|Date of Birth||1/13/1997|
|Height, Weight||6'1", 193 lbs|
|From||Richmond Hill, ON|
|Drafted||2015 - Rd 1|
McDavid scored on his lone shot and added four assists and a plus-3 rating in a 6-3 win over Philadelphia on Wednesday.
That makes it 17 points in the first seven games of the season for McDavid. The 22-year-old used his all-world speed to tally his fifth goal of the season in the second period, and set up two goals by linemate Leon Draisaitl and one each by Ryan Nugent-Hopkins and Brandon Manning. It's hard to believe, but McDavid appears to have taken his game to another level despite having spent most of the offseason rehabbing a knee injury after a career-best 116-point season in 2018-19. He already has five multi-point performances in his first seven games in 2019-20.
McDavid scored the game-winning goal on the power play and added an even-strength assist in Saturday's 4-1 win over the Rangers.
The 22-year-old superstar also added three shots, a hit, two PIM and a plus-2 rating to his ledger. McDavid has been on fire to begin the season, scoring four goals and 12 points to lead the Oilers to a fantastic 5-0-0 start.
McDavid scored a goal and an assist -- both on the power play -- in Thursday's 4-3 shootout win over the Devils.
McDavid assisted on James Neal's seventh goal in the last three games in the second period, then lit the lamp himself with Edmonton's net empty and 1:06 to play. To nobody's surprise, McDavid's among the early favorites to take home the Hart Trophy with 10 points through four games, all of which the Oilers have won.
McDavid notched three assists, two of them on the power play, in Tuesday's 5-2 win over the Islanders.
James Neal's four-goal night got a big boost from McDavid, who was in on two of them. The 22-year-old superstar already has two goals and eight points through the first three games of the season as he looks to rack up his fourth straight campaign with 100 or more points.
McDavid scored a goal and three assists and had three shots with two PIM in Saturday's 6-5 win over the Kings.
That's five points in two games now for the ridiculous McDavid, who was said to still be working himself back into game shape following his offseason rehab from a knee injury. He scored less than a minute into Saturday's game and then set up three of Edmonton's remaining five goals. A healthy McDavid is a lock for another 40-goal, 100-point season, at minimum.