Colorado Avalanche's Josh Manson tops St. Louis Blues with overtime goal-US News

DENVER-Josh Manson was just trying to hold his ground near the blue line with the players flying towards him. Not to win-he was open-but his teammates were charged.

Manson scored the first playoff thing of his career at 802a.m. Overtime, Darcy Quimper saved 23 off the net from an eye injury and the Colorado Avalanche beat test. Louis Blues 3-2 in their 1 game on Tuesday night. Alternate round series

"I was just gaping because a lot of people were coming at me at a lot of speed, “Manson said of the group's clinch. “It’s good to have this (palm) with your platoon."

The play was set by Captain Gabriel Lands cog, who was downward and poked out Manson. From there, the defenseman transferred the players a liner across the ocean that went over Jordan Boning ton’s shoulder.

Valerie Nichushkin and Samuel Girard also scored for an Avalanche platoon that had a week-long layoff after clearing Nashville.

. It shows up beforehand indeed before they find their progress. They beat the Blues 54-25, including 13-0 in the OT. Snow hit three posts and two bars.

We were a truly flexible platoon," said Landskog, who had two assists. “We just claimed on just keep playing, just keep playing, keep doing what we were doing, we were making a lot and it's just a matter of time

RyanO'Reilly had a first- period thing and Jordan Kira scored late forest. Louis. Boning ton kept the blues with one wide save after another.

According to NHL statistics, he stopped 51 shots to come the fourth different thing arranger in the Blues' history to record 50 or further saves in a game the ensuing season.