DeBrusk produced 19 goals and 35 points in 65 games prior to the league pausing play in mid-March.
Though the 23-year-old managed 27 goals and 42 points in just three more games (68) last year, he's still provided solid secondary scoring for a 44-14-12 first-place Bruins squad. Also, DeBrusk's 161 shots on net are a new career high, so Boston doesn't have too much to gripe about with its 2015 first-round pick.
DeBrusk scored the game-winning, power-play goal and had three shots Tuesday in a 2-1 victory over the Lightning.
DeBrusk turned on the afterburners in the neutral zone to create a breakaway for himself, fought off a trip and beat Andrei Vasilevskiy to put the Bruins on top 2-0 midway through the second period. The goal also snapped a personal 10-game scoring drought for DeBrusk, who last lit the lamp Feb. 8. The 23-year-old has 19 goals and 35 points in 62 games.
DeBrusk had an assist and three shots on goal in Wednesday's 2-1 overtime win over the Blackhawks.
DeBrusk set up Charlie McAvoy for the game-winning tally. The 23-year-old winger has been hot with three goals and three helpers in his last six contests. In 50 outings this season, DeBrusk has 33 points, 125 shots and a plus-5 rating. The second-line winger has a good chance of topping his career high of 43 points from his rookie campaign.
DeBrusk scored a goal on three shots in Tuesday's 3-2 win over Vegas.
DeBrusk pulled the Bruins even at 2-2 when he found the net four-and-a-half minutes into the third period. It was his 15th goal of the season for the 23-year-old, who has four goals and nine points in 10 January games.
DeBrusk picked up his 14th helper on the season in Sunday's 4-3 loss to the Penguins.
Only two minutes into the game, DeBrusk and Charlie Coyle teamed up on a passing play to find Anders Bjork for the goal on a three-on-two rush. DeBrusk is now only one helper behind last year's total and is on pace to set a new career-high point total. He has 14 goals and 28 points in 45 games.
DeBrusk picked up two assists in Monday's 6-5 shootout loss to the Flyers.
The Bruins held a 5-2 lead on the Flyers midway through the second period but ended up losing in a shootout for the seventh time this season. DeBrusk, however, was able to continue his now four-game point streak with two helpers. He has seven points in his last four games to bring his total on the season to 27.
DeBrusk scored two goals and picked up an assist in a 5-4 win over the Jets on Thursday.
It was DeBrusk's first three-point effort of the season. His points came at critical times as well, as he assisted on David Pastrnak's game-tying goal before tipping in the game-winner just 36 seconds later. DeBrusk has fluctuated between hot and cold through the season and has totaled 13 goals and 24 points in 40 games.
DeBrusk assisted on the game-winning goal in Tuesday's 6-2 win over the Predators.
The assist was only DeBrusk's second on the man advantage this season despite his spot on the top unit. With 11 goals and 21 points through 39 games this season, he is on pace to end his third-straight season with a low-40's point total.
DeBrusk scored twice on the power play and had three shots in Sunday's 3-2 win over the Sabres.
DeBrusk broke a 1-1 tie early in the third period when he found the net twice in an 18-second span, with both goals coming during a Johan Larsson double minor. It was DeBrusk's first multi-goal performance of the season and gave him 11 goals and 20 points in 35 games. He's got four goals and two assists over his last seven games, suggesting he might be on the verge of a hot streak.
DeBrusk scored a goal and an assist and was plus-2 in Saturday's 4-2 win over the Panthers.
DeBrusk opened the scoring in the first period, then set up David Krejci's goal early in the second period to make it a 2-0 game. The 23-year-old has been inconsistent at times this season and has eight goals and eight assists through 29 games.
DeBrusk scored a power-play goal on four shots but went minus-4 in a 5-2 loss to the Senators on Monday.
DeBrusk's tally in the third period gave the Bruins a late hope for a comeback that never materialized. The winger has generated five points, 14 shots on goal and a minus-2 rating over his last six contests. He's at 14 points and 59 shots in 26 games overall this year. His goal Monday was the 50th of his career, coming in his 164th appearance.
Debrusk picked up an assist on the game-tying goal in Thursday's 4-3 overtime loss to the Blackhawks.
The puck found DeBrusk below the goal line, who threw a quick pass to Torey Krug in front who buried it to tie the game. The 23-year-old has notched seven points over his last seven games as his production has started to pick up. He's currently skating with David Krejci and David Pastrnak, but once Patrice Bergeron (lower body) is healthy again, Pastrnak will likely be replaced by Brett Ritchie or Danton Heinen.
DeBrusk picked up two assists in Friday's 3-2 overtime win over the Rangers.
It took DeBrusk a couple games to get back up to speed after recovering from a lower-body injury earlier this month, but the 23-year-old now has two goals and five points in his last four games. Now in his third NHL season, DeBrusk is still looking to develop the consistency that will enable him to break through to the 50-point plateau for the first time.
DeBrusk opened the scoring in Tuesday's 8-1 win over the Canadiens.
In what would eventually become a blowout, DeBrusk put up the first goal of the game with a wrist shot on the power play. After starting the season with only one point through seven games, DeBrusk has turned it around with five goals and eight points in his last 12 games.
DeBrusk (lower body) will play against the Devils on Tuesday.
As expected, the 23-year-old winger was activated from IR after five games on the mend. DeBrusk will slot in on the second line as he looks to build on the six points he posted over 15 games so far.
DeBrusk (lower body) is expected to return to the lineup versus New Jersey on Tuesday, but he is officially considered a game-time call.
DeBrusk missed the Bruins' previous five outings due to his lower-body problem and will need to be activated off injured reserve prior to playing. The Edmonton native may be eased back into action to start, but figures to be in contention for a top-six role once back up to full game speed. In 15 appearances this year, the 22-year-old notched three goals, three assists and 34 shots and should provide quality fantasy value once given the all-clear.
DeBrusk (lower body) won't be in the lineup for the Bruins' upcoming back-to-back versus Toronto and Washington on Friday and Saturday, respectively.
DeBrusk notched three goals and two assists in eight games prior to getting hurt, providing the club with some scoring outside of the top line. Despite the missed time, the winger should still be in contention for a third straight 40-plus point campaign this year. An uptick in power-play minutes compared to his two prior seasons could set him up to top his career-best 43 points from his rookie year.
Coach Bruce Cassidy said DeBrusk (lower body) won't play in Tuesday's game against the Panthers, Conor Ryan of MassLive.com reports.
DeBrusk was already considered doubtful for the clash, and he'll officially miss his third straight contest. As a result, he's been placed on injured reserve, per the NHL's official media site. The 23-year-old is off to a slow start this year with just three goals and three assists through 15 outings after he racked up 27 scores last year. He'll aim to shake off the injury by Friday's matchup versus the Maple Leafs.
DeBrusk (lower body) is viewed as doubtful for Tuesday's game against Florida, which rules him out Sunday against the Flyers, Joe Haggerty of NBC Sports Boston reports.
DeBrusk still isn't back to skating. He's hit pause on a season that's featured three goals and three assists through 15 games played.
DeBrusk is dealing with a lower-body problem that will sideline him versus Detroit on Friday.
DeBrusk was rolling prior to getting hurt, as he notched three goals and two helpers in his previous eight games. The Edmonton native is averaging 16:14 of ice time, which includes 3:16 with the man advantage. With the winger on the shelf, both Peter Cehlarik and Zach Senyshyn will get into the lineup Friday.
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