Slumping Avs Lose Again

April 9, 2013 4:14 AM

Slumping Avs Lose Again
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Mike Cammalleri interrupted a second-period neckwear and Joey MacDonald halted a season-high 39 shots, aiding the Flames mouth a 13-game route unsuccessful succession with a 3-1 ending over the slouch Colorado slide on Monday.

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