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NHL : ATS Matchup
Tuesday 3/21/2017Line$ LineOU LineScore
ST LOUIS
 
COLORADO
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ST LOUIS (38-28-0-5, 81 pts.) at COLORADO (20-48-0-3, 43 pts.)
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Tuesday, 3/21/2017 9:05 PM
#1 GOALTENDERS: ST LOUIS - JAKE ALLEN, COLORADO - CALVIN PICKARD
Board OpeningLatest
 LineTotalLineTotal
21ST LOUIS-200Ov 5,-125-180Ov 5,-125
22COLORADO+170Un 5,+105+160Un 5,+105
ADVANCED TEAM STATS
ST LOUIS - Current Season Performance
 Straight UpAgainst SpreadTeamOpponent
 W-L-TUnitsW-LUnitsO-UScoreShotsScoreShots
All Games38-33-0+0.138-33+0.131-312.827.92.728.1
Team Stats (Road Games)19-18-0+2.819-18+2.814-192.628.92.529.0
Last 5 Games4-1-0+44-1+41-33.030.81.427.2
vs. Division11-13-0-4.411-13-4.412-102.628.13.128.8
ST LOUIS Team Statistics
 Scoring    Shots On GoalPower Plays 
 GamesGoals1rst2nd3rdOTENShotsPctNumConvPctAst
Team Stats (All Games)7119749697271519829.9%2034622.7%333
Team Stats (Road Games)379622363531110699.0%982222.4%156
Team Stats (Last 5 Games)515366031549.7%11436.4%19
Team Stats (vs. Division)2463172419346749.3%661319.7%108
Stats Against (All Games) 19352736351619929.7%2313615.6%343
Stats Against (Road Games) 942236351810728.8%1181815.3%171
Stats Against (Last 5 Games) 7223001365.1%1616.2%12
Stats Against (vs. Division) 741229312869110.7%791519.0%134
ST LOUIS - Goalie Statistics
 Goalie StatisticsTeam's record in starts
GoalieGamesStartsShotsSavesPCTSHOATSUnitsSUUnitsO-U
JAKE ALLEN (All Games)52511352123391.2%127-24-1.527-24-0024-20
JAKE ALLEN (Road Games)272672166291.8%013-13-0.413-13-0011-12
JAKE ALLEN (vs. Division)191849645190.9%010-8+0.510-8-0+29-7
JAKE ALLEN (Last 4 Games)4411811294.9%03-1+2.43-1-0+21-3
PHEONIX COPLEY (All Games)11292482.8%00-1-10-1-0-11-0
PHEONIX COPLEY (Road Games)11292482.8%00-1-10-1-0-11-0
PHEONIX COPLEY (vs. Division)11292482.8%00-1-10-1-0-11-0
CARTER HUTTON (All Games)271959654391.1%111-8+2.611-8-0+36-11
CARTER HUTTON (Road Games)151031429293.0%16-4+4.26-4-0+42-7
CARTER HUTTON (vs. Division)7515814289.9%11-4-3.81-4-0-42-3
CARTER HUTTON (Last 4 Games)4410710295.3%13-1+2.63-1-0+31-2

