Anthony Cirelli was arguably the Lightning's most consistent player in November, registering points in all but four of Tampa Bay's 12 games during the month.
Beginning with the November 16 game against the Jets, Cirelli recorded 10 points in the final eight games of the month. That run included a six-game point streak that matched Cirelli's career-long.
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Cirelli had back-to-back multi-point performances on November 21 and 23. He scored the go-ahead goal and made a diving play to assist on Cedric Paquette's empty net goal in the Lightning's win in Chicago. Two days later against Anaheim, Cirelli's work on the forecheck set up Nikita Kucherov's second period goal and then added a power play goal in the third period.
Cirelli was tied for third on the team with 11 points in November and was tied for second with five goals.