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UPCOMING GAMES
12/19 MTL at COL
12/21 CHI at COL
12/22 COL at ARZ
12/27 COL at VGK
12/29 CHI at COL
12/31 LAK at COL
1/2 SJS at COL
1/4 NYR at COL
1/8 COL at WPG
1/9 COL at CGY

LAST 10 GAMES
12/15 DAL 4 at COL 6 Won F
12/14 COL 3 at STL 4 Lost OT
12/11 EDM 6 at COL 4 Lost F
12/8 COL 1 at TBL 7 Lost F
12/6 COL 5 at FLA 2 Won F
12/4 COL 3 at PIT 6 Lost F
12/2 COL 2 at DET 0 Won F
11/30 STL 3 at COL 2 Lost OT
11/28 PIT 3 at COL 6 Won F
11/27 COL 3 at NSH 2 Won F
Won-5  Lost-3  OT-2

Colorado Avalanche   48 games left.   News   Schedule   Roster   

Next game will be against New York Islanders on Monday, December 17, 2018 in Colorado Pepsi Center
Last game against Islanders which was played in Colorado Pepsi Center on 12/31/2017 Avalanche won 6-1
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PHT Power Rankings: NHL’s most dominant performances so far
In this week’s PHT Power Rankings we take a look at the players, lines, and positions that have put together the most dominant performances through the first two-and-a-half months of the NHL season. There are a lot of the usual suspects in here, from the top line of the Colorado Avalanche, the ridiculous depth of the Tampa Bay Lightning, to the unstoppable force that is the Alex Ovechkin and Nicklas Backstrom duo. 1. Colorado’s top line. There should be no debate as to which team boasts the NHL’s best line and it is the trio of Nathan MacKinnon, Mikko Rantanen, and Gabriel Landeskog.
Posted: 12/17/2018

The Buzzer: Barkov gets first-career hat trick; MacKinnon and Co. dominate
He helped the Panthers get out to a 1-0 lead, put them ahead 3-2 in the third and then when Toronto forced overtime, it was Barkov once again to save the day, scoring on an incredible backhand deke for the win. Not bad for a first-career hatty. Sprong scored to tie the game 1-1 in the first and then scored 1:19 into overtime to help the Ducks down the Columbus Blue Jackets 2-1.
Posted: 12/17/2018

Should Ian Cole be suspended for kneeing Brock Nelson?
On paper, Monday was an excellent night for Barry Trotz and the New York Islanders. The Islanders topped the Colorado Avalanche 4-1, keeping the Avs’ scorching-hot top line mostly in check. Nathan MacKinnon grabbed an assist on Gabriel Landeskog‘s power-play goal, but Mikko Rantanen was held pointless for the first time in ages.
Posted: 12/18/2018

Islanders face Coyotes in second game of back-to-back
The Islanders will be playing the second half of a back-to-back after defeating the Avalanche 4-1 in Denver on Tuesday night - only the fourth time this season Colorado has been held to one goal or fewer. On Thursday, the Coyotes will be at home against the Montreal Canadiens - who, yes indeed, will be coming off a game against the Avalanche on Wednesday. In each game, the Coyotes will meet what is likely to be a tired opponent playing the second end of a back-to-back against what Islanders coach Barry Trotz calls a "high-end talent" team in the Avalanche.
Posted: 12/18/2018


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GAME STATS
GP W L OT
HOME 13 7 3 3
AWAY 20 11 6 3
TOTAL 33 18 9 6

DECEMBER STATS
GP W L OT
HOME 2 1 1 0
AWAY 5 2 2 1
TOTAL 7 3 3 1

CENTRAL DIVISION
Team GP W L OT PTS GF GA
NSH 33 22 10 1 45 104 82
WPG 32 21 9 2 44 116 90
COL 33 18 9 6 42 121 102
MIN 32 17 13 2 36 101 91
DAL 33 16 14 3 35 92 93
STL 30 12 14 4 28 86 100
CHI 34 10 18 6 26 96 128

WESTERN CONFERENCE
Team GP W L OT GD PTS
1. NSH 33 22 10 1 22 45
2. WPG 32 21 9 2 26 44
3. CGY 33 21 10 2 24 44
4. COL 33 18 9 6 19 42
5. ANA 34 18 11 5 -9 41
6. EDM 33 18 12 3 -1 39
7. SJS* 33 17 11 5 5 39
8. VGK* 34 18 14 2 5 38
9. MIN 32 17 13 2 10 36
10. DAL 33 16 14 3 -1 35
11. VAN 35 15 16 4 -10 34
12. ARZ 31 14 15 2 -5 30
13. STL 30 12 14 4 -14 28
14. CHI 34 10 18 6 -32 26
15. LAK 34 11 20 3 -31 25
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