COLORADO - Current Season Performance
 Straight UpAgainst SpreadTeamOpponent
 W-L-TUnitsW-LUnitsO-UScoreShotsScoreShots
All Games20-51-0-25.420-51-25.428-331.927.63.332.0
Team Stats (Home Games)11-24-0-13.211-24-13.214-152.228.73.230.9
Last 5 Games1-4-0-31-4-33-21.823.23.430.2
vs. Division6-17-0-9.16-17-9.111-112.028.63.529.8
COLORADO Team Statistics
 Scoring    Shots On GoalPower Plays 
 GamesGoals1rst2nd3rdOTENShotsPctNumConvPctAst
Team Stats (All Games)711383751446519587.0%2092712.9%235
Team Stats (Home Games)35782132232410067.8%1121412.5%137
Team Stats (Last 5 Games)59324001167.8%1417.1%15
Team Stats (vs. Division)2345131713216586.8%671014.9%78
Stats Against (All Games) 234757482312227010.3%2445422.1%389
Stats Against (Home Games) 11232403827108310.3%1152320.0%178
Stats Against (Last 5 Games) 1725100115111.3%11327.3%31
Stats Against (vs. Division) 802926250668611.7%841619.0%130
COLORADO - Goalie Statistics
 Goalie StatisticsTeam's record in starts
GoalieGamesStartsShotsSavesPCTSHOATSUnitsSUUnitsO-U
SPENCER MARTIN (All Games)33968386.5%10-3-30-3-0-31-0
SPENCER MARTIN (Home Games)11262180.8%00-1-10-1-0-11-0
SPENCER MARTIN (vs. Division)00000.0%00-000-0-000-0
SPENCER MARTIN (Last 4 Games)33968386.5%10-3-30-3-0-31-0
CALVIN PICKARD (All Games)41391218110790.9%413-26-7.613-26-0-816-19
CALVIN PICKARD (Home Games)201959253991.0%27-12-4.47-12-0-57-9
CALVIN PICKARD (vs. Division)9825723691.8%14-4+2.84-4-0+34-3
CALVIN PICKARD (Last 4 Games)4411710690.6%11-3-21-3-0-22-2
JEREMY SMITH (All Games)7620017889.0%11-5-41-5-0-43-2
JEREMY SMITH (Home Games)22625690.3%01-1+0.11-1-001-1
JEREMY SMITH (vs. Division)43978587.6%00-3-30-3-0-32-1
JEREMY SMITH (Last 4 Games)43958286.3%10-3-30-3-0-31-2
SEMYON VARLAMOV (All Games)242374566989.8%36-17-10.86-17-0-118-12
SEMYON VARLAMOV (Home Games)131339735689.7%03-10-7.83-10-0-85-5
SEMYON VARLAMOV (vs. Division)121232628587.4%22-10-8.82-10-0-95-7
SEMYON VARLAMOV (Last 4 Games)441079185.0%00-4-40-4-0-42-1
Average power rating of opponents played: ST LOUIS 3.17,  COLORADO 3.14
SCHEDULE AND RESULTS
ST LOUIS - Schedule
DateOpponentScoreSULineATSTotalO/U
2/26/2017at CHICAGO2-4L0, +135L5.5 unO
2/28/2017EDMONTON1-2L0, -120L5 ovU
3/3/2017at WINNIPEG0-3L0, +100L5.5 evU
3/5/2017at COLORADO3-0W0, -210W5 ovU
3/7/2017at MINNESOTA2-1W0, +160W5.5 unU
3/10/2017ANAHEIM4-3W0, -145W5 ovO
3/11/2017NY ISLANDERS4-3W0, -115W5.5 unO
3/13/2017at LOS ANGELES3-1W0, +140W5 unU
3/15/2017at ANAHEIM1-2L0, +130L5 ovU
3/16/2017at SAN JOSE4-1W0, +160W5 evP
3/18/2017at ARIZONA3-0W0, -160W5 ovU
3/21/2017at COLORADO 
3/23/2017VANCOUVER 
3/25/2017CALGARY 
3/27/2017ARIZONA 
3/29/2017at ARIZONA 
3/31/2017at COLORADO 

COLORADO - Schedule
DateOpponentScoreSULineATSTotalO/U
2/23/2017at NASHVILLE2-4L0, +245L5.5 unO
2/25/2017BUFFALO5-3W0, +105W5 ovO
2/28/2017at PHILADELPHIA0-4L0, +190L5.5 unU
3/2/2017at OTTAWA1-2L0, +175L5 ovU
3/4/2017at WINNIPEG1-6L0, +170L6 unO
3/5/2017ST LOUIS0-3L0, +175L5 ovU
3/7/2017CAROLINA3-1W0, +120W5 ovU
3/9/2017NEW JERSEY3-2W0, +100W5 unP
3/11/2017OTTAWA2-4L0, +115L5 ovO
3/13/2017at ARIZONA0-1L0, +120L5 ovU
3/15/2017DETROIT3-1W0, +105W5 ovU
3/18/2017at DETROIT1-5L0, +155L5 ovO
3/19/2017at CHICAGO3-6L0, +280L5.5 unO
3/21/2017ST LOUIS 
3/23/2017EDMONTON 
3/25/2017at EDMONTON 
3/27/2017at CALGARY 
3/29/2017WASHINGTON 
3/31/2017ST LOUIS 
KEY GAME INFORMATION
ST LOUIS: LAST SEASON: 49-24-9, 107 points. Second in Central Division. Lost to San Jose Sharks in Western Conference finals.
COACH: Ken Hitchcock, sixth season with Blues (224-103-36) , 20th season overall (757-453-88-106).
ADDED: F David Perron, G Carter Hutton.
LOST: C David Backes, F Troy Brouwer, G Brian Elliott, F Steve Ott.
PLAYER TO WATCH: Jake Allen. The Blues made the 26-year-old goalie their go-to guy in net after trading Brian Elliott to Calgary for a second-round draft pick. Allen went 26-15-3 with a 2.35 goals-against average, .920 save percentage and six shutouts in 47 games last season while splitting time with Elliott.
OUTLOOK: The Blues lost veteran forwards David Backes and Troy Brouwer in free agency but return plenty of firepower offensively, led by Vladimir Tarasenko, Alexander Steen and Paul Stastny. St. Louis still has one of the deepest groups of defenseman in the NHL with Alex Pietrangelo, now the team's captain, Jay Bouwmeester, Kevin Shattenkirk and youngster Colton Parayko.
COLORADO: LAST SEASON: 39-39-4, 82 points. Didn't make the playoffs.
COACH: Jared Bednar (first season, first NHL season).
ADDED: C Joe Colborne, D Fedor Tyutin, D Patrick Wiercioch.
LOST: F Mikkel Boedker, F Shawn Matthias, F Jack Skille, D Zach Redmond, D Nick Holden, G Reto Berra.
PLAYER TO WATCH: Nathan MacKinnon. The 20-year-old speedster recently signed a $44.1 million, seven-year deal that runs through the 2022-23 season. He had 21 goals and 31 assists last season, but missed the last 10 games after he sprained a ligament in his knee. MacKinnon also sat out the final 18 games the year before because of a broken foot. He's coming off a good showing at the World Cup of Hockey, scoring two goals for Team North America. He should fit in well with Bednar's up-tempo style.
PREVIEW
Tested Blues set to face struggling Avalanche

