11. Nathan MacKinnon

11. Nathan MacKinnon

One of the great young stars of the game, Nathan MacKinnon came into the National Hockey League as the first overall Draft Pick in 2013.  As a rookie, the Nova Scotian Center would win the Calder Trophy with 63 Points.  MacKinnon did not hit that mark over the next three years, but in 2017-18, he would have a 97 Point year with a league leading 12 Game Winning Goals.  He would also be named a Second Team All-Star and was second in Hart Trophy voting.

Last year, MacKinnon would exceed his career-high in Goals (41) and Points (99) and finished sixth in Hart Trophy voting.  An All-Star for the last three years, MacKinnon could reach the top five on this list.

The Bullet Points

  • Position: Center
  • Acquired: Selected in the 1st Round, 1st Overall in the NHL Draft 6/30/13.
  • Games Played: 456
  • Notable Statistics: 155 Goals, 247 Assists, 402 Points, 185 PIM, .88 PPG, +26 Plus/Minus, 46.0 Point Shares, 29 Points in 25 Playoff Games
  • Major Accolades and Awards:

    Second Team All-Star (2018)

    All-Star Game (2017, 2018 & 2019)

    Calder Trophy (2014)

    First Team All-Rookie (2014)

    Most Game-Winning Goals (2017-18)

    Most Shots (2018-19)
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