Avs bury the Blackhawks’ streak at 24

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Avs bury the Blackhawks’ streak at 24

Chicago’s NHL-record 24 to start with a point ends in Colorado
The Colorado Avalanche finally sent Michael Frolik and the Chicago Blackhawks home without a point. The Avalanche ended Chicago’s NHL-record point-streak of 24 games to start the season with a 6-2 victory Friday in Denver.
Nick Leddy and the Blackhawks couldn’t do much to hold back Chuck Kobasew or the Avalanche on Friday. Colorado turned a 1-1 game into a laugher with four second-period goals.
Avalanche Crumbles

Avalanche defenseman Erik Johnson returned to the lineup after missing 11 games with a head injury. ... Chicago RW Michael Frolik returned from an illness that sidelined him for two games. ... The Blackhawks were without forward Patrick Sharp, who left Wednesday’s home win over the Avalanche with a shoulder injury after being checked along the boards by Colorado’s Ryan O’Byrne. ... The Avalanche matched their season high for goals.

Avs bury the Blackhawks’ streak at 24

The Colorado Avalanche finally sent Michael Frolik and the Chicago Blackhawks home without a point. The Avalanche ended Chicago’s NHL-record point-streak of 24 games to start the season with a 6-2 victory Friday in Denver.
Nick Leddy and the Blackhawks couldn’t do much to hold back Chuck Kobasew or the Avalanche on Friday. Colorado turned a 1-1 game into a laugher with four second-period goals.
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