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Gabriel Landeskog
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Gabriel Landeskog  #92

Colorado Avalanche  Left Wing
NUMBER: 92 BIRTHDATE: November 23, 1992  (AGE 21)
HEIGHT: 6' 1" BIRTHPLACE: Stockholm, Sweden
WEIGHT: 210 DRAFTED: COL / 2011 NHL Entry Draft
Shoots: Left ROUND: 1st   (2nd overall)    Prospect Bio
AwardsSeasons
Calder Memorial Trophy 2011-2012

2014 PLAYOFFS
- Ranks second on the Avalanche in playoff goals (3).
- Scored twice in the Game 2 victory over Minnesota on April 19.
- At 21 years, 147 days, was the youngest Avalanche player to score two goals in a postseason game.
- Alex Tanguay was 21 years, 200 days when he scored twice in Game 7 of the 2001 Stanley Cup Final.
- Scored a goal in his Stanley Cup Playoff debut on April 17 vs. Minnesota (Game 1).

2013-14 REGULAR SEASON
- Set career highs and finished second on the Avalanche in points (65), goals (26) and assists (39-tied).
- Led the team with a +21 plus/minus rating, the highest by an Avalanche player since Paul Stastny was +22 in 2007-08.
- Was the first Colorado player to score 25 or more goals with a plus/minus of +20 or better since Alex Tanguay in 2003-04 (25 goals, +30).
- Finished second on the team in hits (176).
- Helped Sweden to the silver medal at the 2014 Olympic Winter Games in Sochi, Russia.

OHL All-Rookie Team (2010) NHL All-Rookie Team (2012) Calder Memorial Trophy (2012) Signed as a free agent by Djurgarden (Sweden-2), October 3, 2012.
Quote of the Day

It's pretty crazy, but believe me when I say we didn't draft these players with the mindset we had to because they had good hockey-playing dads. It just turned out that way. But we're certainly glad they're a part of our organization.

— Arizona Coyotes director of amateur scouting Tim Bernhardt regarding the coincidence that six of the organization's top prospects are sons of former NHL players