Draft Guide

Power Play Report

Updated On: November 5, 2018, 1:06 pm ET

Winning the draw is so important, especially on specialty teams. Of all the top-10 face-off leaders, only Leon Draisaitl is not close to the 50 percent mark as he has won only 25-of-60 draws.


The leader, Jack Eichel has won 41-of-60 draws winning at a 68.33 percent rating. That is amazing.


The rest of the top 10 is as follows:


Patrice Bergeron - 38 wins

Jordan Staal – 36 wins

Claude Giroux – 35 wins

Jonathan Toews and Bo Horvat – 30 wins

Sidney Crosby – 29 wins

Ryan O'Reilly – 27 wins

Ryan Johansen -25 wins


As great as Eichel is on the draw, Bergeron is better, winning 38-of-52 draws for a 73.1 winning percentage.




Cam Fowler: One point in 42:22 minutes of power play time.

Rickard Rakell: Four points in 41:40.

Adam Henrique: Two points in 39:36 of power play time.

Sam Steel: Two points in 26:58.

Ryan Getzlaf: Three points in 25:42.

Jakob Silfverberg: Three points in 25;17.


The Ducks were 2-11 on the man-advantage over the last week. They’re 7-41 on the power play this season. Silfverberg and Pontus Aberg scored with Getzlaf assisting on both. Rakell and Fowler also had helpers.




Oliver Ekman-Larsson: Two points in 38:00 of power play time.

Clayton Keller: Two points in 36:33.

Derek Stepan: Zero points in 32:58.

Vinnie Hinostroza: Two points in 26:42.

Dylan Strome: Two points in 26:21.

Christian Fischer: Zero points in 24:55.


The Coyotes were 2-5 this week and are 5-34 on the year. Ekman-Larsson had a goal and an assist while Brendan Perlini also scored. Keller and Alex Goligoski had assists as did Alex Galchenyuk who has performed quite well for the Coyotes since returning from injury.




David Pastrnak: Six points in 43:57 of power play time.

Patrice Bergeron: Eight points in 42:07.

Brad Marchand: Five points in 37:20.

Matthew Grzelcyk: Three points in 33:36.

David Krejci: Two points in 30:19.

Ryan Donato: One point in 27:30.


The Bruins were 2-9 and are 11-41 in 2018-19. Pastrnak and Marchand scored with Bergeron assisting on both. Torey Krug is back and had the final assist and is quarterbacking the power play, supplanting Grzelcyk on the first unit.




Jack Eichel: Four points in 68:43 of power play time.

Rasmus Ristolainen: Four points in 58:27.

Sam Reinhart: Five points in 57:47.

Kyle Okposo: Four points in 51:31.

Jeff Skinner: Five points in 49:59

Conor Sheary: Three points in 47:33.


The Sabres went 2-13 on the power play this week. Skinner had both goals in a 9-2 shellacking over Ottawa with Reinhart, Eichel, Ristolainen and Casey Mittelstadt drawing the assists. They’re now up to 11-56 on the man-advantage this season.




Johnny Gaudreau: Seven points in 69:00 of power play time.

Sean Monahan: Six points in 68:23.

Mark Giordano: Four points in 67:49.

Elias Lindholm: Seven points in 65:22.

Matthew Tkachuk: Five points in 61:19.

James Neal: Zero points in 39:20.


The Flames were 3-15 on the power play this week. Monahan led the way with two goals and an assist while Lindholm had a goal and two helpers. Giordano had two assists while Gaudreau had one. They’re now 10-60 on the power play this season.




Justin Faulk: Two points in 50:12 of power play time.

Sebastian Aho: Four points in 49:43.

Justin Williams: One point in 43:23.

Micheal Ferland: Three points in 40:29.

Jordan Staal: One point in 39:30.

Teuvo Teravainen: Two points in 38:29.


The Hurricanes are 6-51 this season after going 2-13 this week. Dougie Hamilton and Ferland were the goal scorers with Aho, Staal and Valentin Zykov drawing the assists.




Patrick Kane: Five points in 50:01 of power play time.

