Avalanche's Bednar says Burakovsky, Kadri day-to-day

Colorado Avalanche forward Andre Burakovsky. (Larry MacDougal/THE CANADIAN PRESS)

Colorado Avalanche coach Jared Bednar says forwards Andre Burakovsky and Nazem Kadri are day-to-day because of injuries.

Burakovsky left with an undisclosed injury during the second period of the Avalanche's Game 2 win over the Tampa Bay Lightning in the Stanley Cup Final on Saturday.

Replays showed Burakovsky blocking a puck in the neutral zone with his hand on his final shift of the game.

Burakovsky has three goals and five assists in 12 playoff games this year.

Kadri has been out since undergoing thumb surgery after Game 3 of the Western Conference Final against the Edmonton Oilers.

Prior to the injury, he had six goals and eight assists through 13 playoff games this spring.

The Avalanche lead the Stanley Cup Final 2-0.

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