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Heroes and zeroes of 3-on-3 hockey include Johnny Gaudreau,              21 ноя 2017, 10:14

The two most frightening things I've witnessed in the past few weeks: That scene in "Stranger Things 2" with the monster and the cat (you know the one), and watching Connor McDavid and Leon Draisaitl of the Edmonton Oilers absolutely toy with teams in the 3-on-3 overtime.
In back-to-back games, they won basically on their own: Draisaitl with a brilliant pass to McDavid to beat the New York Islanders, and then 48 hours later it was McDavid to Draisaitl to beat the New Jersey Devils.
Unrestrained by systematic defenses, their skill takes over in the extra session. "That's the type of game that's being played in the NHL these days," said McDavid after the win over the Islanders. "It's good to get a win in the 3-on-3."
McDavid actually seems to skate Luc Robitaille Youth jersey faster in overtime than in the previous 60 minutes of regulation hockey. Against the Devils, he accelerated away from Nico Hischier like he had hit a power-up in Mario Kart. "Yeah, it's hard to catch up to that guy," said Draisaitl of McDavid, in an understatement.
The Oilers' young stars seemed unbeatable in 3-on-3, which the NHL adopted as an overtime format in 2015-16. In truth, they're just getting started: McDavid has skated 42:13 in 3-on-3 since 2015-16, with two goals and three assists. Draisaitl has skated 47:33 and has two goals and four assists.
Those are impressive numbers, but other players around the NHL have posted even more mind-blowing offensive stats when the action drops to 3-on-3 -- while other offensive dynamos have struggled with the blur of motion and end-to-end action that comes with it.
Here are some heroes Womens Walt Aikens Jersey and zeroes of 3-on-3. These numbers are via the invaluable Corsica, whose efforts you can support here. The stats and figures are from 2015-16 through Tuesday night's games. One big caveat: These numbers are for 3-on-3, and not just in overtime. But 3-on-3 in regulation is a fairly rare occurrence, so the majority of these points should be from OT.
Atkinson has four goals and three assists in 34:57 of 3-on-3 play over the past three seasons, all of them primary points -- goals or primary assists. That's a primary-points-per-60-minutes of 12.15 in the 3-on-3, which ranks in the top three for players with at least 30 minutes of 3-on-3 time. Better still: Atkinson has yet to be on the ice for a 3-on-3 goal against in the past three seasons. That's remarkable.
The Flyers, through every fault of their own, have played a ton of 3-on-3 hockey in the past three seasons. Luckily, they have a few players who excel at it, such as Shayne Gostisbehere (six points) and Jakub Voracek, who has four goals and five assists in 68:74 of 3-on-3, with all four goals coming in overtime. But Giroux gets the nod here because of his three goals and five assists in 66:09, and also because he has a Corsi differential of plus-36, http://www.officialauthenticbroncostore.com/Nike-Brandon-Mcmanus-Jersey.html which is second in the NHL during http://www.officiallachargersshop.com/Joe_Barksdale_Jersey_Cheap the past three years only to Jordan Staal's plus-39. (Staal, who has five points in 50:08, just missed the cut here.)
This should surprise no one. When you have opponents arguing over who has to cover the Swedish dynamo in overtime, you know he's dominant. Karlsson has played more minutes of 3-on-3 hockey (84:42) than anyone in the NHL over the past three seasons, producing two goals and five assists -- a 4.98 points-per-60 minutes average that ranks among the best for defensemen.

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