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Leon Draisaitl’s insane season continues with four-goal game against Nashville

first_imgFOUR. GOAL. NIGHT. Leon Draisaitl is on another level 😱 pic.twitter.com/AYNvJnEUur— Sporting News Canada (@sportingnewsca) March 3, 2020It continues what has been an incredible season for Draisaitl, who leads the NHL in points with 107 after Monday night. His next closest challenger is teammate Connor McDavid, who had five points of his own on Monday (four assists and a goal) to jump up to 94. Draisaitl has now surpassed the 105 point mark he set last season, and he’s well on his way to his first Art Ross Trophy. The German has also managed to force his way into the Rocket Richard Trophy race, with his 43 goals on the season now just four behind Boston’s David Pastrnak in first place. It’s a race that looks like it’ll go down to the wire, with Draisaitl, Pastrnak, Washington’s Alex Ovechkin and Toronto’s Auston Matthews all in contention.  MORE: Matthews keeps pace in Rocket Richard Trophy raceThe performances of Draisaitl and McDavid have helped the Oilers keep pace with the Vegas Golden Knights in first place in the Pacific Division, with Edmonton now just two points behind. According to The Athletic, they have an 88 percent chance to make the playoffs.With their two superstars capable of winning any game, the Oilers have turned into a team that no one is going to want to face in the postseason. Nashville fans are probably pretty sick of Leon Draisaitl by now.The Oilers star had another night to remember against the Predators on Monday with a ridiculous stat line of four goals and an assist in an 8-3 win. It was Draisaitl’s fifth consecutive game against Nashville with at least two goals. That is not a typo.last_img read more


AFL PNG plans clinics for 90 schools in Moresby

first_imgThe clinic program is done annually nationwide and includes elementary right through to secondary schools and private schools as well.Part of the clinics is to have a very unique pathway that identifies talent and seek to provide opportunities to enhance and nurture this talent.The clinic teaches and introduce children age 5-17 years old the skills, drills, and fun games relating to the concept of AFL.Development officer Ian Karme said part of the clinic program is to focus on delivering lifestyle messages and advocating on healthy and responsible behaviour.“We believe in the ability we have to influence and educate our participants about the value of community and social responsibility and making informed decision in their lives,” he said. The program commenced at Ela Murray International School this week and will run for two weeks there with 47 kids participating so far.The development officers will also visit Bavaroko Primary School this Friday to run a one-day clinic.last_img read more