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Avalanche at Kings, 5/7: Lines, gamethread & how to watch

Goaltender Philipp Grubauer #31 of the Colorado Avalanche looks to make a save against Anze Kopitar #11 of the Los Angeles Kings next to teammate Jacob MacDonald #34 at Ball Arena on March 14, 2021 in Denver, Colorado. The Avalanche defeated the Kings 4-1. Photo by Michael Martin/NHLI via Getty Images



Alex Iafallo — Anze Kopitar — Adrian Kempe
Trevor Moore — Gabriel Vilardi — Lias Andersson
Carl Grundstrom — Quinton Byfield — Andreas Athanasiou
Brendan Lemieux — Jaret Anderson-Dolan — Austin Wagner

Mikey Anderson — Drew Doughty
Tobias Bjornfot — Matt Roy
Olli Maatta — Sean Walker

Calvin Petersen
Troy Grosenick

Expected Scratches: Christian Wolanin, Kurtis MacDermid, Matt Luff

Injured Reserve: Blake Lizotte (upper body), Jonathan Quick (upper body)


Gabriel Landeskog — Nathan MacKinnon — Mikko Rantanen
Nazem Kadri — Alex Newhook — Andre Burakovsky
Valeri Nichushkin — Tyson Jost — Joonas Donskoi
Carl Soderberg — Pierre-Edouard Bellemare — J.T. Compher

Devon Toews — Cale Makar
Ryan Graves — Conor Timmins
Patrik Nemeth — Jacob MacDonald

Philipp Grubauer
Jonas Johansson

Expected Scratches: Liam O’Brien, Kiefer Sherwood

Injured Reserve: Bowen Byram (upper body), Matt Calvert (upper body), Samuel Girard (lower body), Logan O’Connor (lower body), Brandon Saad (lower body)

COVID-19 Protocol: Devan Dubnyk

How to Watch

Puck drop is at 7 p.m. PT/10 p.m. ET at Staples Center in Los Angeles, California. Tonight’s game will be broadcast regionally on Bally Sports West, Altitude 2 and Sportsnet 1, as well as available to stream through (blackout restrictions apply).

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