Every hockey fan knows that Connor McDavid is currently the best and the most scoring player in the NHL.
He is the all-time great.
Currently he is playing for the Edmonton Oilers and has won the scoring title 4 times. In the last season he gained 44 goals with 79 assists making the score 123 points.
Coming to his many achievements, he has won the Hart Trophy twice and Ted Lindsay Award thrice.
In the season opener match, he made a hat trick against the Vancouver Canucks on October 12. In 489 NHL games he has made 243 goals and 459 assists scoring 702 points.
No player comes close to his game scoring points, only Patrick Kane is the next closest with 624 points.
Answering the question, can he score 50 goals this season? Let’s see his stats. He is averaging 34 goals per season and made his highest of 44 goals in the last season.
He has to put in some extra effort to reach the plateau of 50 goals. He needs to average 0.575 goals per game in the next 80 games to get to the mark of 50 goals.
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