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2022
2021 208.57 30 29 59 27 20:19
2020 164.58.2 20 32 52 14 19:56
3y Avg. 168.257 24 28 52 13 20:05
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  • Avalanche's Gabriel Landeskog: Working out off ice

    Landeskog (lower body) is doing off-ice workouts but has not yet resumed skating, Brennan Vogt of Colorado Hockey Now reports. It was already expected that Landeskog would miss the beginning of the year but there's still no update on his timeline with the regular season less than two weeks away. The 29-year-old winger has resumed workouts, which is a positive step, but there likely won't be much more information on his status until he's back on the ice. With Landeskog out, Artturi Lehkonen has skated on the top line alongside Nathan MacKinnon and Mikko Rantanen.
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  • Avalanche's Gabriel Landeskog: No timeline for return

    According to coach Jared Bednar, Landeskog (lower body) "won't skate anytime soon" and is expected to miss the start of the year, Peter Baugh of The Athletic reports. Landeskog is evidently still dealing with a lower-body injury he suffered last year, and it appears as though he's going to miss some regular-season action as a result. Check back for updates on Landy's status as his recovery progresses, but fantasy managers shouldn't count on him being available for Opening Night.
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  • Avalanche's Gabriel Landeskog: Earns assist Sunday

    Landeskog logged an assist, three shots on goal, three hits and three blocked shots in Sunday's 2-1 win over the Lightning in Game 6 of the Stanley Cup Final. Landeskog was held off the scoresheet in the previous two games, his longest drought of the playoffs. He ended the skid with the secondary assist on Nathan MacKinnon's game-tying goal at 1:54 of the second period. Landeskog finished the playoffs with 11 goals, 11 helpers, 56 shots, 63 hits, 22 blocked shots and a plus-15 rating in 20 appearances. Most notably, he won his first Stanley Cup title in the first year of an eight-year extension he signed with the Avalanche last July, so the captain will look to build on this success heading into 2022-23.
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  • Avalanche's Gabriel Landeskog: Scores both goals in loss

    Landeskog scored two power-play goals and added two hits in Monday's 6-2 loss to the Lightning in Game 3. Landeskog had the first goal that counted in this contest after the Avalanche had a tally overturned on review. He struck again in the second period, but the Lightning controlled play at 5-on-5. With four goals and three assists in his last four games, Landeskog's been locked in on offense. He has 10 tallies, 21 points, 50 shots on net, 53 hits and a plus-14 rating in 17 playoff outings overall.
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  • Avalanche's Gabriel Landeskog: Goal and assist in win

    Landeskog scored a goal on two shots, dished a power-play assist and blocked three shots in Wednesday's 4-3 overtime win over the Lightning in Game 1. Landeskog was involved in two of the Avalanche's three first-period tallies. It was a continuation of the 29-year-old's strong play after posting six points in four games in the Western Conference Finals. Through 15 playoff outings, he's earned nine goals, 10 assists, 44 shots on net, 50 hits and a plus-15 rating while logging multiple points in six contests.
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  • Avalanche's Gabriel Landeskog: Three points in Game 4 win

    Landeskog scored a goal on three shots, dished two assists, logged three hits and added two PIM in Monday's 6-5 overtime win over the Oilers in Game 4. Landeskog played a key role in the third period, factoring in on three of the Avalanche's four goals in the frame. The winger finished the Western Conference Finals with two goals, four helpers and a plus-7 rating in four games. Overall, he's produced eight tallies, nine helpers, 42 shots, 49 hits and a plus-14 rating in 14 playoff outings.
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  • Avalanche's Gabriel Landeskog: Logs helper Thursday

    Landeskog recorded an assist, two shots on goal and three hits in Thursday's 4-0 win over the Oilers in Game 2. Landeskog earned the secondary assist on a Mikko Rantanen goal in the second period, which capped off a run of three Avalanche tallies in 2:04. The assist was Landeskog's third point in two games during the Western Conference Finals. The captain has collected seven goals, seven helpers, 36 shots on net, 45 hits and a plus-9 rating in 12 playoff outings overall.
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  • Avalanche's Gabriel Landeskog: Manages two points

    Landeskog scored an empty-net goal on three shots, dished a power-play assist, logged three hits and added two PIM in Tuesday's 8-6 win over the Oilers in Game 1. Landeskog hadn't posted a multi-point effort since Game 1 of the second round versus the Blues. The 29-year-old has scored in four of his last six outings. Overall, he's earned seven tallies, six assists, 34 shots on net, 42 hits and a plus-8 rating in 11 playoff contests.
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  • Avalanche's Gabriel Landeskog: Tips in goal

    Landeskog scored a goal on two shots and went plus-2 in Wednesday's 5-4 overtime loss to the Blues. Landeskog redirected a Devon Toews shot into the net at 4:02 of the second period. This was Landeskog's third goal in the last four games. The 29-year-old has settled into a productive groove in the playoffs with six tallies, five assists, 25 shots on net, 39 hits and a plus-6 rating in nine outings.
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  • Avalanche's Gabriel Landeskog: Cashes in on blunder

    Landeskog scored a goal on three shots, added three hits and went plus-2 in Saturday's 5-2 win over the Blues in Game 3. Landeskog's goal won't count as an empty-netter even though Ville Husso was caught between the crease and the bench when it was scored. Fortunate or not, they all count the same, and Landeskog's up to five tallies in seven playoff games. The 29-year-old has added five helpers, 37 hits, 22 shots on net and a plus-4 rating in the postseason.
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  • Avalanche's Gabriel Landeskog: Nets lone goal on power play

