The Minnesota native has returned to his home-state and has recently turned up the intensity and the production as the Wild have made a move in the standings. Zach's been a key producer during this stretch and is our Player of the Week.
Proving once again that he is one of the elite goal-scorers in the game today, Jeff Carter has had a hot hand recently.
Jack Johnson has been contributing in many ways recently, helping lead the Blue Jackets to an impressive streak of wins.
Ben Scrivens has taken control of the crease in Toronto, following James Reimer's injury and after posting back-to-back shutouts over Ottawa and Florida, his stellar play has made him the Player of the Week!
Henrik Zetterberg has a stellar career resume, one that includes a Stanley Cup, an Olympic Gold medal and a World Championship title. The Red Wings star, who was named the club's captain this season, is back at peak form and leading the Wings up the standings in the Western Conference.
Daniel Winnik is the Player of the Week for January 18 - 25, 2013
NHLPA members took to Twitter this weekend to share their excitement with fans about the start of the 2012/13 season.
Known as one of the most skilled young hockey players around, Tyler Seguin has proven his success is not only limited to the NHL.
Despite the absence of NHL hockey due to the owners’ lockout, Kevin Bieksa has found creative ways to lace-up his skates.
Known as one of the best faceoff-men in the business, his offensive abilities are complimented by his penalty killing and defensive zone presence, making him a great asset to any team he suits up for
A 12-year NHL veteran, Mike Fisher is a proven leader who has been instrumental in lengthy playoff runs as a member of both the Ottawa Senators and Nashville Predators.
A true leader in the dressing room, Zenon Konopka is one of the toughest Players in the NHL who comes to play every night and brings great energy to his team.
After signing in Winnipeg, both Jokinen and the Jets are eager to see him return to the offensive side of his game, something he has proven to be adept at.
At only 24-years of age and already in his 6th NHL season, the speed and creativity of Anze Kopitar proved invaluable as the team made a memorable run to the finals.
At 31 years of age, the 6’1”, 226 lbs winger brings great size and speed and he is a physical presence who also doesn’t shy away from blocking shots.
Ray Emery, this is a season of proving to the hockey world that he is still an elite level goaltender.
The native of North York, Ontario has proven over the course of the past two seasons that he is a capable scorer at the NHL level.
The speedy Czech winger is a multi-talented piece of the puzzle in Ottawa, a player that is taking the offensive lead.
Nikolai Khabibulin has to be the biggest, if not the most welcome, surprise in Edmonton so far.
Jonathan Quick has emerged as a Conn Smythe favorite for the most valuable player in the 2011-12 playoffs.