Matt Duchene and P.A. Parenteau are surging for the Colorado Avalanche.
The team's top scorers will try to help Colorado win its sixth straight at home Tuesday night against an Edmonton Oilers club finishing up a lengthy trip.
Duchene has seven points in his last three games after scoring his second goal of Sunday's 3-2 victory over San Jose just before time expired in overtime. He got his first power-play goal of the season earlier in the contest.
The center leads Colorado (10-10-4) with 26 points - one more than Parenteau, who has 10 points during a career-best six-game streak.
The Avalanche are enjoying their longest home win streak since an eight-game run last season.
"Everything is within reach now," coach Joe Sacco told the Avalanche's official website. "I like the fact that our team is coming to form."
Duchene has six points in three 2013 meetings with Edmonton (9-11-5) and 11 in nine career home games against the Oilers, who sit one poin...