DENVER -- One of the most grueling stretches of the season should have left the St. Louis Blues struggling to stay in the playoff hunt.

Instead, they thrived through adversity and are comfortably in the postseason picture.

The Blues (38-28-5) played six games in nine days, including two back-to-back sets, and twice had three contests in four days. It was a punishing schedule that they capped with a 3-0 win at Arizona on Saturday, improving to 5-1-0 in that stretch.

St. Louis looks to continue this successful string with a win in Colorado against the Avalanche on Tuesday night. The Blues have beaten some quality teams -- there was a 5-1 win at Pacific Division leader San Jose on Thursday -- and now they need to take care of business against the worst team in the NHL.

If the first meeting of the month is any indication, the Blues should be just fine. They shut down the offensively challenged Avalanche for a 3-0 win in Colorado on March 5, and look for more of the same despite a hectic couple of weeks.

St. Louis has stayed fresh thanks to coach Mike Yeo's plan to rest his team when he can and save the players' legs for more meaningful games.

"Mike's doing a good job being smart, letting us manage our energy," captain Alex Pietrangelo told the St. Louis Post-Dispatch after the win over the Coyotes. "It was an opportunity to get some rest here. This has been a tough trip -- time change and travel and back-to-back (games). It's good to get through this stretch."

The Blues will take on a demoralized and angry Avalanche team coming off two straight losses, with the last one being particularly painful. Colorado took a 3-1 lead on Chicago in the third period Sunday at the United Center but had a meltdown after the Blackhawks scored a controversial goal midway through the third period.

Jonathan Toews scored at 10:17 to make it 3-2, but the Avalanche challenged that the Chicago captain was offside when Richard Panik brought the puck into the Colorado zone. Replays appeared to show the puck not on Panik's stick as it crossed the blue line and Toews clearly in the offensive zone.

However, the goal was held up when the NHL Situation Room determined that there was "not conclusive evidence in determining whether Jonathan Toews tagged up at the instant the puck was on Richard Panik's stick when Chicago entered the attacking zone prior to the goal."

Bednar didn't necessarily agree with the ruling.

"I guess I don't necessarily fully understand it, but it's a tag-up rule," he said. "They were saying (the puck) was on his stick. That is what it is. For me, it's 3-2, 9 1/2 minutes to go, that gives them life."

It sure did. Chicago scored two more goals 17 seconds apart and Colorado went on to lose 5-3, and Toews' goal becomes a secondary problem.

"It's what we do after that bothers me," Bednar said. "That call for me is the least of what bugs me of the way that game finished."

It added to a season of misery for the Avalanche (20-48-3), who were the first team eliminated from the postseason more than a week ago.

Now they have to play the surging Blues, who have shut out opponents seven times in the last 29 games and have won five of their last six road contests.

"We're all here with the same goal," Blues right winger Scottie Upshall told the Post-Dispatch. "This has been a long year, but we're a good group. We know what we're capable of right now. We're getting leadership, everyone's pulling their weight. This time of year, it's huge."


Last Updated: 4/27/2017 7:28:05 PM EST


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