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Avalanche vs Blues – Breakdown and Prediction

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Avalanche vs Blues: Can Colorado beat somebody on the road?

The Colorado Avalanche will visit the St. Louis Blues tonight at the Enterprise Center, hoping to end the six-game losing streak on the road.

The Avalanche are climbing the standings

The Colorado Avalanche are currently third in the Western Conference standings with a 21-11-3 record. They are 5-4-1 in the last 10 games and only 7-7-3 on the road. The Avalanche have won 3 of their last 5 games and are going to St. Louis after a 5-4 overtime loss to Arizona. Colorado scores 3.66 goals per game this season. Nathan MacKinnon is by far the best player in Colorado this season, leading the team with 19 goals, 37 assists, and total of 56 points.

Are the Blues a Playoff team?

The St. Louis Blues are currently 9th in the Western Conference with an 18-15-1 record. They are 11-5-0 at home and have split the last 10 games. The Blues are currently on a three-game winning streak and are coming off a 2-1 win over the Dallas Stars. The Blues are scoring just under three goals per game this season. Robert Thomas leads the team with 13 goals, 24 assists, and total of 37 points.

Betting Trends

The Blues and the Avalanche have played under the total goal line in 5 of their last 7 games. St. Louis are under in 6 of their last 9 games, against opponents from the Western Conference and 6 of the last 7 games against opponents from the Central Division. Colorado has played under the total goal line in 11 of the last 14 games played on Friday.

Player to watch

Colorado’s Nathan MacKinnon is second in the league with 56 points. He is tied for the sixth-best scorer with 19 goals. The 28-year-old native of Halifax, scored four goals in a recent 6-4 Avalanche win over the Ottawa Senators and has scored at least one point in the last eight games for Colorado.

Injury Reports

Anton Malmstrom and Josh Jacobs are out for Colorado while Chris Wagner, Artturi Lehkonen,  Gabriel Landeskog, Pavel Francouz and Samuel Girard are out for St. Louis.

Prediction and Conclusion

Both teams are going into this game with the hope of ending a losing streak. The Avalanche have lost the last six games on the road this season, while the Blues have lost the last six games against Colorado. The Avalanche are coming off a loss and will try to bounce back against the Blues, which will not be an easy task since St. Louis has won the last three games overall. Both teams are solid on the defensive end, and traditionally, their matchups do not see many goals. Five of their last six games have stayed under the total goal line, and that will most likely happen in this one with the total goal line set at 6-5.

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