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Avs Power Past Canucks

Colorado scores five power-play goals in comeback victory

by Ron Knabenbauer @RonKnab /

VANCOUVER, British Columbia--The Colorado Avalanche's power play was so hot Tuesday night that it was nearly unstoppable.

All five of Colorado's markers came during the man advantage, and the club erased a three-goal deficit to defeat the Vancouver Canucks 5-4 in overtime at Rogers Arena.

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Avs Defense Needs Group Effort

Duncan Siemens and David Warsofsky will play at the Vancouver Canucks

by Ron Knabenbauer @RonKnab /

VANCOUVER, British Columbia--No one or two players can fill the void left by defensemen Erik Johnson and Anton Lindholm. It will have to be a group effort for the Colorado Avalanche blueliners.

Johnson and Lindholm are out indefinitely after suffering upper-body injuries in the club's last game on Sunday versus the Edmonton Oilers, and neither skater is on the Avs' three-game road trip, which kicks off tonight at the Vancouver Canucks.

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Avalanche Begins Road Trip in Vancouver

Colorado hits the road for three games in Canada

by Taylor Hodapp /

The Colorado Avalanche embarks on a three-game Canadian road trip that begins at the Vancouver Canucks on Tuesday. The Avs will wrap up a stretch that has had the club playing 13-of-16 away from home on Saturday.

Tuesday's contest is the second of three meetings between the clubs, and the last time Colorado will play in Vancouver in the 2017-18 season. The Canucks will travel to Denver on Feb. 26 to wrap up the three-game season series.

Colorado owns a 56-41-17 record against Vancouver since 1995-96 and is 28-22-8 in Vancouver during this time. The Avalanche is 31-23-4 overall this season, while the Canucks are 23-30-6.

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Avs Lose Two Defensemen In Loss To Oilers

Erik Johnson and Anton Lindholm left the contest with injuries

by Callie Parmele /

The Colorado Avalanche found itself without a couple key defensemen in the third period and fell 4-2 to the Edmonton Oilers at Pepsi Center on Sunday.

Erik Johnson left the contest early in the third period with an injury and rookie blueliner Anton Lindholm went to the dressing room with an upper-body injury at the end of the second frame.

Colorado had a 2-1 lead over the Oilers going into the final 20 minutes before Edmonton scored three unanswered markers in the stanza.

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Mistakes Hurt Avs Versus Jets

Colorado falls 6-1 in Winnipeg

by Callie Parmele /

The Colorado Avalanche had too many errors at the Winnipeg Jets on Friday and fell 6-1 at Bell MTS Place.  

"It was a big game. We were in position that if we win it then we can get up into a playoff spot possibly tonight," said Colorado head coach Jared Bednar. "I didn't really love our first period, and actually strangely enough I liked our second period better than our first, [even though] we gave up three goals. But some of the mistakes we made tonight, you just can't have them. Win a faceoff on the power play, and it ends up in the back of our net.

"It's things like that I just didn't think we were real crisp on. Final 40 minutes I liked the way we competed, but a couple of our mistakes came back to bite us tonight. It is what it is. We got to move on and get ready for the next one."

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Jets Provide Tough Task For Colorado

Colorado is getting ready to play at Winnipeg for the second time this season

by Callie Parmele /

For the second time in less than two weeks, the Colorado Avalanche will play the division-rival Winnipeg Jets away from Pepsi Center.

Tonight's matchup won't be easy as Winnipeg has the fourth best home record in the league, going 21-5-2 at Bell MTS Place.

"This is a tough building to come in and win," said Avalanche head coach Jared Bednar after morning skate. "We are having some trouble winning in here, and there are a lot of teams that are coming in and [having trouble]. It's one of the top teams in our conference and you have to be at your best to play these guys."

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Colorado Wraps Up Season Series With Jets

It is the fourth and final meeting between the clubs this campaign

by Scott MacDonald /

After one outing at home, the Colorado Avalanche hits the road for a quick, one-game trip at the Winnipeg Jets. The Avalanche are in the midst of playing eight straight against Canadian teams.

Colorado is 19-15-6 all-time against the Jets, including a 7-9-3 record in Winnipeg. This is the fourth and final contest between the clubs this campaign and the second in Winnipeg. The Avalanche won both matchups in the Mile High City and fell in the first outing at the Jets.

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Varlamov Leads Avs To 10th Straight Home Win

The Avalanche is unbeaten at home since Dec. 27

by Ron Knabenbauer @RonKnab /

It had been six weeks since Semyon Varlamov guarded the pipes at Pepsi Center, and it didn't take long for the Colorado Avalanche goaltender to return to his acrobatic ways on his home ice.

Varlamov stopped all 44 shots he faced Wednesday to help the Avalanche shutout the Montreal Canadiens 2-0 in a Valentine's Day matchup.

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Home Streak On The Line In Milestone Game

Avalanche looks to continue home success as it hosts the Canadiens

by Ron Knabenbauer @RonKnab /

During a stretch that has the Colorado Avalanche playing away from Pepsi Center for most of the month of February, taking advantage of its home contests is paramount.

The team has done a good job of doing that so far. The Avs are 19-7-1 at their own barn and rank tied for ninth in the league in home points with 39 after 27 contests. Colorado has won nine consecutive games in a row at Pepsi Center and will look to tie the franchise record of 10 this evening when it hosts the Montreal Canadiens.

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Colorado Faces Montreal On Valentine's Day

The Avs host the Canadiens after coming back from a three-game road trip

by Danielle Bernstein /

The Colorado Avalanche returns home from a three-game road trip to host the Montreal Canadiens at Pepsi Center on Wednesday night. The game is the start of a stretch in which the Avalanche will play eight straight contests against teams from north of the border.

The Avalanche is 17-8-3 all-time against Montreal (since 1995-96) but has been more successful at home in the series, going 10-2-1 at its friendly confines. Colorado has won four of the last five meetings at Pepsi Center.

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