Jesper PrattNew Jersey Devils
The 23-year-old left winger has set his NHL highs in goals (26), assists (47) and points (73) in 76 games this season. He also led the Devils with 18 strength games points and an average ice time of 17:26 per game. He was selected by New Jersey in the sixth round (#162) of the 2016 NHL Draft, and has 203 points (70 goals, 133 assists) in 307 games.
Pierre Luc DuboisWinnipeg Jets
In his first full season in Winnipeg, Dubois scored 28 goals in the National Hockey League and scored 60 points, one shy of his career highs with the Columbus Blues jackets in 2018-19. The 24-year-old left winger also captained the Jets with 15 power game goals and 106 minutes of penalty kicks while averaging an ice time of 18:55 per game. Selected by the Blue Jackets with the No. 3 selection in the 2016 draft, Dubois had 239 points (102 goals, 137 assists) in 361 regular season games, and 22 points (eight goals, 14 assists) in 33 playoffs.
kabu kakuNew York Rangers
The 21-year-old right winger has scored 18 points (seven goals and 11 assists) in 43 regular season games for Rangers this season and five points (two goals and three assists) in 19 playoffs. Kakko has yet to live up to lofty expectations as the second-choice in the 2019 NHL Draft Championship, earning 58 points (26 goals, 32 assists) in 157 games.
Adrian KempeLos Angeles Kings
Quimbe has had an outstanding season with the Kings, leading them with 35 goals, more than double his previous career high (16 goals in 2017-18). The 25-year-old also scored 54 points in 78 matches and played in all positions. Quimbe had 16 strengths, three short cuts and seven winning goals in 18:35 of ice time per game, including 2:57 in hard play and 1:28 downed goals. Selected by Los Angeles in the first round (No. 29) in the 2014 NHL Draft, Kempe has 186 points (90 goals, 96 assists) in 390 regular season games, and six points (two goals, four assists) in 11 playoffs. Toys.
Patrick LinColumbus blue jackets
After collecting just 24 points (12 goals, 12 assists) in 46 games for the Jets and Blue Jackets last season, Lynn has bounced back with 56 points (26 goals, 30 assists) in 56 games for Columbus this season. It was the fifth time in his six seasons in the National Hockey League that the 24-year-old left winger scored at least 26 goals. Selected by Winnipeg with the No. 2 selection in the 2016 draft, Laine had 327 points (176 goals, 151 assists) in 407 regular season games, and 16 points (eight goals, eight assists) in 24 playoffs.
Arturi LaconinColorado avalanche
Lehkonen likely made himself a huge profit with his avalanche performance in the playoffs, when he had 14 points (eight goals, six assists) in 20 games, including scoring the cup-winning goal against the Tampa Bay Lightning in Game 6 from final. He also scored the overtime winner in Game 4 of the Western Conference Final to complete the Edmonton Oilers sweep. The 26-year-old left winger has scored 38 points (19 goals, 19 assists) in 74 games for the Avalanche and Montreal Canadiens this season, and has 158 points (80 goals, 78 assists) in 412 regular season games since choosing Montreal. him in the second round (#55) of the 2013 NHL Draft.
Andrew MangyapanCalgary Flames
The 26-year-old left winger has scored 35 goals in 82 games this season, which is equal to his production of 124 games over the previous two seasons. Mangiapane also set career highs in assists (20), points (55), a plus-minus rating (plus-20), Power-play goals (eight) and game-winning goals (eight) while his average ice time was 15: 44 per game. Chosen by Calgary in the sixth round (#166) of the 2015 draft, Manjiabani had 132 points (78 goals, 54 assists) in 260 regular season games, and 12 points (six goals, six assists) in 27 playoffs.
Josh NorrisOttawa Senators
The 23-year-old topped the Senators with 35 goals and finished third with 55 points in 66 games this season and his second in the National Hockey League. Norris also led Ottawa in Power-play goals (16), match-winning goals (eight) and was second in Power-play points (23) while averaging an ice time of 18:35 per game. Named by the San Jose Sharks with the 19th selection in the 2017 NHL Draft, Norris has 90 points (52 goals, 38 assists) in 125 regular season games for Ottawa.
Victor OlofssonBuffalo Saber!
The 26-year-old left winger has scored 49 points (20 goals and 29 assists) in 72 appearances for the Cypresses this season. Olofson scored 15:23 of ice time in every game, including 2:14 in the power game, when he scored seven of his 20 goals. Selected by Buffalo in the seventh round (#181) of the 2014 draft, Olofsson has 127 points (55 goals, 72 assists) in 188 regular season games.
