By: Brennen and Dylan

Forwards:

  1. Sidney Crosby is by far the best forward in the NHL, with 80 games played he has 36 goals and 68 assists.
  2. Alex Ovechkin is just behind 1st place, playing 78 games, owning 58 goals, and 21 assists.
  3. Steven Stamkos made it to 3rd place with only 37 games played, 25 goals, and 15 assists. He made it to 3rd place mainly for his value as a great sniper.
  4. John Tavares is in 4th place with 59 games played, he currently has 24 goals and 42 assists.
  5. Claude Giroux is in 5th place of the NHL with 82 games played he has 28 goals and 58 assists.

Defense:

  1. Erik Karlsson is easily leading the NHL’s defense due to his assists. With 82 games played he contains 20 goals and 54 assists.
  2. Shea Weber is in 2nd place with 82 games played he has 23 goals and 33 assists.
  3. P.K. Subban just barely in 3rd place with 82 games played, he holds 10 goals and 43 assists.
  4. Kris Letang is just in 4th place with 37 games, 11 goals and 11 assists.
  5. Mark Giordano is in 5th place with 64 games played, he has 14 goals, and 33 assists.

Goalies:

  1. Tuukka Rask is the best goalie of 2014 with 58 saves.
  2. Jonathan Quick is in 2nd place with 49 saves.
  3. Carey Price is in 3rd place with 59 saves but has less wins than Jonathan Quick.
  4. Henrik Lundqvist is in 4th place with 62 saves but has less wins than Carey Price.
  5. Pekka Rinne is in 5th place with 24 saves, he is a good goalie but had a minor injury.