The last time Colorado played a Game 7 was in 2014, when they lost in the first round of the playoffs to the Minnesota Wild.
Avalanche vs. Sharks Stanley Cup Playoffs Betting Analysis The Avs managed a Game 6 win Monday night to bring this series to a deciding Game 7 on Wednesday night in the SAP Center in San Jose.
Colorado get a good deal of assistance from their secondary in that match, with two goals from J.T. Compher and one from Tyson Jost. Gabriel Landeskog got the win with the overtime goal. The Sharks got goals from two defenseman when Marc-Edouard Vlasic obtained two and Brent Burns tied up it after J.T. Compher scored the first of his two goals.
San Jose has eliminated the Avs within their past two playoff meetings. Sports Interaction bettors are siding greatly with the home side for Game 7, with 73% of stakes at the point of the writing financing the Sharks.
Colorado Avalanche
Despite Gabriel Landeskog’s game winning goal on Monday, the Sharks have been marginally successful in attempting to keep the power trio of Landeskog, Nathan MacKinnon and Mikko Rantanen from the scoreboards. Those three will have to resolve the defense of San Jose tonight if they want the win. Coach Jared Bednar wants creation as they head into enemy territory for the last game of this collection.
“We’ve got to go in and be inclined to try and win this match 1-0 and defend a little bit better than we did at times last night,” he said. “I will tell you . It’s not going to be that much different for us than it had been last night. It is another elimination game for us. It’s a building. I felt their staff had more desperation than people in Game 5 (the Sharks won 2-1). We had a bit of an advantage. So today you’re going to find both teams playing desperate hockey, therefore it should be a real fun one.”
San Jose Sharks
Looking at regular season records, it’s almost surprising that the Sharks have been forced into a Game 7 at the next round of the playoffs. San Jose finished second at the Pacific Division with 101 points, whereas Colorado shimmied into the 2nd wild card spot with a last-minute burst throughout the normal season. But here they are, in their next game 7 of the postseason.
After facing removal in their series from the Vegas Golden Knights San Jose pulled off a comeback. In the third phase of the Game 7, the Sharks came back from 3-0 deficit for a hard-fought 5-4 overtime win.
The Sharks have had to play with this minute round without captain Joe Pavelski, who is a game decision for tonight.

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