Connor was handed a qualifying offer by the Jets on Tuesday.
Connor may be second fiddle in terms of the team's offseason priorities behind Patrik Laine, but the club was never going to let him become an unrestricted free agent. The Jets' somewhat limited cap space, coupled with the need to give Laine a sizable raise, could see Connor given an offer sheet by an opposing club after he put up career highs in goals (34) , assists (32) and shots (227) last season. Even if the 21-year-old ends up somewhere else, which still seems unlikely, he is capable of pushing for the 70-point threshold on an annual basis.
Connor lit the lamp in overtime of Tuesday's Game 4 win versus the Blues.
Connor had the primary assist on Mark Scheifele's game-tying goal in the third period, and he sealed the deal off a rebound in overtime. This was Connor's second straight two-point game, and he now has three goals and two assists in the series. The Jets will carry the momentum of Connor's goal back to Winnipeg with the series tied, 2-2.
Connor scored two goals on five shots in Sunday's 6-3 win over the Blues in Game 3 of their first-round series.
He has three points in the series so far, two of which have come on the power play, where he scored one of his goals Sunday. Connor has 13 points in 20 postseason appearances in his career.
Connor lit the lamp and added an assist in Saturday's win over the Coyotes.
Connor extended his career highs to 34 goals and 66 points this season. The 22-year-old kicked his game into gear toward the end of the season with 13 points and 32 shots on net over the final 11 games. Next up is first-round matchup versus the Blues, who Connor has scored a goal and six assists against in four games this season.
Connor found the scoresheet twice in Monday's 5-2 loss to the Stars.
Make it six goals in five games for Connor, who now has 33 on the year, to go along with 30 assists in 76 games. After scoring midway through the third period, cutting the deficit to three goals in the process, the 22-year-old found the scoresheet again, this time assisting on Patrick Laine's power-play goal. Coming on the heels of a four-point performance Saturday, Monday's showing gives Connor six points in his last two games.
Connor netted a hat trick and added an assist Saturday in a 5-0 win over the Predators.
He just established a new career mark in goals (32) and points (61). And he did it in a big way. Connor absolutely undressed P.K. Subban on his first goal -- we're pretty sure we saw the defenders jock lying in the corner afterwards. And then he added two more to hit 32 on the season. The guy is hot -- he has eight points, including five goals, in his last four games.
Connor scored his 29th goal of the season and picked up a power-play assist as well during Wednesday's 3-0 win over Anaheim.
After being held off the scoresheet for two straight games, the Jets' forward has produced back-to-back two-point performances. Connor is up to 57 points through 73 games, needing three fewer games than a year ago to reach the mark. The 22-year-old, on top of scoring a goal, also drew an assist on Mark Schiefele's power-play snipe in the first period.
Connor scored a power-play goal and added an assist in Monday's 3-2 win over the Kings.
Connor set up Kevin Hayes' opening goal in the first period, and then scored with the man advantage just 1:05 later to spot the Jets a 2-0 lead. That lead would crumble before Tyler Myers scored in the second period to ultimately put the game away. Connor is up to 55 points in 72 games this season, just two points shy of his mark from last year. He's added 197 shots and has seen 17 of his points come on the power play as the 22-year-old has assumed a larger role in his second full season.
Connor scored a power-play goal and added a helper while skating to a plus-3 rating in an 8-1 win over the Hurricanes on Friday.
Connor's goal came in the third period with the game already comfortably in the Jets' control. The American winger has 52 points in 67 games. With 26 goals and assists apiece, he can both score and set them up. He should also draw easier competition now that he's on the second line with Kevin Hayes and Nikolaj Ehlers, which could increase his production down the stretch.
Connor's 25th goal of the season tied the game late in the second period, and the Jets went on to win 5-3 over the Predators on Friday.
Connor has been bumped down to the second line in recent contests, but it hasn't slowed him down as he's pieced together a five-game point streak. Over that span, he has three goals and three assists, as well as 14 shots on goal. Friday's goal gave him 50 points for a second consecutive season, and he's now just seven points back of his career high.
Connor dished out an assist in Tuesday's loss to the Wild.
Connor helped set up Mark Scheifele's power-play goal in the first period. This pushes Connor to a four-game, five-point streak, although he has a minus-3 rating in that span. Connor has been rock solid since the calendar flipped to 2019, posting 21 points in 24 games.
Connor notched an assist against the Rangers on Tuesday.
Despite a six-game goal drought, Connor has found ways to contribute offensively with three helpers over that stretch. The winger continues to see minutes on the power play with 3:54 of ice time per game in his last 15 contests, even though he hasn't recorded a point with the man advantage during that stretch. If the Michigan native doesn't start tickling the twine soon, he could find himself down on the second line in favor of Patrik Laine.
Connor scored two goals in Tuesday's 4-3 shootout win over Boston.
With 21 goals and 40 points through 50 games, the 22-year-old has more than had himself a solid sophomore season and figures to be one of Winnipeg's most important players come playoff time.
Connor started his team's offense with a shorthanded goal and sealed the game with an empty-netter in a 4-1 win over Vegas on Tuesday.
Connor added an assist on Mark Scheifele's empty-netter for his second three-point game in Winnipeg's past three contests. At nine points in his past six games, he's clearly back on form.
Connor scored a goal and two assists while adding three shots and a plus-3 rating in Friday's 4-2 win over the Red Wings.
The 22-year-old now has a point in four straight games, a huge turnaround from the 10-game scoreless drought he was mired in through the end of December and into the first game of 2019. Connor has 17 goals and 37 points through 45 contests, putting him well on pace to top the 57 points he put together last year in his first full NHL campaign.
Connor registered a goal in Sunday's 5-1 victory over the Stars.
Connor -- who picked up a loose puck in front of the net and fired it past Ben Bishop -- ended a 10-game pointless streak with his tally. The winger continues to log big minutes (18:54 on the year) despite his slump while holding down a spot on the top power-play unit. If he stays on the No. 1 line with Mark Scheifele and Blake Wheeler, Connor could still challenge for the 60-point mark this season.
Connor scored two goals and fired five shots on net in Tuesday's win over the Blackhawks.
Hats nearly flew on the ice in this outing but Blackhawks goalie Cam Ward made a highlight-reel glove save to deflate Connor's hopes. It's still a solid outing, and the 22-year-old now has 13 goals and 15 assists in 30 games while firing 90 shots on net.
Connor collected four assists in Saturday's 8-4 win over the Blues.
He and Bryan Little got the helpers on every one of Patrik Laine's four even-strength goals on the night, although they were shut out of his power-play marker. The 21-year-old continues to make the most of a regular shift with Laine, and Connor now has an eye-popping four goals and 13 points in his last eight games.
Connor went off Monday, recording a power-play goal and three assists in a 6-3 road win over the Canucks.
The Michigan native is on an incredible tear, as he's registered nine points over an active five-game point streak. Connor has obvious chemistry with Patrik Laine -- a third-year winger with six hat tricks to his name -- so fantasy owners should expect him to continue chugging along at a point-per-game pace, especially with scoring way up across the league.
Connor scored a goal on four shots with a plus-1 rating in Friday's 2-1 shootout loss to the Sabres.
He also did his part during the shootout, beating Carter Hutton in the fifth round, only for the Jets to eventually fall in the seventh. Connor now has a four-game point streak going, scoring three goals and five points over that stretch, and his nine goals and 16 points in 18 games to begin the season puts the 21-year-old well on pace to shatter the 57 points he registered in his breakout 2017-18.
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