McAvoy scored a power-play goal and added two even-strength assists in Saturday's 4-0 win over the Islanders.
The third-year blueliner put together his best scoring performance of the season, capping a February in which he racked up four goals and 13 points over 14 games. McAvoy is now up to 30 points (four goals, 26 helpers) on the year, leaving him two points shy of tying the career high he set as a rookie.
McAvoy registered an assist, three blocked shots and a plus-2 rating in Friday's 4-3 win over the Flames.
McAvoy's been on a nice run in February, with three goals and five assists in the last 10 games. The 22-year-old blueliner has also reached the 25-point threshold for the third time in his young career. He's added 118 hits, 118 blocked shots, 89 shots on net and a plus-20 rating through 59 appearances this year.
McAvoy posted a goal, three blocked shots and a plus-1 rating across 24:52 in Sunday's 3-1 win over the Rangers.
It took McAvoy a whopping 52 games to score his first goal of the season, but now he's lit the lamp three times and added two helpers over the past six contests. The 22-year-old is finally hitting his stride, and he's worth a look as the fantasy playoffs approach.
McAvoy scored the game-winning goal in Wednesday's 2-1 overtime win over the Blackhawks.
McAvoy picked a great time to get his first goal of the campaign, beating Robin Lehner 1:19 into overtime to win the game. It's the defenseman's 20th point of the year. He's added 76 shots on goal, 111 hits, 104 blocked shots and a plus-11 rating through 52 contests.
McAvoy recorded two assists in Tuesday's 4-0 win over the Canucks.
It's the third-year blueliner's first multi-point performance since Nov. 16. McAvoy has 19 points through 51 games, but he has yet to find the back of the net after scoring 14 goals over the last two seasons. It's not from lack of trying, though -- he fired two shots Tuesday, and his 74 shots is right in line with his totals in that category during his first two NHL campaigns. Don't be surprised if McAvoy's puck luck turns down the stretch.
McAvoy (head) will be in the lineup for Friday's game against the Jets, NHL.com's Darrin Bauming reports.
McAvoy was being monitored for a possible head injury following the Bruins' 3-2 victory over Vegas on Jan. 21, but it's not surprising to see that he's ready to rock following the All-Star break. The 22-year-old will slot into his usual role skating on Boston's top pairing and second power-play unit against Winnipeg.
McAvoy hit his head on the boards in Tuesday's game versus the Golden Knights, Matt Porter of The Boston Globe reports.
McAvoy skated 20:49 in Tuesday's game, so he took a regular shift. The team will be cautious with the 22-year-old. Expect an update on his condition ahead of the Bruins' first game after the bye week -- Jan. 31 versus the Jets -- but for now it seems this is just a proactive approach from the team.
McAvoy collected his 17th helper of the season in a 4-1 win over the Penguins on Thursday.
Despite still being without a goal, McAvoy has been a steady contributor to the offense in recent weeks. He has picked up 10 assists through his last 19 games, making him fourth on the team in helpers since Dec. 1.
McAvoy picked up an assist on the first goal of the game in a 6-2 win over the Predators on Tuesday.
With 14 assists on the season, McAvoy is on pace to match last season's point total of 28 even though he has yet to score a goal. Among all skaters in the league without a goal, McAvoy leads with 56 shots on goal. He has back-to-back seven-goal seasons, but with decreased power-play time he has gotten fewer quality chances to put one in the back of the net.
McAvoy (lower body) is back in action for Thursday's game against the Blue Jackets, Matt Porter of the Boston Globe reports.
McAvoy was considered a game-time call for the tilt but will ultimately make his return after three games on the sidelines. Despite being a regular on the power play, McAvoy has just 13 points (all assists) through 38 games. That does at least point to some potential upside in the future.
McAvoy (lower body) is labeled a game-time decision for Thursday's contest against the Blue Jackets.
