LW - COL
Gabriel Landeskog notched a power play goal in Colorado's 5-4 victory over the Minnesota Wild. He filled up the stat sheet with a goal, a plus-1 rating, two PIM, three shots, one hit and one block.
Landeskog was posted up in front of the net while on the man advantage. The puck moved seamlessly from Mackinnon, to Rantanen to Landeskog's stick, and redirected in. It would end up being the game-winner. He has amassed 28 points since March 1st. He also provides value in the hits and blocks categories. Expect him to be very useful for fantasy managers the rest of the way.
Gabriel Landeskog potted a pair of goals and an assist in Colorado's 9-3 thumping of the Arizona Coyotes. He finished the game with three points, a plus-1 rating, three shots and one hit.
His first goal was a brutal give away by the Coyotes defense. He eased through the middle of the ice and burned Aaron Hill top shelf. The second was a little tic tac toe action from the Avs top line which had Mackinnon and Rantanen in on the action. Landeskog has 8 points in his last five games and should keep on rollin' while the Avalanche continue to win. He's up to 14 goals and 33 points.
Gabriel Landeskog produced a goal, an even-rating four shots and one hit in Colorado's 5-2 win over the Anaheim Ducks on Monday.
The Avs captain was posted up in front of the net during the power play and was in prime position to deflect a Cale Makar wrist shot from the point. He was successful and it's his 12th of the season. He's up to 30 points this year and there is no reason to think that will slow down.
Gabriel Landeskog posted a goal and two assists in Colorado's 6-0 beat down of the rival Minnesota Wild. He racked up three points, a plus-2 rating, 2 PIM, four shots, and one hit.
Landeskog's goal was a funny one where he shot on Kappo Kahkonen and took a weird bounce, rolled up onto his shoulder and fell into the net. It wasn't the prettiest but it's over the line and counts for his 9th of the year. He's up to 24 points through 27 games.
Gabriel Landeskog netted a power play goal in Colorado's 6-2 road-win over the Arizona Coyotes on Saturday. He registered a goal, an even rating, three shots and one hit.
The goal came from a scrum in front of the net with players fighting for the rebound. The Avs captain sniffed it out and buried it for his fourth of the season. He's up to nine points so far and expect his production to increase as the Avalanche see 17 games in March. Landeskog can also be reliable in the hits and blocks department as well.