Kadri scored the game-winning goal on the power play in Wednesday's 3-0 victory over the Coyotes during Game 1.
Darcy Kuemper and Philipp Grubauer engaged in a goaltending duel for over 50 minutes, but Kadri finally broke the impasse by knocking home the rebound on a Cale Makar point shot. The 29-year-old center extended his playoff point streak to four games with the tally, and Kadri has racked up two goals and five points during that stretch -- with all but one assist coming on the power play.
Kadri bagged two apples Saturday in a 4-3 OT loss to Vegas.
Kadri has become an integral part of the Avs' offense -- he has four points in three games and at least one in each one. Kadri is working to shed the postseason baggage he picked up in Toronto and so far, so good.
Kadri scored a power-play goal and had a game-high six shots with three hits in a 2-1 win over St. Louis.
Kadri knocked home a loose puck in front of the net with 0.1 seconds left in regulation -- a goal that was confirmed after a lengthy video review -- to break a 1-1 tie and send the Avalanche to victory. The veteran center contributed 19 goals and 36 points in 51 regular-season games during his first campaign with Colorado.
Kadri (lower body) skated Monday as part of Colorado's Phase 2 activities, Ryan S. Clark of The Athletic reports.
Kadri was nearing his 4-6 week recovery timeline when the league went on hiatus, so the extra time off will no doubt see the center back in action for the postseason. In his first season with the Avalanche, the center has notched 19 goals, 17 helpers and 133 shots on goal and could provide solid value play in DFS contests during the playoffs.
Kadri (lower body) has been designated for injured reserve, per the NHL media site.
Kadri has already missed two games due to his injury and is expected to be sidelined 4-6 weeks, so his placement on IR shouldn't come as a surprise. With the Ontario native on the shelf, the club promoted T.J. Tynan from the minors to help bolster the forward ranks.
Kadri (lower body) is expected to miss 4-6 weeks, Adrian Dater of ColoradoHockeyNow.com reports.
If Kadri ends up closer to the far end of his timeline, he could miss all but the final few games of the regular season. The center needs just four more points to reach the 40-point mark for the fifth straight year. With Kadri sidelined, J.T. Compher should see an uptick in ice time in a top-six role.
Kadri (lower body) is expected to miss several weeks, Marc Moser of Altitude Sports 950 reports.
This is really unfortunate news for the Avalanche and for Kadri, who had been hot of late, with eight points in six games. The team hopes Kadri will be back sooner rather than later but don't expect the forward back until late February at the earliest. Kadri's injury could expedite Colorado's plan to acquire help at the center position, and Ottawa's Jean-Gabriel Pageau's name keeps coming up in rumors.
Kadri (lower body) did not finish Sunday's game against the Wild, AJ Haefele of DNVR reports.
Kadri appeared to hurt his leg in the second period and did not initially come out for the third. He eventually returned for one shift before returning to the locker room. The center had an assist and four PIM in the contest. If he's not ready to go for Tuesday's game against the Senators, expect J.T. Compher to move up in the lineup.
Kadri finished Tuesday's 6-1 win over the Sabres with a goal and an assist.
Colorado was unstoppable Tuesday evening and Kadri made sure to get in on the fun, collecting an assist on Andre Burakovsky's first-period goal before scoring one of his own a minute into the second period. Kadri has points in three straight games and four of the last five contests, and a matchup with the lowly Senators awaits him and the Avalanche on Thursday.
Kadri scored two goals, including one on the power play, and added an assist in Monday's 6-3 win over the Red Wings.
Kadri's three points led the Avalanche. He added four shots on goal and two hits in the contest. The 29-year-old is up to 17 tallies, 31 points, 124 shots, 61 hits and 89 PIM through 46 appearances.
Kadri picked up an assist, four shots on goal, a plus-2 rating and 10 PIM in Thursday's 4-0 win over the Sharks.
Kadri set up Cale Makar's buzzer-beater in the first period. Then, in the third, the feisty center got involved in a late-game kerfuffle with Timo Meier, earning both players misconduct penalties. The assist snapped a five-game point drought for Kadri, who now has 28 points and 120 shots through 44 outings. He's added 87 PIM, 59 hits and a plus-1 rating this season.
Kadri earned 12 PIM with a minus-1 rating, one shot and one hit in a 5-3 loss to the Rangers on Tuesday.
The 29-year-old earned a fighting major, instigator misconduct and instigator minor penalty to tie a season-high 12 PIM. Kadri is now way past his PIM total from last season and could reach a new career high in the category sometime during February. He has 15 goals and 27 points with an even rating, 72 PIM, 109 shots and 58 hits in 41 games.
Kadri scored twice on four shots and added a pair of hits in Thursday's 7-3 win over the Blues.
The two-goal effort gave Kadri 15 markers for the season. He's up to 27 points, 55 hits, 60 PIM and 99 shots on goal in 38 total appearances. The 29-year-old center is set to play in his 600th career regular-season game Saturday in New Jersey.
Kadri scored a goal and an assist with two shots and four hits in Tuesday's 7-4 loss to the Jets.
Kadri struck for his 13th goal of the season with just 44 seconds left in the third period. He had also assisted on a Nathan MacKinnon power-play goal in the second period. Kadri's production leveled off after a strong November but is on pace for a 50-point campaign in his first season in Colorado, having produced 25 points in 37 games.
Kadri scored a goal on four shots and dished three hits in Monday's 7-3 win over the Golden Knights.
Kadri tallied at 17:35 of the first period, giving the Avalanche a 3-1 lead at the time. The goal snapped a three-game dry spell for Kadri, who has 23 points, 46 hits, 46 PIM and 90 shots on goal in 34 appearances this season.
Kardi (lower body) is projected to suit up against the Blues on Monday.
Kadri was just two games back from a lower-body injury when he was hurt in Saturday's clash with Buffalo. The center is on pace to reach the 40-point mark for a fifth consecutive season and could even push for 50, making him a top-end fantasy option.
Kadri took a knee-on-knee hit from Blake Coleman in the third period of Friday's game against the Devils, but coach Jared Bednar expects him to be fine, Adrian Dater of ColoradoHockeyNow.com reports.
Kadri was playing in his second game back from a previous lower-body injury, so there is some concern about aggravating the ailment. However, Bednar seems optimistic that the forward won't miss time. Confirmation of Kadri's status should come before Monday's game in St. Louis.
Kadri (lower body) is expected to play in Wednesday's game against the Flyers, Adrian Dater of ColoradoHockeyNow.com reports.
After missing the last three contests, Kadri's expected to return to the second line flanked by Andre Burakovsky and Joonas Donskoi. Kadri has adjusted well in Colorado, posting 10 goals and 10 assists over 27 games, and he hasn't lost his knack for stirring up trouble with 38 PIM.
Kadri (lower body) won't play in Monday's matchup against the Flames, AJ Haefele of DNVR reports.
Kadri will miss his third straight contest, so J.T. Compher is expected to continue centering the second line. The 29-year-old is considered day-to-day, and he'll look to make the necessary steps in recover to suit up Wednesday against the Flyers.
Kadri (lower body) won't play Saturday in Boston, Ryan S. Clark of The Athletic reports.
Kadri will miss the chance to create more history against a Bruins team that exchanged a few dirty hits with Kadri during his time with the Maple Leafs. He remains day-to-day, with his next chance to return coming Monday against the Flames.
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