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Sunday 11/18/2018Line$ LineOU LineScore



COLORADO (9-6-0-4, 22 pts.) at ANAHEIM (8-9-0-4, 20 pts.)
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Sunday, 11/18/2018 8:05 PM
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57COLORADO-105Ov 5.5,-120-115Ov 5.5,-115
58ANAHEIM-115Un 5.5,+100-105Un 5.5,-105
COLORADO - Current Season Performance
 Straight UpAgainst SpreadTeamOpponent
All Games9-10-0-29-10-29-103.529.52.931.9
Team Stats (Road Games)5-6-0-1.15-6-1.16-53.729.53.333.9
Last 5 Games2-3-0-1.52-3-1.52-
COLORADO Team Statistics
 Scoring    Shots On GoalPower Plays 
Team Stats (All Games)19671525270556012.0%641828.1%115
Team Stats (Road Games)1141819140232412.7%391025.6%68
Team Stats (Last 5 Games)5154470013411.2%14535.7%28
Stats Against (All Games) 56151522456069.2%761519.7%95
Stats Against (Road Games) 367819243739.7%521019.2%63
Stats Against (Last 5 Games) 166451213711.7%16637.5%28
COLORADO - Goalie Statistics
 Goalie StatisticsTeam's record in starts
PHILIPP GRUBAUER (All Games)6619717689.3%03-3-0.53-3-0-14-2
PHILIPP GRUBAUER (Road Games)4414412989.6%02-2+0.12-2-003-1
PHILIPP GRUBAUER (Last 4 Games)4413311989.5%02-2-0.82-2-0-12-2
SEMYON VARLAMOV (All Games)131340537592.6%06-7-1.46-7-0-15-8
SEMYON VARLAMOV (Road Games)7722620992.5%03-4-1.23-4-0-13-4
SEMYON VARLAMOV (Last 4 Games)441069589.6%02-2+0.12-2-002-2

ANAHEIM - Current Season Performance
 Straight UpAgainst SpreadTeamOpponent
All Games8-13-0-5.38-13-5.36-
Team Stats (Home Games)5-7-0-3.45-7-3.43-82.327.82.735.6
Last 5 Games2-3-0-0.52-3-0.51-41.428.63.035.4
ANAHEIM Team Statistics
 Scoring    Shots On GoalPower Plays 
Team Stats (All Games)2145111813345538.1%57814.0%77
Team Stats (Home Games)12286127333348.4%31412.9%47
Team Stats (Last 5 Games)57231111434.9%1218.3%12
Stats Against (All Games) 61152715477598.0%761317.1%99
Stats Against (Home Games) 327129434277.5%44613.6%55
Stats Against (Last 5 Games) 15455101778.5%2229.1%23
ANAHEIM - Goalie Statistics
 Goalie StatisticsTeam's record in starts
JOHN GIBSON (All Games)171758554392.8%06-11-5.26-11-0-65-11
JOHN GIBSON (Home Games)9930728693.2%04-5-1.94-5-0-22-6
JOHN GIBSON (Last 4 Games)4412511491.2%01-3-1.81-3-0-21-3
RYAN MILLER (All Games)6416915792.9%02-2-0.12-2-0-11-3
RYAN MILLER (Home Games)3311911193.3%01-2-1.51-2-0-21-2
RYAN MILLER (Last 4 Games)4313212292.4%01-2-1.51-2-0-21-2
Average power rating of opponents played: COLORADO 3.21,  ANAHEIM 3.2
COLORADO - Schedule
10/22/2018at PHILADELPHIA4-1W0, +110W6 ovU
10/24/2018TAMPA BAY0-1L0, +100L6.5 unU
10/26/2018OTTAWA6-3W0, -215W6 ovO
10/27/2018at MINNESOTA2-3L0, +135L5.5 evU
11/1/2018at CALGARY5-6L0, -105L6 evO
11/2/2018at VANCOUVER6-7L0, -145L6 evO
11/7/2018NASHVILLE1-4L0, +105L5.5 ovU
11/9/2018at WINNIPEG2-5L0, +160L6 unO
11/11/2018at EDMONTON4-1W0, +110W6 evU
11/14/2018BOSTON6-3W0, -110W6 unO
11/16/2018WASHINGTON2-3L0, -160L6 evU
11/18/2018at ANAHEIM 
11/21/2018at LOS ANGELES 
11/23/2018at ARIZONA 
11/27/2018at NASHVILLE 

