Connor McDavid Stats
- Height / Weight
- 73 / 193 lbs.
- Date of Birth (Age)
- 1/13/1997 (26)
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Connor McDavid News
Edmonton Oilers center Connor McDavid is on track to become the sixth player in NHL history to record at least 150 points in a single season. He has managed 92 points through 50 games so far, sitting on 41 goals and 51 assists. The race for the Art Ross Trophy hasn't even been close this season, with Leon Draisaitl second on the table with 76 points. The Oilers captain will return from the All-Star break on Feb. 7 against Detroit riding a league-best 13-game point streak.
Edmonton Oilers center Connor McDavid pushed his scoring streak to 12 games and surpassed 90 points for the season with a three-point effort in Saturday's 7-3 win over Chicago. He had a goal and two assists in the contest, becoming the fifth player in NHL history to reach 90 points within the team's first 50 games of a season multiple times in his career. McDavid sits on 41 goals and 51 assists for the campaign. Nine of his 92 points have come in three matchups against Chicago, so the Blackhawks will be very glad to know that they don't have to face McDavid anymore this season. The Oilers captain had nine goals and 11 assists in 12 January appearances and will kick off the next month on Feb. 7 versus Detroit.
Edmonton Oilers center Connor McDavid had two goals and an assist in a big win against the Sharks on his 26th birthday on Friday. Both of his goals came in power-play situations. The Oilers captain extended his road point streak to 12 games and has now amassed 82 points in total for the season in just 44 games. It's been a very productive campaign for McDavid, who boasts a 15-game scoring streak against San Jose, which is the longest run against a single franchise in his career. The Sharks players will likely feel miserable once they discover that there are three more meetings with the Oilers scheduled for the season.
Edmonton Oilers center Connor McDavid scored his 34th goal of the season in Monday's 6-3 loss in L.A. He had an unassisted goal in the middle of the third frame, providing the team's final tally. McDavid became the third Oilers player in the past 25 years to record a road point streak of at least 10 games. He has remained productive despite the team currently going through a rough spell and being 1-4-0 for the last five games. The Oilers captain is the league's leading goal-scorer and is also dominating the scoring charts with a mind-boggling 77 points racked up in 42 games. Winnipeg is the only team to keep him scoreless in McDavid's past 22 appearances.