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Colorado +1.5
Florida -1.5

Over 6 (-125)
Under 6 (+105)

Community Picks: Colorado 52% vs Florida 48%

Colorado and Florida Thread

Team Tweets & News Articles
Patric Hornqvist had a pretty simple explanation for how he was able to score three goals in just 2:47 during the Pittsburgh Penguins’ 6-3 win over the Colorado Avalanche on Tuesday night, setting a franchise record for fastest hat trick. “The two last ones, they were lucky ones,” said Hornqvist when talking about his record-setting night, which also happened to come on free hat night at PPG Paints Arena. It also worked for Hornqvist and the Penguins and helped lift them to a much-needed win just when it once again looked like things were going to start slipping away from them. Continue to Article
December 04, 2018 11:22:pm EST
Such thoughts come to mind when you consider Detroit Red Wings forward Anthony Mantha, who will miss four-to-six weeks after breaking his hand in a fight with Colorado Avalanche defenseman Patrik Nemeth. Sure, there’s the inclination to wish that someone else might have taken care of that dirty work after Dylan Larkin absorbed a hard hit, but can you really blame Mantha? As’s Ansar Khan reports, Red Wings head coach Jeff Blashill certainly did not. Continue to Article
December 04, 2018 8:17:pm EST
Sure, Pittsburgh Penguins coach Mike Sullivan said. The top line of the Colorado Avalanche is dominant. The Penguins (10-10-5) will get a second look at the line -- Gabriel Landeskog, Nathan MacKinnon and Mikko Rantanen -- in six days Monday when Colorado (16-6-5) visits PPG Paints Arena on Tuesday. Continue to Article
December 04, 2018 12:37:am EST
An ill-advised knuckle sandwich thrown while on his own bench has cost Detroit Red Wings forward Tyler Bertuzzi two games. Bertuzzi was caught up in a fracas on Sunday night with Colorado Avalanche forward Matt Calvert when the infraction happened. Red Wings defenseman Mike Green delivered a solid check to Calvert, whose stick found its way onto the Red Wings bench. Continue to Article
December 03, 2018 9:48:pm EST
Detroit Red Wings forward Tyler Bertuzzi will have a disciplinary hearing with the NHL’s Department of Player Safety on Monday for an incident that happened in Sunday’s game against the Colorado Avalanche. The incident in question was Bertuzzi removing his glove and punching Avalanche forward Matt Calvert during a scrum. It all started when Calvert was hit into the Red Wings’ bench, resulting in several players grabbing hold of him and restraining him from getting back into the play. Continue to Article
December 03, 2018 12:27:pm EST
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