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 DENVER -- Patrick Roy showed as much boldness behind the bench as he once did as a Hall of Fame goaltender. Kyle Williams Chiefs Jersey . The first-year Colorado coach made some risky moves late in the game -- like pulling his goaltender with 3:01 remaining -- and yet the ploy worked out. Its been that kind of season for Roy and his youthful squad. Paul Stastny scored 7:27 into overtime after tying the game with 13.4 seconds remaining in regulation, lifting the Avalanche to a 5-4 win over the Minnesota Wild in the opener of the Western Conference quarterfinals on Thursday night. "We believe in ourselves," said Roy, who won two Stanley Cup titles for the Avalanche as a player and helped guide the team back to the playoffs for the first time in four years. "Sometimes, youre not playing your best game, but the quality of our team is we found a way to win this game. Thats what you want in the playoffs." Gabriel Landeskog, Ryan OReilly and Jamie McGinn also added goals for Colorado. Stastny beat Ilya Bryzgalov with a close-in wrist shot in overtime, the same type of play Stastny used to tie the game in regulation. Not that the Avalanche were too surprised by the late rally because, "weve done it all year," Stastny said. Its becoming their calling card. "Once again, it shows character in this dressing room," Landeskog said. "Theres no quitting in here. We all wanted this so bad and we worked so hard to get home ice advantage and we werent going to let this one slide." This was a stunner for the Wild. "Its really disappointing. Were in the drivers seat," said Zach Parise, who had two assists. "Were in a really good position going into the third and really throughout the third we were in a good position. We made some mistakes and it was in our net and thats the game." Erik Haula, Charlie Coyle, Ryan Suter and Kyle Brodziak scored for the Wild, who try to bounce back Saturday in Game 2. "You have to learn from it," Suter said. "Learn that the games not over until its over and you have the finish the games." Roy made a bold move with just over three minutes remaining, pulling Semyon Varlamov for an extra skater. Erik Johnson saved a potential empty-net goal with over a minute left as he raced down the ice and slapped away the puck just before it crossed the goal line. Moments later, Stastny beat Bryzgalov with a shot over his shoulder -- the capacity crowd erupted. The Wild took a 4-2 lead after a three-goal second period. They spent the final period trying to play a prevent defence, not allowing the Avalanche to take advantage of their quickness. OReilly stole the puck from Brodziak and slid it over to McGinn, who batted it past Bryzgalov to make it a one-goal game at 12:47. Roy hardly played things by the book as the team tied a franchise record with 52 wins in the regular season. That gamblers mentality certainly didnt change in the post-season. Roy said before the game that it was his job to "have a B plan and a C plan in our pocket" in case of an emergency. In this case, it was pulling Varlamov with plenty of time remaining. "Almost did it at four minutes," Roy said, smiling. Roys strategy almost backfired when the Wild sent a puck rolling toward the goal. Johnson chased it down and knocked the puck away before it crossed the line. He also bumped the goal off its moorings. Matt Cooke took a shot on the goal with Johnson lying in front of the net, which upset a few Avalanche players and led to some pushing and shoving. A big play overshadowed a bit by Stastnys theatrics. "What a comeback," Johnson said. "Thats the kind of stuff you dream about when youre a kid, winning playoff games like that." Although the underdog in the series, the Wild were actually one of the hottest teams down the stretch as they fought just to get into the playoffs. Bryzgalov provided a spark after he was acquired from Edmonton in early March. He went 7-1-3 down the stretch. But Bryzgalov has been inconsistent in the post-season over his career. Hes 17-20 and has allowed 109 goals. "Ive got no problem with his game," Wild coach Mike Yeo said of Bryzgalov. "Were all sitting here disappointed we didnt win the hockey game." NOTES: Earlier in the day, Wild players wore shirts that featured a picture of the Stanley Cup on the back with the slogan, "Take it baby!" above the coveted trophy. ... Avs rookie Nathan MacKinnon finished with three assists. Eric Fisher Chiefs Jersey . -- New York Yankees centre fielder Jacoby Ellsbury was sent for an MRI Thursday of his ailing right calf, which was negative. Marcus Peters Chiefs Jersey .C. -- The Bobcats announced theyve signed centre Justin Hamilton to a 10-day contract. . In mens doubles, Vancouvers Vasek Pospisil and American Jack Sock reached the quarter-finals with a 7-6 (3), 7-6 (3), 6-4 win over Croatian Mate Pavic and Andre Sa of Brazil.Curtis Lazar will make his NHL debut tonight when the Ottawa Senators open the regular season in Nashville. The 19-year-old Lazar will be the only