|Date of Birth||11/23/1992|
|Height, Weight||6'1", 215 lbs|
|Drafted||2011 - Rd 1 (2nd Overall) by COL|
Landeskog scored his 10th goal in Thursday's 5-2 loss to Tampa Bay.
Landeskog was back in the lineup after serving a four-game suspension for cross-checking Calgary's Matthew Tkachuk in the head on Nov. 25.
Landeskog (suspension) has served his four-game suspension for crosschecking Flames forward Matthew Tkachuk on Nov. 25.
The Avs claimed only one win with the captain out of action, and now Colorado is down in the cellar of the Western Conference standings after a hot start to the season. It's far too easy to forget about talented players on struggling teams, but we definitely advise taking note of Landeskog's return. He's fashioned nine goals, eight assists and a plus-9 rating through 22 games, plus he's logging a career-high 4:05 of ice time on the man advantage.
Landeskog has been suspended four games for cross-checking the Flames' Matthew Tkachuk on Saturday.
With nine goals and eight assists, Landeskog is on pace for a career high in goals. He has a plus-9 rating after registering a minus-25 last season - tied for seventh-worst among forwards. Landeskog will return Dec. 7 in Tampa.
Landeskog has been suspended four games by the NHL for cross-checking Calgary Flames forward Matthew Tkachuk, the league announced Monday.
Landeskog lowered the boom on Tkachuk with 4:42 remaining in the first period of Saturday's 3-2 loss to the Flames. The 25-year-old Swedish forward was assessed a minor penalty on the play.
Landeskog has been suspended four games for a crosscheck against the Flames on Saturday, James Mirtle of The Athletic reports.
Well, this is going to shake things up for the Avalanche. Landeskog was having his best season this year. He had nine goals and eight assists through 22 games, and he was averaging a career high in ice time (20:25) and power-play time (4:05). Gabriel Bourque or Tyson Jost could draw into the lineup while the Swede is being disciplined.