Nathan MacKinnon Stats
- Height / Weight
- 72 / 200 lbs.
- Date of Birth (Age)
- 9/1/1995 (28)
Nathan MacKinnon Last 10 Games
Nathan MacKinnon News
Colorado Avalanche center Nathan MacKinnon picked up a goal and an assist in Sunday's 4-3 victory over Arizona, surpassing the 90-point mark for the season. He hit the plateau in his 56th appearance -- only two players in franchise history have reached 90 points in a season with fewer games. It was MacKinnon's third straight outing with multiple points, and he now boasts 33 goals and 58 assists for the campaign. The Avalanche superstar has been a beast all year and can't seem to stop scoring on home ice, as MacKinnon still hasn't finished a home game without a point in 2023-24. His 26-game season-opening home point streak is the second-longest in league history, behind only Wayne Gretzky's 40-game run in 1988-89.
Colorado Avalanche center Nathan MacKinnon (face) appears good to go for Tuesday's battle with the Capitals. Colorado's star man couldn't complete Saturday's contest against Florida after falling face-first into the ice and suffering a chin injury. However, the injury won't keep him out of action on Tuesday. The NHL's second-leading scorer will look to put a stop to a three-game dry spell against Washington. He's gone cold after having an immense 14-game point streak, which featured 13 goals and 16 assists. MacKinnon has totaled 85 points (32 goals, 53 assists) in 53 games for the season.
Colorado Avalanche center Nathan MacKinnon finished with a goal in Monday's 2-1 overtime loss against the Rangers. MacKinnon opened the scoring by going coast-to-coast to give the Avalanche the lead with under two minutes remaining in the opening period. The 28-year-old brings his season total to 32 goals and 85 points through 50 games, while the dynamic forward has a good chance of winning his first career Hart Memorial Trophy as the most valuable player in the league for the 2023-24 NHL season.
Colorado Avalanche center Nathan MacKinnon grabbed a new record to his name on Sunday with a two-assist effort in a 3-1 victory over San Jose. He finished December with 29 points (11 goals, 18 assists) in 15 games, which is the highest-scoring total a player has ever managed in a single month with the franchise. Peter Stastny held the previous top mark with 28 points from February 1981. With the outing, MacKinnon also extended his franchise record for the longest home scoring streak to start a season to 19 games. The Avalanche superstar has been showing off incredible form and can become only the fifth NHLer ever with a 20-game season-opening home point streak against the Islanders on Tuesday. MacKinnon has racked up 19 goals and 58 points in 37 contests for the entire campaign.