    Landeskog scored a power-play goal on three shots in Thursday's 4-1 loss to the Blues in Game 2. Landeskog got the Avalanche within a goal early in the third period, but they couldn't find an equalizer. The 29-year-old is up to four goals, five assists, 19 shots, 34 hits and a plus-2 rating through six playoff appearances. He's seen time mainly on the second line in the postseason, though he'll occasionally rotate onto Nathan MacKinnon's line if head coach Jared Bednar needs to fire up his team mid-game.
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  • Avalanche's Gabriel Landeskog: Dishes two assists

    Landeskog registered a pair of assists, six hits and a plus-2 rating in Tuesday's 3-2 overtime win over the Blues in Game 1. Landeskog helped out on tallies by Samuel Girard and Josh Manson, the latter's goal being the game-winner in overtime. While he's only gotten on the scoresheet in three out of five playoff games, Landeskog's up to three goals and five helpers in the postseason. He's added 16 shots on net, 33 hits and a plus-3 rating while playing on the second line.
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  • Avalanche's Gabriel Landeskog: Four-point outburst leads way

    Landeskog had two goals and two assists in Saturday's 7-3 victory over Nashville in Game 3 of the Western Conference First Round. His first goal came at 10:58 of the second period; he knocked in his second rebound attempt past Connor Ingram. Landeskog's second came 3:04 later on a wrist shot from the slot. The latter stood as the winner. He sits second on the Avs in scoring with six points, including three goals, in three playoff games.
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  • Avalanche's Gabriel Landeskog: Returns with two points

    Landeskog scored a power-play goal on five shots, added an assist, logged six hits and went plus-2 in Tuesday's 7-2 win over the Predators in Game 1. Landeskog missed the end of the regular season, but he didn't skip a beat upon his return to the lineup. The 29-year-old helped out on an Artturi Lehkonen goal in the first period before scoring one of his own in the second. Landeskog started the series on the second line -- Valeri Nichushkin has clicked on the top line in Landeskog's absence, and head coach Jared Bednar clearly didn't want to disrupt the chemistry. Landeskog posted 30 goals and 29 helpers in 51 regular-season contests, so he should be capable of solid offense and physicality during the Avalanche's postseason run.
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  • Avalanche's Gabriel Landeskog: Back in action Tuesday

    Landeskog (knee) is "good to go" and will be in Tuesday's lineup for Game 1 against Nashville, Kyle Fredrickson of The Denver Post reports. Landeskog underwent knee surgery in March and missed the last 23 games of the regular season. He still managed to rack up 30 goals and 59 points through 51 contests. The 29-year-old should jump back into his top-line role next to Nathan MacKinnon and Mikko Rantanen.
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  • Avalanche's Gabriel Landeskog: Ruled out for next three contests

    Landeskog (knee) will not play in the last three regular-season contests but is expected to be ready for the postseason, Peter Baugh of The Athletic reports Tuesday. Landeskog has already been sidelined for Colorado's previous 20 contests and will now miss at least three more. Still, the team will no doubt get a boost from the fact that the elite winger will be ready to go for the playoffs. Despite playing in just 51 games this year, Landeskog still managed to reach the 30-goal mark for just the second time in his 11-year NHL career.
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  • Avalanche's Gabriel Landeskog: Remaining back in Denver

    Landeskog (knee) did not travel with the Avs for their three-game road trip but is expected to start skating at home, Marc Moser of Altitude Sports 950 reports Wednesday. Landeskog has already missed the team's last 17 contests and will be on the shelf for at least three more based on his current timeline. Once cleared to play, the 29-year-old Swede should be a lock for a first-line role. As such, Landeskog should immediately return to being a great fantasy asset upon his return..
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  • Avalanche's Gabriel Landeskog: Resumes skating

    Landeskog (knee) has resumed skating, according to Peter Baugh of The Athletic. Landeskog has been sidelined since undergoing knee surgery in mid-March, but he has advanced to the point in his recovery where he can resume on-ice work. A target date for Landeskog's return remains uncertain, but with him up on his feet, he should have a chance to see action before Colorado's season comes to a close.
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  • Avalanche's Gabriel Landeskog: Undergoes surgery

    Landeskog underwent successful knee surgery Tuesday, Adrian Dater of Colorado Hockey Now reports. The physicians did not provide a timetable for when Landeskog could return to the ice, but the forward was "confident" he'd return for the playoffs if not sooner. The Avalanche could place Landeskog on long-term injured reserve, which would open up $7 million in cap space for a possible acquisition at the trade deadline. Philadelphia's Claude Giroux has been linked to Colorado over the past month.
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  • Avalanche's Gabriel Landeskog: Set to undergo knee surgery

    Landeskog will be considered out indefinitely after undergoing knee surgery Monday, Peter Baugh of The Athletic reports. The Avalanche are hopeful they'll have Landeskog back for the start of the playoffs, so at this point a late-April return appears to be the best-case scenario for the 29-year-old winger. Alex Newhook may get the first crack at replacing Landeskog, who's racked up 30 goals and 59 points through 51 games this season, on the second line Sunday versus Calgary.
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