Keller managed an assist and two shots on goal in Saturday's 3-2 overtime loss to the Avalanche.
Keller dished a pass to Nick Schmaltz for the goal that ultimately forced overtime. With three assists in four games, Keller's resembling the playmaking winger that posted 42 assists and 65 points in 82 contests in 2017-18. He's not afraid to shoot either -- the 21-year-old has 10 shots on goal this season.
Keller produced a helper in Thursday's 2-1 loss to the Ducks.
Encouragingly, Keller's assist came on a goal by Derek Stepan with the other assist by newcomer Phil Kessel. Keller suffered the dreaded sophomore slump with 47 points in 82 games last year, but the Coyotes' top line should be a threat to score a large number of goals this year. That potential could see Keller top the 65 points he posted in his rookie season.
Keller signed an eight-year, $57.2 million contract extension with Arizona on Wednesday.
Keller took a step back last year from an offensive standpoint, totaling 14 goals and 47 points in 82 games, but he showed his immense potential as a playmaker and a scorer during his rookie campaign in 2017-18, racking up 23 goals and 65 points in 82 appearances. The 21-year-old forward is a prime bounce-back candidate for the 2019-20 season, and should threaten the 20-goal, 70-point marks on an annual basis for the duration of his monster deal with the Coyotes. Arizona is a team on the rise, and Keller is poised to be a huge part of the team's ascension.
Keller recorded 14 goals and 47 points over 82 games in the 2018-19 season.
This was Keller's second straight season playing in all 82 games, but he scored nine less goals and 18 less points than the previous year. Nevertheless, the 20-year-old's 47 points were the best on the Coyotes for the second straight season. The Coyotes were on the brink of the playoffs this year, and Keller figures to be their leader when they make another push in 2019-20.
Keller provided an assist and fired six shots on goal in Thursday's 4-1 win over the Golden Knights.
Keller had gone without a point in the previous seven games. He's up to 47 points (14 goals, 33 helpers) in 81 games this season, but he also carries a minus-20 rating for the year. Nineteen of his points have come on the power play.
Keller netted the Coyotes' only goal in a 4-1 loss to the Lightning on Monday.
He was the only one to put a puck behind Andrei Vasilevskiy in the contest. Keller is up to 14 goals and 46 points this season, with 178 shots. It's down from the 65 points he had in his rookie season, but Keller has multi-position eligibility in some formats, and he's also collected 19 of his points with the man advantage. He should be in most fantasy lineups more often than not.
Keller dished out two assists, one on the power play, and five shots in Saturday's 4-2 win over the Kings.
The 20-year-old was able to collect his second-straight game with a point, and now has 44 in 68 games this campaign. More points could be on the way for Keller, as he's averaged 3:55 of power-play ice time in his last 10 games. With the Coyotes in the thick of the playoff race, Keller will likely be relied upon heavily going forward.
Keller scored his 13th goal of the season in a 2-0 win over the Flames on Thursday.
Keller's goal ended up being the game-winner when Darcy Kuemper held the Flames off the scoresheet. He added four shots and a plus-2 rating in the game. Keller has 42 points in 67 contests this season, but also carries a minus-18 rating. He'll likely finish below the 65 points he had last year, but with multi-position eligibility, the forward has been useful to his fantasy owners this year.
Keller scored for the first time in 13 games in Sunday's win over the Jets, giving him 13 goals on the season.
The Yotes were flying Sunday night as there was a big ceremony to retire Shane Doan's number. Keller has fallen off of last year's breakout pace, when he tallied 23 goals and 65 points, though this could create a nice buy-low opportunity next season.
Keller notched two even-strength assists and had five shots in Monday's 5-4 loss to Dallas.
Known for his vision more than scoring touch early in his NHL career, Keller collected his fifth multi-assist game of the campaign. The 20-year-old is now up to 26 assists and 37 points in 52 games, but has an ugly minus-14 rating. It's worth noting that Keller logged a team-high 7:05 of power-play time in Monday's loss.
Keller drew an assist in Wednesday's 2-1 loss to the Canadiens.
