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Colorado Avalanche center Matt Duchene splits defenders Nashville Predators defenseman Roman Josi and Kevin Klein as he skates in for a shot on goal and score during the third period Nov. 6 at Pepsi Center.
I've got the dreaded head-moving-to-chest cold and am going to give you an unedited running tally of tonight's game.
Our beloved Monsters [12-10-1] travel to Central New York this week for 2 games against the Amerks [10-10-4], one indoor & one outdoor, and a Sunday afternoon tilt versus the Comets [6-14-2] in Utica.
"I hope to God it all pans out well and maybe he can somehow reach an agreement with his princess and finally she'd be given a green card, which she really wants," said Kovalchuk, who's in his first season with KHL St. Petersburg after several years of stardom in the NHL.
The Avalanche, losers of three of its last four games, will get some defensive reinforcements back in a few days.
There once was a time in the land of Denver when getting actual information out of the Avalanche organization was akin to pulling hippo teeth.
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Antoine Vermette scored two goals, Thomas Greiss stopped 29 shots and the Phoenix Coyotes beat the Colorado Avalanche 3-1 on Tuesday night.
There are certain laws of hockey in the last few years that seem immutable. Finish your check and go hard to the net are two.
The Avalanche got some bad news Tuesday morning: Alex Tanguay, the valuable left winger, has had a setback in his recovery from a knee injury and is back to being listed as out indefinitely.
While thankfully the Avalanche haven't reverted to the same form they've become prone to in recent seasons, they certainly are not winning like the did in October.
The Phoenix Coyotes wrap-up a four-game road trip in Colorado tonight. Phoenix is .500 on the trip thus far and has fallen out of the top-eight in the West.
The Avs return home from the Great Slightly More Frozen Than The Rest Of Us North to take on the slumping Coyotes Phoenix are one of those rare clubs the Avs don't have a massive games-in-hand tally against.
Avalanche forward Max Talbot, controlling the puck against Sheldon Brookbank of the Chicago Blackhawks, has performed well on the penalty kill, coach Patrick Roy notes.
Dec 8, 2013; Vancouver, British Columbia, CAN; Vancouver Canucks forward Ryan Kesler scores against Colorado Avalanche goaltender Jean-Sebastien Giguere and forward Gabriel Landeskog during the third period at Rogers Arena.