Marner scored a goal and added an assist Thursday in a 5-3 victory over Detroit. Marner has 10 points (three goals, seven assists) and is one of four -- yes, four -- Maple Leafs in the top-four scorers in the NHL (Auston Matthews, John Tavares, Morgan Rielly). His game has taken the next step and it's a huge one. Marner could finish on top of the Leafs' scoring list. Deploy with confidence.
Marner scored one goal and added three assists in Tuesday's 7-4 win over the Stars. Marner picked up a loose puck in the slot and flicked a quick wrister over Ben Bishop's shoulder to open the scoring. The onslaught ensued, as he had the primary assist on each of John Tavares' goals and the secondary helper for Auston Matthews. Marner now has two goals and six assists in four games.
Marner put up two more assists in Sunday's 7-6 overtime win over Chicago. One came on the power play while the other was at even strength. Marner now has back-to-back two-point games. He's just warming up and is showing glimpses of taking his game to a whole new level.
Marner scored a power-play goal and added an even-strength assist in a 5-3 loss to Ottawa on Saturday night. The points were his first this season. Marner is an elite passer who is focused on increasing his goal scoring this year. He might eventually lead the Leafs in scoring this season, ahead of Auston Matthews and John Tavares. Marner really is that good.
Marner scored a goal and added three assists in a 5-3 victory over the Canadiens on Wednesday. The 21-year-old has displayed tremendous chemistry with John Tavares this preseason, but Wednesday, he shined on the Auston Matthews line. Whether he plays with Matthews or Tavares, Marner will be in good position to improve upon his 22 goals and 69 points from last season.
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