Denver – Toronto Maple Leafs had a strong leap against Colorado and he came out of their new energy game.
Nazemi Cadri and Casperi Capanen scored 22 seconds in the second period.
Capannen and Cadri finished with two goals, and Aston Matthews added a goal and two assists.
Toronto breaks open in the second, with three goals with a power of over 1:49 to make it 4-1. He was knocked out for the fifth-fastest three-goal, energy effort by Maple Leafs in the regular season of 1933-34.
They had spent three races without rights before Tuesday.
"It was great to see our boys rewarded," Maple Leafs coach Mike Babcock said. "It gives them a bit back and the power of the game is the difference in the game."
As soon as Matthews scored in a power game to make 2-1, Avalanche ahead JT. Compher has carried out a costly punishment, which led to a double insignificance. Kadri and Kapanen put in money to give Toronto some breathing room.
"We are taking less than 200 feet from our network, at this point it's ridiculous," said Avalanche coach Jared Bednar. "You can not do that, especially against a team that definitely has one of the most dangerous forces in the league."
Avalanche retrieved Semen Varlamov after giving up four goals to 17 shots. Philip Grubauer allowed a goal with relief.
Ryan Graves and Alexander Kerfowt scored in the Avalanche team, which dropped 0-5-3 in their last eight games. The team returned to Pepsi Center after losing three races on the way ahead. Domestic ice did not help.
Andersen and the defense filled Colorado for most of the evening. Gabriel Landeskog's top line, Nathan MacKinnon and Mikko Rantanen were limited to two combined shots – both from MacKinnon.
"We just eliminate the time and space for these boys," Andersen said, whose team lost 6: 3 from Colorado in Toronto on January 14th. as much as possible. "
Matthew's goal was 99th in his NHL career. Maple Leafs improved to 15-2-1 this season when Matthews – No. 1 in the 2016 hat – scored a goal.
Kapanen had a chance to get rid of 28 seconds in the game just to have his attempt stopped by Varlamov's right hand. Given another option to withdraw later in the first period, Trapann will not miss again.
The right wing grabbed a high passage from Matthews with his right gauntlet, and without a step, he quickly put the puck back. A shot shot on Varlamov's glove.
"I do not know why I went with my backhand … I'm not a big backhand," Kapanen said. – The second – I had a little more time and I used this (move) this year.
For this passage from Matthews – the pure perfection.
"He sees the ice well and knows what to do," Kapanen said.
Colorado tied it with 4:44, remaining in the first when Andersen could not track Graves' liner from the blue line through traffic. It was the only thing Andersen did not stop during the initial period. Andersen had a sequence in which he stopped a strike even after he had been shot in.
Just the way things have recently gone to Lavina. Colorado was tied for the most points in the Western Conference after the matches on December 7. Since then, the team has gone 5-16-6.
"Try to block the doubts you have in your head," Landesgog said. "We are too good on the ground and too much hockey to play to get angry and hang our heads."
NOTES: Toronto John Tavares had two assists. … Avalanche reminded F Tyson Yost of the Colorado Eagles of the American Hockey League. … Ian Cole (the upper part of the body) remains indefinitely. … This is the longest win in Colorado from 0 to 8-1 from January 12 to February 1, 2017.
Maple Leafs: In Vegas on Thursday for the fourth trip with six games.
Avalanche: In Winnipeg on Thursday, three-hundred yards ahead.