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It was a fun atmosphere at the Avs game today. A full house, a few media people who haven’t been caught dead at an Avs game the last couple years, etc. etc. Felt like the old days. But the Avs aren’t quite like those old-days teams yet, and maybe “not quite” is an understatement. My […]
Denver Post 8 hours ago
In what is becoming something of a Roy trademark, he pulled his goalie, Semyon Varlamov, with more than two minutes remaining in a one-goal game and the Avalanche almost scored the tying goal in an eventual 2-1 loss to the St. Louis Blues.
Blackhawks Blog | Chicago Breaking Sports 14 hours ago
Trailing Blues slightly and leading Avalanche narrowly, they enter stretch run seeking home-ice advantage for playoffsCorey Crawford unstrapped his nearly unblemished white pads and meticulously placed them in a hockey bag, set to make the trip to Buffalo.
St. Louis Game Time 3 hours ago
The Blues vanquish yet another Belt Challenger - now the Wild want to have a swing! No time to celebrate being 17-0-1 against the Central division - we have to concentrate on going 18-0-1! BLUES NEWS: While it was a much more competitive game this time, the Blues brought down the Landslide yesterday...
NHL 15 hours ago
St. Louis Blues forward T.J. Oshie dekes around the Colorado Avalanche defense and pushes the puck over to captain David Backes who gives the Blues a 1-0 lead.
The 18-year-old already long had been considered a hockey phenom, and he was about to play in Denver for the first time. His name was Wayne Gretzky, and it was Dec. 21, 1979.
Ryan Miller stopped 26 shots, and David Backes broke up a scoreless game in the second period, helping the St. Louis Blues beat the Colorado Avalanche, 2-1, Saturday in a Central Division showdown.