Giordano tallied a goal, an assist, two PIM and a plus-1 rating during a 5-4 loss to the Kings on Tuesday. Giordano has been amassing quite the resume here in the final month and a half of the season. In his last 19 games, he's recorded six goals and 12 assists, good for an almost point-per-game pace. This has been just another impressive stretch for the 32-year-old who is having the best season of his career by a pretty large margin.
Giordano's goal and assist did little to take the sting off Wednesday's 8-3 loss in Anaheim. This one was basically in the books after the Ducks took a 5-0 lead 5:30 into the second period, but Giordano managed to accrue some valuable garbage-time numbers. While his minus-2 rating was hardly surprising given the nature of the result, the blueliner made owners happy by rounding out his stat line with four shots and four penalty minutes.
Giordano collected an assist in Monday's loss to the Maple Leafs. Giordano's great month continues, as he's racked up 12 points (five goals, seven assists) in 11 games since the calendar flipped to March. The helper was his 49th point of the season, marking a new career high for the defenseman.
Giordano handed out an assist and scored a game-capping power-play goal with four seconds left Wednesday against Winnipeg. He added two penalty minutes and three blocked shots. The 32-year-old continues to build on his career-high goal total, now at 18, and he's also just one short of his career-high 48 points. That makes him essentially a lock to hit 50-plus for the first time -- rarefied country for defensemen. Indeed, Giordano's in elite company on the blue-line scoring list, with only Brent Burns and Oliver Ekman-Larsson leading him in goals.
Giordano scored his 17th goal of the season and added an assist in a 7-4 win over St. Louis on Monday. Giordano also skated to a plus-4 and fired three shots on goal, making it an all-around fantastic night for the captain. After putting up 48 points in 61 games last year (and 47 in 64 the year before that), Giordano is showing that he can consistently produce at a high level -- regardless of how well the Flames are playing as a whole. Through 69 contests in 2015-16, the rearguard has a career-high 17 goals and 45 points, so look for him to make a real push to break that 50-point barrier for the first time in his 10th NHL season.
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