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With MacKinnon held shot-less, Avalanche display depth in Game 1 win

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Much has been said about the depth of this Colorado Avalanche team this year. That depth was put on display again — as it’s been many times throughout the season — in the Avs’ Game 1 win over Arizona. In a game where Nathan MacKinnon was held without a shot on net, the Avalanche still prevailed.

When all was said and done, Colorado had fired 40 shots on Coyotes netminder Darcy Kuemper. No, not a one came from MacKinnon, who is the NHL’s leading shot-taker over the past two seasons. 

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A graduate of the University of Colorado Boulder, Scott has so far spent the early parts of his young career covering Colorado hockey — from the Avalanche to the Colorado Eagles to the DU Pioneers. His work can be found across sites such as NHL.com, TheAHL.com and SB Nation, among others. Scott currently resides in the Capitol Hill neighborhood of Denver, where he can sometimes be found waiting tables when he’s not writing.

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