Connor McDavid, the world’s best hockey player, has been injured in the final game of the season.
Connor McDavid is living up to his McJesus moniker and Leon Draisaitl is almost living up to his $68 million dollar contract, with each of them reaching the 100 point milestone for the 2018-19 season. The last time this feat was accomplished was almost a decade ago by the Capitals’ Nicklas Backstrom and Alex Ovechkin in 2009-10.
Currently Draisaitl has 101 points in 77 games played, while McDavid has an absurd 114 points in just 73 games played. The Oilers still have five games left in the regular season.
The NHL is back from Christmas break and it already had some news that concerns Washington Capitals fans.
Auston Matthews (Atlantic), Nathan MacKinnon (Central), Alex Ovechkin (Metropolitan), and Connor McDavid (Pacific) will be the captains of their respective divisions and have earned the first roster spots for the 2019 NHL All-Star Game, which will be held January 26 in San Jose. Each player received the most votes in their divisions from fans.
On Tuesday, Connor McDavid set a new NHL record. The 21-year-old captain either scored or assisted on the Oiler’s first nine goals of the season.
The previous record was held by former Capitals’ coach and player Adam Oates, who scored or assisted on his team’s first 7 goals of the 1986-87 season with the Detroit Red Wings.
Connor McDavid is the best hockey player on the planet, and the Oilers would be nowhere without him.
Oilers superstar Connor McDavid exploded for his first career four-goal game against the NHL’s best team, Tuesday night.
McDavid scored once in the first period, once in the second period, and twice in the third period to lead the Oilers over the Lightning 6-2 at Rogers Place. McDavid had five points total for the second time in his three-year NHL career.
Last season, furry hockey fan Nick Cordell made waves at a Blues-Oilers game when he showed up to Scottrade Center with a sign that read @CMcDavid97 I Will Shave Beard For A Puck.
According to Fox Sports’, Cordell hadn’t been clean shaven since 2008, but a warmup puck from the budding hockey legend would make him part with his nearly decade old beard.
Hey, so this is a real thing.
The Toews-ter will burn Toews’ face onto every piece of toast you make.
The first two nights of the NHL regular season have been full of goals. The superstars of the game have stepped up offensively, often in a big way.
Wednesday, Wayne Simmonds and Connor McDavid both notched hat tricks. And while we were watching Alex Ovechkin complete yet another three-goal game Thursday, Brandon Saad did the same. This is the first time in 100 years that four different players have scored hat tricks in their season-opening games.
Edmonton Oilers forward Connor McDavid and San Jose Sharks wookie Brent Burns are the stars of a new viral ad campaign created by CCM.
Split into three segments, the ads have a carnival theme, as the two superstars participate in activities like plate breaking and a water dunk challenge. McDavid, the league’s reigning MVP and Art Ross winner, shows off his deadly shooting accuracy while Burns’ personality steals the show.
In his second year pro, Connor McDavid won the Hart Memorial Trophy, the Ted Lindsay Award, and the Art Ross Trophy. Now he’s a candidate for my made-up award, the RMNB Wedding Hero of the Year.
Saturday, McDavid was a guest at Jordan Eberle’s wedding in Calgary. Sure, the gawky McDavid didn’t rip off his shirt like Alex Ovechkin, but he did jump on stage and help a group of hockey players sing a karaoke version of Darius Rucker’s country classic Wagon Wheel.
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