At the All-Star break the Anaheim Ducks were 23-123 on the power play. Since then, they have gone 23-70 to storm into second place overall in power play percentage in the NHL.
That's quite a turnaround and it's no surprise that the Ducks have gone 25-4-2 in their last 31 games to move into first place in the Pacific Division.
The power play is a big reason for it.
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Sami Vatanen: 18 points in 184:34 minutes of power play time.
Corey Perry: 20 points in 183:50.
Ryan Getzlaf: 17 points in 167:44.
Cam Fowler: 15 points in 152:01.
Rickard Rakell: 8 points in 139:54.
Ryan Kesler: 13 points in 135:16.
The Ducks were 6-14 this week and are 46-193 on the season. Perry had two goals and an assist with Fowler scoring once and adding two helpers. Rakell and David Perron scored once and added an assist while Jakob Silfverberg had a goal. Vatanen had three assists with Hampus Lindholm picking up two helpers. Kevin Bieksa and Kesler each had one assist.
Oliver Ekman-Larsson: 27 points in 339:51 minutes of power play time.
Max Domi: 14points in 193:28.
Anthony Duclair: 10 points in 189:28.
Michael Stone: 10 points in 179:57.
Antoine Vermette: 12 points in 178:10.
Shane Doan: 15 points in 176:18.
Torey Krug: 13 points in 219:12 minutes of power play time.
Loui Eriksson: 12 points in 195:41.
Patrice Bergeron: 22 points in 195:24.
Ryan Spooner: 16 points in 192:36.
David Krejci: 14 points in 186:58.
Zdeno Chara: 10 points in 103:42.
The Bruins were 2-18 this week and are 41-194 in 2015-16. Bergeron and Spooner each had a goal and an assist with Krug and Krejci picking up assists.
Rasmus Ristolainen: 18 points in 199:50 minutes of power play time.
Jack Eichel: 18 points in 192:50.
Ryan O'Reilly: 19 points in 192:00.
Sam Reinhart: 8 points in 178:40.
Jamie McGinn: 9 points in 163:49.
Evander Kane: 6 points in 144:54.
Johnny Gaudreau: 16 points in 228:52 minutes of power play time.
Sean Monahan: 13 points in 208:33.
Mark Giordano: 12 points in 198:38.
Dennis Wideman: 8 points in 146:25.
Dougie Hamilton: 12 points in 140:58.
T.J. Brodie: 7 points in 136:23.
The Flames were 2-14 this week and are 34-213 this season. Monahan had a goal and an assist with Hamilton also scoring. Giordano, Gaudreau and Brodie picked up the assists.
Justin Faulk: 16 points in 185:02 minutes of power play time.
Elias Lindholm: 12 points in 178:32.
Victor Rask: 15 points in 174:19.
Noah Hanifin: 5 points in 151:45.
Jeff Skinner: 7 points in 132:48.
Jordan Staal: 9 points in 112:20.
The Hurricanes were 2-5 and are 35-201. Staal and Derek Ryan scored while Rask and Lindholm drew assists.
Patrick Kane: 32 points in 202:56 minutes of power play time.
Brent Seabrook: 21 points in 187:18.
Artemi Panarin: 18 points in 178:01.
Duncan Keith: 18 points in 158:33.
Jonathan Toews: 8 points in 155:43.
Artem Anisimov: 8 points in 147:41.
Chicago was 5-8 this week and are 49-203 thus far. Panarin had a goal and two helpers with Keith, Kane and Anisimov picking up one of each. Toews also scored with Seabrook garnering three assists.
Nathan MacKinnon: 16 points in 202:02 minutes of power play time.
Tyson Barrie: 21 points in 199:28.
Jarome Iginla: 17 points in 193:06.
Matt Duchene: 13 points in 186:40.
Gabriel Landeskog: 13 points in 173:38.
Francois Beauchemin: 10 points in 158:27.
The Avs were 2-9 this week and are 43-224 on the season. Landeskog and Iginla scored with Barrie drawing assists on both. The newly acquired Mikkel Boedker had an assist.
Ryan Murray: 10 points in 167:22 minutes of power play time.
Scott Hartnell: 11 points in 165:37.
Seth Jones: 9 points in 160:21.
Jack Johnson: 6 points in 142:26.
Cam Atkinson: 5 points in 139:35.
Brandon Saad: 7 points in 138:01.
The Blue Jackets were 1-6 this week and are 35-198 this season. Boone Jenner was the lone Blue Jacket to find the back of the net with Jones and Murray setting him up.
Tyler Seguin: 22 points in 220:35 minutes of power play time.
Jamie Benn: 22 points in 212:56.
John Klingberg: 19 points in 209:06.
