MacKinnon scored twice and added an assist during Thursday's 4-1 win over St. Louis. MacKinnon now sports a 10-game point streak consisting of 10 goals and 10 assists, as he continues to strengthen his Hart Trophy case. He's largely responsible for Colorado's position in the first wild-card spot in the Western Conference, and his 4.2 points per 60 minutes pace all NHL regulars. Additionally, despite missing eight games, MacKinnon is still just six points shy of leader Nikita Kucherov in the Art Ross race.
MacKinnon amassed two power-play goals and three assists in Friday's 7-1 drubbing of the visiting Wild. Incredibly, this was the second five-point effort of the season for the speedy MacKinnon, who also accomplished the feat against the Capitals on Nov. 24. Such an outstanding performance probably rendered the power-play pivot a must-own in DFS tournaments, especially for the folks involved in smaller slates. Having registered an eye-popping 76 points (31 goals, 45 assists) through 56 game, this is the year that MacKinnon has put it all together to officially join the elite class of centermen. He should fly off drafts boards next fall.
MacKinnon struck for a goal and added an assist Wednesday in a 5-2 win over Calgary. MacKinnon is one of the biggest reasons the Avalanche have gone from a truly wretched campaign last year to the thick of the wild-card hunt this season. He tore through an abbreviated February with 10 points in six games during the month, and he's already beaten his career highs in goals, points and assists. MacKinnon's a must-start when he takes the ice.
MacKinnon scored twice and added a power-play assist during Monday's 3-1 win over Vancouver. The emerging superstar has marked the scoresheet in three of five games for four goals and four assists since returning from a shoulder injury Feb. 18. MacKinnon's 3.94 points per 60 minutes trail only Evgeni Malkin's 4.12 mark, as the Colorado center is finally putting it all together at the highest level. Additionally, the Hart Trophy talk MacKinnon is currently garnering is warranted, and he's been even more valuable to fantasy owners this season.
MacKinnon scored the Avalanche's only goal in a 5-1 loss to Calgary on Saturday. Mack continues to set a new career mark in points with each one he posts. The 22-year-old's breakout continues. MacKinnon now has 26 goals and 66 points in just 53 contests.
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