The superstars of Edmonton and Toronto are rotting power points at a cheeky pace.
Saturday’s round comet was Connor McDavid of Edmonton, who threw Calgary mercilessly at the local battle in Alberta.
The final numbers were recorded 7–1, McDavid's powers 3 + 2.
It was the second five-power point match of the 24-year-old Canadian season.
McDavid's chain friend Jesse Puljujärvi couldn't get a taste of the points this time.
However, Puljujärvi, who played for less than 12 minutes, is not one of Oilers' superior winners, where McDavid did some of his feats again.
McDavid has once again taken a strong hold on the NHL points exchange.
He has made an infinitely hard power of 12 + 25 = 37 in the 20 matches of the season and leads his second teammate Leon Draisaitl by seven points.
McDavid has time to break this hundred-point stash in a 56-match stump season.
He is now on a 103-point pace.
McDavid's style sample in Sunday morning's match:
But even McDavid isn’t currently on par with Auston Matthews of Toronto in scoring.
Matthews, 23, has scored 18 goals in his 18 matches of the season.
In addition, the pocket has 11 feeds.
On Saturday’s round, the Yankee star whistled with Montreal’s purse power of 2 + 2.
The match ended 5-3.
In his previous match, the mustache also did the same.
Auston Matthews (left) is an incomparable goal gun.
Fellow friend Mitch Marner collects entry points.Photo: Nathan Denette / ZUMA / Mvphotos
Toronto’s number one center in the current NHL is a goal scorer that no one can compare to.
He has now played exactly 300 matches in his NHL career, scoring 176 goals.
So 0.59 goals per match - and the pace just accelerates.
However, Matthews is not currently the best scorer on his team.
It refers to the position of chain mate Mitch Marner.
Of the Finns, the most powerful player of the season so far has been Aleksander Barkov of Florida, who has scored 6 + 12 = 18 in the 16 matches he has played.
In the statistics of the whole series, it is enough for the shared 13th place.
However, in this season of numerous match transfers, point exchanges have to take into account that there are big differences in the number of games played by teams.
Currently, Vancouver (21) has played the most matches and Dallas and New Jersey (12) the least.
Connor McDavid, Edmonton 12 + 25 = 37 (20 Ott.)
Leon Draisaitl, Edmonton 10 + 20 = 30 (20)
Mitch Marner, Toronto 9 + 21 = 30 (19)
Auston Matthews, Toronto 18 + 11 = 29 (18)
Patrick Kane, Chicago 8 + 18 = 26 (19)
Mark Scheifele, Winnipeg 9 + 14 = 23 (17)
Jonathan Huberdeau, Florida 7 + 15 = 22 (16)
Brock Boeser, Vancouver 12 + 9 = 21 (21)
Anze Kopitar, Los Angeles 4 + 17 = 21 (16)
Nicklas Bäckström, Washington 8 + 12 = 20 (16)