Over the last 13 games Duchene has posted 11 goals and nine assists. He's been great and is on pace to set a career high in goals.
Matt Duchene put his name on the scoresheet Monday night against the Jets, giving him 10 goals in November. According to Mike Chambers of the Denver Post, Duchene is now tied with Claude Lemieux (1995-96) for most goals by an Colorado Avalanche player in a single month.
Duchene will have a chance to break the record since Colorado has two more games in November. The 24-year-old stumbled into the season by not recording his first point until the fifth game, but it's clear as day that Duchene is back to being the point-producing machine that we've been accustomed to since he notched 55 points as a rookie in 2009-10.
Matt Duchene potted two goals -- the first one on the power play -- in Thursday's 4-3 loss to Pittsburgh.
After a painfully slow start to the year -- one goal and three points in the first 11 games -- Duchene's gotten himself to double-digit goals in a hurry, rattling off nine in the Avs' last eight contests. He's been particularly white-hot on the Avs' current road swing, with six goals and five assists accompanied by a plus-7 rating over five games, and the Avs will agains be away from Colorado when they visit the Capitals on Saturday.
Matt Duchene stuffed the stat sheet with a goal and two assists in a 6-1 win over Montreal on Saturday.
With a tally in nearly every stat category, Duchene finished with a power-play goal, two assists, two penalty minutes, and skated to a plus-3 rating. It was a busy night for the center, who seems to have finally found his groove after struggling in the first month of the season. Since the turn of the calendar, Duchene has seven goals and five assists in seven games played.
Matt Duchene scored the game-winning goal in Thursday's 3-2 win over the Bruins.
Duchene got a great feed from Mikhail Girgorenko and had no trouble beating the scrambling Tuukka Rask for his seventh goal. The 24-year-old is in the midst of his best stretch of the season, scoring six goals with two assists over his past five games.