Colorado Avalanche Captain Gabe Landeskog Takes A New Job
Gabriel Landeskog has been the captain of the Colorado Avalanche since he was 19 years old. He's battle-tested, been through the wars, and now can officially call himself a Stanley Cup Champion. He's going out on top.
So if you or someone you know is down around Aurora today. You can check out the Captain himself as he hands out some deliciousness that is Raising Cane's.
Landeskog will be working the drive-thru like he works defenseman on the ice. Okay, so he's not going to be checking anyone aggressively or shooting pucks at anyone, but he will be greeting customers and handing out some orders between 1 pm and 2 pm today (June 29th) at the Raising Canes in Aurora at 14241 E Alameda Avenue.
If you can't make it down there to get some snacks with Captain Landeskog, you can see him up close tomorrow during the Stanley Cup parade and rally in Downtown Denver.
Just for funsies, let's take a look at the awesomeness of Gabriel Landeskog.
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