The assist was Keller's 16th power-play point of the season and gives him 35 points entering the All-Star break. He played 5:03 with the man advantage Wednesday, tying Alex Goligoski for the team lead in that department.
Keller scored his ninth goal of the season in Sunday's 5-0 win over the Rangers.
The goal was a long time coming -- Keller hadn't found the back of the net in over a month, a stretch of 16 games. He stayed productive over that stretch, racking up 11 assists, but it's still a relief for anyone with fantasy shares in the 20-year-old to see him get off the schneid. Keller is only slightly off last year's scoring pace with 30 points in 42 games, and there's still plenty of time for him to heat up and fully dismiss any talk of a sophomore slump.
Keller picked up two assists, one on the power play, in Friday's 4-3 overtime win over the Rangers.
The 20-year-old is on a roll, scoring two goals and nine points in his last eight games, including five helpers with the man advantage -- a stretch that, not coincidentally, has come since Nick Schmaltz joined the Coyotes roster. Keller is back on pace for another 60-point season, but if Arizona's power play continues to click, he could well wind up exceeding the 65 points he posted in last year's breakout.
Keller scored at even strength and tacked on a pair of assists -- including a man-advantage helper -- in Saturday's 6-1 home win over the Blues.
Keller is rewarding fantasy owners that were patient with him after a slow start to the season. The 20-year-old phenom started out with just one point (an assist) through the first five games, but he's dropped eight goals and nine apples in 20 contests since then. It didn't take long for the 2018 Calder Trophy finalist to find his stroke, and he's bonding with newcomer Nick Schmaltz, who set the table for Keller's goal less than a minute into the second period and also synced up with the phenom on defenseman's Alex Goligoski's lamplighter in the third.
Keller scored his team's only goal in a 6-1 loss to Calgary on Sunday
Keller ended Mike Smith's shutout bid at the 13:44 mark of the third period. The meaningless marker was Keller's sixth of the season to go along with eight assists in 22 games.
Keller manufactured a power-play assist in Monday's 5-2 home loss to the Flyers.
Keller is unsurprisingly leading the Coyotes in points with five goals and just as many helpers through 13 games. A key catalyst behind his early season success has been a shooting percentage of 17.9 -- which is yet another team-best value. Arizona's top-line, power-play forward may be playing with a chip on his shoulder after narrowly losing out on the 2018 Calder Trophy.
Keller scored twice in Saturday's 5-3 loss to the Jets.
Keller has woken up offensively with back-to-back two-point outings. And with that, he now has five points (three goals, two assists) in seven games. Keller is the 'Yotes offensive leader at just 20 and will be for the next decade if he sticks around in Arizona. He should be a solid performer over the course of the season, but it's tough for a 20-year-old to carry a whole team.
Keller had a goal and an assist in Thursday's 4-1 win over Chicago.
Keller scored 65 points last season, but he had just one helper in five games prior to this two-point effort, as Arizona had managed just three goals as a team in those five games. While the diminutive 20-year-old will be given every opportunity to rack up points on the first line and top power-play unit, the lack of talent around him will make repeating last season's success a challenge.
Keller, who has gotten off to a slow start, will shift to a first-line winger position for Saturday's game against the Sabres, Richard Morin of the Arizona Republic reports.
The 2018 Calder Trophy finalist has a lone assist representing his point through the first three games, but Keller will emerge from second-line center to accompany Derek Stepan and Richard Panik as a flanker on the top unit in the upcoming contest. Arizona's seventh overall pick from the 2016 draft, Keller generated 23 goals and 65 points -- including six tallies and 14 helpers on the man advantage -- with the 'Yotes last season.
Keller was the secondary distributor on Derek Stepan's power-play goal Saturday in a 4-1 road win over the Canucks.
The 2018 Calder Trophy finalist crafted one goal and six helpers to complement a plus-2 rating over four preseason games. It's safe to say that Keller is poised for a monster season after leading the 'Yotes with 23 goals and 65 points over 82 games in 2017-18.
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