Tavares racked up 26 goals and 60 points in 63 games before the NHL suspended its season in March.
Some owners may be a bit disappointed with Tavares' production this year considering he put up 47 goals and 88 points in 82 games last campaign, but it's hard to complain about a near point-per-game pace. Assuming the NHL ultimately resumes regular-season play, Tavares could still eclipse the 70-point mark for a third consecutive campaign if he stays steady down the stretch, that is if all the remaining 12 games got made up.
Tavares notched two power-play assists in Tuesday's 2-1 win over the Lightning.
The Leafs' power-play unit came through with just enough offense for Frederik Andersen, and Tavares was right in the thick of the action. The 29-year-old now has 26 goals and 60 points through 63 games, his seventh straight campaign reaching the 60-point plateau.
Tavares scored two goals, including one on the power play, on two shots with a minus-1 rating and one hit in a 4-3 victory over the Lightning on Tuesday.
The 29-year-old had seven shots against the Penguins last Thursday and settled for two assists in that game, but since then, he's scored on his last three shots in the most recent two games. With that, Tavares' shooting percentage is now almost one percent higher than his career average. He has 26 goals and 56 points in 57 games this season, putting him on pace for his third straight 30-goal and 80-point campaign.
Tavares (illness) will suit up for Tuesday's home tilt against Arizona.
Despite missing Monday's practice, Tavares is good to go for Tuesday's contest. He's racked up five goals and seven points during his active four-game point streak, giving him 48 points in 49 games this season.
Tavares (illness) will be a game-time decision for Tuesday's home game versus Arizona, Terry Koshan of The Toronto Sun reports.
Toronto's captain is dealing with an illness that has plagued many teams in recent weeks. Tavares still could suit up Tuesday, but it appears to be a 50-50 shot that he'll dress against the Coyotes.
Tavares was absent from practice Monday due to illness, Kristen Shilton of TSN.ca reports.
Given the Leafs are in a battle for a playoff spot, it would probably have to be a pretty severe illness to keep Tavares out of the lineup. Fantasy owners should know more regarding the world-class center's availability against Arizona following Tuesday's game-day skate. With 48 points in 49 appearances this season, the Ontario native remains on pace to top the 80-point mark for the third straight year.
Tavares scored his 23rd goal of the season in a 2-1 loss to Montreal on Saturday.
Tavares has goals in each of his last four games, including two versus the Ducks on Friday. He's got seven points over that stretch of contests, though Tavares' power-play point streak came to an end after three games Saturday.
Tavares scored two power-play goals and added an even-strength assist in Friday's 5-4 overtime win over the Ducks.
His second tally of the night was the winner, as he found twine with only seven seconds left in the extra frame. Tavares is on a goal-scoring rush, lighting the lamp four times in the last three games while chipping in two helpers as well, and on the season he's up to 22 goals and 47 points in 48 games.
Tavares had a goal and an assist on three shots with two PIM in Wednesday's 5-3 loss to the Rangers. He also went 14 for 19 (73.7 percent) in the faceoff circle.
Tavares opened the scoring with his 20th of the year, the 11th time in as many NHL seasons he has hit the mark. He later set up Auston Matthews' power-play goal in the third period. Tavares has 44 points in 47 games and has a chance to produce his third consecutive 80-plus-point season. He remains a terrific fantasy asset, particularly in faceoff leagues.
Tavares scored a power-play goal on three shots and had two PIM in Monday's 5-3 loss to Florida. He also won 11 of 18 (61.1 percent) faceoffs.
Tavares got the Maple Leafs on the board 3:21 into the second period with his 19th goal of the season. The goal was his first in six games and his first with the man advantage since Dec. 27. Tavares has 42 points in 46 games heading into Wednesday's tilt against the Rangers.
Tavares posted a goal and an assist with two shots in a 7-4 victory over the Devils on Tuesday.
The 29-year-old had just one assist during a four-game stretch before he broke through with a goal on Sunday. As owners hoped, that tally seems to have pulled Tavares out of his mini slump. Overall, Tavares has been very good lately with eight goals and 20 points in 19 games since the start of December. He has 18 goals and 40 points in 40 games this season.
Tavares scored a goal on six shots but went minus-3 in Sunday's 8-4 loss to the Panthers.
Tavares entered Sunday with no points in his last three games, but he found twine to put that cold stretch to rest. The 29-year-old is up to 37 points (17 goals, 20 helpers), 128 shots on goal and a minus-5 rating in 39 contests this season.
Tavares scored a goal on five shots and added an assist in Tuesday's 4-1 win over Minnesota.
The Leafs' captain finished the calendar year with two more points and now has 35 in 34 games, including 10 over his last five. Tavares just keeps rolling along in 2019-20 and a favorable matchup with the Jets awaits Thursday. In 26 career games against Winnipeg, Tavares has found the scoresheet 29 times.
Tavares scored a power-play goal and added two even-strength assists in Friday's 5-4 overtime win over the Devils.
He potted the tying goal midway through the third period, tapping home a slick pass from William Nylander as he stood on the edge of the crease. Tavares has racked up three points in back-to-back contests sandwiched around the Christmas break, and on the year he now has 15 goals and 32 points through 32 games.
Tavares scored a goal and two assists, with but one helper coming on the power play, in Monday's 8-6 win over the Hurricanes.
All his points came in the first 5:10 as Tavares fueled an early 3-0 lead, but the Leafs then gave up five straight goals before rallying for the win in the third period. The 29-year-old now has 14 goals and 29 points through 31 games on the year.
Tavares scored a goal and an assist with five shots in a 4-2 loss to Calgary on Thursday.
Tavares has racked up five points over his last two games and has two or more points in five of his last eight. The 29-year-old opened the scoring Thursday with his 13th goal of the year, then set up Mitch Marner's go-ahead goal in the middle frame. Tavares has 25 points in 26 games, putting him on track for a third straight 80-point season.
Tavares scored twice and added an assist in Tuesday's 4-1 win over the Canucks.
Tavares was a beast, scoring the Maple Leafs' second and third goals of the game. He also set up Auston Matthews' opener at 1:45 of the second period. Tavares has 12 goals, 23 points and 70 shots on goal through 25 appearances this season. A finger injury slowed his campaign early on, but he's nearing a point-per-game pace again with four multi-point outings in his last seven games.
Tavares (personal) will suit up Saturday in St. Louis, according to Terry Koshan of the Toronto Sun.
Tavares was away from the team during Friday's practice, but he won't need to miss any game action. Toronto's captain will look to build on the 10 goals and 10 assists he's accrued through 23 games played, but doing so won't be easy against the defending champs.
Tavares (personal) won't practice Friday Kristen Shilton of TSN.ca reports.
The Maple Leafs have yet to release any information regarding Tavares' status for Saturday's matchup with St. Louis, but he should be considered questionable at this point. If he's unavailable, Nicolas Petan will likely draw into the lineup against the Blues.
Tavares scored a goal and added a power-play assist in Saturday's 2-1 overtime win over the Sabres.
Johnny Toronto's game has taken a real bump since the departure of Mike Babcock. Tavares has six points, including four goals, in his last three games and Saturday's goal was the game winner. Use him well.
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