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Avalanche at Ducks, Jan. 24: Lines, gamethread & how to watch

Colorado Avalanche Defenseman Greg Pateryn (5) stays in front of Anaheim Ducks Right Wing Jakob Silfverberg (33) near the Avalanche goal in the second period of a game played on January 22, 2021 at the Honda Center in Anaheim, CA. Photo by John Cordes/Icon Sportswire via Getty Images

The Anaheim Ducks earned a point in their meeting against the Colorado Avalanche on Friday, but they should’ve gotten two. The Avs are one of the best teams in the division, and the Ducks did well to get to Grubauer — unfortunately getting past him was an entirely different matter.

Expect another goaltending showdown in tonight’s rematch.

Here’s everything you need to know to tune in:



Max Jones — Ryan Getzlaf — Rickard Rakell
Danton Heinen — Adam Henrique — Jakob Silfverberg
Max Comtois — Sam Steel — Troy Terry
Nicolas Deslauriers — Derek Grant — Carter Rowney

Hampus Lindholm — Kevin Shattenkirk
Cam Fowler — Jani Hakanpaa
Jacob Larsson — Andy Welinski

John Gibson
Ryan Miller

Expected Scratches: Ben Hutton, David Backes, Josh Mahura

Injured Reserve: Brendan Guhle (knee), Josh Manson (oblique), Sonny Milano (upper body)


Gabriel Landeskog — Nathan MacKinnon — Mikko Rantanen
Brandon Saad — J.T. Compher — Andre Burakovsky
Matt Calvert — Nazem Kadri — Valeri Nichushkin
Tyson Jost — Pierre-Edouard Bellemare — Joonas Donskoi

Devon Toews — Cale Makar
Bowen Byram — Samuel Girard
Conor Timmins — Greg Pateryn

Philipp Grubauer
Hunter Miska

Expected Scratches: Ryan Graves, Erik Johnson, Dennis Gilbert, Adam Werner, Kiefer Sherwood, Martin Kaut

Injured Reserve: Pavel Francouz (lower body)

How to Watch

Puck drop is at 5 p.m. PT/8 p.m. ET at Honda Center in Anaheim, California. Tonight’s game will be broadcast regionally on PRIME, FS-SD, ALT and is available to stream through

Follow along in the comments for live updates and reactions throughout the game!