Avalanche vs Lightning: Live Updates Colorado beat Tampa Bay 7-0 in Game 2

Yes, we’ve reached the point where, if this was a Rockies game, the fans would be getting free tacos. 

The Avalanche will head to Tampa Bay for Game 3 after dominating the Lightning 7-0. 

In a tick-tack-toe power play sequence as impressive as any play in the game, Nathan MacKinnon 

passed right to Mikko Rantanen, who fired a cross-ice pass to Cale Makar, who fired it past Andrei 

Vasilevskiy for his second goal of the game. It’s 7-0, Avs. And now it’s time for Blink 182.

Power play. Even strength. Short-handed. It. Does. Not. Matter. The Avalanche is completely dominating this game, 

with Cale Makar’s scintillating one-mane break leading to his first goal of the Stanley Cup Final and a 6-0 Avs lead in Game 2 

Sean Keeler, sports columnist: What happens when the two-time defending Cup champs get de-pantsed on national television? They lose their 

um, stuff. Completely. I’m almost embarrassed for Corey Perry. Almost. Meanwhile, every time Big Val Nichushkin scores in a Cup Final, a cash register bell  

goes off on his agent’s cellphone. The Avs’ right winger is up to eight goals for this playoff run, and three in the first two games of this series, after his silky wrister gave Colorado a giddy 4-0 lead.