RW - COL
Logan O'Connor buried two goals in Colorado's 7-3 road win over the New York Rangers on Wednesday. He finished the game with two points, a plus-3 rating, three shots and one block.
O'Connor's first goal was a tidy, well executed toe drag around the Rangers defender then ripped one past Adam Huska on his glove side for the first. His second came 22 seconds later as the puck left the Avs zone and he wheeled in on a breakaway. He made a barely-noticeable (yet effective) shot fake that made the goalie move and he scored his second of the game. He's up to five goals and seven assists on the season. Keep an eye on him if he starts to heat up and can be used as an upside winger for streaming purposes due to the high-scoring ability of the Avalanche offense.
Logan O'Connor had a shorthanded assist, one shot, two hits and one block in win over Montreal.
O'Connor has played well to maintain his third-line role.
Logan O'Connor opened up the scoring early in the second period in Colorado's loss to Columbus.
O'Connor has seen increased playing time due to the rash of Avalanche injuries. This was his first goal on the season.
Logan O'Connor opened the scoring for Colorado in their 5-1 win over the Minnesota Wild on Saturday. He tallied a goal, a plus-1 rating, and two shots.
O'Connor was called up due to Matt Calvert falling out of the lineup. He took a shot, which found it's way through multiple bodies, caught Kahkonen's stick awkwardly and went in. He has one goal in one game this year.
Logan O'connor scored the GWG in Monday night's 2-1 road win over the lowly Detroit Red Wings. He finished the game with one goal, an even rating, one shot and one block.
O'Connor was making a move down ice and was spotted by Avs captain Gabriel Landeskog. Landy went for the stretch pass and took a big hit, but he landed it and O'Connor buried his second of the season. With the Avalanche walking wounded he saw time on the top line.