How to Watch the Seattle Kraken vs Colorado Avalanche – NHL (10/21/22) | Channel, Stream, Preview
The Seattle Kraken look to snap a three-game losing streak as a weekend road trip begins against defending champ Avalanche in Colorado.
Both the Seattle Kraken and Colorado Avalanche enter tonight’s game off shootout home losses on Wednesday night, and that’s where the similarities end.
The Kraken, in the franchises’ second season, come into tonight on a three-game losing streak, looking to find some consistent defense and goaltending having allowed at least four goals in four of their first five games.
The Avalanche, last year’s Stanley Cup champions, have a solid scoring punch but haven’t been able to avoid giving up goals in bunches, having allowed five straight goals in last Thursday’s loss at Calgary, and allowed two goals in the game’s first 14 minutes in the loss to Winnipeg.
Seattle Kraken at Colorado Avalanche
- Date: Friday, Oct. 21
- Start time: 9:00 p.m. ET
- Location: Ball Arena, Denver, CO
- TV channel: ESPN+
- Live Stream: fuboTV (Watch for free)
- Tickets: Tickets as low as $60
The Avalanche trio of center Nathan MacKinnon and wingers Mikko Rantanen and Valeri Nichushkin have combined for 25 points through their first four games, with Nichushkin leading the team with five goals and MacKinnon and Rantanen tied with a team-high six assists.
Kraken winger Andre Burakovsky leads the team with five points through the team’s first five games and had recorded a point in each of Seattle’s first four games.
Both teams relish their power play opportunities, ranking in the top-five most efficient units in the NHL. Colorado has converted a whopping 53.9% with the man advantage scoring a league-high seven goals on the power play this season.