Stanley Cup Final Game 3 live blog

DENVER — The Colorado Avalanche continue their push for their first Stanley Cup in 21 years in Game 3 Monday in Tampa, Fla.

The Avs beat Tampa Bay 7-0 in Game 2 on Saturday to extend their series lead to 2-0, dominated on both defense and offense and are pushing 14-2 in the playoffs so far.

MORE: Photos: Avalanche and Lightning clash in Game 2 of the 2022 Stanley Cup Finals

Denver7 is home to the Stanley Cup Finals throughout the playoffs and we will have pre and post game reports after every game in the series which you can watch on Denver7 or on the free Denver7+ streaming app which is also embedded below.

Denver7 News at 6 p.m

Visit our Avalanche Stanley Cup page for comprehensive coverage of the series, what fans need to know, and more about the Avalanche and their past Stanley Cup-winning teams.

Below we’ll have live updates from the game and from our reporters from Ball Arena and Denver as the Avs try to win the third of four they need to bring the Stanley Cup back home. (All times Mountain. Refresh the page for the latest updates.)

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5:54 p.m
Your Colorado Avalanche starting lineup for Game 3 of the Stanley Cup Finals.

5:51 p.m
The Denver7 crews in Tampa for Games 3 and 4 have the full breakdown of the atmosphere in the city ahead of Monday night’s game.

Behind the Bench: Avs prepare for Game 3 in Tampa Bay


Colorado Avalanche in the Stanley Cup Finals: Game 3 before the game

5:45 p.m
Andre Burakovsky, who has three points in this series so far, is unlikely to play tonight. Nicolas Aube-Kubel is likely to replace him in the line-up. Brayden Point is also a scratch for Tampa Bay.

5:44 p.m
A little salty to start things off in Tampa tonight.

5:21 p.m
Anne Trujillo is in Tampa to cover Games 3 and 4 of the Stanley Cup Finals and sat down before heading to Florida to talk about her favorite Avalanche moment and how hockey has been for the past 27 years has become a mainstay for her family and others in Denver. Click here to view them.

What’s your favorite Avs moment? Let us know by clicking here.

Anne Trujillo: My favorite Avalanche moment and what hockey has meant to my family

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