NHL Hockey

Avs latest to challenge Bruins' home run

(AP Photo/Chris O'Meara)

After defeating two Eastern Conference foes, the Boston Bruins close out a four-game homestand with back-to-back games against two of the West's best over a span of three days.

First up is a Saturday visit to Boston from the defending Stanley Cup champion Colorado Avalanche.

The game pits the Bruins against a team that is 7-2 over the last nine head-to-head meetings and includes a load of talent in the likes of top-flight defensemen Cale Makar and Devon Toews and elite scorers Mikko Rantanen and Nathan MacKinnon.


Rank Player +/-
1 J. Siegenthaler, NJ22
2 H. Lindholm, Bos20
3 R. Graves, NJ18
4t J. Pavelski, Dal17
4t T. Tatar, NJ17
6 J. Eichel, VGK16
7t E. Lindell, Dal15
7t N. Paul, TB15
9t R. Hintz, Dal14
9t J. Mahura, Fla14
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Rank Player W
1 L. Ullmark, Bos13
2t M. Jones, Sea12
2t L. Thompson, VGK12
4t A. Georgiev, Col11
4t C. Hellebuyck, Wpg11
4t V. Vanecek, NJ11
7t I. Shesterkin, NYR10
7t I. Sorokin, NYI10
9t J. Binnington, StL9
9t V. Husso, Det9
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