For the third straight season, Winnipeg Jets forward Mark Scheifele was a point-per-game player. But in 2018-19, he played in all 82 games for just the second time in his career and also hit a new career-high for points with 84.
This past season was also the second time Scheifele has hit the 30-goal mark, earning a new career-high of 38.
The 26-year-old scored twice and had five points in six games during the Stanley Cup Playoffs. Overall, the team didn't get where they wanted to in the postseason, falling in six games to the St. Louis Blues.
Scheifele believes there are lessons to be learned from 2018-19.
"You see the teams that have won over the years, they don't play a very crazy game. They play a simple game," said Scheifele at his final year-end availability. "When you watch Pittsburgh, when they were winning over and over, they played a simple game. Their forwards took over and they were willing to win games 1-0 or 2-1, whatever it took."
Here are more numbers that stood out from Scheifele's sixth full NHL season:
38 - Scheifele set a new career-high for goals this season.
12 - Scheifele set a new career-high for power play goals.
21:52 - Scheifele's average ice time was the highest of his NHL career.
6 - Scheifele led the Jets with six game-winning goals.
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23 - Scheifele led the Jets in multi-point games (the most of his career).
1 - He was named an NHL All-Star for the first time in his career.
300 - Scheifele reached 300 career points on Nov. 1.
400 - Scheifele played his 400th NHL game on Dec. 18.
200 - Scheifele reached 200 career assists on Dec. 20.