Marchessault scored a goal and supplied a helper in Tuesday's 5-4 overtime loss to the Sharks in Game 7.
Marchessault's goal with 47 seconds left in regulation sent the game to overtime, where Barclay Goodrow sent the Sharks to the second round. Marchessault had six points over the last five games of the series, but it wouldn't be enough to save the Golden Knights' season. He added 25 hits and 26 shots throughout the series.
Marchessault scored the Golden Knights' lone goal Sunday in their Game 6 loss to the Sharks.
The Golden Knights peppered opposing goalie Martin Jones with 59 shots, but could only get one by. Marchessault contributed a whopping eight shots on goal.
Marchessault scored a power-play goal on three shots in Thursday's 5-2 loss to the Sharks in Game 5.
Marchessault has earned two goals and a helper in the last three games after going without a point in the first two games of the series. He's added 10 hits and 13 shots in the series.
Marchessault scored his first goal of the postseason in Tuesday's 5-0 win over the Sharks in Game 4.
Marchessault has two points in the series, as well as nine hits and 10 shots on goal. His first line with Reilly Smith and William Karlsson has taken a bit of a back seat to the second line in terms of production. Marchessault notched 25 goals and 59 points in 82 regular-season games, so he'll likely come around.
Marchessault potted his 25th goal of the season in Monday's 3-1 win over the Oilers.
Marchessault has accumulated 58 points in 80 appearances this season, while adding a career-high 272 shots. He's actually been a little unlucky, with his 9.2 shooting percentage slightly lower than his career mark of 11 percentage. He hasn't lived up to the 75 points he posted last year, but he's still provided solid production and good health.
Marchessault posted an assist, five shots and four PIM in Wednesday's 4-3 loss to the Avalanche.
The winger has nine points in his last six games, only being held off the scoresheet once in that time. For the year, Marchessault is at 56 points (24 tallies, 32 helpers) in 77 games. It's 19 points behind where he was last season, but it's a still a strong total for the undrafted 28-year-old.
Marchessault gathered an apple in Thursday's 5-0 win over the Jets.
He's had a good week, with four goals and three assists in his last three games while skating to a plus-8 rating. The helper gave him 30 assists for the second time in his career, and he's at 54 points in 74 games overall. With Vegas in the thick of the Pacific Division fight for positioning, Marchessault will probably have all the chances he needs to make a run at 60 points.
Marchessault scored twice and added two more helpers in Monday's 7-3 win over the Sharks.
Marchessault's big night was the star performance, along side linemates Reilly Smith (goal, three assists) and William Karlsson (two points). Marchessault is white hot with six points in his last two games, giving him 24 goals and 53 points in 73 games this season. It couldn't be happening at a better time for fantasy owners and Vegas fans alike.
Marchessault scored twice, including the game-winning goal, in a 6-3 win over the Oilers on Sunday.
Marchessault also added three shots on goal. He's at 22 goals and 49 points in 72 appearances this season, which is far lower than the 75 he posted last year. He's been solid with two goals and three helpers in seven March games.
Marchessault dished an assist in a 6-2 win over the Canucks on Saturday.
The top line didn't have much of a part in a five-goal first period for the Golden Knights, as his helper came on Nate Schmidt's second-period goal. Marchessault has five assists in his last five outings, giving him 27 apples and 47 points in 69 games.
Marchessault earned two helpers in the second period of Thursday's 6-5 shootout win over the Panthers.
This game went back and forth, but Marchessault made his mark by lending a hand on goals by winger Reilly Smith and defenseman Jon Merrill. He tallied six shots on goal in the contest. Marchessault has taken a step back from the near point-per-game pace he was on last year, with 44 points in 65 contests this season. He still gets first-unit power-play time, where 14 of his points have come, and his 237 shots this year rank him ninth in the league.
Marchessault collected an assist in Wednesday's 3-2 shootout loss to the Bruins.
The top-line winger has dropped box-score goose eggs in 12 of 20 games this calendar year, but he continues to meet value in plenty of DFS setups thanks to his heavy shot volume. Marchessault already has 226 shots in 62 games, putting him on track for a career-high 299 of those this season.
Marchessault scored two goals -- one on the power play -- in Thursday's win over the Red Wings.
Marchessault entered the game mired in a five-game goalless slump and had only fired four shots on net in the previous three games. He saw a major decrease in ice time as a result with a season-low 13:32 in this outing, but it was the perfect recipe to shake off his troubles, as he lit the lamp twice in the second period and fired a total of four shots. This is Marchessault's fourth multi-goal game of the season, surpassing last year's total in 21 fewer outings.
Marchessault dished out an assist and fired seven shots on net in Monday's loss to the Wild.
Marchessault followed up his hat trick in Saturday's game versus the Penguins with another point. He's also shooting more often than usual with 27 shots on net over the last five games. Although that rate isn't sustainable, 17 goals in 51 games puts him on pace to match last year's 27-goal total.
Marchessault recorded a hat trick in a 7-3 victory against the Penguins on Saturday.
The 28-year-old was probably due for a big night like this one. He came into Saturday with a shooting percentage 3.0 percent below his career norm, but it jumped from 7.9 to 9.3 percent with three goals on four shots Saturday. Marchessault has 17 goals and 34 points in 50 games this season. He's on pace to match his 27 goals from 2017-18, and Marchessault still has more room for improvement in his shooting percentage.
Marchessault potted an even-strength goal in Tuesday's 4-2 home win over the Rangers.
Marchessault snapped a seven-game goal drought, but it's not for a lack of trying when it comes to the top-line left winger. He's averaged 3.15 shots per game since the beginning of December as a key power-play component and beneficiary of Vegas' relentless forecheck. Marchessault is well off the pace that culminated in career highs across the board last season, but you could do worse than a No. 2 fantasy forward who has compiled 14 goals and 17 assists through 46 games this season.
Marchessault picked up two assists, one on the power play, in Friday's 5-4 overtime loss to the Devils.
While the 27-year-old has cooled down a bit after his hot start to the season, he's remained a steady contributor for the Knights, scoring two goals and seven points over his last 10 games. His strong chemistry with William Karlsson -- both his helpers came on goals by the center -- should ensure that Marchessault keeps finding the scoresheet, even if he isn't matching last year's 75-point pace.
Marchessault scored the game-tying goal Thursday in a 4-3 win over Chicago.
The marker ended an eight-game drought for Marchessault, who also notched an assist on the power play in the win. Even with the goal drought, he's still managed 23 points in 30 games, and the electrifying winger should see that total increase as Vegas continues to regain the form it had last year.
Marchessault scored twice and also set up a goal Sunday, helping the Golden Knights to a 6-3 road win over the Oilers.
Marchessault's power-play tally was a slick wrister from the circle that sailed past a defender and went top shelf over Cam Talbot's blocker. Widely considered Vegas' top offensive producer, the Cap-Rouge, Quebec native scored his second goal of the game 34 seconds into the third period and then three-and-a-half minutes later fashioned a primary assist to Reilly Smith to give his team a comfortable lead. Marchessault is up to 10 goals and eight assists over 21 games this season, putting him right up there with the elite crop of fantasy wingers.
Marchessault registered his eighth goal of the season in Saturday's 5-4 road loss to the Canadiens.
This was one of those goals where it was difficult to tell who scored since there was a big crowd near the doorstep. However, upon closer review, it was Marchessault who deflected the puck into the cage for his 15th point in 17 games. This was an even-strength marker, but one-third of the winger's points have taken place on the power play this season.
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