Johnny Gaudreau

#13 LW / Calgary Flames / EXP: 2YRS Height: 5-8 Weight: 155 lb Age: 22 College: Boston College

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      Flames' Johnny Gaudreau: Scores OT winner against Blackhawks

      Gaudreau scored the overtime winner and had an assist Friday against Chicago. A strong night for the 22-year-old, who fired six shots on goal in 20:33 of ice time. Gaudreau now has points in back-to-back games and is up to five goals and 15 assists on the season. Skating on the top line with Season Monahan, the crafty playmaker is a must-start every game.

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      Flames' Johnny Gaudreau: Scores second goal of season

      Gaudreau netted a goal in Tuesday's 6-3 loss to the Avalanche. While Calgary is off to a terrible start offensively, Gaudreau has been stellar with 13 points in 13 games. He has also climbed back up to even on his plus/minus, and is a premier fantasy winger in just his second year.

    • Flames' Gaudreau Comes Up Big In Game 3

      News: Johnny Gaudreau scored the tying goal on a power play with 20 seconds remaining in the third period of Tuesday's Game 3, sending it to overtime, where the Flames came away with a 4-3 win.
      Analysis: With the net behind him empty and a six-on-four opportunity, Johnny Gaudreau brought the puck down into the offensive zone, saw some space open up, stepped into it, and fired the puck past Frederik Andersen. The goal represents his first point of the series, as the Ducks did a tremendous job of shutting down Gaudreau over the first two games, limiting him to just a single shot on goal in each contest. Can't keep Johnny Hockey down for long, though.
    • Flames' Gaudreau Nets Three Points In Game 6 Win

      News: Johnny Gaudreau scored his second goal of the playoffs and had two assists in Saturday's series-clinching Game 6 win over Vancouver.
      Analysis: Johnny Gaudreau had a great first round, registering six points in six games. He was held off the scoresheet in just two of the games and logged over 20 minutes of ice time in Games 4, 5 and 6. The 21-year-old is a rising fantasy stud and will play a key role for the Flames once again in Round 2 against the Ducks.
    • Flames' Gaudreau Scores First Playoff Goal

      News: Johnny Gaudreau scored his first NHL playoff goal -- a power-play tally -- in Tuesday's Game 4 victory over the Canucks.
      Analysis: Vancouver managed to keep him off the scoresheet in Game 1, but since then, Johnny Gaudreau has pointed in each contest, helping the Flames build a 3-1 series lead. He's not a future star -- he's just a star, period.
    • Flames' Gaudreau Adds Assist

      News: Johnny Gaudreau recorded an assist in a 4-2 Game 3 win against the Canucks on Sunday.
      Analysis: Johnny Gaudreau is continuing his stellar rookie campaign into the postseason, with two assists and eight shots on goal in three games. His first career playoff goal can't be far off with how much he's shooting, and he's proving he can handle the increased pressure of the playoffs.
    • Flames' Gaudreau Set To Sit Out Saturday

      News: Johnny Gaudreau (rest) is skating as an extra in warmups and isn't expected to play Saturday against the Jets, Wes Gilbertson of the Calgary Sun reports.
      Analysis: The Flames were able to clinch their spot in the playoffs with Thursday's win over the Kings, so it appears Johnny Gaudreau will be among the many regulars who will sit out Saturday. He'll finish his rookie season with 24 goals and 64 points over 80 games, giving him a decent chance at coming away with Calder Trophy honors.
    • Flames' Gaudreau Adds Two Points

      News: Johnny Gaudreau scored his 24th goal and dished his 40th assist Thursday in a 3-1 win over Los Angeles.
      Analysis: With the win, Calgary clinched a playoff spot, and much of the credit for the Flames' franchise turnaround has to go to their 2011 fourth-round pick, who's revitalized this offense -- especially linemate Jiri Hudler -- with his creative offensive play. He's netted 64 points while missing just two games in his rookie campaign, and he's done it despite being perhaps the lightest player in the entire league.
    • Flames' Gaudreau Registers Assist

      News: Johnny Gaudreau upped his assist total to 39 on the season with a helper in Thursday's 4-1 loss to the Blues.
      Analysis: Johnny Gaudreau has been far beyond what the Flames could have hoped for from the rookie. He certainly is in the running for the Calder Trophy and is already a fantasy stud along with linemates Sean Monahan and Jiri Hudler.
    • Two Points For Flames' Gaudreau

      News: Johnny Gaudreau scored a goal and added an assist in Monday's 5-3 win over the Stars.
      Analysis: His second-period tally -- his 22nd of the season -- held up as the game-winner. With the two points, the rookie has officially cracked the 60-point barrier in what has been a fantastic debut campaign.
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