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EVERY GOAL from Game 4 between Colorado Avalanche vs Arizona Coyotes (Stanley Cup Playoffs Round 1)

Matt Calvert sends a pass to Matt Nieto on the 2-on-1 rush, which goes off his skate and into the twine to kick off the scoring:

Gabriel Landeskog locates the loose puck and chips it to Nazem Kadri, who scores on the power play to double the Avalanche’s lead:

Nathan MacKinnon is stopped by Darcy Kuemper, but the rebound goes right to Nazem Kadri, who puts it in for his second power-play goal:

Andre Burakovsky dishes to Joonas Donskoi on the 2-on-1 rush, who wires it into the back of the net to extend the Avalanche lead:

Jakob Chychrun skates inside the circle and rips a wrist shot into the net, getting the Coyotes on the board with a power-play goal:

Cale Makar speeds into the zone, shows off superb stickhandling to shake off a defender, then backhands it home for a spectacular goal:

Matt Calvert is denied by Antti Raanta in tight, but he follows up and puts the puck into the net to pad the Avalanche’s lead:

Mikko Rantanen sets up down low and tips Eric Johnson’s shot into the net, notching the Avalanche’s third power-play goal of the game:

7-1 Final, the Colorado Avalanche cruise to a comfortable victory and now hold a 3-1 series lead.


Igor Burdetskiy

Igor Burdetskiy

Founder, Editor-in-Chief, & CEO at Hooked on Hockey Magazine
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