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Pierre-Edouard Bellemare scored on the open net in Colorado's 6-2 victory over the Arizona Coyotes.
Arizona coughed up the puck while trying to climb back from a 5-2 deficit. He took the puck and promptly shot it down ice into the empty cage. It's his first of the year. Bellemare isn't on the fantasy radar unless you need a desperation SHP.
Bellemare produced the first goal of the game in Colorado's 3-2 road win over the Minnesota Wild on Sunday. The goal came on the penalty kill and he finished the game with one point, a plus-1 rating, two shots, one hit and one block.
Bob Mackenzie of TSN commented in game saying, "That goal had a whole lot of odor on it". Yes. Yes it did. Bellemare had taken a lead pass from Matt Calvert and simply went to the top of the circle, fired a slap shot and went right through Dubnyk. You could hear the crowd's collective gasp as it leaked over the line. No matter, Bellemare will take his 8th of the season regardless of how it goes in. He has 20 points so far this season with his new team.
Pierre-Edouard Bellemare tallied two goals in Colorado's 7-3 victory the Vegas Golden Knights on Monday. He finished the game with two points, a plus-2 rating, four shots and one hit.
Bellemare had been on a 16-game scoring drought so this was a breath of fresh air for him, more so that it was against his former squad. Hopefully this will rejuvenate him from a points production stand point as he's currently sitting at six goals and 12 points going into late December.
Pierre-Edouard Bellemare went right to work against his former team by scoring on his first shift and lighting the lamp for the Avs in a 6-1 victory over the Golden Knights. He finished the game with a goal, two assists, a plus-3 rating, four shots and two blocks.
Coach Bednar usually rolls out his top line on the first shift of the game but not in this one. Bellemare took a pass then made a nifty deke to the inside and got into shooting position. He wristed it passed Theo Fleury and scored the first of six on the evening. He's up to three goals and three assists on the season.
Pierre-Edouard Bellemare registered the game-tying goal on Thursday night, helping the Avalanche defeat the visiting Boston Bruins 4-2. He finished the game with one point, a plus-1 rating and two shots through 12:15 of ice time.
Bellemare was coasting towards the net in coverage while Matt Calvert made a nice steal to regain the puck in the Bruins' zone. He drifted a pass through the middle which somehow connected with Bellemare's stick and eek'd past the goal line for his second. The Avs have won three in a row and look to take eight points away from their four-game home stand.