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Sidney Crosby | #87

Crosby won both the Art Ross Trophy and Hart Trophy in 2006-07, and again in 2013-14. He is a three-time winner of the Ted Lindsay Award, given to the outstanding player as voted on by members of the NHL Players Association, and shared the Rocket Richard Trophy with Steven Stamkos of the Tampa Bay Lightning in 2009-10 when he scored a career-high 51 goals. Crosby has helped the Penguins to become one of the NHL's most successful franchises on and off the ice, and has been one of the League's most visible players for more than a decade.  More

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Alex Ovechkin | #8

Ovechkin was the first player taken in the 2004 NHL Draft and made an immediate impact in his first season by scoring 52 goals and scoring 106 points in 2005-06, earning him the Calder Trophy as the NHL's top rookie. His 65 goals in 2007-08 are the most by any player in the 21st century, and he reached the 50-goal mark for the sixth time, the most among active players, when he scored 53 times in 2014-15. He plays and scores with a joy few players in NHL history have matched.  More

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Carey Price | #31

Price led the Canadiens to the Eastern Conference Final in 2014, but his success that season went beyond the NHL. He was almost flawless during the 2014 Sochi Olympics, when he shut out the United States in the semifinals and Sweden in the final to lead Canada to the gold medal. He was named the tournament's outstanding goaltender by the IIHF.  More

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Patrick Kane | #88

Kane has saved his best work for the Stanley Cup Playoffs. His overtime goal in Game 6 of the 2010 Final gave the Blackhawks their first Stanley Cup championship in 49 years. He won the Conn Smythe Trophy as playoff MVP during Chicago's run to the Cup in 2013, and shared the scoring lead in 2015 to help Chicago win its third championship in six seasons. He's on a career path that figures to put him in the mix when the conversation turns to the best U.S.-born players of all time.  More

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Connor McDavid | #97

The Oilers won the 2015 Draft Lottery and made him the first player chosen, and he wasted little time showing he belonged in the NHL as an 18-year-old. McDavid scored his first goal in his third game, against the Dallas Stars on Oct, 13, 2015, and had his first multigoal game against the Calgary Flames four nights later. He's being counted on as the centerpiece of the Oilers' revival.  More

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Henrik Lundqvist | #30

All Lundqvist has done since then is continue to win. He surpassed Mike Richter's franchise record for wins during the 2013-14 season, when he led the Rangers to the Stanley Cup Final for the first time in 20 years. Lundqvist holds the franchise records for appearances, wins and shutouts, and he won the Vezina Trophy as the NHL's top goaltender in 2011-12. Along the way, Lundqvist has become a New York sports icon and one of the greatest players in franchise history.  More

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P.K. Subban | #76

Few players can match the style, flair and skill of Subban, a Toronto native who has become the latest in a line of great Montreal Canadiens defensemen. He broke into the NHL with a splash, scoring 14 goals as a rookie in 2010-11 and has grown into one of the NHL's best at his position, winning the Norris Trophy as the League's top defenseman in 2012-13. On the ice, he's is a terrific skater with a big shot and a flair for the dramatic; off the ice, he's one of hockey's most stylish dressers and outgoing personalities, and he has shown he's a natural in front of the camera.  More

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John Tavares | #91

With Tavares as their centerpiece, the Islanders have emerged as one of the NHL's best young teams. He was a finalist for the Hart Trophy as League MVP in 2012-13 and finished third in Hart voting behind Montreal Canadiens goaltender Carey Price in 2014-15, when he was second in the NHL in scoring. He was also voted a First-Team All-Star, the first Islander to earn that honor since Mike Bossy in 1985-86.  More

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Jamie Benn | #14

The Stars named Benn as captain in the summer of 2013 and he went on to have a breakout season, finishing with 34 goals, 79 points and earning First-Team All-Star honors. He improved his offensive totals to 35 goals and 87 points in 2014-15, and a four-point game in Dallas' season finale made him the first player in franchise history to win the Art Ross Trophy as the NHL's top scorer.  More

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Jaromir Jagr | #68

Jagr continues to be an offensive force well into his 40s, a feat accomplished in the NHL only by the legendary Gordie Howe, whose offensive numbers Jagr could eclipse if he stays in the League for a couple more years. Jagr has said he'd love to play hockey until he's 50, and though he lacks the speed he had as a young player, his smarts and high-end offensive instincts show no signs of diminishing.  More