Cale Makar Stats
- Height / Weight
- 72 / 187 lbs.
- Date of Birth (Age)
- 10/30/1998 (25)
Cale Makar Last 10 Games
Cale Makar News
Colorado Avalanche defenseman Cale Makar (lower body) is considered a game-time decision for Thursday's clash with the Senators. A lower-body injury has kept Makar out of action for three games, but it looks like he could be back on Thursday. It's been business as usual for Makar in 2023-24 as one of the premier blue-liners in the league, as he's bagged 37 points (eight goals, 29 assists) across 27 outings. Despite missing some time, Makar remains the second-highest scoring defenseman in the league, behind only Vancouver's Quinn Hughes (41). His return is set to bump Devon Toews down from the first power-play unit.
Colorado Avalanche defenseman Cale Makar (lower body) didn't skate Tuesday morning and will be out against the Chicago Blackhawks. This will be the third game Makar has missed with what was called a "nagging" lower-body injury. Although it doesn't sound serious, the Avs have taken a cautious approach with their stud blueliner. Makar has 37 points (eight goals, 29 assists) in 27 games this season as he roars toward another potential Norris trophy campaign. His next chance to return will be Thursday against Ottawa.
Colorado Avalanche defenseman Cale Makar (lower body) won't play against the Kings on Sunday. He was injured in Saturday's 4-3 shootout loss to Anaheim and will skip his first game of the season. Makar went without a point on Saturday, but he has been back to his best lately and is tied with Vancouver's Quinn Hughes for most points by a defenseman. In 23 outings, Makar has amassed seven goals and 27 assists. He also leads all Colorado skaters with 24:27 of ice time, meaning the rest of the blue line will need to put in quite a few extra shifts to compensate for the loss of Makar. Sam Malinski will replace him in the lineup.
Colorado Avalanche defenseman Cale Makar extended his streak of three-assist games in Monday's 4-3 loss against the Predators. Makar has been on a tear on the offensive end, with the defenseman collecting nine assists over the previous three games and a total of 18 points through nine games in November. On the season, Makar has totaled four goals and 27 points through 17 games to rank first on the Avalanche in points and second among NHL defensemen behind only Quinn Hughes of the Canucks. Makar became the fastest defenseman in NHL history to reach the 200-assist milestone, and the 25-year-old is one of the best players across all fantasy formats.