McAvoy's return could be a shot in the arm for a Bruins squad aiming to bounce back from a shootout loss to the Devils on Tuesday. Although he's not a fantasy juggernaut, McAvoy has posted a solid first half of the season for Boston, notching 13 assists and a plus-13 rating through 38 games played.
McAvoy (lower body) was designated for injured reserve Monday.
McAvoy's placement on injured reserve effectively rules him out versus New Jersey on Tuesday, though he could be activated at any point since his injury occurred prior to the Christmas break. Brandon Carlo figures to continue holding down the top pairing alongside Zdeno Chara with McAvoy sidelined.
McAvoy (undisclosed) will not dress for Sunday's game against Buffalo, Fluto Shinzawa of The Athletic reports.
Head coach Bruce Cassidy was optimistic that McAvoy avoided injury after a hit from Capitals forward T.J. Oshie on Dec. 23, but he's now missed two games since the incident. His next chance to play will be Tuesday in New Jersey but there's currently no set timetable for his return.
McAvoy didn't travel with the team for Friday's matchup with Buffalo, Joe McDonald of The Athletic reports.
McAvoy was expected to be fine after taking a big hit from Washington's T.J. Oshie on Monday, but he'll end up missing time due to an undisclosed injury. The blueliner's absence will force the recently recalled Steve Kampfer into the lineup, while Brandon Carlo should see the biggest uptick in ice time. Until the team provides a more specific update, McAvoy should be considered day-to-day.
Head coach Bruce Cassidy said that McAvoy "seems to be okay" after taking a late hit in Monday's win over Washington, Joe Haggerty of NBC Sports Boston reports.
McAvoy was crushed by T.J. Oshie near the boards at the end of Boston's blowout win and he immediately left the ice. With some time off before Friday's game in Buffalo, it sounds like the 22-year-old blueliner will be good to go.
McAvoy picked up an assist, three shots and five hits in a 3-2 loss to the Lightning on Thursday.
It was one of McAvoy's best performances of the season, with his 27:54 in ice time representing his highest regular-season mark since a November 2017 game against the Lightning. With four points over his last six games, McAvoy is currently on his best offensive stretch of the campaign.
McAvoy picked up an assist in a 4-3 overtime loss to the Blackhawks on Thursday.
McAvoy has points in back-to-back games for only the second time this season. After scoring at a rate of half a point per game over his first two seasons, McAvoy is only on pace to hit 25 points this season. His usage as the team's No. 1 lock-down defenseman has certainly pulled his numbers down, as he's spending much more time on the penalty kill than the power play this season.
McAvoy tallied his seventh point of the season in a 5-1 win over the Devils on Tuesday.
McAvoy may have picked up an assist, but the goal was all Matt Grelcyk, who deked out the Devils' P.K. Subban before scoring his second of the game. So far this season McAvoy has yet to break out offensively, but don't expect much more than the 28 points he put up last season. Head coach Bruce Cassidy has been relying less on the 21-year-old in offensive situations, starting him in the offensive zone 48.7% of the time compared to last season's 53 percent. McAvoy has also seen his average power-play ice time decrease from 1:35 to 1:10 despite seeing his overall ice time slightly increase from 22:10 to 22:23.
McAvoy picked up two assists Saturday in a 3-2 shootout win over Washington.
McAvoy has just six assists in 20 games this season. Big things were expected of him, but he's actually regressing a little. There's always a chance McAvoy peaked in his rookie season, but there's still plenty of opportunity for him to grow his game. He is just 21 after all.
McAvoy (undisclosed) will be in the lineup for Tuesday's matchup with Montreal.
McAvoy suffered a cut during Monday's 6-4 win over Pittsburgh, but he was never in serious danger of missing Tuesday's tilt. The 21-year-old blueliner has yet to get going offensively this season, having tallied just three assists through his first 14 games, but he'll continue to get plenty of opportunities to contribute while skating on Boston's top pairing and second power-play unit.
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