C - VAN
Pettersson scored two goals, one on the power play, and two assists with one of those coming on the power play as well, in Vancouver's defeat of the Golden Knights.
Vancouver's forward has 8 points (6 goals, 2 assists) in his last 5 games and is at 53 points (24 goals, 29 assists) in 69 games this year.
Pettersson scored a goal in the second and third periods of the Canucks loss to St. Louis.
The young Canuck did all he could to try and will his team to victory. This was his second two goal night in his last three games. He's up to 22 goals and 27 assists in 67 games.
Elias Pettersson tallied his 24th assist of the year in a 4-3 overtime loss to Washington. He finished with an even rating and one SOG.
Pettersson extended his point streak to three games. He has 42 points in 59 games and is an excellent starting option.
Elias Pettersson collected an empty net goal to help round out the Canucks' 5-2 win over the Rangers.
The fourth year player has been disappointing on the season compared to his lofty expectations. The score was his 17th of the season to go along with 21 assists. Sixteen of his 37 points have come on the power play so his opportunities remain plentiful.
Tanner Pearson got the Canucks on the board at the 4:52 mark of the second period. The goal was his eighth of the year, and helped narrow the losing margin to four, after Thatcher Demko game up the first five goals of the game to the visiting Ducks. Pettersson followed up with a goal of his own, bringing the team within three, making the score 5-2, but momentum was stopped just a minute later on an Adam Henrique goal to bring the margin back to four to close the second period rally attempt. The Canuck center also added two assists in the 7-4 home loss.
The center picked up three points in the loss, being involved in most of the Canucks scoring tonight. He added six face-off wins, four hits and two assists. Pettersson will continue to be a factor moving forward.