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How to Watch Colorado Avalanche vs. Nashville Predators: NHL Playoffs First Round Game 3 Live Stream, TV Channel, Start Time

The Colorado Avalanche visit the Nashville Predators for Game 3 of the NHL Playoffs First Round, with the Avalanche up 2-0. Watch on Monday at 9:30 PM ET on ESPN.

Avalanche vs. Predators Game Info

  • Game Day: Monday, May 9, 2022
  • Game Time: 9:30 PM ET
  • TV Channel: ESPN

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Avalanche and Predators Stats, Key Players, and Injuries

Avalanche Insights

  • The Avalanche’s 308 total goals (3.8 per game) make them the fourth-best scoring team in the NHL.
  • The Avalanche have conceded 232 total goals (2.8 per game), the ninth-fewest in NHL action.
  • Their +76 goal differential is fourth-best in the league.
  • The 67 power-play goals the Avalanche have put up this season (on 278 power-play chances) lead the NHL.
  • The Avalanche have the league’s eighth-best power-play conversion rate (24.1%).
  • The Avalanche have scored six shorthanded goals this season.
  • The Avalanche have the league’s 15th-ranked penalty-kill percentage (79.7%).
  • The Avalanche win 47.3% of their faceoffs (28th in the NHL)
  • The Avalanche make 10.7% of their shots (sixth in the league).
  • The Avalanche are still looking for their first shutout win this season. As a team, they are averaging 21.5 hits and 13.2 blocked shots per game.

Avalanche Key Players

  • One of Colorado’s top offensive players this season is Mikko Rantanen, who has put up 92 points in 75 games.
  • With 32 goals and 56 assists, Nathan MacKinnon is one of the most important offensive options for Colorado with his 88 points (1.4 per game).
  • Colorado’s scoring effort is aided by Nazem Kadri’s 88 points. He’s contributed 59 assists.
  • Across 57 games played, Darcy Kuemper has a goaltending record of 37-12-4. During those games, he’s allowed 138 goals while recording 1616 saves.

Avalanche Injuries

    Avalanche Injuries: Andrew Cogliano: Day To Day (Upper-body), Ryan Murray: Out (Hand/Wrist)

Predators Insights

  • With 262 goals (3.2 per game), the Predators have the league’s 12th-ranked offense.
  • The Predators allow 3.0 goals per game (250 in total), 17th in the league.
  • With a goal differential of +12, they are 16th in the league.
  • The Predators have 63 power-play goals (fourth-most in NHL) on 258 chances.
  • The Predators have the league’s fifth-best power-play percentage (24.4).
  • In terms of shorthanded goals, the Predators have two.
  • The 79.2% penalty-kill percentage of the Predators is 18th in the NHL.
  • The Predators are ninth in faceoff win percentage in the NHL (51.2%).
  • The Predators’ 10.7% shooting percentage is sixth in the league.
  • The Predators have not held their opponents scoreless yet this season.

Predators Key Players

  • Roman Josi’s 96 points make him a pivotal offensive option for Nashville. He has 23 goals and 73 assists in 80 games.
  • Matt Duchene has helped lead the offense for Nashville this season with 43 goals and 43 assists.
  • Filip Forsberg has 84 points so far, including 42 goals and 42 assists.
  • Juuse Saros is 38-25-3 this season, amassing 1934 saves and giving up 173 goals (2.6 goals against average) with a .918 save percentage (18th in the league).

Predators Injuries

    Predators Injuries: Juuse Saros: Day To Day (Lower Body), Jeremy Lauzon: Out (Undisclosed)


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