Blues VS Avalanche: Who Best will come out on top? 2022

Avalanche won Game 1 in overtime thanks to Manson’s heroics.

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Blues VS Avalanche; let’s see who will win this fiery match?

The Colorado Avalanche are currently in first place in the Central Division with 68 points, trailing the Blues by only one point in their division. They enter the game with an overall record of 41-21-9 and have won five of their last ten games. 

The Blues, on the other hand, are in third place in the Central Division with 65 points overall but are behind both the Dallas Stars and Chicago Blackhawks by four points in their division. They enter tonight’s match at 34-24-7 on the season and have lost six of their last ten games.

This year’s results

The two teams have already met three times during the regular season, with St. Louis winning all three matches by an aggregate score of 10-6. The Avs have played better at home (2-1-0), while St.

With that said, things are looking up for Colorado right now, who’ve won three of their last four games after starting off with two losses. 

Meanwhile, St. Louis’ momentum has slowed a bit as they’ve lost three of their previous five matches and have only one win in their last four.

This is a great match-up between two clubs who each have plenty of scoring power and also allow their opponents to score quite a bit, so fans should expect plenty of goals in what will probably be an entertaining game on Tuesday night. 

The Blues have struggled as of late, but they’ve shown that they can make teams pay for allowing them time and space by lighting up the net with a ton of shots on goal. Meanwhile, Colorado has had trouble generating offense recently, but St. Louis has been just as bad when it comes to conceding chances. In total, these teams are fairly evenly matched but recent trends make it clear that St.

Last year’s history

The Blues and Avalanche clashed in a seven-game series during last year’s playoffs, with each team winning three games. The Blues won Game 1 at home by a score of 3-2 but were beaten 2-1 by Colorado in Game 2. 

They split Games 3 and 4 at Pepsi Center, allowing a total of two goals in those two contests to take a 3-2 series lead before dropping Games 5 and 6 at home by scores of 2-1 and 4-3, respectively. Colorado then shut out St. Louis by a score of 1-0 in Game 7 to advance to the Western Conference Final against San Jose.

The Blues and Avalanche are set to meet in Game 1 of their second-round series tonight at 9 p.m. ET on NBCSN and Sportsnet, with Colorado holding home-ice advantage thanks to its 103-point regular season (fifth-best in NHL) and a first-round win over Minnesota. The Avs were 11 points better than St.

3 reasons why the Blues will win

The Blues have been struggling recently, with 4 of their last 5 matches resulting in losses. However, their last match against Colorado was a lot closer than some may have expected, with both teams putting up 14 goals each in regulation time (the Avs won in overtime). 

With only a few games left before playoffs start and every team in hot pursuit of getting into a higher division and therefore earning better playoff odds, expect to see both teams playing more aggressively than they have previously. If Blues’ goalie Tyler Ennis can keep his high save percentage going through tonight’s match, expect to see St Louis battling for first place tonight!

Over the course of these three reasons we’ve covered why things should go well for St Louis; however, there are reasons to believe that Colorado will end up victorious today. Their main advantage is probably their recent form over that of St Louis’; In their last 10 matches played, Colorado has accumulated 8 wins while allowing only 2 goals over that period of time.

3 reasons why the Avalanche will win

1) The Blues have been bad in March, and losing at home is a major cause for concern, especially against a team that has had their number all season long. 

2) The Avs are riding a three-game winning streak and are hot, especially goalie Calvin Pickard, who has won his last three starts with spectacular play.

3) Semyon Varlamov will start for Colorado because Reto Berra will be out with an injury. He’s 7-1-0 in his last eight starts and leads all NHL goalies with seven shutouts on the season – including two wins over St. Louis in early March (2-0 on March 4; 1-0 on March 9).

While most would think that means everything favors Colorado heading into tonight’s game, it’s important to note that the Blues are coming off of rest after having Tuesday night off to prepare for one of their biggest games of April. 

That could mean good things for them since they’ll be playing with extra energy in front of what should be a raucous crowd at Scottrade Center — plus both teams will still likely be battling for seeding positions come late April and into May as every game matters so much more down the stretch. But ultimately it may not matter if Varlamov can keep up his outstanding play — he’ll need to if he wants to win Game No.

Final thoughts

What can we expect to see in tonight’s Blues vs. Avalanche match-up at 1:00 pm PST? The St Louis Blues have enjoyed a great record so far, but seem to be lacking offensive punch at times, while they continue to play some stellar defense (almost eight goals allowed per game). In contrast, Colorado has been forced to overcome early-season injuries and appears to be finding a rhythm of late – having only lost one game in their last six. Colorado is also averaging more than four goals per game thus far as well.

What do these trends mean for tonight’s game? This match-up is a tough one to predict, as St. Louis seems to be trying to find its rhythm after a bit of an underwhelming start, while Colorado seems to be rounding into top form just in time for their current run. What are your thoughts on who will win tonight’s match-up?

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