Mason McTavish Stats
- Height / Weight
- 72 / 215 lbs.
- Date of Birth (Age)
- 1/30/2003 (20)
Mason McTavish Last 10 Games
Mason McTavish News
Anaheim Ducks forward Mason McTavish was unable to participate in the first day of training camp due to an upper-body injury. The team considered him as day-to-day. It looks like it's a minor injury and should only be a small setback for McTavish, who is gearing up for his sophomore campaign in the league. The 20-year-old did well in his rookie year by posting 43 points (17 goals, 26 assists) in 80 games. His role should only continue to grow on a rebuilding Ducks team.
Anaheim Ducks forward Mason McTavish was forced to leave Tuesday's game against Vancouver early due to an upper-body injury. He scored a power-play goal late in the first period but was able to log only 8:09 of ice time in the game. He could be done for the season now, with Anaheim facing L.A. in its season finale on Thursday. McTavish has enjoyed a decent rookie campaign with 17 goals and 43 points in 80 games. He's set to finish third in rookie scoring. The 20-year-old is definitely one to watch as the Ducks maneuver through their rebuilding process.
Anaheim Ducks forward Mason McTavish had his second game of the season with at least three points Monday against the Blackhawks, completing a 4-2 victory with a hat trick of assists. Isac Lundestrom, Max Jones and Troy Terry benefited from his playmaking. The 20-year-old tends to be very inconsistent with his production, but McTavish has had a decent rookie season overall with a 35-point effort across 60 outings. Seattle's Matty Beniers (42) is the only first-year player with more points than him.
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.