teenager on the Sens roster this evening, but hes certainly not the only one to play for the team at such a young age. Some teenagers -- like Martin Havlat and Wade Redden -- enjoyed immediate success as teenagers in Ottawa. And perhaps surprisingly to some, others like Marian Hossa, Erik Karlsson and Mika Zibanejad actually struggled in their first NHL auditions as teenagers. With Lazar making his debut tonight, heres a look at how the previous teenagers fared with the Ottawa Senators: Alexandre Daigle Total games as teenager: 93 Nobody played more games as a teenager for the Ottawa Senators than Daigle, who ended up playing a total of 93 games as a teen. In his rookie season in 1993-94, Daigle started the campaign as an 18-year-old and actually got off to an amazing start by racking up 12 points in his first seven games in the NHL. Unfortunately for Daigle, that was his best stretch as a teenager and some would argue his best stretch - period - in the league. Wade Redden Total games as a teenager: 89 They say the toughest position to break into in the NHL as a teenager is as a defenseman, but Redden acclimated himself quite nicely in his first season in the league. As a 19-year-old, Redden appeared in all 82 regular season games, finishing with a respectable plus-1 rating on a team that had some players (like Daigle) as low as minus-33. Redden also appeared in all seven playoff games against the Sabres that season and even scored a goal in Game 7 at Buffalo - before the Sens ended up losing a heartbreaker in overtime. Stan Neckar Total games as a teenager: 80 Stan Neckars will go down in Sens history as the guy with the toughest name to pronounce -- making Alex Chiasson look like childs play. Neckar ended up playing the entire lockout-shortened 1994-95 campaign as a 19-year-old, appearing in every single game on the 48-game schedule. And he ended up scoring his first NHL goal on April 10, 1995 against Penguins goalie Phillipe DeRouville in a piece of trivia that you will never use in your life. Radek Bonk Total games as a teenager: 77 A few months after the Sens made him the third overall choice in the 1994 NHL Draft, Bonk suited up for his first NHL game with the club. He ended up spending most of that lockout-shortened year with the Sens, appearing in 42 of the 48 games - but collecting just three goals and 11 points. Martin Havlat Total games as a teenager: 77 Havlat ended up playing the exact same number of games in the NHL as a teenager as Bonk, but he enjoyed a much greater deal of success. In the 2000-01 season, a 19-year-old Havlat provided a number of electrifying moments en route to a season in which he scored 19 goals and finished third in the Calder Trophy voting. Havlats rookie campaign was as impressive as any teenager the Sens have ever seen in their brief history. Erik Karlsson Total games as a teenager: 66 Some people forget this, but Karlsson was sent down to Binghamton of the AHL after playing his first nine games in the NHL. The Senators felt like he needed a little more seasoning, but Karlsson was back up with the big club about a month later and never looked back. He finished his rookie campaign with 26 points in 60 games, but saved his best for last - as he was arguably Ottawas best player in a first-round playoff loss to the Penguins. In that series, he collected six points in six games and saw the ice more than any other player on the team. Chris Phillips Total games as a teenager: 54 One year after he was made the first overall pick by the Senators in 1996, Phillips made his NHL debut as a 19-year-old on October 1, 1997 in Montreal. The most interesting talk around Phillips in his rookie season - and in his first couple of years in the league - is that maybe the club was thinking about using him as a forward rather than a defenceman. Mika Zibanejad Total games as a teenager: 45 Just a couple of months after the Sens made him the sixth overall pick at the NHL Draft, Zibanejad was in the Senators opening night lineup as an 18-year-old against the Red Wings. However, after his nine-game trial was up, the Senators felt like he wasnt ready to compete against men, as he collected only one assist and was playing around 12 minutes per night. He was returned to Djurgardens in the Swedish Elite League and then helped clinch a gold medal for his home country at the IIHF World Junior Championship. He came back the following season after Jason Spezza suffered a serious injury at the start of the lockout-shortened season of 2012-13 and he looked a lot more comfortable as a 19-year-old. Jason Spezza Total games as a teenager: 36 Spezza was a polarizing figure from the moment he broke into the NHL, especially after Jacques Martin and Marshall Johnston made him the final cut from the main roster before the 2001-02 season as an 18-year-old. The following year, however, Spezza made his NHL debut as a 19-year-old in Boston on Occtober 24, 2002. KeiVarae Russell Chiefs Jersey. After appearing in 33 games - and being shuttled between Ottawa