1. Marcel Dionne
One of the better offensive players in NHL history, the 1992 Hall of Fame inductee is fourth all time in goals (731), sixth in points (1,771) and 10th in assists (1,040).
2. Chris Pronger
Hartford, 1993 Concussions shortened the career of the defenseman, who put up 698 points while winning a Stanley Cup, the Hart and Norris trophies, and two Olympic golds.
3. Brendan Shanahan
New Jersey, 1987
The 2013 Hall of Fame inductee ranks 13th all time in goals (656), 14th in games played (1,524) and 22nd in penalty minutes (2,489). He won the Cup three times with Detroit.
4. Evgeni Malkin
Malkin is averaging nearly 30 goals and 85 points per season. He won the Conn Smythe Trophy in 2009 while leading the Penguins to the Stanley Cup.
5. Brad Park
N.Y. Rangers, 1966
While playing in the same era as Bobby Orr, Park was a six-time runner-up for the Norris Trophy and a nine-time All-Star. The 1988 Hall of Famer had 896 points in 1,113 games.
6. Brian Bellows
A one-time Cup winner and three-time All-Star, Bellows put up 1,022 points in 1,118 games. He scored 55 goals in 1989-90 and topped the 40-goal mark three other times.
7. Drew Doughty
Los Angeles, 2008
Still just 25 years old, Doughty has already helped the Kings win two Stanley Cups and was part of two Canadian Olympic gold-medal teams.
8. Patrick Marleau
San Jose, 1997
The Sharks’ franchise leader in goals (456) and points (988) is missing a Cup, but that’s about it. He’s a three-time All-Star and two-time Olympic gold medalist.
9. Daniel Sedin
His peers voted him the league’s best player in 2011, when he recorded 41 goals and 104 points. The 34-year-old has time to boost his 881 points in 1,061 games.
10. Trevor Linden
The impact of “Captain Canuck” was bigger off the ice than on it, but he still managed 867 points in 1,382 games. He reached 30 goals in six of his first eight seasons.