Sports weekend roundup: What you missed while you were hiking, biking or grilling

The U.S. men’s team couldn’t get it done in Copa America, the Avalanche picked 10th in the NHL Draft and the Rockies got dinged up in a win.

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The Colorado Avalanche grabbed Tyson Jost, an 18-year-old Canadian center, with the No. 10 pick in the NHL Draft. Then they drafted wingers, defensemen and a goalie to complete their collection. (NHL)

The Rockies suffered some bumps and bruises, but pulled out a 9-7 win over the Diamondbacks. (MLB)

Speaking of the Rockies, an old fan favorite is making his return to Coors Field tonight. You might have heard his name before. (DP)

The U.S. men’s national team had their chances in the Copa America third-place game against Columbia but came up empty in a 1-0 loss. (ESPN)

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