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More about Gabriel Landeskog

Captains are getting younger and younger in today’s NHL. Both Sidney Crosby and Jonathan Toews were named to the prestigious post early in their careers. However, eyebrows were raised when Gabriel Landeskog, with just a single year of NHL hockey under his belt was named captain by the Colorado Avalanche. That they did so speaks volumes about this young man’s character and his leadership.

However, it is just those intangibles that make Gabriel Landeskog so great. He gets it done on the ice as well. In his rookie campaign he was a force, scoring 22 goals and 52 points and hitting everything in sight for good measure. His achievements on the ice earned him not only a spot as a finalist for the Calder Trophy, much as teammate Matt Duchene had been two years previous, but unlike Duchene he managed to come home with the hardware, winning the prestigious award as the league’s best freshman.

Unfortunately his sophomore campaign was derailed by early injury trouble, but he is now back and is already picking up where he left off in his brilliant first season., notching 5 points and 6 penalty minutes in his first 8 games. As his timing and his confidence return look for Landeskog to really ramp it up. There is every reason to believe that in the next five years Landeskog will establish himself as one of the league’s best power forwards, and with the help of Matt Duchene and the recently signed Ryan O’Reilly he can once again return the Avs to contention as a Stanley Cup power.