Jason RobertsonDallas Stars
Robertson continued his impressive rookie season, when he had 45 points in 51 games, with 79 points (41 goals, 38 assists) in 74 games. The 22-year-old left winger led the stars in number of goals and power play goals (13), was second in points and ice time in each match between the strikers (18:07), and was third in assists. He also tied at the top of the league with 11 goals in the match. Chosen by Dallas in the second round (No. 39) of the 2017 draft, Robertson had 125 points (58 goals, 67 assists) in 128 regular season games.
Dylan StromChicago Blackhawks
The 25-year-old has scored 48 points, including 22 goals, in 69 appearances for the Blackhawks this season. Strom also had 16 strengths while averaging a snowboard time of 17:26 per game. Named by the Arizona Coyotes with the No. 3 selection in the 2015 draft, Strom has 170 points (67 goals, 103 assists) in 273 regular season games with Arizona and Chicago.
Matthew TkachukCalgary Flames
The 24-year-old left winger finished eighth in the National Hockey League with (104), tied for ninth on goals (42), and tied for 11th in assists (62) in 82 games this season. His +57 rating was 3rd in the NHL, behind his teammates Johnny Goudreu (plus 64) and Elias Lindholm (Plus 61). Named by Calgary with the No. 6 selection in the 2016 draft, Tkachuk has 382 points (152 goals, 230 assists) in 431 regular season games, and 15 points (seven goals, eight assists) in 27 playoffs.
Pavel ZachaNew Jersey Devils
The 25-year-old has scored a career-high in the National Hockey League 36 points (15 goals, 21 assists) in 70 games for the Devils this season. The ice time also averaged 16:51 per game, including 2:11 in the power game. Selected by New Jersey with the number 6 pick in the 2015 draft, Zakka has 179 points (69 goals, 110 assists) in 386 regular season games.
Tony D’AngeloCarolina Hurricanes
The 26-year-old bounced back in the Hurricanes season after the New York Rangers bought his contract, and has earned 51 points (10 goals, 41 assists) in 64 games. He also earned a strong NHL 20 playing points and 30 points while averaging 19:49 of ice time. Chosen by the Tampa Bay Lightning with the 19th pick in the 2014 draft, DeAngelo has 157 points (34 goals, 123 assists) in 270 regular season games with the Arizona Coyotes, Rangers, and Hurricanes, and 11 points (1 goal, 10 assists). decisive) in 17 playoffs.
Noah DobsonNew York Islanders
In his third season in the National Hockey League, Dobson emerged as an offensive threat with 51 points (13 goals, 38 assists) in 80 games. He also led the Islanders in ice time per game (21:28) and Power-play points (22), and was 13th in the NHL with 154 blocked shots. Named by New York with the 12th selection in the 2018 NHL Draft, Dobson has 72 points (17 goals, 55 assists) in 160 regular season games, and seven assists in 20 playoffs.
Alexander GeorgievNew York Rangers
Georgiev has been 15-10-2 with 2.92 goals-to-average, 898 saves and two nets in 33 games (28 starts) for Rangers this season as a backup. Igor Shesterkin. Signed by New York as a free agent on July 19, 2017, the 26-year-old is 58-48-11 with 2.94 GAA, .908 savings and eight finishes in 129 games (117 starts).
Jake OettingerDallas Stars
The 23-year-old took the starting role for Dallas this season and went 30-15-1 with 2.53 GAA, 0.914 savings and one closing in 48 games (46 starts). Despite the All-Stars being eliminated by the Calgary Flames in seven games in the first round of the Western Conference, Oettinger stood out, with a 1.81 GAA and 0.954 saves. Oettinger was picked by Dallas with the 26th pick in the 2017 draft, a 41-23-8 with a 2.46 GAA, .913 savings and two closeouts in 77 games (70 starts).
Ilya SamsonovWashington Capitals
The 25-year-old was a 23-12-5-year-old with 3.02 GAA, .896 savings and three stops in 44 games (39 starts) for the capitals this season. Chosen by Washington with a No. 22 pick in the 2015 Draft, Samsonov is 52-22-8 with a 2.81 GAA and .902 savings and six closeouts in 89 regular season games (79 starts) and 1-6 with a 2.98 GAA and .907 savings Percentage in eight playoffs (seven starts).
Vitik VanishekWashington Capitals
The 26-year-old has split with Samsonov this season, going 20-12-6 with a 2.67 GAA, .908 savings and four lockups in 42 games (39 starts). Vanecek was selected by Washington in the second round (No. 39) of the 2014 draft, a 41-22-10 with a 2.68 GAA, .908 savings percentage and six lockups in 79 games (75 starts).