Silfverberg scored an empty-net goal and added an assist in Friday's 5-2 win over the Kings. Silfverberg ended the year with a goal and four assists over his final three games. He had 43 points (24 goals, 19 helpers) in 73 games -- the third straight 40-point campaign for the Swedish winger.
Silfverberg produced an assist and two blocked shots in Wednesday's 3-1 win over the Flames. The assist allowed Silfverberg to best his output from last season, with 41 points in 72 games this year. It's his second-best campaign in a seven-year career, and he's largely been unaffected by the dearth of scoring in Anaheim this season with his third straight 40-point campaign. He's earned 11 of his points on the power play and two more while shorthanded.
Silfverberg dished out two assists in Saturday's win over the Oilers. Silfverberg's two helpers lifted him to 40 points for the third straight campaign, and he's already tied his career high in goals (23). The 28-year-old has struggled defensively this season with a minus-12 rating, but that can simply be attributed to the overall state of the Ducks this season.
Silfverberg found the scoresheet three times with an overtime goal and two assists in Friday's 4-3 overtime win against San Jose. The three points give Silfverberg 13 in 12 games, as the Swede is averaging more than a point per game in the month of March. Friday's marker also happened to be his fourth game-winning goal in 2018-19, good for most on the Ducks. Through all the turmoil, Silfverberg's play this season has been one of the few bright spots in Anaheim's otherwise disappointing campaign.
Silfverberg scored the game-wining goal in the third period of Sunday's win over the Panthers. Silfverberg has been the Ducks' hottest scorer lately, scoring for the fourth time in five games and six of the last nine. He's the rare player whose production has picked up after agreeing to a big contract extension, rather than prior to it.
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