Disputed Game 7 ends dramatic Kraken-Avalanche playoff series.

Jordan Eberle, a forward for the Kraken, somehow supplied gasoline to a first-round playoff series that was already more dramatic than the majority of NHL games requiring seven games.

Eberle ensured that Ball Arena supporters will have a point of contention on Sunday night as to why the defending champion Colorado.

Avalanche are up against a second-year team in a sudden-death Game 7. Before Cogliano's fractured neck.

Was revealed late Saturday afternoon, the league decided not to hold a hearing over Eberle's boarding penalty against him in Friday's Game 6 loss.

The veteran Kraken winger was free to participate in Sunday's winner-take-all match to determine who plays Dallas in Round 2.

Saturday's late announcement enraged Avs supporters worried about Cogliano. Many had spent the day in predictable hand-wringing.

Teeth-gnashing, and whataboutism in suggesting Eberle deserves the Cale Makar suspension and will make that vocally clear Sunday

Whenever Eberle touches the puck. The Kraken must be more disciplined and composed in Game 7 than in Friday's home loss.


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