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Tonight: Jets at Avalanche

Winnipeg Jets head coach Paul Maurice.


Winnipeg Jets head coach Paul Maurice.

About the Avalanche

The Avs are coming off a 2-1 loss to St. Louis on Saturday, a game in which new Blues netminder Ryan Miller improved to 4-0 since being acquired from Buffalo. It was the Blues' third straight win at Pepsi Center in Denver.


The win pushed St. Louis (43-14-6) five points ahead of third-place Colorado (41-18-5) in the Central Division with a game in hand.


Streaking: Avs forward Matt Duchene extended his point streak to a career-high seven games (3G, 8A) in the loss to the Blues while Ryan O'Reilly extended his point streak to six games (3G, 7A). Meanwhile, Nathan MacKinnon had his point streak end at 13 games (5G 13A), the second-longest stretch by a rookie since 1993-94.


Paul Stastny, who centres a line featuring MacKinnon and Gabriel Landeskog, sustained a back injury on his first shift in the opening minute of the game and didn't return. Stastny missed two games earlier this season because of back spasms.



31 Ondrej Pavelec
35 Al Montoya

2 Adam Pardy
4 Paul Postma
5 Mark Stuart
7 Keaton Ellerby
8 Jacob Trouba
9 Evander Kane
12 Olli Jokinen
14 Anthony Peluso
15 Matt Halischuk
16 Andrew Ladd
18 Bryan Little
19 Jim Slater
26 Blake Wheeler
27 Eric Tangradi
33 Dustin Byfuglien
39 Toby Enstrom
40 Devin Setoguchi
44 Zach Bogosian
67 Michael Frolik



1 Semyon Varlamov
20 Reto Berra
35 Jean-Sebastien Giguere

2 Nick Holden
4 Tyson Barrie
5 Nate Guenin
6 Erik Johnson
7 John Mitchell
8 Jan Hejda
9 Matt Duchene
11 Jamie McGinn
15 PA Parenteau
16 Cory Sarich
24 Marc-Andre Cliche
25 Maxime Talbot
26 Paul Stastny
29 Nathan MacKinnon
44 Ryan Wilson
55 Cody McLeod
58 Patrick Bordeleau
61 Andre Benoit
90 Ryan O'Reilly
92 Gabriel Landeskog


-- Ed Tait

Republished from the Winnipeg Free Press print edition March 10, 2014 C2

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