By the end of Monday evening, chances are, Claude Giroux will no longer be leading the NHL scoring race along with Phil Kessel. As of now, both have 32 points. That's because Toronto is playing the Rangers, giving Kessel a chance to overtake him, not to mention that Kessel's teammate, Joffrey Lupul, has 30 points and can tie or pass Giroux, as well. The scoring race figures to jockey back and forth the entire season with a cast 10 or more players vying for the Art Ross Trophy.
Giroux not distracted by NHL scoring race
CSN Philly | Dec 6