Jason Spezza: 18 points in 188:27.
Patrick Sharp: 19 points in 184:35.
Alex Goligoski: 4 points in 131:40.
Henrik Zetterberg: 18 points in 208:03 minutes of power play time.
Justin Abdelkader: 10 points in 194:52.
Gustav Nyquist: 10 points in 183:12.
Mike Green: 13 points in 157:07.
Tomas Tatar: 11 points in 152:33.
Pavel Datsyuk: 13 points in 150:13.
Detroit was 2-11 this week and are 36-209. Brad Richards and Datsyuk scored with Tatar and Green drawing the assists.
Taylor Hall: 10 points in 187:40 minutes of power play time.
Andrej Sekera: 11 points in 150:05.
Leon Draisaitl: 7 points in 139:40.
Jordan Eberle: 9 points in 139:17.
Mark Letestu: 8 points in 132:40.
Benoit Pouliot: 9 points in 129:22.
The Oilers were 1-9 this past week and are 33-194 this season. Hall scored with Sekera and Connor McDavid setting up the goal.
Vincent Trocheck: 12 points in 177:46 minutes of power play time.
Brian Campbell: 8 points in 175:56.
Aaron Ekblad: 8 points in 173:19.
Jussi Jokinen: 10 points in 172:59.
Reilly Smith: 10 points in 171:54.
Jaromir Jagr: 8 points in 170:15.
The Panthers were 1-11 this week and are 37-225 for the season. Smith scored with Trocheck drawing the only assist.
Drew Doughty: 21 points in 203:11 minutes of power play time.
Anze Kopitar: 15 points in 165:59.
Jake Muzzin: 12 points in 151:03.
Tyler Toffoli: 11 points in 141:07.
Jeff Carter: 10 points in 138:28.
Milan Lucic: 8 points in 133:23.
The Kings were 2-10 this week and are 42-192 this season. Lucic had a goal and an assist while Doughty also tickled the twine. Kopitar and Lecavalier each had an assist.
Ryan Suter: 17 points in 247:38 minutes of power play time.
Mikko Koivu: 16 points in 229:34.
Zach Parise: 14 points in 192:11.
Mikael Granlund: 9 points in 179:45.
Thomas Vanek: 13 points in 177:19.
Jason Pominville: 10 points in 171:22.
The Wild were 3-12 this week and are 40-211 on the season. Koivu had a pair with Granlund also scoring. Suter had two assists with Matt Dumba and Vanek each picking up a helper.
P.K. Subban: 23 points in 304:23 minutes of power play time.
Andrei Markov: 14 points in 225:30.
Max Pacioretty: 14 points in 200:42.
Tomas Plekanec: 11 points in 185:10.
Alex Galchenyuk: 13 points in 168:16.
Brendan Gallagher: 9 points in 144:35.
The Canadiens were 0-10 this week and are 37-214 this season.
Roman Josi: 23points in 209:28 minutes of power play time.
Shea Weber: 22 points in 199:46.
James Neal: 11 points in 194:47.
Ryan Johansen: 18 points in 190:44.
Mike Ribeiro: 14 points in 186:04.
Filip Forsberg: 18 points in 175:55.
The Predators were 3-10 this week and are 43-214 this season. Weber and Craig Smith each had a goal and an assist with Ribeiro also scoring. Forsberg and Josi each had a pair of assists.
Adam Henrique: 9 points in 171:37 minutes of power play time.
Kyle Palmieri: 18 points in 168:13.
Travis Zajac: 14 points in 140:48.
Jacob Josefson: 10 points in 127:11.
Michael Cammalleri: 10 points in 126:49.
David Schlemko: 12 points in 110:00.
The Devils were 3-11 and are 43-205 this season. Palmieri and Zajac had a goal and an assist with Henrique also scoring. Schlemko had two assists with John Moore and Josefson picking up one assist apiece.
NEW YORK ISLANDERS
John Tavares: 15 points in 203:03 minutes of power play time.
Kyle Okposo: 20 points in 193:17.
Nick Leddy: 16 points in 180:07.
Frans Nielsen: 14 points in 177:46.
Anders Lee: 10 points in 167:25.
Brock Nelson: 5 points in 116:48.
The Islanders were 1-8 this week and are 35-185 this season. Leddy and Nielsen set up Okposo for the Islanders lone goal.
NEW YORK RANGERS
Mats Zuccarello: 12 points in 173:30 minutes of power play time.
Derick Brassard: 17 points in 172:31.
Keith Yandle: 14 points in 163:58.
Chris Kreider: 5 points in 143:48.
Dan Boyle: 10 points in 138:23.
Derek Stepan: 7 points in 128:18.
