Avs Come Up Short In Opener

January 19, 2013 11:08 PM

Avs Come Up Short In Opener
" ST. PAUL, Minn. (AP) — Dany Heatley had two power-play ends on supports from bran-new associate Zach Parise, and the offense-enhanced Minnesota Wild inflated into their much-anticipated period of time with a 4-2 ending over the Colorado slide on Saturday.

Mikael Granlund too advanced for the Wild in his original NHL appearance, Pierre-Marc Bouchard had a after-hours cognitive content in his original competition in much a yr and Niklas Backstrom did 25 relieves to aid do the amped-up assemblage of 19,298 bury all about the 119-day resistance that retarded the start by 3 1/2 months.

John Mitchell got ahead early on in his start for the Avalanche and Cody McLeod cut away the atomic number 82 to one with 14:51 staying in the game, but they were neutralise during a penalty-ridden second period that had soccer player Semyon Varmalov on his heels "

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