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The Colorado Avalanche on Saturday will look like they regain some of the same magic they had at Rogers Place last June.

After losing their fifth straight game to the Canucks on Thursday and quickly falling down the standings, the Avalanche will look to reverse it against the NHL’s top player.

Connor McDavid leads the NHL by a wide margin with 75 points, and stopping him will be crucial if the Avalanche plan to get back into the winning column.

On Thursday, the Avalanche lost another forward through injury, Denis Malgin left the game with an upper-body injury. He didn’t skate in the morning on Saturday but it appears Evan Rodrigues will be ready to rejoin the lineup as he competed in the morning skate in a full contact jersey.

The Edmonton Oilers, meanwhile, hold the last playoff spot in the Western Conference with 44 points. They win a 4-2 win over the New York Islanders.

They have the top two scorers in the NHL in McDavid and his teammate Leon Draisaitl.

Expected avalanche lines in Colorado

Artturi Lehkonen – Nathan MacKinnon – Mikko Rantanen

Alexander Newhook – JT Compher – Evan Rodrigues

Andrew Cogliano – Ben Meyers – Logan O’Connor

Kurtis MacDermid – Darren Helm – Martin Kaut


Devon Toews-Cale Makar

Samuel GirardErik Johnson

Andreas EnglundBrad Hunt


Alexander Georgiev

Jonas Johannsson

Expected Edmonton Oilers Lines, per

Klim Kostin – Connor McDavid – Kailer Yamamoto

Ryan Nugent Hopkins – Leon Draisaitl – Zach Hyman

Mattias Janmark – Ryan McLeod – Jesse – Puljujarvi

Dyan Holloway-James Hamblin-Derek Ryan


Darnell Nurse – Cody Ceci

Brett Kulak-Tyson Barrie

Philip Broberg Evan Bouchard


Stuart Skinner

Jack Campell

Special teams

Colorado Avalanche Power Play: 25%, 8th in the NHL

Colorado Avalanche penalty kill: 76.2%, 19th in the NHL

Edmonton Oilers power play: 31.9%, #1 in the NHL

Edmonton Oilers penalty shootout: 73.4%, ranked 25th in the NHL

how to watch

Television: Altitude TV, ESPN+, CBC

Radio: 92.5 FM high altitude sports radio

Game Time: 8pm MST

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