Avalanche Experts Expect Defensive Battle In Game Three

The Sharks and Avalanche split their first two games in San Jose in completely different fashions. Game One was a low scoring defensive struggle while Game Two was a high scoring free for all. Our Avalanche site, Mile High Hockey, believes that we will see more of Game One rather than Game Two tonight in Denver:

So which style of game play will we see tonight? I think it will be more like game 1 than game 2, but honestly I don't care so long as the Avs continue to move their feet and push the tempo, frustrating the brutes in teal. (PS - If you're lucky enough to be headed to the game: it's OK to BOO Rob Blake. It's the playoffs, and besides, he's worked really hard to earn it)

Obviously, if the game was a bigger defensive struggle it would favor the Avalanche which would make our Avalanche experts happy. 

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