Landeskog managed an assist in Wednesday's 3-2 loss to the Sharks in Game 7.
Landeskog was held to only four points in seven games in the second round after providing four points in five first-round games. The Swedish winger also added 35 hits and 18 blocked shots across 12 postseason appearances.
Landeskog scored the overtime winner in Monday's 4-3 win over the Sharks in Game 6.
It was his first entry on the scoresheet since recording a pair of points in Game 2. Landeskog has retained some fantasy value, adding 15 hits and 17 shots on goal in six games, but fantasy owners would prefer the Swedish winger remain a regular in the goal column.
Landeskog put the Avs ahead 2-1 on the Sharks in Sunday's Game 2 win that ultimately ended 4-3.
After having a miserable scoring line (no points, minus-3 rating) in Game 1, Landeskog came up big Sunday night. His value has come back full circle after a couple of down years, with him tallying a career-high 75 points during the regular season.
Landeskog registered a goal on two shots in Friday's 5-1 win over the Flames for Game 5.
After earning a helper in each of the Avalanche's first three wins, Landeskog scored the opening goal in Friday's contest by tipping a Tyson Barrie shot from the point past goalie Mike Smith. Landeskog also had 20 hits, 21 shots, eight PIM and seven blocked shots in the series.
Landeskog collected an assist, six shots and seven hits in Wednesday's 3-2 overtime win against the Flames in Game 4.
Landeskog has exactly one helper in each of the last three games, adding 14 hits and 16 shots in that span. The Swedish winger has produced across categories in the series and will likely be a smart DFS play for Friday's Game 5.
Landeskog posted an assist, six shots, five hits, four PIM and three blocked shots in Monday's 6-2 win over the Flames in Game 3.
That's a little bit of everything for the Swede, who has dished out 12 hits and 13 shots while recording a pair of helpers in three games in the series. Landeskog had a career-high 75 points in 73 outings this season. With stat lines like the one he posted Monday, he's touching base in virtually all of the major fantasy categories, save for goals.
Landeskog provided an assist, four shots and two hits in Saturday's 3-2 overtime win over the Flames in Game 2 of their first-round series.
His assist came on J.T. Compher's equalizing goal with 2:39 left in the third period. Landeskog has seven hits and seven shots over two games in the series, but he'll need to up his point production as the Avalanche look to build on their first win of the series.
Landeskog posted a pair of assists, including one on the power play, in a 6-2 victory against the Oilers on Tuesday.
Anything Landeskog adds is kind of gravy at this point, as he has already set career highs in goals, assists, points, power-play points, game-winning goals and shots on net. Landeskog also has his best plus-minus since 2013-14. He has 34 goals, including nine game-winners, and 74 points with a plus-17 rating and 238 shots on net in 71 games.
Landeskog scored a goal and added an assist in Monday's loss to the Blues.
Landeskog was the first to figure out Jordan Binnington by tipping in Patrik Nemeth's shot in the third period. Then with just 47 seconds remaining, Landeskog fired a shot on net and Alexandar Kerfoot directed it in. Landeskog sat out nine games with an upper-body injury in March, but he hasn't missed a beat with three points over two games since returning.
Landeskog (upper body) provided an assist on the man advantage in Friday's 3-2 shootout win over the Coyotes.
He dished the assist to his usual partner-in-crime, Nathan MacKinnon, to open the scoring in the second period. Landeskog added four hits, three blocked shots and two shots on goal in a stat-line-filling effort. Landeskog's assist got him to 70 points (33 tallies, 37 helpers) in 69 contests this year.
Landeskog (upper body) will play in Friday's tilt against the Coyotes, Ryan S. Clark of The Athletic reports.
Landeskog reportedly will line up with Carl Soderberg and Colin Wilson. The Swede has missed the last nine games with this upper-body injury but was able to practice without a non-contact jersey Thursday. Landeskog will look to continue building on a career season -- the 26-year-old has notched career highs in goals (33) and points (69) while averaging more ice time (21:06) and rink run on the power play (4:08).
Landeskog (upper body) might be available for Friday's clash with Arizona, Ryan S. Clark of The Athletic reports.
Landeskog ditched the non-contact sweater for Thursday's practice and certainly appears to be trending in the right direction. Don't be surprised to see coach Jared Bednar declare the All-Star winger a game-time decision ahead of Friday's tilt. Whenever he does slot back into the lineup, it will likely be in a top-six role and could see him reunited with Nathan MacKinnon on the No. 1 line.
Landeskog (upper body) won't be in the lineup against Vegas on Wednesday, Ryan S. Clark of The Athletic reports.
Landeskog will miss his ninth game due to his upper-body issue. The winger has already set a new career high in goals (33) and points (69), but would no doubt like to return in time to reach the 70-point threshold. If Landeskog's injury continues to drag on, the Avs could be in danger of losing their hold on a wild-card spot.
Landeskog (upper body) skated in a non-contact jersey in practice Tuesday, Ryan S. Clark of The Athletic reports.
This is a great sign that Colorado's captain is near a return. Even with Landeskog missing the last eight games, he's still sitting pretty at 33 goals, 36 assists and a career-high 25 power-play points through 68 games. The Swede presumably will be reevaluated again ahead of Wednesday's clash with the Golden Knights.
Landeskog (upper body) could return by the weekend, Jason Gregor of OilersNation.com reports.
Originally expected to miss 4-6 weeks, Landeskog is close to returning ahead of schedule, with the team cautiously optimistic its captain will be able to suit up by or before the weekend. That means Landeskog could return as soon as Friday versus the Coyotes.
Landeskog suffered an upper-body injury that will sideline him for 4-to-6 weeks.
Even if Landeskog can return on the four-week side of his prognosis, he is effectively done for the regular season. The winger will need his teammates to track down Minnesota or Dallas for a wild-card spot if he is going to see ice this year in the playoffs. Even before getting hurt, the Swede put together a career year, as he set new personal bests in goals (33), points (69) and shooting percentage (14.3). Derick Brassard figures to get bumped to the top line in Landeskog's absence.
Landeskog was moved back to the Avs' top scoring line with Nathan McKinnon and Mikko Rantanen for portions of Sunday's game against the Ducks, Callie Parolee of NHL.com reports. Landeskog had been playing earlier with Tyson Jost and Matt Calvert.
Unfortunately for the Avs, it didn't work, as the line didn't score in the 2-1 loss. "I liked some things that some of our lines did, we mixed things up and put the big line back together for a little bit tonight," said coach Jared Bednar. "I felt like they were really good late in the San Jose game together, created a chance almost every time they got on the ice, tonight not so much."
Landeskog tallied three assists in a 4-3 loss to the Sharks on Friday.
The career season for Landeskog continued Friday, as he set a new high-water mark in points with 68 and inched closer to a career high in assists (35). He already has a new career best with 33 goals in 2018-19. With four goals and 14 points in the last 13 games, Landeskog is playing like he's going to blow those previous career-best marks out of the water.
Landeskog scored his 33rd goal of the year in a 5-0 win over the Predators on Saturday.
Landeskog has scored in three straight games and has points in four consecutive contests. He also dished out five hits in Saturday's contest. Landeskog is cruising at over a point per game, with 64 points in 62 outings. A career-high 15.7 percent shooting percentage has certainly helped the star winger elevate his game this year.
Landeskog scored an even-strength goal and added a power-play assist in Friday's 5-3 win over the Blackhawks.
That's now three goals and nine points in the last nine games for Landeskog, who keeps producing no matter who his linemates are. The 26-year-old already has a new personal best in goals with 32, and he's only three points shy of surpassing the career-high 65 he racked up in 2013-14.
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