Marner notched 16 goals and 67 points in 59 games before the NHL halted play in March.
Many thought the Maple Leafs may have overpaid when they signed Marner to a monster six-year, $65.4 million contract in September, but he's quickly laid those concerns to rest, averaging over a point per game while logging a whopping 21:33 of ice time per contest this season. At just 22 years old, Marner has yet to hit his prime, so he should only continue to improve over the next few years.
Marner picked up two power-play assists in Tuesday's 2-1 win over the Lightning.
It's his first multi-point outing since Feb. 7. Despite the relative lull over the last month, Marner is still putting together a strong campaign, scoring 16 goals and 67 points through 59 games.
Marner scored a goal on two shots in Tuesday's 5-2 loss to the Sharks.
Marner received a pass from Auston Matthews, then went between his legs before sending a backhand shot past Sharks goalie Martin Jones late in the second period. The stunner accounted for Marner's 16th goal and 65th point of the season. He's added 144 shots and a plus-6 rating through 56 appearances.
Marner collected an assist and dished three hits in Sunday's 5-2 loss to the Sabres.
Marner had the secondary helper on Zach Hyman's third-period tally. In his last three games, Marner has a goal and two assists. The playmaking winger is up to 60 points, 123 shots and a plus-1 rating through 49 contests this year. He's on track to challenge the 80-point mark, but lost time due to an ankle injury earlier in the season will likely keep his career high of 94 points out of reach.
Marner picked up three assists, one on the power play, in Friday's 5-4 overtime win over the Ducks.
The Leafs' superstar trio of Marner, Auston Matthews and John Tavares each had at least three points in this one, and they combined for the latter's OT winner on the power play with only seven seconds left in extra time. Marner has a seven-game point streak going and has done most of his damage as a facilitator during that stretch, piling up one goal and 11 points.
Marner collected two assists and two shots on goal with two PIM in a 5-3 loss to Florida on Monday.
Marner drew the secondary assists on goals by John Tavares and Auston Matthews to help Toronto build a 3-1 lead. Marner pushed his point streak to five games, a stretch in which he's supplied a goal and six assists. The 22-year-old has 14 goals and 53 points in 42 games and boasts a career-high 13.1 shooting percentage.
Marner scored the game-winning goal in Saturday's 2-1 overtime win over the Senators.
It came on the power play. The point stretched his current scoring streak to four games and five points (one goal, four helpers). But it was just his fourth goal in 14 games since Christmas. Marner is rolling along with 51 points in 41 games and should top the 20-goal mark for the third straight season.
Marner tallied two assists in Wednesday's 5-3 win over the Stars.
Since returning Dec. 4, Marner has found the scoresheet 32 times, third most in the NHL. Carrying a career-best 12.6 shooting percentage into Wednesday's contest, Marner only attempted one shot on goal. More goals would be nice, but it's hard to take issue with the forward's production in 2019-20.
Marner scored a pair of goals in Sunday's 8-4 loss to the Panthers.
By the time Marner got his first goal, the Panthers had already put seven on the board. The winger is on a seven-game point streak with three goals and six helpers in that span. He's racked up 13 goals and 44 points in just 35 appearances this season.
Marner collected an assist in Wednesday's 4-3 shootout loss to the Jets.
Marner set up the first of two goals by Auston Matthews in the contest. The 22-year-old winger has a goal and six helpers over his current six-game point streak. Dating back to Dec. 4, when he returned from an ankle injury, Marner has seven tallies, 17 assists and eight power-play points while only being held off the scoresheet twice in the 16-game span. The fourth-overall pick from 2015 is humming along with 42 points and 87 shots through 34 appearances overall.
Marner produced a power-play assist in Monday's 6-4 loss to Edmonton.
Marner logged 4:28 of ice time with the man advantage in the loss and wound up coming away with an assist for his efforts, giving him 30 helpers to go along with 11 goals this season. Missing a large chunk of games with an ankle injury hasn't seemed to slow Marner down, as he's found the scoresheet 23 times in 15 contests since returning from injury.
Marner set up two goals in Saturday's 3-0 win over the Islanders.
The points stretched his current streak to four games and five points (one goal, four helpers). But more impressively, Marner showed a tenacity on the defensive side of the puck that shows his game has gone to a new level since his return from injury. He made a Pavel Datsyukian move to strip the puck off a streaking Islanders forward. Marner's game is 200-feet long without compromising any offense. There aren't many in the NHL who can boast the same.
Marner scored two goals and added three assists, one on the power play, in Monday's 8-6 win over the Hurricanes.
Carolina held a 5-3 lead heading into the third period, but Marner took over the game at that point, potting both his goals and collecting four points in total in the final 20 minutes. The 22-year-old's point streak now stands at eight games, during which Marner has piled up an incredible six goals and 17 points.
Marner set up two goals in Saturday's 4-1 win over the Red Wings.
His scoring streak now sits at seven games and 12 points, including eight assists. Marner's game has taken a jump since Zach Hyman returned from injury. Marner is great, but Hyman seems to open the ice up for him to work his magic. They're a perfect pair.
Marner scored two goals, one on the power play, in Friday's 6-3 win over the Rangers.
He bulged the twine early in the second and third periods while firing a game-high six shots on net. Marner has found the scoresheet in six straight games, piling up four goals and 10 points over that stretch, and on the year he now has eight goals and 28 points through 25 contests.
Marner scored a power-play goal in Saturday's 4-1 win over the Oilers.
Marner has seven points (two goals, five assists) in a four-game point streak. He missed too much time this season to get close to last year's 94 points. But he is scoring at an 89-point pace. You know what to do.
Marner had a goal and an assist with five shots in Thursday's 4-2 loss to Calgary.
Marner assisted on John Tavares' first-period goal that opened the scoring, then gave the Maple Leafs a 2-1 lead with a goal of his own in the latter stages of the second period. Marner has been consistently productive for the Leafs this season with 24 points in 22 games, although he's scored only five times. The goals are likely to come -- his shooting percentage sits at just 7.8 percent after being right around 11 percent in each of his first three seasons. That number should correct itself over time.
Marner produced two assists, two PIM and a plus-2 rating in Tuesday's 4-1 win over the Canucks.
Both of Marner's assists were on John Tavares goals. Tuesday was Marner's second straight two-assist performance. He's up to 22 points and 51 shots on goal in 21 games this season. His playmaking is on full display, and while a few goals would be nice, his point-per-game pace plays in virtually all fantasy formats.
Marner set up two goals Saturday in a 5-2 victory over St. Louis.
And with that, Marner is now on a point-per-game pace. He missed almost a month due to that high-ankle sprain, but it's clear he's back at full strength. Marner saw almost six minutes on special teams, including 2:01 doing the hard, dirty work of killing penalties. Get him back in your lineup if he's been on the bench.
Marner (ankle) had one shot on goal and logged a team-leading 22:53 of ice time in Wednesday's 3-1 loss to Colorado.
Marner hadn't played since Nov. 9, but received a ton of playing time in his first game back after being activated off IR Wednesday. He didn't hit the scoresheet and was minus-1, but it was encouraging to see him being so heavily utilized at both even strength and on special teams. Go ahead and activate him, obviously.
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