Gaudreau posted the game-winning goal with two assists, a plus-2 rating and five shots on goal in a 6-5 overtime victory against the Flyers on Wednesday. The 25-year-old didn't have a point in his last game Sunday, but other than that, he has multiple points in five of the last six contests. Gaudreau also has at least a point in eight of his last nine games, and dating back to Nov. 17, he has registered seven goals and 23 points with a plus-13 rating in 13 games. This incredible hot streak has pushed Gaudreau over the point per game plateau. He has 13 goals and 42 points in 32 contests this season.
Gaudreau registered a pair of assists Thursday in a 2-0 victory over the Wild. Calgary has won four straight with Johnny Hockey tallying three goals and nine points over that span. Gaudreau extended his point streak to six games Thursday, and he now has 37 points in 28 games, including 12 goals. The Flames' forward is an elite fantasy performer who deserves a starting spot each and every night.
Gaudreau compiled two goals and two assists to complement a plus-3 rating in Tuesday's 9-6 road win over the Blue Jackets. One of Gaudreau's points was a power-play apple, and he's now pointed in five straight games. They don't call him Johnny Hockey for nothing, but the showstopping winger was a treat to watch in this barnburner, as he beat Sergei Bobrovsky glove side for his first goal and saw two defenders fall helplessly to the ice upon his highlight-reel shake-and-bake maneuver for goal No. 2 in the third period to make it 8-5. Gaudreau is obviously in elite company with 12 goals and 23 assists through 28 games this season.
Gaudreau tallied a pair of assists in Sunday's 3-2 win over Chicago. The two helpers move Gaudreau ahead of Matthew Tkachuk for the team lead in points, giving Johnny Hockey 10 goals and 31 points on the season, twelve of which have come on Calgary's power play. Meanwhile, the 5-foot-9 winger logged 5:26 of PP time Sunday which tied him with Sean Monahan for the team lead. Both players remain must-starts.
Gaudreau had a power-play goal working against a minus-3 rating in Wednesday's 4-3 home loss to the Stars. Gaudreau tied the game at two goals apiece with 10:19 remaining in the third period, but the Stars received plenty of production from their own top line, and Johnny Hockey was saddled with his worst plus-minus value of the young season. He'll look to tighten up his defensive play in Friday's home game against the Kings -- a team that's only scored 53 goals compared to 75 allowed.
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