Gabriel Landeskog

#92 LW / Colorado Avalanche / EXP: 4YRS Height: 6-1 Weight: 204 lb Age: 23 College: None

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      Avalanche's Gabriel Landeskog: Picks up two points in loss

      Landeskog picked up a goal and an assist in Wednesday's 5-3 loss to the Senators, while skating 23:45 in the contest. Head coach Patrick Roy is maximizing Landeskog's playing time of late, and the decision is paying off, as the 23-year-old Swede has recorded five points in his last four games. Even so, the Avalanche's captain sports a minus-3 rating on the season, and it's going to be hard for him to recover as long as the team around him continues to struggle.

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      Avalanche's Gabriel Landeskog: Returning from suspension Thursday

      Landeskog will return to action Thursday against the Penguins after serving a two-game suspension, Mike Chambers of the Denver Post reports. Landeskog, who has tallied 12 points (five goals, seven assists) in 16 games this season, is expected to return to his role skating on Colorado's top line and top power-play unit in Thursday's contest.

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      Avalanche's Gabriel Landeskog: Suspended two games

      Landeskog has been suspended two games by the NHL Department of Player Safety after delivering an illegal check to the head in Thursday's game. The punishment seems to fit the crime in this case, as Landeskog delivered a vicious hit to head of Boston's Brad Marchand, who was releasing a shot as contact was made. Landeskog was ejected from Thursday's contest following the hit, which resulted in Mikhail Grigorenko moving into Landeskog's spot on the Colorado first line, where the Russian registered his third assist of the season.

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      Avalanche's Gabriel Landeskog: Tossed from Thursday's game after illegal hit

      Landeskog was ejected from Thursday night's game against the Bruins after an illegal hit to the head of Brad Marchand in the second period. According to Joe Haggery of CSN New England, the incident is being reviewed by the NHL Department of Player Safety. As pointed out by the Denver Post, Landeskog received a five-minute major, game misconduct penalty for the play and was subsequently met with a punch to the face by Marchand, who spent two minutes in the penalty box for roughing. Mikhail Grigorenko replaced Landeskog on the first line. "Obviously, he wasn't hurt (by throwing) that sucker punch," Landeskog said. "I'm happy he didn't get hurt. I feel like my principle point of contact was (his) shoulder." Once the NHL fully completes the review of the incident, fantasy owners will learn whether or not further discipline will officially be handed down to the prolific Landeskog.

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      Avalanche's Gabriel Landeskog: In four-game scoreless slump

      After starting the season with six points over three games, Landeskog has fallen into a four-game slump in which he hasn't registered on the scoresheet. He's also gone minus-2 in that span, but at least Landeskog's chipped in eight penalty minutes. Even so, the sin-bin time is quite secondary to the point production fantasy owners are looking for from Landeskog. He continues to play heavy first-line minutes and took seven shots on goal against Columbus on Saturday, so it seems likely that Landeskog will turn things around in due time.

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      Avalanche's Gabriel Landeskog: Scores four points in win

      Landeskog scored two goals and two assists in Saturday's 6-3 win over Dallas. Landeskog scored the Avs' fifth and sixth goals to seal a come-from-behind win against the Stars. He previously assisted on Nathan MacKinnon's first of the season and Jarome Iginla's power-play goal. The Avs captain now has five points in two games to start the season and is well on his way to completing his fourth 20-goal season. His all-round ability makes him a fantasy gem.

    • Avs' Landeskog Enters Camp With Health Intact

      News: Gabriel Landeskog appears to be fully recovered from the offseason procedure he underwent to address a wrist issue, Mike Chambers of the Denver Post reports.
      Analysis: Coach Patrick Roy didn't cite Gabriel Landeskog as a player that would enter training camp with any sort of injury limitations, so it appears safe to presume that he's back to 100 percent health. The former Calder Trophy winner will be back in a top-six role this season for the Avalanche, but it's unclear if he'll slot on the first or second line.
    • Avs' Landeskog Undergoes Wrist Surgery

      News: Gabriel Landeskog recently underwent offseason wrist surgery, the Denver Post reports.
      Analysis: Gabriel Landeskog, who was still wearing a cast as of Friday, will not be able to play for Sweden during May's World Championships as a result of the procedure. The winger is expected to be healthy for training camp and ready to reprise his top-six role for the Avalanche. He finished the recently completed season with 23 goals, 59 points, and a minus-2 rating over 82 games.
    • Avs' Landeskog Has Three-Game Point Streak

      News: Gabriel Landeskog extended his point streak to three games with an assist in Tuesday's win over the Predators.
      Analysis: Aside from a decline in plus/minus from plus-21 to minus-2, Gabriel Landeskog's offensive production (23 goals, 58 points) looks quite similar to what he delivered in 2013-14. There was some hope this season that Landeskog could take another next step forward this season and develop into a 70-point scorer for the Avalanche, but at just 22 years old, he still has plenty of time to reach his full potential.
    • Avs' Landeskog Collects Two More Points

      News: Gabriel Landeskog scored a power-play goal and dished out an assist Thursday in a 4-1 win over the Canucks.
      Analysis: That's points in three straight and seven points in the last five games for Gabriel Landeskog, who's at least partially compensated for his severe struggles throughout the first half of the season by rounding into form for the second half. March has been his strongest month by far, as he's racked up six goals and 14 points in 11 games.
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