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Matt Duchene
Matt Duchene
Center  - COL
Number: 9
Height: 5' 11"
Weight: 195
Shoots: Left
Born: Jan 16, 1991  (Age 25)
Birthplace: Haliburton, ON, Canada
Drafted: COL / 2009 NHL Entry Draft
Round: 1st (3rd overall) PROSPECT BIO
- Leads the Avs with a career-high 30 goals, the first Avalanche player to hit the 30-goal mark since 2006-07 (Joe Sakic 36, Milan Hejduk 35). - Also leads the club in points (59), game-winning goals (6-tied), faceoff % (58.4) and takeaways (42). - Represented the Avalanche at the 2016 NHL All-Star Game in Nashville. - Missed six games due to a knee injury, March 18-29. - NHL's Third Star for the month of November. - Led all players with 11 goals during the month, breaking the Avalanche record for goals in November (10) set by Claude Lemieux in 1995. - Was the first Avs player to score 11 goals in a single month since Milan Hejduk had 12 in March of 2003. - His 20 points (11g/9a) in November were a career high for one month and the most by an Avs player in November since Joe Sakic (22) in 2000. - Recorded his 200th assist on Nov. 21 at Washington. - NHL's First Star of the Week for Nov. 9-15

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