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CALGARY, Alberta -- The Colorado Avalanche wanted something to show for their four-game road trip. They got it. John Mitchell scored two goals and Paul Stastny had two in an 89-second span in the third period -- scoring the winner on the power play with 2:40 remaining -- and then adding a crucial insurance goal to lead the Avalanche to a 6-3 victory over the Calgary Flames on Thursday night at the Scotiabank Saddledome. While the Flames were coming off a four-day break between games, the Avalanche arrived in Calgary after three straight road losses and gutted out a victory that was much closer than the final score indicated. "We really battled hard tonight," Avalanche head coach Joe Sacco said. "We just finished four games in six nights. We knew we had a tough little grind ahead of us, but credit to the guys, they stuck with it for 60 minutes tonight. "I thought we had found some good energy there in the third period. It was nice to see. It was a big on...
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Colorado Avalanche captain Gabriel Landeskog has missed the past three games with a head injury and will miss at least one more game on Saturday after the team placed him on the injured reserve list, NHL.com reported Friday. Landeskog, 19, is eligible to be activated for Monday's game, but it's unclear whether he'll be ready to return then. Landeskog's injury...
Paul Stastny found the perfect time to score his first two goals of the season.
With the score tied late in the third period, Stastny notched the go-ahead goal on a power play and then added an insurance goal to lead the Colorado Avalanche to a 6-3 win over the Calgary Flames on Thursday night.
''Sometimes you've just got to take it to the net and get ugly goals,'...
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Headline: Canucks Look to Snap Two game Slide – Host Avalanche Wednesday Night
The Vancouver Canucks can thank Roberto Luongo for the one point they gained in Los Angeles on Monday night – he was clearly the best player on the ice for an obviously tired Vancouver squad.
The Canucks will likely turn back to Cory Schneider when they host the Colorado Avalanche...
The Calgary Flames finally got into the win column last time out thanks in large part to the efforts of Lee Stempniak.
Stempniak and the Flames will try to earn another victory Thursday night by taking advantage of the struggling Colorado Avalanche, who are winless away from home.
After falling 4-1 to San Jose in its season opener Jan. 20, Calgary got progressively closer to a...
The Colorado Avalanche ended their longest trip of the season with their best offensive performance so far.
They'll try to keep it going - and remain undefeated at home - on Saturday in their second matchup against the Edmonton Oilers in six days.
Held to one total goal - a 4-1 loss to Edmonton (4-2-1) on Monday - while losing the first three games of their trip, Colorado ...