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  1. #31
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    Good win tonight!!! 5-2 win and the Avs are back in 1st place in the NW division.

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    I have a funny story. I went to the game tonight and so im almost at my seats and they score so im like oh il just keep walking and go get something to eat then. Then as I am ordering they score agian. I mess my friends order up and when i go back and re-order it guess what- they score. Then, I get back to my seat and as I am sitting down they score when im not looking. And of course during the 5th goal i was looking down at my food lol. Great game but its funny the only goals I saw were theres.

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    maybe u should stop watching period



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    Quote Originally Posted by T.O.Bombinators View Post
    maybe u should stop watching period
    yea haha thats what i said after that.

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    Nice win against the Wild. I thought they were gonna tie it up there at the end but Andy had some big saves to wrap it up.

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    There will be no sweep of the season series for the Minnesota Wild against the Avalanche — not after the Avs' outstanding performance in a 4-3 victory over Minnesota on Monday night.

    The Wild had four victories over the Avs in as many meetings coming in, but Colorado played an opportunistic game and finally solved goalie Niklas Backstrom.
    Backstrom fell to 14-3-2 against the Avs, who got goals from four players and hung on by holding off a solid Wild rally.

    Chris Stewart had the goal of the night, a huge slap shot blast past Backstrom that gave Colorado a 2-0 lead early in the second period. Milan Hejduk, Matt Duchene and Matt Hendricks also scored, the last goal giving the Avs a 4-1 lead.

    The Avs got a little sloppy late but otherwise were the much better team in the first 50 minutes. Craig Anderson had to make some tough saves in the final few minutes to preserve the victory.

    Anderson faced a flurry of shots, including a bad bounce off the board that almost caught him out of position, but finished strong with 28 saves.
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    it's just awesome to have a goalie like ando , he's been brilliant all season long , may be another cup will come our way in the next few years , if we can get some great players in , but for the moment , were defo a strong playoffs team i think .

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    (14-14-7)(21-15-3)
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    DENVER -- Ryan Getzlaf scored with 25.9 seconds remaining, completing a late rally by the Anaheim Ducks for a 4-2 win over the Colorado Avalanche on Tuesday night.

    Trailing 2-0 late in the third period, the Ducks scored four unanswered goals for their fourth win in five games.

    Scott Niedermayer and Dan Sexton had goals to tie up the game, then Getzlaf scored the go-ahead goal.

    The Avalanche pulled goalie Craig Anderson for the final seconds, and Todd Marchant added an empty-net goal.

    Jonas Hiller had 15 saves to bump his winning streak to four games.

    Brandon Yip scored his first NHL goal for Colorado, while Paul Stastny added another.

    The Avalanche appeared to be cruising toward the win, when the wheels suddenly flew off.

    Niedermayer scored his fourth goal of the season with just over seven minutes remaining. Anderson was none too pleased, though, as he felt Bobby Ryan interfered with him in the goal crease.

    However, the play never went to review.

    With 4:55 remaining, Sexton tied the game when he slapped in a pass from Saku Koivu. The Pepsi Center crowd suddenly went quiet.

    The game seemed headed for overtime, but Getzlaf gobbled up a loose puck and knocked it by a sprawled-out Anderson to complete the stunning rally.

    "When you're down 2-0 with eight minutes left, you think things are almost wrapped up," said Getzlaf, who scored a goal for the fourth straight game. "It's a situation where we battled pretty hard and got a few bounces and were able to get back on the board."

    Despite the late-game collapse, the Avalanche head into the Christmas break leading the Northwest Division.

    The Ducks have one more game before the holiday hiatus, travelling to Phoenix on Wednesday night.

    Anaheim kept the pressure on in the second period, outshooting Colorado 14-4. But the Ducks couldn't get anything past Anderson. It certainly wasn't from a lack of point-blank opportunities. Anderson blocked a shot by Corey Perry with his chest, then later turned back James Wisniewski's slap shot from the right side with less than a second left in the period.

    The Avalanche jumped out to an early 1-0 lead in the opening period when Yip took a pass from Matt Hendricks and lined it by Hiller. Yip becomes the latest member of Colorado's youth movement. So far this season, the Avalanche have had six different players make their debut.

    This was Yip's third career game after being recalled from Lake Erie of the AHL on Friday.

    Colorado had a chance to extend the lead later in the first when Chris Stewart stole the puck and skated in on a breakaway, but he sent his shot wide of the net.
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    Man I'm glad I went to bed early. I would've been pissed if I stayed up for the end of the game.

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    that was bad..good thing i didnt watch either..budaj should probably pay next and give andy a break



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    Yeah, I think Andy could use a break. Budaj has looked pretty good in the starts he's gotten.

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    I’m not covering the game tonight – the erstwhile Mike Chambers is – but thought I’d pass along the info. that it’ll be Peter Budaj between the pipes for the Avs tonight against Dallas.
    Craig Anderson apparently isn’t feeling well today, so he’ll be scratched. Not sure if Weiman is being called up, but as of now I don’t think he is.

    Also sick is Stars No. 1 goalie Marty Turco. He’ll be the backup to Alex Auld tonight, and Stars captain Brenden Morrow also might not play with whatever’s going around.
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    (16-10-11)(21-12-6)
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    Avs are playing well so far. Up 1-0 with a goal from Durno.

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