Watch: Two Colorado Avalanche Players take on a haunted house

By Elizabeth Weiler on October 18, 2023
LAS VEGAS, NEVADA – OCTOBER 14: A zombie character menaces guests riding in a cart at the Fright Ride immersive haunted attraction on October 14, 2020 in Las Vegas, Nevada. The creative team from the Fright Dome attraction made the new experience after seeing how the coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic was shutting down many Halloween events across the country and decimating the entertainment industry in Las Vegas. Guests are driven through the 75,000-square-foot “research lab” on electric carts in groups of six or less to maintain social distancing. Other safety protocols in place include face coverings required for all guests, staff and actors, enhanced cleaning procedures and visit-specific entry times for all patrons. (Photo by Ethan Miller/Getty Images)

Denver, CO — Although since moved on from the Colorado Avalanche hockey team, two former members went to a Colorado haunted house. Before their moves to the Detroit Red Wings and the Buffalo Sabres, T.J. Compher and Tyson Jost braved a spooky haunted house last year. Screams were not sparse from the two athletes, “My ego is a bit hurt, I didn’t think i’d get that scared,” one player said. 


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