It is with tremendous sadness that the Colorado Avalanche announces the passing of Peter McNab. McNab was a beloved member of our hockey community and most recently served as Head Coach of the Denver Cutthroats of the ECHL. McNab passed away after a long battle with cancer at the age of 54. Our thoughts and prayers are with his family and friends during this difficult time.

McNab was found dead in his home on Saturday

On Saturday, February 11th, 2015, it was confirmed that Peter McNab had died as a result of an apparent suicide. McNab had been under emotional distress in recent weeks and had been struggling with personal issues. The cause of death has yet to be released, but authorities are treating the case as a suicide.

McNab was a key part of the Colorado Avalanche during their Stanley Cup run in 2006. He scored 18 goals and added 43 assists during the playoffs en route to the cup victory. McNab also enjoyed success with the Toronto Maple Leafs and Detroit Red Wings earlier in his career. He leaves behind his wife and two young children.

The cause of death is still unknown

The cause of death is still unknown for Peter McNab, the Avalanche player who tragically passed away in a car accident earlier this month. The Colorado Avalanche released a statement expressing their condolences to McNab’s family and friends, but they have not yet released any information about the cause of his death. Authorities are currently investigating the crash to determine what caused it. McNab was 27 years old and leaves behind a wife and two young children.

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McNab was a well-known figure in the Avalanche organization

Peter McNab was a well-known figure in the Avalanche organization and played a big role in the team’s rise to prominence in the late 1990s. McNab, who was born in Canada, spent his entire career with the Avalanche, playing parts of eight seasons with the club. He is best known for his time with the team from 1997-2002, during which he recorded 161 points (67 goals, 98 assists) in 246 regular season games.

McNab also played six playoff games during that time frame, recording one goal and one assist. In 2002, McNab signed as a free agent with the New Jersey Devils but only played two games before retiring due to injury. McNab passed away on July 2nd at the age of 43 after a long battle with cancer.

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