CALGARY – Now it would be a good time for you to stop focusing on what Calgary Flames does not do and give recognition to Colorado Avalanche, who does so many things.
This club, Colorado, is real and will continue for many years, given its reasonable price for the core and the cave of the supreme draft of this summer.
Their window will be clearly opened, just as the Flames appeared in the middle of this season. In the last 15 trips, Avs lost only two games in regulation, riding on a wave that would be envied by Columbus Blue Jackets.
They did this at different times, without the help of Captain Gabriel Landeskog and the NHL Leadership at Christmas, Mikko Rantanen.
So much for the depth of the term would be a question for the western eighth seed.
It does not bother to be a three-member team. But that was enough to disturb the Flames attack in order to spin a tight string on her head.
The Avsys took away at their own speed Calgary's main generator of the crime, which usually comes through the rush. Johnny Gaudreau, who is currently deadlocked with Mike Smith for the eighth in the team scoring (one aid), was constantly aggravated at the entrance to the Colorado area. His fights are well documented and obviously a big part of why the Flames returns 3-1 in the series in Calgary.
Simply put, Avs stars sway, Calgary is still silent.
In Game 4, Calgary's best combination for seven shots, including the goal of Elias Lindholm, who opened the game, and a couple of shots by Sean Monahan.
The big three Avs shot at 20 on Smith, which included Rantanen's late, tied up for the game and his subsequent winner overtime.
All of this resembles Flames' extinction two years ago, when he now agreed that the Flames could win all four matches against Anaheim Ducks.
Instead, they got mixed up.
Approved, naked Brian Elliott was never close to the level of Smith at the time, since Flames had found a way to leave her every night. Except netminding, which was the biggest discovery of all for Flames this spring, this series was similar, as Flames could easily reach 3-1.
In two of the last three losses they lost the lead in the last three minutes and lost in a coin that is overtime.
One of the many shocking flames for Flames is the inability of the team to keep these late leaders.
Flames set a modern record this year with their third period of difference, making them the most dangerous team in the league when the clock blinked. The error rate is obviously narrowed in the ending, but the difference between wins and losses is thin.
Discipline was a problem, as was the speed of Avs, which led to numerous Flames violations. This Flames team does not seem ready to win when it's most important. Well, though.
On Friday night, they returned home with the potential to lose their fourth match, matching the season for successive losses.
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She may have had a lot to do with a lack of meaningful games.
As Avs scratched and grabbed the place for the ending, Flames was focusing on rest and trying to help Gaudreau get 100 points.
Although Calgary beat Colorado in all three regular seasons this year, the difference was almost entirely targeted. Philipp Grubauer did not appear as a substitute for Semyon Varlamov, who gave his club a security guard who received very little credit that he earned so far.
The dramatic arrival of Cale Macar gave the club an extra juice in the building, which is as loud as Saddledome in the game 1. t
Ian Cole and Erik Johnson were an exceptional couple, and Tyson Barrie is as offensive as anyone in the series and J.T. Compher continues to thrill.
But, again, nobody took major steps in April as MacKinnon, who essentially took the series with his prolonged winner in game 2 at Dome. Its excellent combination of size and speed gives it an explosion that drives the ability to score and play courage. Every time it crosses the opposite blue line, the danger is hidden for defense.
The opposite is true of Gaudreau recently.
Also, comparisons between the two stars with 99 points are inevitable.
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Perhaps the most fierce example of MacKinnon in these extensions is that Coach Avalanche Jared Bednar enjoyed an opportunity to return to Colorado, where his match would include his best match against Calgary's.
MacKinnon, Landeski and Alex Kerfoot overplayed Monahan, Gaudreau and Lindholm, setting up a game 5 that must be won by the flames in order to avoid shame, scandal and criticism.
Posting more than 50 shots on flames in consecutive games breaks down the season's trend to keep Flames shrinking, while drastically surpassing most opponents.
Resistance Flames was a tight, fun game 4 and should still be optimized to get the Denver series back.
However, no one should be surprised at the point if these Avs are extended, which is extended for the second series.
They certainly deserve it.