Colorado Avalanche x St. Louis Blues LIVE (3-0) | 05/25/2022

9:18 p.m. 3 minutes ago

5 “GOOOOOOOOOOOOOOR FOR COLORADO AVALANCHE

Gabriel Landeskog released a rocket from afar. The puck passed between several players and died in the back of the goal.

9:13 p.m. 8 minutes ago

2′

Power play – blues.

9:11 p.m. 10 minutes ago

SECOND PERIOD STARTED

Avalanche 2-0 Blues.

8:55 p.m., 26 minutes ago

END OF THE FIRST PERIOD

Avalanche 2-0 Blues.

8:49 p.m. 32 minutes ago

19 “TOOOOOOOOOOOAAAAL FOR COLORADO AVALANCHE

With an extra man on the ice, Rantanen found Nathan MacKinnon on the right who put him in the middle, ran into goal and scored the Avalanche’s second goal.

20:47 34 minutes ago

18′

Power game – avalanche.

8:39 p.m. 42 minutes ago

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Colorado Avalanche with the most entries to date.

20:34 An hour ago

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Gabriel Landeskog came in front of the goal, dropped the bomb and the goalkeeper made a great save.

20:29 An hour ago

8th’

Colorado Avalanche pushes for second goal.

20:24 An hour ago

6 “GOOOOOOOOOOOOOOR FOR COLORADO AVALANCHE

In a quick counterattack, Lehkonen found Nathan MacKinnon in front of goal, who fixed a missile and opened the gate.

20:16 An hour ago

GAME STARTED

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20:10 An hour ago

FOREPLAY

10 minutes late.

7:02 p.m. 2 hours ago

FOREPLAY

In the last 20 games between the two teams, the Colorado Avalanche has won 15 while the St. Louis Blues have won just five.

7:01 p.m. 2 hours ago

FOREPLAY

The Colorado Avalanche is just one win away from ending the streak and securing the Western Conference Finals.

00:00 21 hours ago

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11:55 p.m. 21 hours ago

Look at him!

For the Colorado Avalanche, Cale Makar is the top scorer with 12 points, three goals and nine assists.

11:50 p.m. one day ago

Look at him!

David Perron is the Blues’ postseason leading scorer with 13 points, including nine goals and four assists.

11:45 p.m. a day ago

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“I wanted to go out tonight and set an example in this game,” said Kadri on Monday evening after the win and his long-lasting good performance. “Especially after what happened. I tried to do as well as possible. Sometimes you have to be patient. You have to wait. I was able to attack early in the second third. Going individually and as a team. It was good, especially on the road. It was pure.”

“We have benefited from it [the penalties] and we’re hurting them,” Kadri said. “Loss your calm, we’re going to make you pay for it.”

“I’m proud of him, I thought he was great,” said Avalanche coach Jared Bednar after the game. “Especially with what has happened in the last 48 hours. Our conversation at tonight’s game should remain focused. We’re here to win a hockey game. I felt like our guys are ready. The only guy I cared about was Naz. But I thought he was great. Obviously a great game from him. The focus and the discipline. I am proud of him.”

“It was a tough win,” said Kadri. “Especially after their boost in the second half. They did a great job getting those two power play goals and trying to heat us up a bit. I loved our third half. Back-to-back games are now on the road. That’s hard to do. We didn’t really give them much. Brave effort, too boring, too mature. That was excellent. “

“I just want to say how proud we are of Naz,” Johnson said, unaddressed during his post-game availability. “To go through all this crap in the last few days, no one should have to go through it. He sure did.

“I felt so good for him,” Johnson continued. “Imagine you were in his situation. It can’t be a funny thing. No human being should be treated like that, especially at a hockey game. It’s just crazy. Still, I think he enjoyed being the bad guy tonight to be. certainly intensified for us.”

“That’s good news,” said Kadri. “People need to be aware that these things are still happening and are painful. Many people don’t have to deal with it and may not understand what it’s like to deal with it, but people try. What I value Ultimately, I’m a good hockey player. I’m just trying to help my team. I’m trying to push all of that aside. I’m just worried about some kids who aren’t as strong as me and I have to go through this review and review. Yes, that’s why I want to be the best I can to help.

11:40 p.m. a day ago

How is the Colorado Avalanche arriving?

The Colorado Avalanche finished first in the Western Conference with 119 points, 56 wins and 26 losses. In the playoffs, they eliminated the Nashville Predators 4-0 and were the only ones swept out of the first period of the postseason.

11:35 p.m. a day ago

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“It’s good that he’s here. He’s doing much better,” Berube said ahead of Game 4 against the Colorado Avalanche. “I wasn’t sure if he was going to skate today or not, but it was nice to see him skate.”

“He’s closer,” Berube said of Scandella.

“I wanted to go out tonight and really put my stamp on this game,” said Kadri, who also provided an assist. “…I tried to do it as best as I could. Sometimes you have to be patient and wait. Individually and as a team, so it was amazing. Especially doing it on the road was pure.”
After the fourth game, the St. Louis Blues, Berube, spoke about some important points.

“We got beaten most of the 5v5 game. It’s pretty easy,” said St. Louis’ Craig Berube. “I don’t know why. We went out on skates. They lost us. They solved every puck. We lost a lot of puck fights.”

“I’m not sure we ever controlled the game even though we scored first,” said Perron. “We didn’t let them defend hard enough. We had a couple of forays but not consistent enough to win a hockey game.”

“Yes, I cannot give up this goal,” said Berube. “It shouldn’t have happened and it discouraged us a bit. We pushed when the goalkeeper was out. While we had a power play, we looked at that power play well to maybe make it a one-goal game close.” but overall, 5 to 5, they were a lot better than us tonight.”

“We went out in the third half and started playing in the same way,” Bednar said. “Great team game by our boys.”

11:30 p.m. one day ago

How does St Louis Blues work?

The St. Louis Blues finished the regular season in fourth place with 109 points, 49 wins and 33 losses. In the first playoff, Minnesota Wild 4-2. In the second he is currently facing Colorado Avalanche in which he defeated the Nashville Predators 4-0. The series is 3-1, where the St. Louis Blues won the second and only game so far.

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The game will be played at the Pepsi Center

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