Colorado Avalanche’s Nazem Kdri scores a hat trick in Game 4, pushing St. Louis Blues closer to elimination

Avalanche center Nazem KadriWho was the subject of racist attacks and threats After his injurious collision, he was taken to the hospital. Blues goalie Jordan Binnington In Saturday's Game 3, Colorado's hat trick was achieved 6-3 Game 4 win St. Louis was pushed to the edge of elimination on Monday night.

Kadri scored two goals during the second period of an Avalanche rally in which they scored four goals in just 4 minutes 53 seconds to give them a 4-1 lead. Kadri had drew a Colorado 5-on-3 Power Play, which resulted in the second of those goals. Pavel Buchnevich After the whistle blows, hit him. David Perron Cross-checked him to make sure he was on the right side.

He finished the hat trick at 9.38 of the third, beating goalie Ville Husso After the Blues cut the lead to 4-3, he extended the Colorado lead to 2 goals. Later, Kadri assisted. Mikko RantanenFor a night of four points, it's an empty-netter.

Kadri stated to TNT that the one for those who hate is for them after the game.

Husso began Game 4 shortly after. Binnington suffered a lower-body injury Just six minutes and 45 second into Game 3, Kadri and Blues defenseman Calle Rosen Binnington was a place I crashed into, chasing a loose puck.

Kadri did not receive any penalty for his play. He was not subject to any additional discipline by the NHL Department of Player Safety.

After Game 3, Blues coach Craig Berube Kadri was not questioned on the role of the injury.

“Look at Kadri‚Äôs record. He said nothing about Kadri. Kadri has been suspended multiple times, including an eight game ban for illegally checking the head of St. Louis defenseman. Justin Faulk In the 2021 playoffs.

Sunday: Hockey player Akim Aliu He tweeted that he had spoken with Kadri, and that the Avalanche Center had been subject to “so many racist attacks and threats depuis last night that police had had to be brought into.”

Kadri, Aliu, and Kadri were the founding members of Hockey Diversity Alliance. The organization is comprised of hockey players of color and ex-players of color. It aims to eradicate racism from the sport. Kadri, a Muslim of Lebanese heritage, is Kadri.

Colorado issued a statement Sunday to the media stating that “the Avalanche organisation is aware of threats towards Nazem Kalri and is working together with local law enforcement to probe.”

Aliu stated to ESPN that Kadri felt unsafe in the Avalanche's St. Louis team hotel, partly because of social media threats. Aliu stated that additional police had to be stationed at the hotel because of these threats.

Game 5 is Wednesday night in Colorado. The Avalanche will be trying to make it to the Western Conference Final, for the first time since 2002.

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