Under Patrick Roy, the Colorado Avalanche are off to their best start since moving to Denver.
Whether they can keep it going despite their top goaltender getting a night of rest remains to be seen.
Colorado visits the Boston Bruins on Thursday night seeking its sixth consecutive road win in the series.
The Avalanche are 3-0-0 for the first time in their 18-year history since moving from Quebec with Roy leading the way in his first season as coach. The franchise's best start was a 7-0-0 mark as the Nordiques in 1985-86.
"It's just more momentum on our side," Cory Sarich told the team's official website after scoring his first goal since Jan. 10, 2012, in the team's 2-1 win at Toronto on Tuesday. "We have to keep working on things, we have to stay grounded. We'll enjoy (the win) for a minute."
P.A. Parenteau recorded the go-ahead goal in the third period, his third of the season, with No. 1 overall pick Nathan MacKinnon getting credited for his fourth assist. Parenteau scored two...