Avs win Wild one over Minnesota

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Avs win Wild one over Minnesota

Colorado rides its hot goaltender back into the playoff race
Semyon Varlamov is 5-1-0 in his last six contests with a 0.83 goals-against average after his 7-1 victory Tuesday night against the Minnesota Wild. The young Russian is amid one of his finest seasons in the league. He’s already set career-bests in wins (20), games (41) and shutouts (4).
Linesman Bryan Pancich gets between Minnesota Wild right wing Jed Ortmeyer and Colorado Avalanche left winger Gabriel Landeskog during the first period of Tuesday’s chippy affair in Denver. Colorado won 7-1, and Landeskog had two assists in the blowout.

Avs win Wild one over Minnesota

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Semyon Varlamov is 5-1-0 in his last six contests with a 0.83 goals-against average after his 7-1 victory Tuesday night against the Minnesota Wild. The young Russian is amid one of his finest seasons in the league. He’s already set career-bests in wins (20), games (41) and shutouts (4).
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Linesman Bryan Pancich gets between Minnesota Wild right wing Jed Ortmeyer and Colorado Avalanche left winger Gabriel Landeskog during the first period of Tuesday’s chippy affair in Denver. Colorado won 7-1, and Landeskog had two assists in the blowout.
Avalanche crumblings

Avs D Ryan O’Byrne missed his seventh game with a knee injury. The team is hopeful he might be available Thursday in Nashville. ... Semyon Varlamov played in his 100th career game. ... The Wild are 0-4-1 in their last five games.

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