2019 and 2020 NHL Scoring Leaders

Here are the 2019-2020 NHL Scoring Leaders These are the top 100 point scorers from the regular season

2019 NHL Scoring Leaders

The 2019 NHL Scoring Leaders are led by Leon Draisaitl of the Edmonton Oilers Draisaitl scored 50 goals and 105 points in 82 games during the 2019 NHL season He is followed by Nikita Kucherov of the Tampa Bay Lightning who scored 41 goals and 87 points in 82 games. The next three scoring leaders are Patrick Kane of the Chicago Blackhawks Artemi Panarin of the Columbus Blue Jackets and Brad Marchand of the Boston Bruins

2020 NHL Scoring Leaders

The 2020 NHL season is in Full Swing and the race for the Art Ross Trophy is well underway. Through the first few months of play, a few players have separated themselves from the pack and put themselves in position to take home the league’s Scoring Title

Heading into the final stretch of the season, here are a few of the leading contenders for the 2020 Art Ross Trophy:

1. Leon Draisaitl (EDM): 110 points
2. Connor McDavid (EDM): 106 points
3. David Pastrnak (BOS): 102 points
4. Auston Matthews (TOR): 97 points
5. Brad Marchand (BOS): 89 points

2019-2020 NHL Scoring Leaders

The 2019-2020 NHL scoring leaders are led by Leon Draisaitl of the Edmonton Oilers who has amassed 110 points so far this season. trailing closely behind him is Pittsburgh Penguins’ captain Sidney Crosby with 102 points, and Toronto Maple Leafs forward Auston Matthews with 94 points.

2019 NHL Scoring Leaders: By Team

The 2019 National Hockey League All-Star game was held in San Jose California, on January 26, 2019. It was the first time that San Jose hosted the NHL All-Star Game and the third time that California hosted the event (following Los Angeles in 1981 and Anaheim in 2017). The game was televised nationally in the United States on NBC and in Canada on CBC, Sportsnet, and TVA Sports.

Eastern Conference
Boston Bruins David Pastrnak (39), Brad Marchand (36), Patrice Bergeron (27)
Buffalo Sabres Jeff Skinner (39), Jack Eichel (28), Sam Reinhart (22)
Carolina Hurricanes Sebastian Aho (30), Teuvo Teravainen (26), Andrei Svechnikov (20)
Columbus Blue Jackets Artemi Panarin (28), Pierre-Luc Dubois (23), Seth Jones (23)
New Jersey Devils Taylor Hall(45), Kyle Palmieri(27), Nico Hischier(20)
New York Islanders Anders Lee(28), Brock Nelson(24), Josh Bailey(21)

2020 NHL Scoring Leaders: By Team

NHL scoring leaders for the 2019-2020 Season

Boston Bruins: David Pastrnak, 34 goals
Buffalo Sabres Jack Eichel, 36 goals
Calgary Flames Elias Lindholm, 30 goals
Carolina Hurricanes Sebastian Aho, 38 goals
Chicago Blackhawks Patrick Kane 33 goals
Colorado Avalanche Nathan MacKinnon, 35 goals
Columbus Blue Jackets Pierre-Luc Dubois, 31 goals
Dallas Stars Tyler Seguin, 40 goals
Detroit Red Wings Dylan Larkin, 23 goals
Edmonton Oilers Leon Draisaitl, 43 goals
Florida Panthers Jonathan Huberdeau, 29 goals
Los Angeles Kings Anze Kopitar, 34 goals
Minnesota Wild Kevin Fiala, 30 goals

Montreal Canadiens Brendan Gallagher, 33 goals

Nashville Predators Filip Forsberg, 28 goals

New Jersey Devils Kyle Palmieri, 27 goals

New York Islanders : Brock Nelson , 26 goals

New York Rangers : Artemi Panarin , 32 goals

Ottawa Senators:: Brady Tkachuk , 22 goals

Philadelphia Flyers:: Travis Konecny , 24 goals

Pittsburgh Penguins : Jake Guentzel , 40 goals

San Jose Sharks : Tomas Hertl , 31 points

St. Louis Blues : David Perron , 34 points Tampa Bay Lightning : Nikita Kucherov , 40 points Toronto Maple Leafs : Auston Matthews , 47 points Vancouver Canucks : Bo Horvat , 34 points Vegas Golden Knights : Max Pacioretty , 32 points Washington Capitals : Alexander Ovechkin , 48 points

2019-2020 NHL Scoring Leaders: By Team

The following are the 2019-2020 NHL scoring leaders, sorted by team:

Boston Bruins: David Pastrnak (48), Brad Marchand (46), Patrice Bergeron (45)

Buffalo Sabres: Jack Eichel (36), Sam Reinhart (35), Jeff Skinner (33)

Calgary Flames: Johnny Gaudreau (36), Elias Lindholm (34), Sean Monahan (32)

Carolina Hurricanes: Sebastian Aho (38), Teuvo Teravainen (32), Andrei Svechnikov (30)

Chicago Blackhawks: Patrick Kane (44), Alex DeBrincat (41), Jonathan Toews (35)

Colorado Avalanche: Mikko Rantanen (66), Nathan MacKinnon 68, Gabriel Landeskog 62)

Columbus Blue Jackets Pierre-Luc Dubois 61, Gustav Nyquist 50, Zach Werenski 47)

