With little over the half-point of most leagues reached, several of the prospects of the Colorado Avalanche have already reached or are on pace to reach stats that qualifies them for the Mountain Dew endorsement. Here's a short view at who have made it and who are on pace for it. Here are the Avalanche prospects from AHL, RSL and SEL who the Avalanche are hoping to bring in some extra money. Junior league players to be added soon. AHL: Eric Fehr: 40 points in 38 games Blake Comeau: 27 points in 39 games - Blake is on pace for around 50 points in his rookie season in AHL, and unless he gets a longer injury or call-up, he should be a fairly safe player to be a MD-player. Jimmy Sharrow: 18 points in 39 games - Jimmy still needs 12 points, so by keeping up the point production in the 2nd half, he should be a MD-player for the Avalanche. Mark Mancari: 31 points in 30 games - Mark missed 10 games due to injury, but is on pace to make the MD-limits for AHL forwards. This even if he has spent some time as a defenseman. RSL: Sergei Shirokov: 30 points in 40 games - Sergei has taken the full advantage of the increased ice time by the coach. To show he's not all about points, he also leads the team in +/- with a +7. SEL: Nicklas BÃ¤ckstrÃ¶m: 38 points in 37 games - Nicklas has already reached the 30 SEL-points required to qualify him for the MD-endorsement. Before the WJC, he was on pace to challenge for the league scoring title, but has slowed down a bit since. Ranks 12th in the league in points, and without the WJC he'd probably be in the top 5.