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NHL | McDavid reigned supreme in NHL productivity, Pastrňák took 35th place


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Twenty-four-year-old Oilers captain McDavid scored 105 points for 33 goals and 72 assists in 56 games in a season shortened by the coronavirus pandemic. Draisaitl, who defended the Art Ross Trophy, scored 31 goals and assisted in 53. Brad Marchand from Boston was third with 69 points (29 + 40) from 53 matches.

McDavid also dominated NHL productivity in the 2016/17 and 2017/18 seasons. First with 100 points (30 + 70) and then with 108 points (41 + 67), in both cases out of a full 82 matches. In the year 2018/19, his career maximum of 116 points (41 + 75) out of 78 duels was enough for him only in second place behind the Russian Nikita Kučerov from Tampa Bay (128 points). He also finished second last season with 97 points (34 + 63) from 64 matches and lost 13 points to German Draisaitl.

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With three Art Ross Trophy wins, he matched Bobby Hull and Guy Lafleur. Only Wayne Gretzky (ten times), Gordie Howe, Mario Lemieux (both six times), Phil Esposito, Jaromír Jágr (both five times) and Stan Mikita (four times) won it several times.

American striker Auston Matthews of Toronto scored the Maurice Richard Trophy for the NHL top scorer for the first time with 41 goals from 52 games. He surpassed the second McDavid by eight goals.

Auston Matthews z Toronta

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Twenty-three-year-old Matthews scored 47 goals in 70 games last season and finished third behind winners David Pastrňák from Boston and Alexander Ovečkin from Washington, who had 48 goals.

For the second time in the last nine seasons, Maurice Richard is not among the holders of the Ovechkin Trophy. In 2016/17, Canadian Sidney Crosby of Pittsburgh reigned supreme with 44 goals from 75 matches, and Ovechkin was 13th with 33 goals from 82 duels. The 35-year-old Russian gunner shares the same position this year with 24 goals out of 45 duels.

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Pastrňák, who missed the first eight matches of the season after hip surgery, ranks 30th with 20 goals out of 48 matches. Pastrňák was third in productivity last season with 95 points out of 70 matches.

The recorders were ruled by McDavid before Draisaitl. The most productive defender was 48 points for eight goals and 40 assists from 56 games by Tyson Barrie from Edmonton. He surpassed Adam Fox of the New York Rangers by one point.

Connor McDavid and Leon Draisaitl rejoice at the goal

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The newcomers were ruled by 24-year-old Russian striker Kirill Kaprizov from Minnesota with 51 points for 27 goals and 24 passes from 55 duels. Twenty-one-year-old Jason Robertson from Dallas finished six points behind him.

With 30 positive points, the Finnish striker Mikko Rantanen from Colorado had the best balance of participation on the ice in scoring and collected goals. The worst was Swedish defender Rasmus Dahlin from Buffalo with 36 negative points. The most punished player was the Canadian striker Tom Wilson from Washington with 96 minutes.

Mikko Rantanen is happy with the goal

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Twenty-five-year-old Alex Nedeljkovic of Carolina, an NHL newcomer, dominated the goalkeepers with a 93.2 percent success rate and an average of 1.90 goals per match. Seven clear accounts were caught by Russian Semyon Varlamov of the New York Islanders and German Philipp Grubauer of Colorado. The Russian Rusj Vasilevsky from Tampa Bay was the best with 31 wins, the Czech Vítek Vaněček from Washington shared the sixth place with 21 victories and he was the best of the newcomers.

34 Czech hockey players intervened in the season, four made their debut

34 Czech hockey players presented themselves in the basic part of the NHL, which was the same as last season. This was again the least since the 1994/95 season, when 29 Czechs took part in the famous competition.

Four players from the Czech Republic made their NHL debut last year. The first starts in the NHL this season were taken in the basic part by goalkeepers Vítek Vaněček from Washington, Josef Kořenář from San Jose and forwarders Radim Zohorn from Pittsburgh and Jan Jeník from Arizona. They expanded the total number of Czech representatives in the history of the NHL to 243.

