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“He made a lot of big saves,” Roy said. “I think we gave up like 14 scoring chances, which is a lot, but he was solid.”
“The second period, that’s a shame,” Oates said. “We come out and dominate the period, probably our best period of the season.”
Colorado stretched its lead to 3-0 with 2:19 left in the second after the Capitals were caught with too many men on the ice.
Tanguay made it 4-0 with a short-handed goal at 1:19 of the third.
Later in the period, just after an Avalanche power play ended, Colorado made it 2-0.
“I like our intensity. There’s no doubt about it,” Roy said. “I thought we were very focused before the game. We jumped on them right at the start.”
Washington went 0 for 2 on the power play. Colorado hasn’t allowed a power-play goal in 12 short-handed situations this season.
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