ANAHEIM - Schedule
10/23/2018at CHICAGO1-3L0, +130L5.5 ovU
10/25/2018at DALLAS2-5L0, +140L5.5 unO
10/28/2018SAN JOSE3-4L0, +115L5.5 evO
10/30/2018PHILADELPHIA2-3L0, -115L5.5 ovU
11/1/2018NY RANGERS2-3L0, -160L5.5 ovU
11/4/2018COLUMBUS3-2W0, -125W5.5 ovU
11/6/2018at LOS ANGELES1-4L0, +135L5.5 unU
11/7/2018CALGARY3-2W0, +125W5.5 ovU
11/9/2018MINNESOTA1-5L0, -115L5.5 unO
11/12/2018NASHVILLE2-1W0, +135W5.5 unU
11/14/2018at VEGAS0-5L0, +160L5.5 unU
11/16/2018TORONTO1-2L0, +100L6 unU
11/25/2018at NASHVILLE 
11/27/2018at TAMPA BAY 
11/28/2018at FLORIDA 
COLORADO: LAST SEASON: 43-30-9, 95 points. Fourth place in Central Division, 8th seed in Western Conference.
LOST to Nashville Predators in first round.
COACH: Jared Bednar (third season with Avalanche, third NHL season).
ADDED: LW Matt Calvert, D Ian Cole, G Philipp Grubauer.
LOST: LW Blake Comeau, G Jonathan Bernier, RW Nail Yakupov, G Andrew Hammond.
PLAYER TO WATCH: Nathan MacKinnon. The 23-year-old center is coming off a season in which he had 39 goals and 58 assists. His 97 total points were the most by an Avalanche player since Hall of Famer-turned-general manager Joe Sakic recorded 100 in 2006-07. "His skill level is unbelievable," said Grubauer, who was acquired in a trade with Washington in June. "He can make a difference out there."
OUTLOOK: Not much was expected of the Avalanche this time a year ago. With good reason ' they were coming off a 48-point season. They won't be overlooked again after clinching a playoff spot during their final game of the season, before losing to the Predators in the first round. The line of captain Gabriel Landeskog, MacKinnon and Mikko Rantanen was put together on Oct. 28 and combined for 225 points in the final 72 games. "We have to remember how much hard work we put into that and know we aren't going to catch anybody sleeping," Landeskog said. "Everybody knows we're a good team and here to stay."
COACH: Randy Carlyle (10th season, 13th NHL season).
ADDED: D Luke Schenn, D Andrej Sustr, C Brian Gibbons, RW Carter Rowney.
LOST: D Francois Beauchemin, D Kevin Bieksa, C Antoine Vermette, LW Jason Chimera, RW J.T. Brown, C Derek Grant.
PLAYER TO WATCH: RW Patrick Eaves. The veteran forward signed a three-year contract to stay with the Ducks last summer but missed the entire ensuing season with what he thought was an autoimmune nervous disorder, only to learn it was post-viral syndrome. The heavily bearded goal-scorer won't be ready to play at the start of this season while recovering from his serious health scare and a more mundane shoulder surgery, but the Ducks are very hopeful he'll be back soon to provide some much-needed offensive punch.
OUTLOOK: The Ducks' run of five straight division titles ended last season, and the Sharks humiliated them in a first-round playoff sweep. Instead of shaking up the roster, Carlyle and Anaheim GM Bob Murray made no significant roster additions and decided to play a speedier style with their returning players and another influx of youth from the Ducks' remarkable farm system. The heavy, bullying squad that made two Western Conference finals in the past four years will join the rest of the NHL in trying to push the tempo. The Ducks have enough talent to try just about anything, but the speed of their adjustment and their overall health will determine whether they've missed the window to win a Stanley Cup with this core.
Ducks, Avalanche seek footing in West

Nobody has been able to establish a comfortable lead in the two divisions that comprise the Western Conference, leaving struggling teams such as the Anaheim Ducks and Colorado Avalanche well within striking distance if they can get a on a roll.

The Ducks and Avalanche will meet for the first time this season at Honda Center on Sunday evening, and each will be looking to bounce back from overtime losses on their home ice Friday night.

The Ducks (8-9-4) lost 2-1 to the Toronto Maple Leafs, dropping them to 3-8-3 in their past 14 games. They entered Saturday three points behind the San Jose Sharks for first place in the Pacific Division, however.

The Avalanche (9-6-4) lost to the defending Stanley Cup champion Washington Capitals 3-2 on Friday, dropping them to 3-5-2 in their past 10 games. Still, the Avalanche entered Saturday five points behind the Nashville Predators for the Central Division lead.

Nashville stayed closer to the pack by losing three in a row earlier this week, including 2-1 in a shootout in Anaheim on Monday.

The Vancouver Canucks lost their grip on first place in the Pacific Division by losing four in a row entering Saturday. That allowed the Sharks to leapfrog the Canucks into first place, but even San Jose was 5-4-2 in its previous 11 games entering Saturday.

Although the Ducks managed to earn at least a point for the fifth time in the past eight games. coach Randy Carlyle was frustrated after the loss to the Maple Leafs because two of his highest-skilled forwards, Rickard Rakell and Ondrej Kase, had open nets and the puck on their blades during the third period, but Toronto defensemen blocked their shots.

Anaheim entered Saturday 30th in the NHL in scoring at 2.05 goals a game.

"If we continue to get the chances we got (Friday) night, I'm very confident we'll score," Carlyle said.

Colorado is one win shy of 1,000 since they moved from Quebec to Denver in 1995.

The game in Anaheim is the start of a three-game road trip that also includes stops at the Los Angeles Kings and Arizona Coyotes.

"We've got to get rested and get ready to give more effort," Colorado center Colin Wilson said. "We're a team that can win every game when we do that."

The Avalanche will start Philipp Grubauer in goal for a second straight game, something they've done one other time this season. Semyon Varlamov started 13 of the first 18 games, but Colorado coach Jared Bednar was impressed with Grubauer's performance after he stopped 26 of 29 shots against Washington.

"He's in the fight to get more time," Bednar said.

The Ducks lost one of their top defensemen when Cam Fowler was struck in the face with the puck Monday against Nashville and sustained multiple facial fractures. In its past two games, Anaheim has gone with three rookie defensemen: Jacob Larsson, Marcus Pettersson and Andy Welinski.

Another defenseman, Brandon Montour, is in his second full season in the NHL.

Toronto defenseman Jake Gardiner said he was impressed with the group.

"I thought their defense were really mobile and it was tough to contain them," Gardiner said.

Last Updated: 5/25/2019 8:23:37 AM EST

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