Jonathan Toews: Two points in 48:57.

Alex DeBrincat: Two points in 48:41.

Nick Schmaltz: One point in 40:28.

Duncan Keith: One point in 38:33.

Artem Anisimov: Zero points in 35:08


The Blackhawks were 2-9 on the power play in the last week and are 7-50 this season. Toews scored both goals with Kane, Luke Johnson, Brent Seabrook and Erik Gustafsson picking up the assists.




Nathan MacKinnon: Five points in 61:44 of power play ime.

Mikko Rantanen: Five points in 61:18.

Gabriel Landeskog: Six points in 60:01.

Tyson Barrie: Five points in 57:16

Tyson Jost: Two points in 42:12.

Samuel Girard: Two points in 30:32.


The Avalanche went 2-4 on the man-advantage over the last week. Landeskog had a goal and an assist with MacKinnon also finding the back of the net.  Rantanen, Alexander Kerfoot and Colin Wilson each had one helper. The Avs are now 13-50 on the power play in 2018-19.




Artemi Panarin: Three points in 57:20 of power play time.

Zach Werenski: Four points in 53:40.

Nick Foligno: One point in 52:45.

Cam Atkinson: Three points in 51:45.

Pierre-Luc Dubois: Two points in 48:33.

Anthony Duclair: Two points in 39:31. 


The Blue Jackets were 0-17 on the man-advantage last week and are 6-56 on the power play this season.




Tyler Seguin: Five points in 44:49 of power play time.

John Klingberg: Five points in 43:20.

Jason Spezza: Three points in 40:33.

Jamie Benn: Four points in 40:17.

Alexander Radulov: Five points in 31:03.

Miro Heiskanen: Zero points in 16:09. 


The Stars managed to go 1-10 this week with the man-advantage. Esa Lindell scored with Devin Shore picking up the assist. Dallas is 9-38 on the power play this season.




Dennis Cholowsk: Six points in 29:53 of power play time.

Dylan Larkin: Three points in 29:38.

Gustav Nyquist: Five points in 29:000.

Andreas Athanasiou: Three points in 28:52.

Michael Rasmussen: Two points in 28:04.

Frans Nielsen: Three points in 27:36.


The Red Wings went 3-9 on the man-advantage over the last week. Rookie Rasmussen scored twice with Martin Frk also scoring. Nyquist had two assists while Cholowski, Mike Green, Thomas Vanek and Larkin drew assists. Vanek is out for three-six weeks. The Wings are 11-44 on the man-advantage this season.




Connor McDavid: Eight points in 57:21 of power play time.

Oscar Klefbom: Two points in 55:39.

Ryan Nugent-Hopkins: Five points in 53:50.

Leon Draisaitl: Six points in 52:59.

Milan Lucic: Three points in 52:52.

 Ryan Strome: Zero points in 19:07.


The Oilers went 1-10 on the man-advantage this week. Tobias Rieder set up Jason Garrison for the lone goal. Edmonton is 10-46 on the power play this season.




Aleksander Barkov: Three points in 54:32 of power play time.

Vincent Trocheck: Four points in 53:15.

Keith Yandle: Five points in 53:04.

Evgenii Dadonov: Five points in 50:44.

Mike Hoffman: Five points in 44:54.

Jonathan Huberdeau: Three points in 43:35.


The Panthers were 4-10 this week and are now 10-50. Yandle had two goals and an assist with Hoffman scoring once and adding an assist. Dadonov also scored with Trocheck, Barkov, Nick Bjugstad and Mike Matheson drawing assists.




Drew Doughty: Six points in 49:21 of power play time.

Ilya Kovalchuk: Five points in 48:36.

Anze Kopitar: Two points in 43:58.

Jeff Carter: Four points in 43:13.

Tyler Toffoli: One point in 30:47.

Tanner Pearson: Zero points in 25:36.


The Kings went 2-9 on the power play this week and are now 7-47 on the power play in the season. Carter scored twice with Kovalchuk assisting on both. Doughty and Kopitar also had assists.




