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Colorado Avalanche Find New Head Coach in Jared Bednar

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Jared Bednar

Alexander Garbiso works as an Onnit-certified personal trainer and independent contractor with Mile High Nutrition and Fitness. When he is not working, Alexander Garbiso enjoys hockey, and his favorite professional team is the Colorado Avalanche.

The Avalanche recently announced via Twitter that they had hired a new head coach, Jared Bednar.

Last season, Jared Bednar led the former Lake Erie Monsters (since renamed the Cleveland Monsters) to win the Calder Cup, making him no stranger to championship teams. After coaching the Monsters for two seasons, Bednar’s record stood at 81-60-29. He also coached the South Carolina Stingrays to a Kelly Cup victory in the 2008-09 season.

Trent Vogelhuber, a free agent who recently signed with the Avalanche, said Bednar is a perfect balance – a player’s coach who also knows how to provide stern discipline when needed. Vogelhuber previously played under Bednar on the Monsters.

When asked about the move, Jared Bednar said he looked forward to the new challenge, assuring fans he was ready for the role.

Colorado May Have Too Many Multifamily Homes, Experts Suggest




Personal trainer Alexander Garbiso owns Mile High Nutrition and Fitness. Alongside his work in the fitness industry, Alexander Garbiso is working toward a new career in real estate. As he pursues this goal, he keeps a watchful eye on market conditions in the Colorado area.

After the housing bubble collapse of 2007, Colorado’s younger residents became increasingly hesitant to purchase property. Many economically insecure millennials chose to continue renting, favoring the low financial risks of that lifestyle. Developers responded, turning away from single-family projects in favor of multifamily developments, such as apartments. These trends continue today, and experts project 10,000 apartment units to be built annually for the next couple of years.

Some analysts are concerned that the influx of multifamily properties constitutes overbuilding. As those reluctant millennials eventually become secure in their careers, they will begin to seek out entry-level homes. This could leave thousands of apartments vacant and potentially lead to further problems in the local real estate market.