Chiefs in the Stanley Cup Playoffs: August 12, 2020

Jason Franson / Canadian Press via AP

The NHL’s 2020 Stanley Cup Playoffs continued on Wednesday with five more games, including multiple Chiefs alumni in action.

Arizona (0) at Colorado (3)

Michael Grabner (2004-07) and the Coyotes couldn’t get the offense going against the Colorado Avalanche, losing 3-0. Grabner finished -1 in 12:53 of ice time, including time on both the power play and penalty kill. Jared Bednar (1991-92) led the Avs behind the bench, a position he has held since 2016.

Vancouver (5) at St. Louis (2)

Travis Green (1986-90) directed the Vancouver Canucks to a decisive 5-2 win over the reigning champion St. Louis Blues in the second game of the night in the Edmonton playoff bubble. Green, who starred for the Chiefs in the late 1980’s before a distinguished professional career, has served as head coach of the Canucks since 2017.

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