Dallas Stars: Tyler Seguin 78, Jamie Benn 75, Alexander Radulov 71)

Detroit Red Wings : Dylan Larkin 63, Anthony Mantha 59, Tyler Bertuzzi 56)

Edmonton Oilers:: Leon Draisaitl 110, Connor McDavid 108, Ryan Nugent-Hopkins 75)

Florida Panthers:: Jonathan Huberdeau 92, Barkov 68 Aleksander 66)

Los Angeles Kings : Anze Kopitar 81, Dustin Brown 5250 Jeff Carter 69)

Minnesota Wild:: Kirill Kaprizov 60 Marcus Foligno 4745 Ryan Hartman 45 Mats Zuccarello 42 Joel Eriksson Ek 41 Eric Staal 40 Jordan Greenway 38 Kevin Fiala 37 Zach Parise 37 Ryan Suter 35 Mikael Granlund 32 Nick Bjugstad 30 Victor Rask 27Jason Zucker 25 Luke Kunin 25 Filip Zadina 22 Brock Boeser 20 Evgenii Dadonov 18Zack Kassian 16J.T. Miller 15 Tanner Pearson 12 Bo Horvat 9 Tyler Toffoli 8 Troy Stecher 5 Erik Haula 3 bIlay Kovalchuk 2 Brayden Point 1 Carey Price 1 Brock Nelson 1 Andrei Svechnikov 1 Nazem Kadri 1 Jake Virtanen 1 Anthony Beauvillier 1 Anders Lee 1 Brock Boeser 1 Carter Verhaeghe 1 Jean-Gabriel Pageau

2019 NHL Scoring Leaders: By Position

The following is a list of the 2019 NHL Scoring Leaders, sorted by position. Forwards are listed first, followed by defensemen and goalies.

2019 NHL Scoring Leaders:

Forwards:
1. Alex Ovechkin (WSH) – 87 points
2. Patrick Kane (CHI) – 84 points
3. Nathan MacKinnon (COL) – 82 points
4. Leon Draisaitl (EDM) – 80 points
5. Sebastian Aho (CAR) – 79 points
6. Artemi Panarin (NYR) – 77 points
7. Brayden Point (TBL) – 77 points
8. David Pastrnak (BOS) – 74 points
9. Auston Matthews (TOR) – 73 points
10. John Tavares (TOR) – 72 points
11. Mark Scheifele (WPG) – 70 points

Defensemen:

1. Brent Burns (SJ) – 83 points

2. Erik Karlsson (SJ) – 75 points

3. Victor Hedman (TBL)- 74 points

4erkus Ristolainen Buffalo Sabres – 71 Points

5Morgan Reilly Toronto Maple Leafs – 69 Points

6Blake Wheeler Winnipeg Jets – 68 Points

7John Carlson Washington Capitals – 67 Points

8Roman Josi Nashville Predators – 65 Points

9Mikko Rantanen Colorado Avalanche – 63 Points

10 Dustin Byfuglien Winnipeg Jets 62 Points

2020 NHL Scoring Leaders: By Position

The 2020 NHL season is still ongoing, but there have been some clear leaders in the scoring department so far. Here is a look at the top 10 scorers by position as of March 2020:

Forwards:
1. David Pastrnak, Boston Bruins – 84 points
2. Leon Draisaitl, Edmonton Oilers – 80 points
3. Patrick Kane, Chicago Blackhawks – 79 points
4. Brayden Point, Tampa Bay Lightning – 78 points
5. Auston Matthews, Toronto Maple Leafs – 77 points
6. Artemi Panarin, New York Rangers – 76 points
7. captain Connor McDavid, Edmonton Oilers – 75 points
8. Jack Eichel, Buffalo Sabres – 74 points
9. Elias Pettersson, Vancouver Canucks – 73 points
10. Sebastian Aho, Carolina Hurricanes – 72 points

Defensemen:
1. John Carlson, Washington Capitals – 75 points
2. Dougie Hamilton, Carolina Hurricanes – 71 points 3. Roman Josi, Nashville Predators – 70 points
4. Tyson Barrie, Toronto Maple Leafs – 67 points 5. Kris Letang, Pittsburgh Penguins – 66 points 6. Brent Burns, San Jose Sharks – 65 points 7 Alex Pietrangelo, St Louis Blues 63 Points 8 Cale Makar Colorado Avalanche 62 Points 9 Erik Karlsson San Jose Sharks 62 Points 10 Victor Hendrickson Florida Panthers 61 Points

2019-2020 NHL Scoring Leaders: By Position

The 2019-2020 NHL scoring leaders are:

1. Forwards: David Pastrnak, Brad Marchand, and Leon Draisaitl
2. Defensemen: John Carlson and Brent Burns
3. Goaltenders: Tuukka Rask and Connor Hellebuyck

2019-2020 NHL Scoring Leaders: Overall

The National Hockey League (NHL) is a professional Ice Hockey league composed of 30 member clubs: 23 in the United States and 7 in Canada. The 2019–20 NHL season was the 103rd season of operation (102nd season of play) of the National Hockey League The regular season began on October 2, 2019, and ended on April 4, 2020. The 2020 Stanley Cup playoffs began on August 1, 2020, and were originally scheduled to end no later than September 28, 2020.

As of the start of the 2020 Stanley Cup playoffs on August 1st, here are the NHL’s leading scorers from the 2019-2020 Regular Season

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