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BEING GOOD BOYS: Avalanche Discipline Has Been Key To Cup Run (+)



Colorado Avalanche

The Colorado Avalanche use their speed to many advantages. Breaking out of the zone, creating odd-man rushes and drawing penalties. Speed can be frustrating for other teams as they simply can’t keep up. When that frustration boils over, it can result it post-whistle scrums, questionable plays and a few more added chirps.

“Just working to use our skating to draw penalties and trying to use our skating to check and not getting caught in bad spots and staying away from things after the whistle scrums, etc,” said Jared Bednar before joining his team on the plane for Tampa on Sunday.

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