The Rangers were 2-8 this week and are 32-179 on the season. Brassard and Yandle and Brassard each had a goal and an assist with Stepan drawing assists on both.
Erik Karlsson: 24 points in 325:24 minutes of power play time.
Bobby Ryan: 15 points in 204:02.
Mark Stone: 15 points in 199:29.
Dion Phaneuf: 9 points in 189:34.
Kyle Turris: 8 points in 184:24.
Mika Zibanejad: 10 points in 173:56.
Claude Giroux: 25 points in 229:40 minutes of power play time.
Wayne Simmonds: 17 points in 223:22.
Brayden Schenn: 17 points in 214:24.
Jakub Voracek: 20 points in 211:41.
Shayne Gostisbehere: 19 points in 179:33.
Mark Streit: 7 points in 133:40.
The Flyers were 2-12 on the power play this week and are 39-214 this season. Simmonds and Schenn scored with Giroux assisting on both. Gostisbehere and Streit also had assists.
Sidney Crosby: 20 points in 235:40 minutes of power play time.
Phil Kessel: 12 points in 230:54.
Kris Letang: 20 points in 215:50.
Evgeni Malkin: 26 points in 210:01.
Patric Hornqvist: 12 points in 203:09.
Chris Kunitz: 5 points in 134:26.
The Penguins were 3-16 this week and are 38-207 this season. Hornqvist scored a pair with Malkin getting a goal and two assists. Kessel drew a pair of assists with Letang and Crosby getting one each.
Vladimir Tarasenko: 20 points in 178:58 minutes of power play time.
Alexander Steen: 19 points in 177:45.
David Backes: 10 points in 165:56.
Kevin Shattenkirk: 21 points in 151:54.
Alex Pietrangelo: 4 points in 131:53.
Troy Brouwer: 6 points in 117:46.
The Blues were 2-5 this week and are 41-205 this season. Jaden Schwartz had a goal and an assist with Tarasenko also finding the back of the net. Shattenkirk assisted on both with Backes also drawing an assist.
Brent Burns: 22 points in 262:11 minutes of power play time.
Joe Thornton: 20 points in 236:55.
Joe Pavelski: 21 points in 236:03.
Patrick Marleau: 20 points in 226:39.
Joel Ward: 9 points in 134:33.
Marc-Edouard Vlasic: 10 points in 127:25.
The Sharks were 1-9 this week and are 47-213 this season. Burns scored with Tomas Hertl drawing the assist.
Steven Stamkos: 20 points in 227:21minutes of power play time.
Nikita Kucherov: 22 points in 199:32.
Anton Stralman: 11 points in 194:16.
Valtteri Filppula: 8 points in 176:37.
Victor Hedman: 11 points in 156:44.
Ryan Callahan: 4 points in 145:00.
The Lightning were 0-9 this week and are 38-221 this season.
P. A. Parenteau: 9 points in 167:16 minutes of power play time.
Nazem Kadri: 7 points in 162:27.
Peter Holland: 11 points in 147:17.
Leo Komarov: 7 points in 135:14.
Jake Gardiner: 8 points in 133:54.
Tyler Bozak: 8 points in 126:19.
Daniel Sedin: 17 points in 211:22 minutes of power play time.
Henrik Sedin: 18 points in 191:19.
Alexander Edler: 9 points in 169:04.
Radim Vrbata: 9 points in 164:26.
Alex Burrows: 5 points in 119:33.
Ben Hutton: 7 points in 115:51.
The Canucks were 4-10 this week and are 36-193 on the season. Linden Vey scored a pair with Daniel Sedin and Dan Hamhuis chipping in with one apiece. Hutton had three assists with Sven Baertschi getting two and Bo Horvat and Jared McCann getting one each.
Alex Ovechkin: 20 points in 276:59 minutes of power play time.
T.J. Oshie: 14 points in 202:44.
Nicklas Backstrom: 27 points in 195:41.
John Carlson: 14 points in 168:28.
Marcus Johansson: 11 points in 160:55.
Matt Niskanen: 14 points in 149:07.
The Capitals went 3-12 this week and are 49-206 this season. Oshie was in on all three with two goals and an assist while Niskanen had one of each. Backstrom assisted on two goals.
Dustin Byfuglien: 15 points in 211:53 minutes of power play time.
Blake Wheeler: 16 points in 199:05.
Mathieu Perreault: 14 points in 180:10.
Andrew Ladd: 11 points in 173:02.
Bryan Little: 12 points in 167:45.
Tyler Myers: 2 points in 148:25.
The Jets were 1-13 this week and are 33-207 in 2015-16. Mark Scheifele scored with Byfuglien and Perreault setting up the goal.