21. Josh Manson

The son of former hockey pugilist, Dave Manson, Josh Manson may not be as tough as his father, but he was a decent player in his own right.

Manson was chosen in the Sixth Round in 2011, and he made it to the parent club three years later.  A traditional stay-at-home defender, Manson had an explosive (for him) offensive year with 30 Assists in 2017-18, and he was third in Plus/Minus and second in Defensive Point Shares that year.  He has not replicated that as of yet, but if he can, he will shoot up this list.

The Bullet Points

  • Position: Defence
  • Acquired: Selected in the 6th Round, 160th Overall in the NHL Draft 6/25/11.
  • Games Played: 408
  • Notable Statistics:

    22 Goals
    82 Assists 
    104 Points 
    378 PIM 
    0.25 PPG 
    +39 Plus/Minus 
    24.5 Point Shares 
    3 Points in 22 Playoff Games

  • Major Accolades and Awards: None
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