Draisaitl scored twice on seven shots, dished an assist went plus-2 in Friday's 5-3 win over the Golden Knights. Draisaitl was held off the scoresheet Thursday against the Coyotes, but he was significantly more involved Friday. The German superstar is up to four goals, 11 points, 17 shots on net and a plus-7 rating in five games. He's played well both with and without Connor McDavid, giving the Oilers impressive quality in their top six.
Draisaitl scored two goals, dished two assists and went 20-for-29 in faceoffs in Tuesday's 6-5 win over the Ducks. Draisaitl stole the show in Tuesday's high-scoring battle. His first goal came in the final minute of the first period on the power play, and he added an empty-netter that ultimately counted as the game-winner late in the third. The German superstar has already amassed eight points, 10 shots on net, a plus-4 rating and three power-play points through three contests while sharing nearly all of his ice time with Connor McDavid.
Draisaitl recorded three assists, five shots on goal, a plus-2 rating and went 14-for-21 at the faceoff dot in Saturday's 5-2 win over the Flames. Draisaitl has filled the playmaker role to begin 2021-22, logging four assists in two games. The German superstar has added seven shots on goal and a plus-2 rating while flanking Connor McDavid, who had a hat trick in Saturday's win. Draisaitl on his own is pretty good, but when the Oilers' two superstars play together, they're a dominant force.
Draisaitl posted a power-play assist and two shots on goal in Wednesday's 3-2 shootout win over the Canucks. Draisaitl set up Zach Hyman's first goal as an Oiler at 17:12 of the second period. Expectations remain high for Draisaitl, who had a strong 84 points in 56 outings last year. He's topped the century mark twice in his career and he was on pace to do so if last season had been a full 82-game campaign. The German superstar opened the season on Connor McDavid's left win, but Draisaitl is also capable of driving play on his own line should head coach Dave Tippett decide to shuffle his forward units.
Draisaitl added two helpers and 10 shots on goal in 44:37 of total ice time in Monday's 4-3 triple-overtime loss to Winnipeg in Game 4. Draisaitl had multiple chances to push the series to a Game 5 in overtime, but it took three overtimes and a Kyle Connor breakaway goal to end the amazing seasons of Draisaitl and teammate Connor McDavid. Despite having 84 points in 56 games in the regular season and helping the Oilers get to second in the North Division, the team is going home after losing four straight to the Jets -- three of which ended in overtime.
Last 7 Games
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