- The Nashville Predators scored twice in the final minute to defeat the Colorado Avalanche, 4-3, in an epic comeback.
- Filip Forsberg and Yakov Trenin scored the tying and winning goals, respectively, in the closing seconds of the game.
- Colorado's Andrew Cogliano scored the opening goal, but the Avalanche couldn't hold onto their lead.
Predators shocked the Avalanche with two goals in the final minute, securing a 4-3 win. Filip Forsberg equalized with 38 seconds left, and Yakov Trenin netted the winner to stun Colorado. Despite Andrew Cogliano’s opener, the Avalanche squandered their lead after allowing two quick goals. Although Colorado’s power-play struggles continued, Cale Makar impressed with three points, as Nathan MacKinnon set up Devon Toews’ goal. Valeri Nichushkin’s tip-ins and Makar’s contributions raised the Avalanche’s power-play total, but their defensive lapses allowed Nashville to steal the victory. Josh Manson’s return boosted the Avalanche’s lineup as they fell short against the Predators.