Andrew Mangiapane Stats
- Height / Weight
- 70 / 184 lbs.
- Date of Birth (Age)
- 4/4/1996 (26)
Andrew Mangiapane Last 10 Games
Andrew Mangiapane News
Calgary Flames winger Andrew Mangiapane made the biggest impact in Monday's 4-3 overtime win against Columbus, scoring the team's third goal and recording two assists. He was able to get to three points in a single game for the first time this season. Mangiapane has been one of the biggest disappointments in fantasy hockey in 2022-23, but he has come to life since the calendar was flipped, logging three goals and seven assists in 10 games. He entered 2023 with only 15 points to his name. The 26-year-old still has a lot of work to do to reach last season's standards, but the current 10-game spell is at least a good start.
Calgary Flames winger Andrew Mangiapane produced his best postseason outing of the year on Wednesday, finishing a 9-6 win over Edmonton with three points. He scored the team's second goal just 51 seconds into the game and handed out a pair of assists. Mangiapane was plus-three for the contest and added seven shots and one hit to his tally. The Toronto-born winger, who had 35 goals and 55 points during the regular season, entered the game with only two postseason points, so he badly needed a productive night to remind himself of what he's capable of. Mangiapane's linemates also had a nice start to the series as Blake Coleman scored twice and Mikael Backlund had an assist.
Left winger Andrew Mangiapane scored two goals in the Calgary Flames overtime loss to the Nashville Predators on Tuesday. He continued his run of hot play in a breakout season. The Toronto native has 34 goals and 53 points this season, which ranks him fourth on the Flames in scoring. After going 13 games with only two points, Mangiapane has four goals and eight points in his last eight games. As the Flames chief secondary scoring threat, he will be called upon in the playoffs to deliver consistent scoring.
Calgary Flames winger Andrew Mangiapane will team up with Elias Lindholm and Johnny Gaudreau on the first line Thursday against Vegas. Matthew Tkachuk is dropping down to the second line. Mangiapane has had a hugely successful season with 31 goals and 49 points in 71 appearances, but his productivity has dropped significantly over the last four weeks and it looks like Flames head coach Darryl Sutter is trying to get him going again by giving him an opportunity to skate with players who have combined for 175 points this season. Mangiapane hasn't been kind to the Golden Knights in 2021-22, scoring three goals in two games against them.