Canadian NHL scoring after the basic part:
1. McDavid (Edmonton) 56 105 (33+72)
2. Draisaitl (Edmonton) 56 84 (31+53)
3. Marchand (Boston) 53 69 (29+40)
4. Marner (Toronto) 55 67 (20+47)
5. Matthews (Toronto) 52 66 (41+25)
6. Rantanen (Colorado) 52 66 (30+36)
7. P. Kane (Chicago) 56 66 (15+51)
8. MacKinnon (Colorado) 48 65 (20+45)
9. Scheifele (Winnipeg) 56 63 (21+42)
10. Crosby (Pittsburgh) 55 62 (24+38)
11. Mark Stone (Vegas) 55 61 (21+40)
12. Huberdeau (Florida) 55 61 (20+41)
13. Barkov (Florida) 50 58 (26+32)
14. Perron (St. Louis) 56 58 (19+39)
15. Panarin (NY Rangers) 42 58 (17+41)
16. Clearing (Carolina) 56 57 (24+33)
17. Guentzel (Pittsburgh) 56 57 (23+34)
18. DeBrincat (Chicago) 52 56 (32+24)
19. R. O’Reilly (St. Louis) 56 54 (24+30)
20. Bäckström (Washington) 55 53 (15+38)
21. Landeskog (Colorado) 54 52 (20+32)
22. Kaprizov (Minnesota) 55 51 (27+24)
23. Pavelski (Dallas) 56 51 (25+26)
24. Pacioretty (Vegas) 48 51 (24+27)
25. Connor (Winnipeg) 56 50 (26+24)
26. Zibanejad (NY Rangers) 56 50 (24+26)
27. Tavares (Toronto) 56 50 (19+31)
28. Kopitar (The Angels) 56 50 (13+37)
29. Boeser (Vancouver) 56 49 (23+26)
30. E. Kane (San Jose) 56 49 (22+27)
31. J. Gaudreau (Calgary) 56 49 (19+30)
32. R. Steep (NY Rangers) 56 49 (14+35)
33. Bergeron (Boston) 54 48 (23+25)
34. Point (Tampa Bay) 56 48 (23+25)
35. Parsnip (Boston) 48 48 (20+28)
36. Bučnovič (NY Rangers) 54 48 (20+28)
37. Barrie (Edmonton) 56 48 (8+40)
38. E. Lindholm (Calgary) 56 47 (19+28)
39. A. Fox (NY Rangers) 55 47 (5+42)
40. Ehlers (Winnipeg) 47 46 (21+25)
41. Wheeler (Winnipeg) 50 46 (15+31)
42. J.T. Miller (Vancouver) 53 46 (15+31)
43. Palát (Tampa Bay) b 46 (15+31)
44. Robertson (Dallas) 51 45 (17+28)
45. Barzal (NY Islanders) 55 45 (17+28)
46. Hedman (Tampa Bay) 54 45 (9+36)
47. Letang (Pittsburgh) 55 45 (7+38)
48. Toffoli (Montreal) 52 44 (28+16)
49. Burakovsky (Colorado) 53 44 (19+25)
50. Marchessault (Vegas) 55 44 (18+26)
…54. Tailor (Boston) 51 44 (8+36)
57. Hertl (San Jose) 50 43 (19+24)
63. Voracek (Philadelphia) 53 43 (9+34)
74. Necas (Carolina) 53 41 (14+27)
83. D. Kubalík (Chicago) 56 38 (17+21)
85. Crow (Detroit) 50 36 (19+17)
95. Zacha (New Jersey) 50 35 (17+18)
189. Hronek (Detroit) 56 26 (2+24)
Other Czech hockey players:
He caught (NY Rangers) 42 22 (8+14)
Zadina (Detroit) 49 19 (6+13)
The nose (Vegas) 38 18 (8+10)
Fax (Dallas) 55 14 (6+8)
Kämpf (Chicago) 56 12 (1+11)
Gudas (Florida) 54 11 (2+9)
J. Zbořil (Boston) 42 9 (0+9)
Rutta (Tampa Bay) 35 8 (0+8)
Šimek (San Jose) 40 6 (2+4)
R. Zohorna (Pittsburgh) 8 4 (2+2)
Hajek (NY Rangers) 44 4 (2+2)
Jack (Arizona) 2 2 (2+0)
Ms (The Angels) 1 0 (0+0)
Guy (Ottawa) 1 0 (0+0)
D. Porridge (Philadelphia) 1 0 (0+0)
O. Porridge (Boston) 3 0 (0+0)
M. Kaut (Colorado) 5 0 (0+0)
Ruler (Boston) 5 0 (0+0)
Frolík (Montreal) 8 0 (0+0)
Spice maker (San Jose) 10 0 (0+0)
Simon (Calgary) 11 0 (0+0)
Frost (Carolina) 12 0 (0+0)
Rittich (Toronto) 19 0 (0+0)
Vaněček (Washington) 37 0 (0+0)
Goalkeepers:
Vítek Vaněček (Washington) caught in 37 matches 2115: 29 minutes, collected 95 goals, has an average of 2.69 goals per match, the success rate of interventions of 90.8 percent and twice kept a clean sheet.
David Rittich (Toronto) caught in 19 matches 965: 46 minutes, collected 46 goals, has an average of 2.86, a success rate of 90.1 and once kept a clean sheet.
Petr Mrázek (Carolina) caught in 670 matches 670: 59 minutes, collected 23 goals, has an average of 2.06, a success rate of 92.3 and kept a clean three times.
Josef Korenar (San Jose) caught in 10 matches 491: 50 minutes, collected 26 goals, has an average of 3.17 and a success rate of 89.9.
Daniel Vladař (Boston) caught in five matches 300: 04 minutes, collected 17 goals, has an average of 3.40 and a success rate of 88.6.
Czech hockey players in the 2020/21 season
Fax, Frk, Frolík, Hájek, Hertl, Hronek, Gudas, Chlapík, Chytil, Jeník, Kämpf, D. Kaše, O. Kaše, M. Kaut, Kořenář, Krejčí, D. Kubalík, Mrázek, Nečas, Nosek, Palát, Pastrnak, Rittich, Rutta, Simon, Simek, Vanecek, Voracek, Vladar, J. Vrana, Zadina, Zacha, J. Zboril, R. Zohorn

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