Matthews recorded an assist, three shots on goal, three hits and three blocked shots in Monday's 3-1 loss to the Canadiens in Game 7.
Matthews sent a pass from behind the net to William Nylander for the Maple Leafs' lone goal in the season-ending loss. The 23-year-old Matthews was limited to one goal and four helpers in the seven-game series after racking up a league-leading 41 tallies in 52 regular-season contests. He added 35 shots on net, 25 hits and a plus-1 rating in the playoffs.
Matthews registered an assist, two shots on goal, seven hits and two blocked shots in Thursday's 4-3 overtime loss to the Canadiens in Game 5.
Matthews picked up the secondary helper on Zach Hyman's second-period tally. Through five playoff contests, Matthews has four points, but he's only gotten on the scoresheet in two of the games. The superstar center has added 25 shots on net, 19 hits and a plus-2 rating.
Matthews scored a goal on four shots, supplied two assists, doled out four hits and won 16 of 20 faceoffs in Saturday's 5-1 win over the Canadiens in Game 2.
Matthews' second-period tally ultimately stood as the game-winner. He also assisted on power-play goals by Rasmus Sandin and William Nylander. The 23-year-old Matthews was held off the scoresheet in Game 1, but few teams have been able to quiet him in consecutive contests. The superstar center had a league-leading 41 goals in 52 regular-season contests, so he'll be a key part of the Maple Leafs' offense in the playoffs.
Matthews fired eight shots at Carey Price on Thursday in Game 1 but failed to register a point. It was the first time in 11 games against the Canadiens this season that he was held without a point.
He looked really good on the first power play -- he was on his off wing and absolutely wired a rocket. But the harsh reality is that Matthews is the only shooter the Habs find dangerous on that power play, so he will be in tough unless they become a shoot-first crew with the man advantage. Still, Matthews is the most consistent goal scorer in the league and will be on the board very soon.
Matthews scored a goal on a team-leading six shots Wednesday in a 4-3 overtime loss to Ottawa.
Matthews struck for his league-leading 41st goal of the season with 2:40 left in regulation, jumping on a loose puck at the bottom of the left faceoff circle and depositing it to tie the game at 3-3. The goal, No. 199 in his NHL career, extended Matthews' point streak to seven games (seven goals, one assist) and gave him 66 points heading into Friday's regular-season finale at Winnipeg.
Matthews scored a goal on four shots, doled out three hits and went plus-2 in Thursday's 5-2 win over the Canadiens.
Matthews notched his third 40-goal campaign, a mark he achieved in only 49 contests this season. Matthews is the first player in over 20 years to reach the 40-goal mark in 49 or fewer games. The superstar center has 64 points, 210 shots on net, a plus-23 rating and 55 hits overall. He's also just two goals away from 200 in his career at just 23 years old.
Matthews scored a goal on five shots in Monday's 3-2 overtime loss to Montreal.
Matthews tallied his 39th goal of the season late in the second period, deflecting a Jake Muzzin point shot to give the Maple Leafs a 2-1 lead. Matthews will take a four-game goal streak into Thursday's home clash with the Canadiens. He has 63 points in 48 games on the year.
Matthews scored twice Saturday in a 5-1 win over Vancouver.
He now leads the league with 38 goals and has 17 goals in his last 17 games. How good is his sniping? Through 47 games, Matthews is scoring at a rate of 0.809 goals per game, which would be the best in the NHL in two decades, dating back to when Mario Lemieux averaged 0.814 for the Penguins (2000-01). The next best? Stud Alex Ovechkin averaged 0.793 for the Capitals in 2007-08. The 23-year-old Matthews has 196 goals in 329 career games over five seasons. It's not a matter of one Rocket Richard trophy, but how many will he deliver over his career.
Matthews scored the game-winning goal Thursday in a 4-1 victory over Vancouver.
It was a beautiful one-timer on a two-on-one with Mitch Marner in the second period. Matthews' April has been outstanding -- 12 goals and 18 points in 13 games, and it has catapulted him to a league-leading 36 goals.
Matthews tallied a goal on five shots in a 4-1 win over Montreal on Wednesday.
Matthews batted a puck down out of mid-air in the Montreal zone and swept a shot past netminder Jake Allen to put Toronto on top 2-0 midway through the first period. The goal was Matthews' 35th in 45 games and held up as his league-leading 10th game-winner of the season. He's scored 11 times this month alone.
Matthews delivered a goal and two assists in a 5-3 win over the Jets on Thursday.
