F - COL
Gabriel Landeskog racked up two assists in Colorado's 3-2 home win over the visiting New York Rangers on Wednesday night. He finished the game with two points, an even-rating, 2 PIM, five shots and two blocks.
With the Avalanche walking wounded, they've needed their talent and depth players to step up. They have. Both his assists came on the powerplay. Since February 21st he's contributed five goals and ten assists which have no doubt helped keep the Avalanche on pace with St. Louis in the Western Conference. He has 21 goals and 44 points through 54 games in 2019/20.
Gabriel Landeskog was unable to record a point during a 3-1 loss to the Los Angeles Kings. He finished the game with one shot and a minus-one rating in 21:53 minutes.
The loss ended an eight game scoring streak for Landeskog who posted five goals and eight assists in that span. This season he has 21 goals and 21 assists in 53 games.
Gabriel Landeskog put up an assist for the game winner on Monday night helping lift the Avalanche to a franchise-record setting win on the road. He finished the game with one point, a plus-1 rating, one shot, one hit and one block.
Landy saw Logan O'Connor making a break up the center. Instead of dodging the incoming hit, he made the pass and got smoked in open ice. O'Connor made no mistake and put in the second goal of the night for the Avalanche. They now have an eight-game road winning streak which is the best since their move from Quebec in 1995/96. Landeskog is now up to 18 goals and 16 assists.
Gabriel Landeskog opened the scoring for the Avalanche in their 3-2 road win over the Nashville Predators. He ended the game with a goal, an even rating, two penalty minutes and five shots.
Landy moved gingerly through the offensive zone and found daylight in the short side shelf between the post and Juuse Saros' shoulder. It looked like it went in and out but the ref had a clear view and called it a goal immediately. The Avs have won a franchise-best eight in a row on the road and are showing their true colors while walking wounded. Landeskog is up to 18 goals and 33 points.
Gabriel Landeskog netted one in Colorado's 3-1 home win over the New York Islanders. He registered a goal, a plus-2 rating, two shots and one block through 21:15 TOI.
His goal came on a Nathan Mackinnon point shot which Landeskog redirected into the net for his 16th of the season. He's up to 29 points through 43 games this year. Those aren't the greatest numbers for where he was drafted this year but expect him to produce down the stretch as the Avalanche have a favorable strength-of-schedule in March. He's a good trade target if your league hasn't passed the deadline yet.