Avalanche earn much needed point in shootout loss at St. Louis

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NOTE: This story/chart originally was posted in conjunction with the end of the Avalanche’s home schedule last week. After the weekend road games at Dallas and st. louis. point.) It wasn’t even.

St. Louis Winnipeg. Avs Grab Point In Shootout Loss. the Colorado Avalanche was looking to translate a solid third period against the Washington Capitals into a similar effort in the first.

In the end it, however, it was another loss to the dreaded Chicago Blackhawks, this time a 4-3 shootout setback before 21,482 at United Center that kept the Blues running in place in third place,

Giants snap 7-game losing streak with 3-1 win over Marlins Lee continued his mastery of AT&T Park with five-hit pitching over eight innings, and the Phillies ended the San Francisco Giants’ six-game winning streak in convincing fashion. and Madison.

Coyotes earn a point but blow chance in shootout. Coyotes didn’t respond accordingly to the neck-and-neck race and lost 2-1 in a shootout to the Jets to move into a tie with the Stars for the.

The silver lining is the Blues got a point, and now lead the Predators, who host the Minnesota Wild on Saturday afternoon before coming to St. Louis for a huge showdown on Sunday afternoon, and lead Nashville by two points in the Central and will be in third heading into Sunday no matter what.

This is it. One game will decide it all. A regulation/overtime win or an overtime/shootout loss and the Blues will advance to the stanley cup playoffs. A regulation win by the Colorado Avalanche and the Blues season is over. Puck drops at 8:00 CT and can be seen on Fox Sports Midwest.

The St. Louis Blues just posted back-to-back road wins for the first time since November. NHL Preview – Colorado Avalanche at St. Louis Blues – Feb 11, 2012 – CBSSports.com CBSSports.com

By LOU KORAC ST. LOUIS — It wasn’t the way they envisioned it, but for the Blues, the bottom line was the two points. Forget that Arizona was counting on the Blues, forget that the Blues did not gain an all-important ROW (regulation or overtime loss), but they were able to prevail when Ryan O’Reilly scored the lone shootout goal in a 3-2 win over the Colorado Avalanche at Enterprise Center on.

The Oilers, meanwhile, started the game with their playoff hopes intact but were eliminated from contention midway through the first period when Colorado earned a point in a shootout loss at St.