DENVER – Colton Parayko San Louis Blues won 3-2 at the Colorado Solstice, Pepsi Center, on Friday, and won six games in Valencia.
6-foot 6 Paray 5-foot-10 Avalanche defenseman skated Samuel Girardmoved Semyon Varlamov and kissed Varuckov's block on his stick when he split the puck.
"It was 1-in-1 and I was a little bit scared, but then I saw an opening I thought I would take it," said Parayko, leaning to himself. "It was a good option to take an ice. Keep pushing the puck forward."
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Vladimir Tarasenko and Alexander Steen scored, and Jake Allen Blues (9-12-3) made 27 in the face, losing five fifths of the previous six games.
"Of course, we're very happy," said Blues coach Craig Berube. "The boys are excited, the hockey game has been very good and they have won. We've got a great job, we've won a very good hockey team."
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Allen stopped three stops and confronted each other Colin Wilson At 12:30 a.m., he decided to leave Avalanche for the third time.
"It was a good match that it was hockey," said Allen. "We're working hard on both teams, we're desperate and we're rolling. We want to go back and keep trying to keep up, and it's a fun and entertaining game."
Mikko Rantanen and Nikita Zadorov He scored and Varlamov made 34 previews for Avalanche (15-6-5), winning 8-0-2 in the last 8 games.
"It's a great point, it's an important point," said Avalanche coach Jared Bednar. "I'd like to have liked it, but it's sometimes that."
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Blues won 2-0 for the first time.
Tarasenko wins Varlamov's shot between pads at 4:57 at 1:57 with a 1-0 lead after Allen stopped Vladislav Kamenev At the end of the performance of the avalanche power.
Steen scored a 2-0 win and lost 31 seconds. Kamenev threw a loose stool on the slot and blocked Varlamov's blocker.
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Avalanche lost 2-1 in the second half at 1:20 p.m., Zadorov was thrown out of the blue line, throwing the crowd.
Avalanche wins 2-2 in the second half against Rantanen 2:13 in the season.
Colorado Defender Erik Johnson He assessed a foul punishment of Elbowing and a 3:38 second bump on Steen to counterbalance, but Avalanche killed him. Steen was injured by the upper body injury.
Varlamov obligated Oskar Sundqvist Penalty for the second half of the second part.
"The second time they were safe came with us," Bednar said. "We do not have a well-managed puck [Johnson] back It was average But we started throwing it in the third period. They were a couple of years old when they started off in the third and then we went.
"I was really pleased to hear that our team was responding in the third place. We found two deficit holes, which is why we went out and got extra hours."
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"All meetings and jobs have been finally paid. We've talked a lot, we have a strong locker and talk after losing. We need the next game to keep the atmosphere". – Blues forward to Vladimir Tarasenko
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"It's a special player and you have to make it up when it's on ice. It's a different career. We did a good job tonight, from outside, your fingers could look nonsense, but we've done a good job tonight." – Blues goalkeeper Jake Allen holding on Nathan MacKinnon without a point
"That was it [heck] one back We will return 2-0 when we are missing and we have the chance of joining the game and winning the third victory. We had a good time at the moment, we could not put puck on the net. Hard loss " – Son of the Varadero Mountaineers
Need to know
Berube said Steen and defenseman Alex Pietrangelo (without skin) would be examined again on Saturday. … Rantanen had a six point point multipoint, but 14 points (four goals, 10 aids) at a point seven points. The MacKinnon multipoint point ended six too. … Tarasenko has four points (three goals, one support) in a line of four games. … Blues are 1-3 hours, 1-4 hikers. Colorado has also lost the shotgun. … Blues defenseman Robert Bortuzzo After losing 14 games with a minor injuries. 14:31 shot.
Blues: Arizona Coyotes Saturday (8 p.m. ET; FS-A, FS-MW, NHL.TV)
Avalanche: Detroit Red Wings Sunday (7 p.m. ET; FS-D, ALT, NHL.TV)
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