Makar finished Thursday's 3-2 win over the Canadiens with an assist.
Makar has posted assists in back-to-back games and now has 28 points this season, in 28 games. The 21-year-old is a point-a-game player and has yet to go more than two games without a point in 2019-20. With 12 power-play points so far on the year, Makar is tied for second among defensemen.
Makar scored both his team's goals, one coming with the man advantage, during a 3-2 loss to the Wild on Thursday.
Makar has shown no signs of slowing down this season, racking up 25 points in 22 games. On top of his two goals, the 21-year-old dished out a hit and blocked a pair of shots in Thursday's loss.
Makar produced an assist and a plus-2 rating in Tuesday's 3-2 win over the Flames.
It almost seems like a letdown after his four-assist performance Saturday versus the Canucks. Makar continues to pace the rookie scoring race with 23 points (five goals, 18 helpers) in 21 games. The Calgary native also has a plus-9 rating.
Makar posted four assists in Saturday's 5-4 overtime win over the Canucks.
Somewhat surprisingly, only one of his helpers came with the man advantage. Makar's first four-point game of his career put him at 22 points (five tallies, 17 assists) in 20 games. He added three blocked shots and a plus-3 rating in the contest.
Makar scored a goal on his lone shot and was plus-2 in Monday's 4-0 win over the Jets.
The 21-year-old opened the scoring with a beauty of a goal, working his way into the slot with some nifty stick-handling before beating Connor Hellebuyck with a wrist shot. Makar has racked up five points in his last two games and has hit the scoresheet in eight of his last 10 contests. In 18 games overall, the rookie has five goals and 18 points.
Makar scored a pair of goals on a team-high seven shots in Saturday's 4-2 win over the Blue Jackets.
Both of Makar's goals came in the second period, flipping a 2-1 deficit into a 3-2 lead during the middle frame. The rookie defenseman has four goals and 17 points through his first 17 regular-season contests. A point-per-game pace likely isn't sustainable, but Makar's making a strong initial case for the Calder Trophy.
Makar scored a goal and assisted on two others in Thursday's 9-4 win over Nashville. He also had four shots on goal.
Makar opened the scoring 49 seconds into the game with his second goal of the season. He later set up a first-period goal by Nathan MacKinnon and a third-period tally by Matt Calvert. Makar's rookie season is off to a terrific start. He has hit the scoresheet in all but four of his 16 games, logging 15 points and 29 shots on goal. He's the real deal.
Makar had a power-play assist and two shots in Friday's 2-1 loss to the Stars.
Here's a shocker -- Makar's assist came on a Nathan MacKinnon power-play goal. The helper gives the 21-year-old defenseman 11 points in 13 games, with seven of his 10 assists coming with the man advantage. He's been consistent as well, with only three scoreless games so far this season. Fantasy owners who took the gamble on Makar in their drafts have to be happy with his production.
Makar notched a power-play assist, a team-high six shots and two hits in Saturday's 5-2 loss to the Ducks.
Makar's got another point streak brewing -- he's put his name on the scoresheet in the last four games with a goal and three helpers. For the year, the rookie defenseman has 10 points through 11 games. Saturday marked the first time Makar had put more than three pucks on net in a game, giving him 16 shots this season.
Makar scored his first career goal in Friday's 6-1 win over the Golden Knights.
The 20-year-old blueliner is off to a tremendous start, scoring at least one point in eight of 10 games so far, and Makar has nine points in total. With a regular spot on the Avs' top power-play unit in hand, the rookie is positioning himself as an early Calder Trophy favorite.
Makar registered an assist in Monday's 6-3 win over the Capitals.
Makar has now recorded six helpers in five games to start his rookie year on a high note. Four of his helpers have come on the man advantage. Makar is doing a good job of replacing the void left by Tyson Barrie's move to the Maple Leafs over the summer.
Makar registered two assists (one on the power play) in Saturday's 3-2 overtime win over the Coyotes.
Makar had the primary helper on each of the Avalanche's first two goals in the contest. The 20-year-old defenseman has five assists over a four-game point streak to start the year, with all but one coming on the man advantage. He's added six blocked shots and could be worth a look for fantasy owners in need depth on defense.
Makar recorded an assist and one hit while playing 22:23 in his NHL regular-season debut in a 5-3 victory over Calgary on Thursday.
The 20-year-old dazzled during the 2018-19 postseason, recording a goal and six points, but this was actually Makar's first action during the regular season. Big things are expected from him because of that strong postseason performance, but owners should keep in mind that the 20-year-old will likely experience highs and lows during his first full 82-game slate.
Makar registered an assist and four hits in Thursday's 3-0 win over the Sharks in Game 4.
Makar has a goal and four helpers over seven postseason games to start his career, but Thursday marked the first time he had posted more than one hit in a game. Obviously, the offensive skill comes first with the first-round pick from 2017, but a little extra in the non-scoring stats is sure to appeal to fantasy owners as well.
Makar registered an assist in Tuesday's 4-2 loss to the Sharks in Game 3.
Makar has stepped seamlessly onto the third pairing for the Avalanche, with a goal and three helpers as well as eight blocked shots in six contests. The 20-year-old blueliner won't be asked to do too much, but his offensive prowess has been on display since he joined the team, illustrating why the Avalanche selected him with the fourth overall pick in 2017.
Makar posted an assist and two shots in Friday's 5-2 loss to the Sharks for Game 1 of the conference semifinals.
Makar has a goal and two helpers in four postseason games since joining the Avalanche from the University of Massachusetts. He's added seven blocked shots and averaged 18:00 per game.
Makar posted an assist, three blocked shots and a plus-2 rating in Friday's 5-1 win over the Flames in Game 5.
Makar joined the lineup for Game 3, and he produced a goal and a helper as well as six blocks in his three appearances. He went plus-4 in that span as the Calgary native helped the Avalanche eliminate his hometown team.
Makar scored a goal on two shots and blocked two shots in Monday's 6-2 win over the Flames in Game 3.
He is the first defenseman and seventh player overall to make his debut in the playoffs and score a goal in his first game. After winning the Hobey Baker Award on Friday, Makar has wasted no time in helping the Avalanche in their postseason run -- against his childhood hometown team, no less.
Makar will be in the lineup for Monday's Game 3 against the Flames.
This news isn't a huge surprise after Makar was signed out of the University of Massachusetts on Sunday. The Avalanche were dealt an injury blow, however, with Samuel Girard out with an undisclosed injury. In his stead, Makar is expected to enter the lineup on the third defensive pair with Patrik Nemeth, and should see some power-play time on the second unit. The recently-crowned Hobey Baker winner will have huge expectations heading into his professional debut for Game 3.
Makar signed a three-year, entry-level contract with the Avalanche on Sunday.
Makar is fresh off his sophomore season at the University of Massachusetts, who reached the NCAA Frozen Four Championship Game. The Alberta native also received the 2019 Hobey Baker Award, giving Avalanche fans plenty to be excited about. In addition to signing the contract, Makar will join Colorado immediately for its playoff series against Calgary.
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