and Binghamton - Spezza saved his best work for the playoffs. Called upon to help his team get out of a 3-1 series deficit against the Devils in the Eastern Conference Final, a 19-year-old Spezza delivered with a goal and an assist to help stave off elimination. Mike Fisher Total games as a teenager: 32 Fisher surprised a lot of people by making the Sens team as a 19-year-old to start the 1999-2000 season after he had a very impressive training camp. Fisher was playing about 13 minutes a night, but had his season cut short when he suffered a major knee injury against the Bruins at the end of December. Marian Hossa Total games as a teenager: 25 Just like Karlsson and Zibanejad, Hossa was actually somewhat unimpressive in his first stint in the NHL as a teenager. He was only 18 at the time, but after just seven games (with only one assist) the Sens opted to send him to Portland of the WHL. Hossa had an impressive season with the Winterhawks before suffering a major knee injury during the Memorial Cup. Several months of rehab ensued, but Hossa returned to the NHL in December of 1998 as a 19-year-old and never looked back. Pavol Demitra Total games as a teenager: 12 Demitra will always be known as the one that got away for the Sens organization. In his first game in the NHL on October 9, 1993, an 18-year-old Demitra scored his first-ever goal against the St. Louis Blues. But Demitra spent most of that season playing for the Sens AHL affiliate in PEI and he didnt register another goal in 11 other NHL games that season. A couple of years later the Sens dealt him to the Blues for Christer Olsson in one of the most regrettable moves for the franchise. Radek Hamr Total games as a teenager: 11 Its strange that the first Radek to play for the Sens was actually a Hamr and not a Bonk. But 18-year-old Radek Hamr appeared in four games as an 18-year-old for the Sens in 1992-93 and another seven the following season. He never registered a point and carried a minus-14 rating - which made him fit right in with the expansion-era Senators. Alexei Yashin Total games as a teenager: 11 In his rookie season in 1993-94, Yashin played 11 games before his 20th birthday. He actually picked up 15 points in his 11 games as a teenager - the best stretch for anyone on this list. And in his final game as a teenager on November 3, 1993 against Edmonton, Yashin posted a hat trick with two assists for the only five-point game for any teen in Sens franchise history. Nick Foligno Total games as a teenager: 10 Before turning 20 on Halloween in 2007, Foligno spent the first 10 games of the season playing as a 19-year-old. He collected only one goal - the first of his NHL career against Montreal - as a teenager. He ended up spending about half of that season with the Senators and the other half in Binghamton in the AHL. Robin Lehner Total games as a teenager: 8 Teenaged goalies are a pretty rare commodity, but Lehner actually appeared in eight games as a 19-year-old during the Senators abysmal 2010-11 campaign. His NHL debut was actually in relief on October 16, 2010 at the Bell Centre in Montreal. Lehner was just supposed to serve as the back-up to Brian Elliott, but when he had a problem with his skate, Lehner was forced into the nets for 4:42 of action in which he made his first three saves in the NHL. Cody Ceci Total games as a teenager: 5 Ceci was a surprise call-up to the Sens in early December last season, just a couple of weeks before his 20th birthday. He ended up playing five games as a 19-year-old, including one of the most memorable games of last season. Ceci scored his first-ever NHL goal in overtime of his third career game, giving the Sens a win over the St. Louis Blues. Andrej Meszaros Total games as a teenager: 4 Meszaros had a terrific rookie season in the NHL in 2005-06, ending the season with 39 points and a plus-39 rating after appearing in all 82 games. And in the first four games that season, Meszaros was still technically a 19-year-old -- and he picked up three assists in those games as a teenager. Mark Stone Total games as a teenager: 1 Stones NHL debut was probably the most memorable for any of the teens on this list. He was thrust into the pressure of the NHL playoffs in 2012 in the Senators series against the Rangers. In Game 5, Stone appeared in his first NHL game and picked up an assist on the eventual game-winning goal from Jason Spezza. Oddly enough, Stone would be benched for Games 6 and 7 in that series in favour of Jakob Silfverberg. Jared Cowen Total games as a teenager: 1 Shortly after his Spokane Chiefs were eliminated from the WHL playoffs in the first round, Cowen joined the Senators in time to appear in their next-to-last game of the regular season in Tampa Bay. Cowen had just 11 shifts in the game, playing a total of only 6:46. And oddly enough, Cowen actually wore jersey No. 48 in that game - before switching to his familiar No. 2 for the start of the next season. Wholesale NFL Jerseys ' ' ' 
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