Mason McTavish Stats
- Height / Weight
- 72 / 213 lbs.
- Date of Birth (Age)
- 1/30/2003 (20)
Mason McTavish Last 10 Games
Mason McTavish News
Anaheim Ducks forward Mason McTavish will miss Thursday's matchup against Columbus with a lower-body injury. The 19-year-old drops out of the lineup for the first time this season. 2022-23 has been a shaky one for McTavish, with him having blown hot and cold on his way to 27 points in 45 games. He has been the first-line center in the most recent games. Isac Lundestrom is taking over McTavish's position Thursday. The Swedish forward is returning from a finger injury and is making his first appearance since Dec. 1.
Anaheim Ducks forward Mason McTavish put on a show in Friday's matchup against San Jose, leading the team to a 5-4 overtime victory with four points. He became the first player in franchise history to factor on three game-tying goals and the winner. McTavish had two goals and two assists in the contest, which made him the second-youngest Ducks player ever to register four points in a single game. The 19-year-old has made quite an impression since joining the first line this week, logging six points in two games. He has reached 26 points in 40 games for the whole season.
Anaheim Ducks forward Mason McTavish tallied two points in his debut on the first line Wednesday versus Dallas. He set up an early Adam Henrique goal and also lit the lamp himself before the first period was done, recording a power-play goal in a 2-0 win. The 19-year-old was plus-one for the night and finished with four shots and three blocks in 16:20 of ice time. McTavish is a talented scorer who can get points in bunches in the right situation. With 22 points to his name, he is already tied for the second-most points among all first-year players, and a move to the top line can only do good for McTavish's numbers.
Anaheim Ducks forward Mason McTavish was unable to complete Monday's 3-2 overtime victory against the Flames as he was forced to exit the game with a lower-body injury. The 18-year-old, who became Anaheim's youngest ever goal-scorer last week, managed to log just five minutes and 23 seconds of action. It's not yet known how much time McTavish will miss, but his participation in Tuesday's clash with the Oilers seems highly unlikely. The third pick of this year's NHL Draft has notched two points in his first three career games with two shots and two hits. His absence will open up a spot on the third line and on the second power-play unit.