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3 shot in Commerce City

Update, 8:05 a.m. Commerce City police detectives identified Hugo Alonso Santillana, 19, as the suspect who shot three people in front of a residence in the 15600 block of East 98th Place. Santillana was located and arrested without incident and booked into the Adam County Detention Facility for: assault in the first degree (three counts). An investigation is underway by the Commerce City Police Department after three people were shot...
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Denver has new home of beefy, cheesy, legendary Juicy Lucy | Craving Colorado

DENVER • When people walk into the place that bills itself as Denver’s Home of the Original Juicy Lucy Burger, est. 2021, they are often perplexed. “Oh, my gosh,” says the owner, Michelle “Meesh” McGlone. “About 50 times a day, we have to explain what a Juicy Lucy is.” Just get it. That’s the simple advice of McGlone, the proud Minnesotan who is perhaps Colorado’s proudest ambassador of her home...
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Nichushkin status unknown for Avalanche in Game 6 of Cup Final

TAMPA -- Valeri Nichushkin's status is unknown for the Colorado Avalanche when they visit the Tampa Bay Lightning for Game 6 of the Stanley Cup Final on Sunday. "We're hoping he's going to be in tonight," Avalanche coach Jared Bednar said. Nichushkin and fellow Avalanche forward J.T. Compher were "checked...

Game 6 Notebook: Mystery surrounds hobbled Nichushkin’s status

TAMPA - We’ve reached the stage of the Stanley Cup final where maintenance days are a relative term, and you occasionally need a decoder to sort through the status of several players. The biggest question going into Game 6 is the status of Colorado Avalanche winger Valeri Nichushkin, who...
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At Pride Parades, Revelry Turns To Resistance After Roe V. Wade Reversal

Pride celebrations hosted by LGBTQ communities across the United States this weekend took on a tone of outrage following the Supreme Court's decision to overturn the constitutional right to abortion and a wave of anti-transgender legislation. The weekend's Pride events, which included Sunday parades in New York, Chicago, San Francisco,...

Lightning's Brayden Point to miss Game 6 against Avalanche

Tampa Bay Lightning center Brayden Point will miss his fourth straight Stanley Cup Final game, coach Jon Cooper said Sunday morning. Point, 26, suffered a lower-body injury in the Lightning's Game 7 win against the Toronto Maple Leafs on May 14. After sitting out a pair of series against the Florida Panthers and New York Rangers, Point returned for Games 1 and 2 of the Stanley Cup Final against the Colorado Avalanche. He was largely ineffective, though, recording just one shot across more than 34 minutes on the ice. Point was then scratched from the next three games.

Lightning's Brayden Point Remains Out of Game 6 vs. Avs

The Tampa Bay Lightning are taking the “if it ain’t broke, don’t fix it” approach to their Stanley Cup Final against the Colorado Avalanche. Head coach Jon Cooper confirmed that there would be no lineup adjustments ahead of Game 6 on home ice, meaning Brayden Point would not suit up on Sunday.

Preview: Finish on the road

This series was never meant to finish in anything less than six games. The defending Cup Champion Tampa Bay Lightning put up just enough fight in Ball Arena on Friday to force the Avalanche to try to do exactly what they’ve done three times so far this postseason: close out a series on the road.

Watch the Avalanche vs. Lightning Stanley Cup Online: Stream Hockey Without Cable

Click here to read the full article. If you purchase an independently reviewed product or service through a link on our website, Rolling Stone may receive an affiliate commission. One of the best tournaments in sports is skating towards the finish line as we head into game 6 of the 2022 NHL Stanley Cup Finals. Game 5 saw the Tampa Bay Lightning hold onto their chance at the Stanley Cup trophy, beating the Colorado Avalanche and narrowing their series deficit to 2-3. It’ll be quite a feat if the Lightning can pull off a comeback series win, as only 31 teams have...

3 Keys: Avalanche at Lightning, Game 6 of Stanley Cup Final

Colorado has second shot to win title; Tampa Bay must stick to defensive structure to extend series. Avalanche (1C) at Lightning (3A) The Colorado Avalanche will have their second opportunity to win the Stanley Cup for the first time since 2001 when they play the Tampa Bay Lightning in Game 6 of the Stanley Cup Final at Amalie Arena on Sunday.

Avalanche Look to Seize the Moment in Potential Series-Clinching Game 6

The Colorado Avalanche are focused on seizing their opportunity to close out the 2022 Stanley Cup Final over the two-time defending champions in the Tampa Bay Lightning in Game 6 on Sunday night at Amalie Arena. In Colorado's last game at Amalie Arena, the group claimed a 3-1 series lead...

Avalanche vs. Lightning prediction: Tampa Bay will force Game 7

It seemed as if everybody went into Game 5 of the Stanley Cup Final viewing it as a coronation for the Colorado Avalanche. Colorado was up 3-1 in the series and coming off a terrific performance in Game 4 on the road. The betting market became infatuated with the Avs, and the price reflected that. Colorado closed as -200 favorites on Friday night. To put that in perspective, the Avs closed at -150 in Game 1 and -144 in Game 2.