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NHL : ATS Matchup
Monday 1/22/2018Line$ LineOU LineScore



COLORADO (26-16-0-3, 55 pts.) at TORONTO (26-17-0-5, 57 pts.)
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Monday, 1/22/2018 7:05 PM
Board OpeningLatest
1COLORADO+150Ov 6,+100+150Ov 6,+100
2TORONTO-170Un 6,-120-170Un 6,-120
COLORADO - Current Season Performance
 Straight UpAgainst SpreadTeamOpponent
All Games26-19-0+11.326-19+11.325-193.330.02.932.4
Team Stats (Road Games)8-12-0+0.48-12+0.412-82.927.93.432.0
Last 5 Games5-0-0+5.85-0+5.82-34.429.81.634.8
COLORADO Team Statistics
 Scoring    Shots On GoalPower Plays 
Team Stats (All Games)45150375553513135211.1%1773720.9%258
Team Stats (Road Games)20581418242755810.4%781012.8%101
Team Stats (Last 5 Games)5228680214914.8%16531.2%38
Stats Against (All Games) 1302654473614608.9%1632515.3%222
Stats Against (Road Games) 681428233464010.6%811822.2%117
Stats Against (Last 5 Games) 8152001744.6%18211.1%16
COLORADO - Goalie Statistics
 Goalie StatisticsTeam's record in starts
JONATHAN BERNIER (All Games)212064158991.9%212-8+6.312-8-0+710-10
JONATHAN BERNIER (Road Games)7722620590.7%03-4+1.23-4-0+23-4
JONATHAN BERNIER(vs. Non-Conference)9929226691.1%15-4+2.85-4-0+35-4
JONATHAN BERNIER (Last 4 Games)4413813295.7%04-0+4.74-0-0+51-3
SEMYON VARLAMOV (All Games)262581474291.2%114-11+514-11-0+515-9
SEMYON VARLAMOV (Road Games)131341136889.5%15-8-0.95-8-009-4
SEMYON VARLAMOV(vs. Non-Conference)151550346392.0%010-5+7.210-5-0+811-3
SEMYON VARLAMOV (Last 4 Games)4411610893.1%03-1+1.63-1-0+12-2

TORONTO - Current Season Performance
 Straight UpAgainst SpreadTeamOpponent
All Games26-22-0-2.826-22-2.823-
Team Stats (Home Games)13-9-0-1.913-9-1.99-
Last 5 Games1-4-0-5.41-4-5.42-32.436.03.032.4
TORONTO Team Statistics
 Scoring    Shots On GoalPower Plays 
Team Stats (All Games)48153493957811150210.2%1352820.7%236
Team Stats (Home Games)2267241422767149.4%731621.9%101
Team Stats (Last 5 Games)512156001806.7%11218.2%19
Stats Against (All Games) 1394245475816208.6%1482416.2%229
Stats Against (Home Games) 61212018237568.1%691318.8%100
Stats Against (Last 5 Games) 15147301629.3%10110.0%24
TORONTO - Goalie Statistics
 Goalie StatisticsTeam's record in starts
FREDERIK ANDERSEN (All Games)40401358125092.0%223-17-0.623-17-0+118-19
FREDERIK ANDERSEN (Home Games)191965960792.1%111-8-2.711-8-0-27-10
FREDERIK ANDERSEN(vs. Non-Conference)191963158392.4%112-7+2.812-7-0+47-11
FREDERIK ANDERSEN (Last 4 Games)4412911790.7%01-3-3.71-3-0-32-2
CURTIS MCELHINNEY (All Games)7722720891.6%13-4-13-4-0-14-3
CURTIS MCELHINNEY (Home Games)33948893.6%12-1+0.82-1-0+12-1
CURTIS MCELHINNEY(vs. Non-Conference)22696492.8%11-101-1-001-1
CURTIS MCELHINNEY (Last 4 Games)4412711792.1%11-3-2.31-3-0-22-2
CALVIN PICKARD (All Games)11282485.7%00-1-1.20-1-0-11-0
CALVIN PICKARD (Home Games)00000.0%00-000-0-000-0
CALVIN PICKARD(vs. Non-Conference)11282485.7%00-1-1.20-1-0-11-0
CALVIN PICKARD (Last 4 Games)11282485.7%00-1-1.20-1-0-11-0
Average power rating of opponents played: COLORADO 3.18,  TORONTO 3.08
COLORADO - Schedule
12/27/2017ARIZONA1-3L0, -155L5.5 ovU
12/29/2017TORONTO4-3W0, +100W6 unO
12/31/2017NY ISLANDERS6-1W0, +115W6 ovO
1/2/2018WINNIPEG3-2W0, +110W6 ovU
1/4/2018COLUMBUS2-0W0, +110W6 unU
1/6/2018MINNESOTA7-2W0, +110W5.5 evO
1/13/2018at DALLAS4-1W0, +170W5.5 ovU
1/15/2018ANAHEIM3-1W0, -110W5.5 unU
1/18/2018SAN JOSE5-3W0, -105W5.5 evO
1/20/2018NY RANGERS3-1W0, -125W6 unU
1/22/2018at TORONTO 
1/23/2018at MONTREAL 
1/25/2018at ST LOUIS 
1/25/2018at ARIZONA 
1/30/2018at VANCOUVER 
2/1/2018at EDMONTON 

