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Avs lose in OT after controversial call, and Bo Byram leaves team for “personal reasons”

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It was a bad call, plain and simple. The Avalanche got jobbed tonight on a phantom too-many-men call in overtime and lost the hockey game as a result, 5-4 to the Nashville Predators. This, on a night when top rookie defenseman Bo Byram left the team for “personal reasons.” Other than that, another swell night in Nashville for the Avs, who endured a Covid fiasco the last time they were here about a month ago.

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