F - COL
Tyson Jost opened the scoring in Colorado's 3-2 overtime victory vs. the New York Rangers on Wednesday. He tallied a goal, an even-rating, two PIM, two shots and two hits.
The goal came on the power play where he took a feed from Gabriel Landeskog. He was able to move laterally through the zone and shot it over the Georgiev's glove to tie the game at one. That's his eighth of the season and 23rd point to date.
Tyson Jost netted a pair of goals on Friday night helping lift the Avalanche to a 3-2 road win over the Carolina Hurricanes. He finished the game with two goals, a plus-2 rating, four shots, two hits and two blocks.
Jost's first goal came on a 2 on 1 where he opted to take the shot and fired it through Anton Forsberg. The second was a take in-close from Cale Makar that he squeaked through the goalie to make it two nothing. This was his sixth and seventh goal of the season and brings him up to 19 points this year.
Tyson Jost was the first Avalanche player this season to get three in one game. He lifted the visiting team to a convincing 6-2 road win against the Tampa Bay Lightning on Saturday. He finished the game with three points, a plus-2 rating, three shots and two hits.
Jost's first goal came from Girard who was looking at J.T. Compher wound up for a one-timer, but sent it the other way and was put in the top shelf. The second was little wrister back up top, again. The third was a narrow 2 on 1 and was able to squeeze a low one in the cage. Jost, Wilson and Compher appear to be gelling right now and finding ways to be successful. If this continues, Jost may become a fantasy-useful C. He does carry a career 36.6% however and needs to show that this is his year after Colorado drafted him 10th overall in 2016.
Tyson Jost buried his third consecutive goal of the playoffs just 51 seconds into the third period of Game Seven against San Jose Wednesday.
Jost was beginning to catch fire in these playoffs as he scored his third consecutive goal of the post-season in Colorado's Game Seven loss to the Sharks. He will end the post-season with three goals, an assist, and a plus-three rating in 12 games played.
Tyson Jost opened up the scoring in Game Six with a goal just four minutes into the second period. Colorado would proceed to win 4-3 in OT and force a Game Seven at San Jose Wednesday night.
Jost has three points in 11 games played this post-season. He will look to help his team finish off this series Wednesday night in San Jose to move on to the Western Conference Finals.