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NHL : ATS Matchup
Sunday 3/18/2018Line$ LineOU LineScore



DETROIT (26-34-0-11, 63 pts.) at COLORADO (38-25-0-8, 84 pts.)
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Sunday, 3/18/2018 3:05 PM
Board OpeningLatest
51DETROIT+160Ov 6,+105+175Ov 6,+100
52COLORADO-185Un 6,-125-205Un 6,-120
DETROIT - Current Season Performance
 Straight UpAgainst SpreadTeamOpponent
All Games26-45-0-16.526-45-16.528-422.630.13.132.0
Team Stats (Road Games)13-23-0-4.513-23-4.514-222.731.13.232.8
Last 5 Games0-5-0-50-5-52-31.625.84.032.0
DETROIT Team Statistics
 Scoring    Shots On GoalPower Plays 
Team Stats (All Games)711835556657821368.6%2063718.0%302
Team Stats (Road Games)36963029334511188.6%1031716.5%165
Team Stats (Last 5 Games)58323001296.2%1417.1%16
Stats Against (All Games) 219607375111122699.7%2224821.6%373
Stats Against (Road Games) 1163439403911819.8%1183025.4%205
Stats Against (Last 5 Games) 206860216012.5%15213.3%35
DETROIT - Goalie Statistics
 Goalie StatisticsTeam's record in starts
JARED COREAU (All Games)33736386.3%00-3-30-3-0-31-2
JARED COREAU (Road Games)33736386.3%00-3-30-3-0-31-2
JARED COREAU(vs. Non-Conference)11211885.7%00-1-10-1-0-10-1
JARED COREAU (Last 4 Games)33736386.3%00-3-30-3-0-31-2
JIMMY HOWARD (All Games)53501556141590.9%118-32-14.918-32-0-1618-31
JIMMY HOWARD (Road Games)232169362990.8%16-15-7.26-15-0-87-14
JIMMY HOWARD(vs. Non-Conference)212161955589.7%07-14-8.37-14-0-913-8
JIMMY HOWARD (Last 4 Games)4312210888.5%00-3-30-3-0-32-1

COLORADO - Current Season Performance
 Straight UpAgainst SpreadTeamOpponent
All Games38-33-0+10.738-33+10.738-
Team Stats (Home Games)24-10-0+13.724-10+13.718-143.630.72.433.1
Last 5 Games3-2-0+23-2+23-
COLORADO Team Statistics
 Scoring    Shots On GoalPower Plays 
Team Stats (All Games)71226568578718208510.8%2625420.6%373
Team Stats (Home Games)3412432503939104411.9%1343223.9%208
Team Stats (Last 5 Games)5209380113814.5%16425.0%30
Stats Against (All Games) 20842887081023408.9%2453915.9%359
Stats Against (Home Games) 811634301411267.2%10987.3%139
Stats Against (Last 5 Games) 13381111797.3%1815.6%22
COLORADO - Goalie Statistics
 Goalie StatisticsTeam's record in starts
JONATHAN BERNIER (All Games)313093885791.4%217-13+717-13-0+817-12
JONATHAN BERNIER (Home Games)161547844492.9%211-4+7.111-4-0+78-7
JONATHAN BERNIER(vs. Non-Conference)121239435991.1%17-5+4.47-5-0+57-4
JONATHAN BERNIER (Last 4 Games)44968386.5%02-202-2-004-0
SEMYON VARLAMOV (All Games)45411393127691.6%321-20+3.821-20-0+421-16
SEMYON VARLAMOV (Home Games)211964460193.3%113-6+6.613-6-0+610-7
SEMYON VARLAMOV(vs. Non-Conference)181862657892.3%111-7+6.211-7-0+712-5
SEMYON VARLAMOV (Last 4 Games)4311010595.5%02-1+22-1-0+21-1
Average power rating of opponents played: DETROIT 3.16,  COLORADO 3.12
DETROIT - Schedule
2/20/2018NASHVILLE2-3L0, +110L5.5 unU
2/22/2018BUFFALO2-3L0, -155L5 ovP
2/24/2018CAROLINA3-1W0, -110W5.5 unU
2/25/2018at NY RANGERS3-2W0, +120W5.5 unU
2/28/2018at ST LOUIS1-2L0, +140L5 ovU
3/2/2018at WINNIPEG3-4L0, +190L5.5 ovO
3/4/2018at MINNESOTA1-4L0, +170L5.5 evU
3/6/2018at BOSTON5-6L0, +190L5.5 unO
3/8/2018VEGAS0-4L0, +120L5.5 evU
3/9/2018at COLUMBUS2-3L0, +190L5.5 unU
3/12/2018at SAN JOSE3-5L0, +190L5.5 unO
3/15/2018at LOS ANGELES1-4L0, +195L5.5 unU
3/16/2018at ANAHEIM2-4L0, +205L5.5 unO
3/18/2018at COLORADO 
3/24/2018at TORONTO 
3/26/2018at MONTREAL 
3/29/2018at BUFFALO 

