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The reeling Anaheim Ducks needed something to stop their slide. A record-setting second period did the trick.
The Colorado Avalanche downplayed their dominance over the defending Stanley Cup champions this season.
Matt Duchene was simply going for a cross-ice pass. A fortunate bounce turned it into the winning goal.
Minor leaguer Paul Carey slept right through the late-night phone call.
Colorado Avalanche forward Paul Stastny will miss the game Monday night against the Winnipeg Jets because of a balky back.
Ryan Miller used his head with the game on the line.
Nathan MacKinnon squirmed a bit in front of his locker and tugged on the brim of his Colorado Avalanche ball cap, a little uncomfortable with any sort of comparison to the Great One.
Nicklas Lidstrom was the last person to speak at his Detroit Red Wings jersey-retirement ceremony.
Colorado is in the mix for one of the top playoff seeds in the Western Conference, and first-year coach Patrick Roy thinks the Avalanche are one of the NHL's biggest surprises.