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Game Preview: Avalanche vs. Stellaris

Colorado Avalanche (11-6-1) vs Dallas Stars (12-5-4)
7pm Mountain | Baseball Stadium
Watch: Altitude
Listen: 92.5FM/950 AM

The Colorado Avalanche will Weeks against the Dallas Stars for the second time. Coverage is scheduled to begin at 7 p.m. on Altitude Sports at the Ball Arena.

The last time the two teams met was Monday, Avs in penalty shootout Defeated the Stars 3-2. Cale Makar and Alex Newhook

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scored in the third A net round shootout was found to give the Avs their fourth straight win.
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next Wednesday’ ‘After a 4-3 loss to Vancouver, the Avalanche were due to travel to Music City at noon Friday to play the Predators, but unfortunately it was postponed due to a broken water pipe. Games will be rescheduled and information will be announced at a later date.

Dallas lost 5-4 to the Winnipeg Jets in overtime on Friday night. Jason Robertson scored twice and provided an assist, while Wyatt Johnston and Jamie Benn each added a goal. The Stars trailed by two shots late in the third quarter and then went into overtime.

Game statistics of the day

Saturday Avalanche The matchup between the Stars and the Stars has two teams that value the first quarter. The Stars scored a league-leading 27 goals in the first period of the season, while the Avalanche had the fewest goals in the opening period with just nine.


Colorado owns 71-55 -23 against Dallas, which has a record of 48-37-19 since the 1995-96 season.

The Avs are at home against the Stars.

Saturday’s game is the second of four games between the two teams this season, with the next game in the Lone Star State on March 4, Then back to Denver to wrap up the series on April 1.


Mavericks averaged 3.95 goals per game Going into Saturday’s game, the offense ranks second in the league in scoring. The Stars have also been deadly in terms of player dominance this season, ranking second in the league with a conversion rate of 30%, behind only the Avs (34.4%).

Jason Robertson is off to a hot start to the season and currently ranks second on the NHL scoring list with 34 points (18G, 16A). Robertson scored in 14 straight games (16G, 11A. Only three players in Stars/Polaris history had a longer hitting streak, all while the team was in Minnesota (Brian Bellows 20 Games – 1986, Jude Drouin 15 games – 1971 and Neal Broten 15 games – 1985-86).

Jamie Benn (10G, 14A) and Roope Hintz (8G, 16A) tied for second with 24 points each.

Netminder Jake Oettinger maintains an 8-2 record with a 2.52 goal average and save percentage 0.917.

Wyatt Johnston scored 5 goals in his first season, tied for third among rookies

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Nason McKinnon leads all active Avs players with 32 points (11G, 21A) against the Stars team.

Alexandar Georgiev is 1-1 against the All-Stars in his career with 1 .70 GAA and .935 Sv%.

Behind enemy lines

Jamie Benn with 42 points (13G, 29A) is second on the All-Star scoring list behind Hall of Famer Mike Modano (27G, 35A).

Jake Oettinger went 2-0-1 against Colorado with an impressive 0.965 Sv% and 1.36 GAA.

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Artturi Lehkonen extended his career-high winning streak to eight games with two assists against Vancouver after the tally. The scoring streak is the longest of any Avalanche player this season, with 10 points in that stretch (4G, 6A).


Colorado is still in the league The strongest team in the league, they converted on 34.5 percent (22 of 64 games) of their personal chances.


vs. Vancouver, Cale Makar extended He scored in three straight games, his longest streak of the season.



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