COLORADO - Schedule
2/20/2018at VANCOUVER5-4W0, +100W6 unO
2/22/2018at EDMONTON2-3L0, +120L6 ovU
2/24/2018at CALGARY1-5L0, +130L6 evP
2/26/2018VANCOUVER3-1W0, -160W6 unU
2/28/2018CALGARY5-2W0, -115W6 unO
3/2/2018MINNESOTA7-1W0, -105W6 unO
3/4/2018NASHVILLE3-4L0, +125L6 unO
3/6/2018at CHICAGO1-2L0, +115L6 unU
3/8/2018at COLUMBUS4-5L0, +130L5.5 ovO
3/10/2018ARIZONA5-2W0, -165W5.5 unO
3/13/2018at MINNESOTA5-1W0, +170W6 unP
3/15/2018at ST LOUIS4-1W0, +135W5.5 unU
3/16/2018NASHVILLE2-4L0, +115L5.5 ovO
3/20/2018at CHICAGO 
3/22/2018LOS ANGELES 
3/26/2018at VEGAS 
DETROIT: Key additions: D Trevor Daley (Penguins), D Luke Witkowski (Lightning)
Key Losses: F Mitch Callahan (Oilers)
OUTLOOK: The defense is improved, even if ever so slightly, and the motivation shouldn't be lacking after their 25-year postseason streak ended. But they remain severely salary-cap strapped with a little too much old, expensive weight.
COLORADO: Key additions: F Colin Wilson (trade with Predators), G Jonathan Bernier (Ducks), F Nail Yakupov (Blues)
Key Losses: G Jeremy Smith (Hurricanes), D Patrick Wiercioch (Canucks)
OUTLOOK: Same old, same old. Maybe Matt Duchene surprises with a rebound and some more help -- if he isn't finally traded and if he can get any help. They're still about as bad on paper as they were when they finished an awful 2016-17.
Rivalry fades as Avalanche host Red Wings

For the better part of a decade, this was the premier rivalry of the NHL.

Detroit vs. Colorado. Bad blood, rabid fan bases and lots and lots of playoff success between the two teams.

Twenty years later, the rivalry has faded except for the fans who cheer derisively, Detroit has moved to the Eastern Conference and neither team has played beyond the second round in eight years.

So, when the teams meet in Colorado on Sunday afternoon, the slumping Red Wings will be playing out the string while the Avalanche will seek a much-needed win in their quest for a playoff spot.

It's a far cry from 1996 when the teams met in the 1996 Western Conference finals many thought it was part of Detroit's coronation on its way to the Stanley Cup title. The Red Wings had won 62 games in the regular season and were loaded.

But Colorado had other plans. With a trade for goaltender Patrick Roy in December 1995, the Avalanche, in their first year in Denver, were formidable. And they proved it by knocking off Detroit in six games and then winning their first title.

The fierceness of the rivalry borne by Colorado's Claude Lemieux's hit on Kris Draper in that series spilled into the next season and beyond. The two teams met in the playoffs five times in a span of seven seasons, and three times the winner went onto win the Stanley Cup.

Now Detroit (26-34-11) has lost nine straight and is trying to hold off Buffalo for last place in the Eastern Conference. The impressive run of consecutive playoff seasons -- 26 before it ended in 2017 -- is a memory.

Just getting a win is what matters now.

"It's really hard right now," Detroit left winger Anthony Mantha said. "We need to figure out something quick. This is not fun. It's even embarrassing. We need to figure something out."

It'll be tough against a Colorado team that has gone 14-2-1 in its last 17 home games and occupies the first wild card in the Western Conference.

The only recent blips have come against Nashville, but everyone is losing to the Predators these days. Nashville leads the NHL with 104 points and clinched a playoff berth with a 4-2 win in Denver on Friday night.

That temporarily stopped Colorado's streak.

The Avalanche (38-25-8) are playing well, led by Hart Trophy candidate Nathan MacKinnon. The 22-year-old center scored his 36th goal on Friday and now has 21 points (11 goals, 10 assists) in the last 11 games.

Colorado's players don't feel the momentum is gone after Friday night's loss.

"Obviously it's disappointing and it (stinks) but we want to keep this thing going and we want to win every game we play in," Colorado captain Gabriel Landeskog said Friday night. "It just seemed like we ran out of gas a little bit."

Fatigue isn't a factor for goaltender Semyon Varlamov, who will probably start his 15th straight start and appear in 17th straight game while backup Jonathan Bernier recovers from a second head injury this season.

"I feel good," Varlamov said Friday. "That is what we train for in the summer time and all year long, to play every other day. I'm feeling pretty good right now."

The stakes are lower Sunday, than in the past between the teams, but the fans should give their opinion when Detroit hits the ice. The Avalanche players, meanwhile, will just concentrate on getting a win.

Last Updated: 1/22/2019 1:04:44 PM EST

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