TORONTO - Schedule
12/28/2017at ARIZONA7-4W0, -210W6 unO
12/29/2017at COLORADO3-4L0, -120L6 unO
12/31/2017at VEGAS3-6L0, +105L6 ovO
1/2/2018TAMPA BAY0-2L0, +110L6 ovU
1/4/2018SAN JOSE3-2W0, -135W5.5 evU
1/6/2018VANCOUVER3-2W0, -230W5.5 ovU
1/8/2018COLUMBUS2-3L0, -165L5.5 ovU
1/10/2018OTTAWA3-4L0, -230L6 ovO
1/16/2018ST LOUIS1-2L0, -130L6 unU
1/18/2018at PHILADELPHIA2-3L0, -110L5.5 ovU
1/20/2018at OTTAWA4-3W0, -145W6 unO
1/24/2018at CHICAGO 
1/25/2018at DALLAS 
1/31/2018NY ISLANDERS 
2/1/2018at NY RANGERS 
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.
TORONTO: Key additions: F Patrick Marleau (Sharks), D Ron Hainsey (Penguins), F Dominic Moore (Bruins)
Key Losses: D Matt Hunwick (Penguins), F Brian Boyle (Devils)
OUTLOOK: Overpaying for Patrick Marleau might be overshadowed by another top-five offensive season. In a favorable division for a return to the playoffs, they're locked and loaded with additional experience for a serious push.
Avalanche head to Toronto seeking 10th straight win

TORONTO -- The Colorado Avalanche will be striving to extend their nine-game winning streak and the Toronto Maple Leafs will be trying to start their own streak Monday night at the Air Canada Centre.

The Avalanche are coming off a 3-1 win over the New York Rangers on Saturday afternoon at the Pepsi Center in Denver and have not lost since Dec. 27.

The Maple Leafs came back with three third-periods goals Saturday night to end a four-game losing streak with a 4-3 victory over the Ottawa Senators at the Canadian Tire Centre in Ottawa.

The Avalanche started their streak on Dec. 29 against the Maple Leafs with a 4-3 overtime victory at Denver.

"I'm just happy with the way our guys are playing," Avalanche coach Jared Bednar said after the game Saturday. "We had another real strong game, strong start, got the lead. Winning habits -- kind of a mirror image of the way we've been playing at home for the last little bit."

Colorado's team-record winning streak is 12 games, which was set Jan. 10-Feb. 7, 1999.

"(The streak) just speaks to commitment to team play," Avalanche defenseman Erik Johnson said. "We're playing with pace and a lot of teams just don't have an answer for it right now. When we play like that to start the game and the period, it puts teams on their heels and we've gotten enough goals to keep the lead and win the game."

Colorado center Nathan MacKinnon had a goal and an assist Saturday to stretch his points streak to nine games. He has had more than one point in a game 18 times this season. He also has scored a goal in five straight games.

Avalanche goaltender Jonathan Bernier, who played three seasons with the Maple Leafs, is on an eight-game winning streak.

Bernier was signed in July as a free agent to back up Semyon Varlamov, who has missed six games in a row with a groin injury and is expected to be unavailable for at least the next two games.

The game in Toronto is the first of six in a row on the road for the Avalanche.

The Maple Leafs were trailing 3-1 after two periods Saturday, but apparently inspired by a speech by center Patrick Marleau between the second and third periods, went on to win in regulation for the first time since Dec. 28.

"When players take over the team and own the team and own what they do, you're a much better team," Maple Leafs coach Mike Babcock said after the game. "I was impressed with what happened tonight."

"I didn't really tell them anything they didn't already know," Marleau said. "It was just a great effort there in the third to come back and get the two points that we desperately need to turn things around here. I think that was a step in the right direction.

"I just think it was time (to speak out). We have been going through a little bit of a skid here but just working our way out of it. We needed everybody, and everybody bought in, which is good."

Maple Leafs center Auston Matthews, who scored one of the third-period goals Saturday and had a first-period assist, said, "(Marleau) is a pretty soft-spoken guy, but you know when he says something you better listen up and I think that kind of got the ball rolling. We had our heads down going into the third period in the locker room and just said we were going to go out there and score one and see what happens. Just put our foot on the pedal so big win for us."

The Maple Leafs played Saturday without defenseman Morgan Rielly, who has an upper-body injury that is not considered serious. He will be checked out again to determine his availability for Monday.

Last Updated: 2/22/2019 6:32:16 PM EST

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