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Woah baby, talk about a heavyweight tilt. I mean seriously, who wouldn’t want seven games of what we saw tonight? Tonight’s game between the Colorado Avalanche and the two-time defending Stanley Cup Champion Tampa Bay Lighting is one that I personally have had circled on my calendar for a while now, and I think it would be safe to say…...

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In my opinion, what made the game-changing Too Many Men call earlier this week in Nashville extra disappointing was that the Colorado Avalanche went into that game with a chance to claim the top spot in the Central Division had they won. They let that opportunity slip away but had another chance this weekend to climb to the top of…...

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Two nights ago, when the Colorado Avalanche beat the Chicago Blackhawks in an overtime thriller, we talked on the DNVR Avalanche Postgame Show about how the Avs have been impressive this season in their ability to win in a variety of different games and situations. Well, that was on display again tonight. After a back and forth first period that…...

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Jack Johnson – D Pretty average Jack Jonnson night, honestly. The Avs were sloppy all night,  he got beat out from behind the net for the first goal, and that bumped him down grade-wise. Erik Johnson – D- The sharp decline is here. Erik Johnson has become problematic for this team when he plays like he did tonight. The play…...

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A determined victory against a desperate team? Another win where the Avs just scrape by an inferior opponent? One more nail in the coffin of the Travis Green era in Vancouver? Another blown Avalanche lead? A third-period comeback victory? It seems to me that whatever angle you want to view the Colorado Avalanche’s 4-2 victory over the Vancouver Canucks in,…...

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Philipp Grubauer won plenty of games last year for the Colorado Avalanche. 30 of 40 of them, in fact, as he had a Vezina Trophy-caliber season. Yet, when the NHL season opened last night, Grubauer was in Seattle watching four pucks find their way behind him as he started and lost the first game in Kraken history. Back in Denver,…...

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