He and linemate Mitch Marner skated with newcomer Nick Foligno. Matthews was on fire Thursday, firing seven shots in 20:39. He leads the league with 34 goals and sits in a tie for third in scoring with 58 points. Plus he sits second in the NHL in shots with 181 (43 games), second only to Brady Tkachuk.
Matthews provided a power-play assist and five shots on goal in Tuesday's 6-3 loss to the Canucks.
Matthews earned the secondary helper on John Tavares' second goal of the game. The 23-year-old Matthews is up to 55 points (33 goals, 22 assists) with 174 shots on net, a plus-13 rating and 46 hits through 42 contests.
Matthews scored a power-play goal on seven shots in Sunday's 3-2 overtime loss to the Canucks.
Matthews missed a game with a recurrence of a wrist injury, but he seemed fine Sunday. Through eight games in April, he's buried nine goals and supplied three assists. The 23-year-old superstar has a league-leading 33 goals in 41 outings. He's added 21 helpers, 169 shots on net, a plus-15 rating and 12 power-play points.
Matthews (wrist) will play in Sunday's game versus the Canucks, Mark Masters of TSN.ca reports.
Matthews is back in the lineup after missing just one game. The 23-year-old leads the league with 32 goals -- nine on the power play -- through 40 games. He'll center the top line once again Sunday.
Matthews (wrist) skated without limitations Saturday, David Alter of The Hockey News reports.
Matthews skated on the first line and the top power-play unit Saturday, so he's certainly trending toward a return for Sunday's game versus the Canucks. However, coach Sheldon Keefe said the team wouldn't make a final decision until Sunday, per Kristen Shilton of TSN.ca. The 23-year-old currently leads the league with 32 goals through 40 games.
Matthews (wrist) is considered day-to-day and won't play Thursday versus Winnipeg, Sportsnet's Chris Johnston reports.
Matthews isn't expected to be sidelined for long, but he'll miss at least one contest with his wrist injury. With Matthews on the shelf, Adam Brooks will draw into the lineup against the Jets. Check back for another update on Matthews' status prior to Saturday's game versus Vancouver.
Matthews scored a goal on three shots and doled out a pair of hits Monday in a 4-2 loss to Montreal.
Matthews continued his most recent tear, redirecting a Mitch Marner feed down low to get the Maple Leafs on the board midway through the second period. It was Matthews' 11th goal in his last nine outings and extended his point streak to five games (eight goals, three assists). The 23-year-old is now up to 32 goals in 39 games on the season, fueled by a career-best 20.1 shooting percentage.
Matthews scored a hat trick and added an assist in a 6-5 victory over Ottawa on Saturday.
Matthews' wrist injury is obviously far behind him and he's running away with the Rocket Richard sprint -- he has 31 goals in 38 games. Right now, he's on a four-game goal streak that includes seven goals and 10 points. Matthews has also scored in seven of his last eight games and has 10 goals in that span. It feels like he's trying to take a run at 50 this season and if so, his already elite fantasy worth would escalate further.
Matthews collected a goal and an assist with five shots and two PIM in Wednesday's 3-2 win over Montreal.
Matthews needed just 54 seconds to deposit his league-leading 28th goal of the year, circling the net with the puck and wrapping it far side past Montreal goalie Jake Allen. It was the fourth goal in the last three games for Matthews, who also assisted on Zach Hyman's game-winner midway through the third period. Matthews ranks fifth in the NHL scoring race with 46 points in 36 games and can add to that total Saturday against an Ottawa team that just yielded four points apiece to Connor McDavid and Leon Draisaitl.
Matthews scored two goals, one on the power play, in Monday's 5-3 win over the Flames.
Matthews gave the Maple Leafs a 2-0 lead in the second period, and added the game-winning goal on the power play in the third. The 23-year-old extended his league lead in goals -- he has 27 tallies, 46 points, 148 shots on net, a plus-16 rating and 11 power-play points through 36 appearances this season.
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|05/29||@ MON||L 2-3 (OT)||0||0||0||0||30:11|
|05/27||vs MON||L 3-4 (OT)||0||1||1||+1||24:33|
|05/25||@ MON||W 4-0||0||0||0||0||17:57|
|05/24||@ MON||W 2-1||0||0||0||+1||23:07|
|05/22||vs MON||W 5-1||1||2||3||+1||22:37|
|05/20||vs MON||L 1-2||0||0||0||-1||23:57|
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