Pettersson notched an assist and three shots on goal in Tuesday's 5-4 shootout win over the Islanders.
Pettersson helped out on Tyler Toffoli's goal in the first period. The assist gave Pettersson 66 points (27 goals, 39 helpers) through 68 games this year, matching his output from his rookie campaign. The 21-year-old center has added 162 shots, a plus-16 rating and 63 hits this year.
Pettersson netted a goal on two shots and added two PIM in Sunday's 2-1 loss to the Blue Jackets.
Pettersson spoiled Elvis Merzlikins' shutout bid midway through the third period. The Swedish center is now one goal and one point shy of matching his rookie-year production. Pettersson has 27 tallies, 65 points, 159 shots and a plus-15 rating in 67 appearances this season.
Pettersson posted an assist and went plus-2 in Friday's 6-3 win over the Avalanche.
Pettersson has been on the scoresheet in five of his last nine outings, with three goals and four helpers in that span. He's up to 64 points through 66 games -- that puts him two shy of his output from his rookie year. The 21-year-old center has added 157 shots, a plus-14 rating and 62 hits this season.
Pettersson scored a goal and tallied a pair of assists -- one with the man advantage -- during Sunday's 5-3 loss to the Blue Jackets.
This was the first time the Swede had collected two or more points since Feb. 10, a span of seven games. Unfortunately, his big night went to waste, as Columbus scored two goals in the final two minutes to sink Pettersson and the Canucks, who will now return home to face Arizona on Wednesday.
Pettersson potted a goal on five shots and went plus-3 in Saturday's 9-3 win over the Bruins.
Pettersson struck 46 seconds into the third period to put the Canucks ahead 6-1 at the time. The Swede has only slightly dropped his scoring pace in February, with four goals and three assists in his last nine games. He's at 25 tallies, 59 points, 149 shots and a plus-16 rating in 60 appearances this year.
Pettersson scored a power-play goal in Sunday's 5-1 loss to Anaheim.
Pettersson's goal was his third in 12 games. Despite going through a bit of dry spell, the 21-year-old still has 58 points in 58 games, putting Pettersson on pace to finish his sophomore season as a point-per-game asset.
Pettersson scored a goal and dished a power-play assist in Monday's 6-2 win over the Predators.
The Swede set up Brandon Sutter's first-period tally and then scored in the second. Pettersson's goal chased Predators starter Pekka Rinne from the contest. Through 56 games, the 21-year-old center is up to 24 tallies, 33 assists, 138 shots and a plus-12 rating.
Pettersson (lower body) went minus-2 with two PIM, a hit and a blocked shot in 19:10 during Saturday's 6-2 loss to the Flames.
Pettersson missed only one game with the injury. While he posted a second straight scoreless outing, the Swede has 55 points in as many games this season. He's added 136 shots, a plus-10 rating and 52 hits.
Pettersson (lower body) will play in Saturday's game versus the Flames, Ben Kuzma of The Province reports.
Pettersson was a late scratch for Thursday's outing against the Wild as he tended to a lower-body bruise, but the 21-year-old is prepped to center the top line and first-power play unit. He's having another excellent season, as he's accrued 23 goals and 55 points -- 20 on the power play -- through 54 contests.
Pettersson will not dress in Thursday's game against Minnesota due to a lower-body injury.
This news comes as a real surprise, as there was no evidence of Pettersson dealing with the injury prior to puck drop. Pettersson's absence will be a huge loss for the Canucks, as he's racked up 14 points in his past 13 contests. Expect the team to comment on the star's status ahead of Saturday's game against the Flames, but in the Swede's absence, Zack MacEwen will draw into the lineup Thursday.
Pettersson scored twice on a team-high six shots in Sunday's 4-3 shootout loss to the Hurricanes.
Pettersson scored the first and last goals in regulation, and also added the Canucks' only tally in the shootout. The Swede is up to 23 goals, 55 points, 135 shots and a plus-13 rating through 53 games.
Pettersson earned an assist, fired three shots on goal and went plus-2 in Monday's 3-1 win over the Blues.
The Swedish center now has two goals and six assists over his last eight games. For the season, Pettersson is up to 52 points, 127 shots and a plus-9 rating in 50 contests.
Pettersson collected an assist and three blocked shots in Saturday's 4-1 win over the Sharks.
Pettersson had the secondary assist on J.T. Miller's third-period tally. The center has racked up three goals and seven helpers in his last nine outings. He's at 51 points (21 goals, 30 assists) and a plus-7 rating through 49 games. Pettersson usually finds a way to make an impact, which makes him a valuable fantasy asset.
Pettersson produced two assists, one on the power play, in Thursday's 3-1 win over the Coyotes.
Pettersson reached the 50-point threshold in only 48 games. He's generated 21 goals, 29 assists, 124 shots and a plus-7 rating this season. His power-play helper was also his 20th point with a man advantage. At this rate, the 21-year-old should exceed 80 points if he stays healthy.
Pettersson generated an assist in Thursday's loss to the Panthers.
Pettersson picked up a pair of points during the games in Tampa and Florida despite the Canucks being outscored 14-4. The sophomore star has 11 points in his last nine games, including four multi-point efforts. He's up to 20 goals and 46 points through 44 contests.
Pettersson (illness) scored a goal and dished two assists in Thursday's 7-5 win over the Blackhawks.
Not bad for a guy who was feeling ill earlier in the week. The Swedish superstar has posted five goals and four helpers in his last six games. Pettersson is at 44 points, 105 shots on goal and a plus-4 rating through 41 contests, with 18 of his points coming on the power play. There's no reason to bench Pettersson in fantasy.
Pettersson (illness) returned to practice Wednesday, Ben Kuzma of The Vancouver Province reports.
Pettersson was feeling under the weather Tuesday, but it appears he'll be good to go for Thursday's showdown against the Blackhawks. The 21-year-old will avoid missing his first game of the season, and he'll look to build on the 18 goals and 41 points he's accrued through 40 games.
Pettersson missed Tuesday's practice due to an illness.
Pettersson has two days to get better before Thursday's matchup against the Blackhawks. It's worth keeping an eye on the 21-year-old's status, as he's out to another electric pace with 18 goals and 41 points -- 17 on the man advantage -- through 40 games. He's more comfortable shooting the puck this year, too, as he's averaging 2.4 shots per game compared to 2.0 last year. If he's ruled out against the Blackhawks, J.T. Miller is expected to bump to center in the top six.
Pettersson scored the game-winning goal and added an assist in Saturday's 3-2 win over the Kings.
With the two-point effort, Pettersson is up to 41 points in 39 games this season. His game-winner came just 19 seconds after Tyler Toffoli tied the game in the third period. The 21-year-old has potted five deciding tallies this year, adding 102 shots on goal and 17 power-play points. He's posted multiple points in three of his last four contests.
Pettersson scored a goal and supplied an assist, three hits and a plus-2 rating in Saturday's 4-1 win over the Penguins.
Pettersson scored just 44 seconds after Jake Guentzel got the Penguins on the board in the second period. The Swede then set up Brock Boeser's insurance marker in the third. Pettersson has put up consecutive multi-point outings for the third time this year. The 21-year-old has 17 goals and 39 points in 37 contests.
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