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It was a packed schedule in the NHL on Saturday night. Not only did the Colorado Avalanche help their own cause by taking down the Dallas Stars, but they got a little help from a team in Vegas.

In the AHL, two of the most recent NCAA signings from the Colorado Avalanche connected for a goal with the Eagles, and Ben Meyers chipped in as well.

All that and more in this Sunday version of Evan’s Daily.

Colorado Hockey Now

The Avalanche stepped up for the challenge against the Dallas Stars, beating them on Saturday and winning the season series. Check out the game story with highlights.

Alexandar Georgiev talked about the goaltender interference call after the game, and also talked about his attempt at the empty net.

The Johnson’s stepped up in a big way against a bigger team in Dallas. Plus/Minus is right here.

We looked back at March and handed out player grades for the month. (+)

Colorado Eagles

In their first career professional games, Jason Polin and Sam Malinski combined for a goal, with Malinski finishing it off. Check out the goal here.

Ben Meyers had a long day. He flew from California to Denver, and was told he wasn’t needed. Then, he flew back to California to play in the game, tying it late with a nice goal. I talked to Meyers on Saturday morning, and will have a story on him this week.

Take a look at the Eagles box score here.

Around the NHL

The Minnesota Wild decided to spend a few days in Vegas after beating the Avalanche on Wednesday night. That’s not always the best idea, and it didn’t pay off on Saturday night. Vegas took them down convincingly in regulation, and suddenly, the Avalanche are back in business for first place in the Central Division.

In Boston, David Pastrnak willed the Bruins to a victory over Pittsburgh, as he picked up a hat trick in their 4-3 win.

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