Shootouts seem to bring out the best in Silfverberg. The Anaheim Ducks forward has been one of the NHL's best in the tiebreaker since entering the League in 2012.
Silfverberg's quick release has helped him thrive in the one-on-one showdowns with goalies. He went 4-for-7 as a rookie with the Ottawa Senators in 2012-13 before being traded to Anaheim on July 5, 2013. Two years later, he led all NHL shooters with nine goals on 13 attempts, a 69.2 percent success rate that was best among all players with five or more attempts.