monday night’s game with the latest assortment of NHL Finals merchandise. Many more Dick’s Sporting Goods stores will open early Tuesday at 7am.

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Dick’s Sporting Goods said fans can get their gear through the online shopping, pick up in store service. The store will also have championship gear available online, and customers can order in-store or curbside pickup within two hours of Monday’s game.

Shops reopen after Game 4 on Monday

  • Littleton (Meadows Park)
  • Champ-de-Broom
  • South West Square
  • Lakewood

Shops open Tuesday at 7 a.m.

  • Brighton
  • Longmont
  • land of love
  • Fort Collins
  • Pueblo
  • Champ-de-Broom
  • Littleton (Meadows Park)
  • South West Square
  • Lakewood

Online Fanatics the sports store was also stocked with Western Conference championship gear.

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