Ryan Suter: Four points in 39:23 of power play time.

Eric Staal:: Three points in 36:19.

Mikael Granlund: Five points in 35:43.

Zach Parise: Two points in 34:16.

Matt Dumba: Three points in 34:13.

Charlie Coyle: One point in 34:00.


The Wild went 4-12 on the power play over the last week. Suter and Granlund each had a goal and two assists with Staal picking up one of each. Parise also scored with Nino Niederreiter, Dumba and Jason Zucker picking up the assists. Minnesota is 8-43 on the power play this season.




Jeff Petry: Four points in 57:14 of power play time.

Jonathan Drouin: Five points in 54:52.

Brendan Gallagher: One point in 49:34.

Tomas Tatar: Two points in 49:31.

Max Domi: Five points in 45:43.

Joel Armia: Zero points in 33:32.


The Canadiens went 0-10 last week and are 7-49 on the man-advantage this season.




Filip Forsberg: Three points in 50:40 of power play time.

Ryan Johansen: Four points in 49:06.

P.K. Subban: Four points in 48:23.

Craig Smith: One point in 44:31.

Viktor Arvidsson: Zero points in 43:29.

Roman Josi: One point in 43:19.


The Predators were 0-10 on the man-advantage, and are 6-51 this season.




Taylor Hall: Nine points in 49:06 of power play time.

Nico Hischier: Five points in 48:49.

Kyle Palmieri: Seven points in 48:08.

Will Butcher: Five points in 46:40.

Sami Vatanen: Two points in 28:56.

Travis Zajac: Two points in 25:27.


The Devils went 3-12 on the man-advantage this week. Palmieri, Marcus Johansson and Sami Vatanen scored while Hischier and Hall each had two assists. Butcher and Zajac also had helpers. They are now 12-47 on the power play.




Mathew Barzal: Seven points in 48:44 of power play time.

Josh Bailey: Seven points in 45:50.

Nick Leddy: Two points in 45:27.

Anders Lee: Six points in 43:31.

Jordan Eberle: Four points in 43:24.

Brock Nelson: Zero points in 22:30.


The Islanders went 2-10 on the power play last week, as Eberle had both goals with Barzal, Lee, Leddy and Bailey drawing the assists. New York is now 9-40 on the power play this season.




Mika Zibanejad: Four points in 45:06 of power play time.

Chris Kreider: Three points in 42:39.

Mats Zuccarello: Four points in 42:03.

Kevin Shattenkirk: One point in 36:16.

Kevin Hayes: One point in 28:19.

Jimmy Vesey: One point in 25:25.


The Rangers were 1-8 this week and are now 8-43 this season. Hayes scored with Filip Chytil and the now-injured Brett Howden drawing the assists.




Thomas Chabot: Five points in 43:02 of power play time.

Matt Duchene: Two points in 38:46.

Mark Stone: Six points in 37:44.

Bobby Ryan: Four points in 35:46.

Chris Tierney: Four points in 34:25.

Mikkel Boedker: Four points in 34:00.


The Senators scored twice last week. Colin White and Ryan Dzingel scored with Boedker, Stone, Chris Wideman and Chabot drawing assists. The Sens are 12-44 overall.




Shayne Gostisbehere: Four points in 58:48 of power play time.

Claude Giroux: Six points in 57:22.

Jakub Voracek: Four points in 54:58.

Sean Couturier: One point in 54:16

Wayne Simmonds: Three points in 52:41.

Travis Konecny: One point in 29:52.


The Flyers went 1-8 last week. They are 7-48 on the power play this season. Couturier scored his first power play goal of the season with Giroux and Gostisbehere picking up the assists.




Phil Kessel: Four points in 40:46 of power play time.

Sidney Crosby: Four points in 39:53.

Evgeni Malkin: Five points in 39:50.

Kris Letang: Four points in 36:34.

Patric Hornqvist: One point in 35:48.

Jake Guentzel: Two points in 20:25.


The Penguins were 2-12 this week and are 9-36. Dominik Simon and Malkin scored with Guentzel, Olli Maatta, Kessel and Letang drawing assists.  




