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NHL January Stat Leaders

NHL Scoring Leaders

  1. Connor McDavid: | 11 games | 8 goals | 14 assists | 22 points |

T2. Leon Draisaitl: | 11 games | 6 goals | 15 assists | 21 points |

T2. Mitch Marner: | 10 games | 5 goals | 9 assists | 14 points |

  1. Nathan Mackinnon: | 10 games | 2 goal | 12 assists | 14 points |
  2. James van Riemsdyk: | 10 games | 5 goals | 8 assists | 13 points |

The Oilers’ superstars are off to a hot start with McDavid and Draisaitl leading the league in scoring with 43 combined points. Far behind them is Marner and Mackionnoin who both are putting up impressive numbers on stacked teams. Rounding up the top five is van Riemsdyk who is a surprising name on this list.

NHL Goal Leaders

T1. Connor McDavid: | 11 games | 8 goals | 22 points |

T1. Brock Boeser: | 11 games | 8 goals | 11 points |

  1. Mikko Rantanen: | 10 games | 7 goals | 10 points |

T4. Leon Draisaitl: | 11 games | 6 goals | 21 points |

T4. Bryden Schenn: | 9 games | 6 goals | 10 points |

T4. Auston Matthews: | 7 games | 6 goals | 10 points |

T4. Tyler Toffoli: | 8 games | 6 goals | 9 points |

T4. Max Pacioretty: | 7 games | 6 goals | 7 points |

McDavid is proving why he is the best player in the world with the league lead in goals. Tied with him is Boeser who is putting impressive numbers to start the season. The third leading goal scorer is Rantanen who is playing great with Mackinnon and Landeskog on the Avalanche top line. There is a five-way tie for fourth place including Draisaitl who is continuing his dominance from last season, just like his teammate McDavid. Schenn isn’t a name you usually see on the top of the goal scoring list, but he is helping the Blues climb the standings. Matthews is already a great goal scorer and showing his dominance already. Toffoli has been playing very solid to start the year, especially against his former team the Canucks, putting up five goals in two games. Lastly, Pacioretty has been a key part to the Golden Knight’s early success.

NHL Best Goaltenders

  1. Marc-Andre Fleury: | 3-0-0 | 1.00 GAA | 0.95% SV |
  2. Petr Mrazek: | 2-1-0 | 0.99 GAA | 0.95% SV |
  3. Phillip Grubauer: | 6-2-0 | 1.75 GAA | 0.93% SV |
  4. Jaroslav Halak: | 2-0-1 | 1.30 GAA | 0.94% SV |
  5. Makenzie Blackwood: | 2-0-1 | 1.90 GAA | 0.95% SV |

Fleury is playing very well to start the year, when it was rumored he could be traded. He is yet to lose and is a part of the Golden Knights’ success. At the start of the year, the Hurricanes’ goaltending looks like one of their only weak spots, however, they Mrazek is putting up good numbers to start the season. Just like the Hurricanes, the Avalanche’s main weakness is in net, however Grubauer has been playing great in front of a solid team. Next up is Halak who even though he is splitting starts with Tuukka Rask, is putting up impressive numbers. Lastly, is Blackwood who is one of the Devils best players this season, leading the Devils to their surprisingly great start.

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