Nick Schmaltz and Conor Garland also scored for the Coyotes in the shootout. Joonas Donskoi scored for the Avalanche, but Nathan McKinnon missed wide right against Adin Hill, who stopped 35 shots as Arizona rallied from a 4-2 deficit.
The Coyotes killed off a penalty on Schmaltz in the extra period, with Hill making two outstanding saves during the power play.
Defensemen Jakob Chychrun and Alex Goligoski also scored for Arizona, while Gabriel Landeskog, Mikko Rantanen, MacKinnon and Valeri Nichuskin scored for Colorado. Jonas Johansson stopped 28 shots for the Avs, who beat Arizona 5-1 on Monday night.
The Coyotes were up 2-0 before the Avalanche had a shot on goal. Chychrun scored his ninth goal of the season 1:25 into the game, beating Johansson from the left point. Goligoski scored his first of the season on a feed from Kessel at 4:52.
The high-flying Avalanche began to shift the momentum and scored on the power play at 14:47. Landeskog scored his 10th of the season on a scrum in front of the net with Chychrun off for tripping.
Rantanen tied it with 1:11 left in the first on a backhand feed from behind the net from McKinnon. Despite the slow start, the Avs had an 11-8 edge in shots on goal for the period.
Colorado took its first lead with 10.4 seconds left in the second period when McKinnon’s shot through Landeskog’s screen beat Hill.
Nichuskin scored the Avalanche’s fourth straight goal, redirecting Ryan Graves’ shot from the point, at 5:28. But just 1:10 later, Crouse put home a rebound to make it a one-goal game again.
The Coyotes tied it with 11:19 to play when Kessel, after being stopped in front of the net by Johansson, knocked in a rebound.
McKinnon and Rantanen have scored in six straight games and Landeskog extended his scoring streak to five.
Avalanche: Host the Vegas Golden Knights on Thursday and Saturday.
Coyotes: Host the San Jose Sharks on Friday and Saturday.
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