The University of Denver will begin defense of its 2017 national hockey championship Saturday at the NCAA Tournament Midwest Regional in Allentown, Pa., against Penn State, the regional host and No. 3 seed. If the No. 2-seeded Pioneers (22-9-8) get past the Nittany Lions (18-14-5) they will face No. 1 Ohio State (24-9–5) or No. 4 Princeton (19-12-4) for the regional championship and third consecutive trip to the Frozen Four. Air Force also made the 16-team national tournament.
Against old rival Detroit Red Wings on Sunday, Nathan MacKinnon’s Hart Trophy candidacy blossomed with another three-point performance that further attached his name beside some of the greatest Avalanche players of all time. The Avs center, who entered the game with 36 goals — the most since Joe Sakic had 36 in 2006-07 — scored twice to become the club’s most prolific goal-scorer since Milan Hejduk won the Maurice “Rocket” Richard Trophy with 50 in 2002-03.
The Avalanche went 7-2-4 and advanced in the standings without top defenseman Erik Johnson, but make no mistake, the team welcomed him and his big minutes back Sunday against the Detroit Red Wings at the Pepsi Center. Johnson leads Colorado in average ice time, at 25:43, and that was made up by committee during his 13-game absence because of a shoulder injury. Ice time for Tyson Barrie, Nikita Zadorov and Patrik Nemeth increased, and Duncan Siemens generally replaced Johnson in penalty killing.
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Selecting a term
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Find results that mention multiple specified terms, use AND or
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