Erik Karlsson: Four points in 53:47 of power play time.

Brent Burns: Seven points in 49:13.

Joe Pavelski: Two points in 48:17.

Logan Couture: Two points in 46:51.

Tomas Hertl: Two points in 42:03.

Kevin Labanc: Three points in 33:08.


The Sharks went 1-8 on the man-advantage over the last week. Pavelski scored as Burns and Labanc picked up the assists. The Sharks are now 10-47 on the power play this season.




Vladislav Tarasenko: Six points in 46:04 of power play time.

Ryan O'Reilly: Seven points in 44:26.

Patrick Maroon: Six points in 40:54.

Tyler Bozak: Two points in 39:43

Alex Pietrangelo: One point in 37:59.

Vince Dunn: Four points in 35:43.


The Blues were 2-4 this week on the power play. Tarasenko had a goal and an assist with O’Reilly also scoring. Tyler Bozak, Dunn and Maroon had assists. The Blues are now 15-48 overall this season.




Nikita Kucherov: Four points in 54:50 of power play time.

J.T. Miller: Five points in 52:22.

Steven Stamkos: Four points in 52:05.

Alex Killorn: Two points in 44:42.

Brayden Point: Five points in 38:41.

Mikhail Sergachev: Three points in 33:02.



The Lightning were 3-11 for the week with the man-advantage and are 13-49 so far in 2018-19.  Stamkos and Kucherov scored and had an assist with Ryan McDonagh and Point completing the scoring with assists.




Mitch Marner: Six points in 38:41 of power play time.

John Tavares: Four points in 38:35.

Morgan Rielly: Nine points in 36:45.

Nazem Kadri: Four points in 36:11.

Jake Gardiner: Two points in 25:57.

Auston Matthews: Five points in 25:08.


The Leafs went 3-11 this week with the man advantage. They’re 12-39 on the season. Rielly had a goal and an assist with Kadri and Marleau also finding the back of the net. Marner had two assists while Gardiner and Tavares each picking up one helper.




Bo Horvat: Four points in 49:23 of power play time.

Brock Boeser: Four points in 45:14.

Elias Pettersson: Five points in 36:58.

Nikolay Goldobin: One point in 35:06.

Derrick Pouliot: One point in 34:04.

Sven Baertschi: Four points in 29:27.


The Canucks went 3-11 on the man-advantage over the last week. Markus Granlund, Jake Virtanen and Derrick Puliot scored while Goldobin, Alex Biega, Pettersson, Boeser and Ben Hutton picking up assists. Vancouver is 9-44 on the power play this season.




Jonathan Marchessault: Four points in 49:47 of power play time.

William Karlsson: Four points in 49:23.

Shea Theodore: One point in 48:45.

Reilly Smith: Two points in 47:49.

Colin Miller: Two points in 35:09.

Erik Haula: One point in 33:12.


The Golden Knights finally scored as they went 2-11 on the power play. Smith and Alex Tuch scored with Marchessault assisting on both. Theodore and Karlsson also had assists. The Golden Knights are 6-48 this season.




Alex Ovechkin: Eight points in 51:26 of power play time.

John Carlson: Eight points in 48:13.

Nicklas Backstrom: Nine points in 43:19.

Evgeny Kuznetsov: Nine points in 43:05.

T.J. Oshie: Three points in 41:45.

Brent Connolly: One point in 14:25.


The Capitals scored one goal on four attempts this week and are 14-39 this season. Kuznetsov scored with Backstrom and Oshie having the assists.




Patrik Laine: Seven points in 47:17 of power play time.

Mark Scheifele: Six points in 46:58.

Kyle Connor: Five points in 46:04.

Blake Wheeler: 10 points in 45:24.

Dustin Byfuglien: Seven points in 37:05.

Josh Morrissey: Three points in 23:30.


The Jets scored three goals with the man-advantage on seven attempts as they had another great week. Laine scored all three goals with Byfuglien and Wheeler each assisting on all three. The Jets are 14-42 this season.


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