A good indicator of power play points is the amount of times you are on the ice for a power play goal. While only three players at most can get a point on any goal, chances are the player will eventually get their fair share of points if on the ice during a goal
Here are all the players in the NHL who have been on the ice for more than 10 power play goals this season.
19- Alex Ovechkin
17- Nicklas Backstrom, Mike Green
16 – Troy Brouwer, Andrei Markov, P.K. Subban, Patrick Marleau, Joe Pavelski
15 – Logan Couture, Joe Thornton
14 – Mike Ribeiro, Evgeni Malkin
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13- Drew Doughty, Anze Kopitar, John Tavares, Oliver Ekman-Larsson, Matt Moulson, Sidney Crosby, Alexander Steen, Marcus Johansson
12 – Frans Nielsen, Kyle Okposo, Keith Yandle
11- Patrick Kane, Jonathan Toews, Daniel Alfredsson, Pavel Datsyuk, Henrik Zetterberg, Martin Hanzal, David Backes, Alex Pietrangelo
Of the 31 players, it was surprising that only seven were defensemen as good rearguards tend to play a lot on the power play and many goals originate with a shot from the point.
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Corey Perry: 3 points in 78:05 minutes of power play time.
Cam Fowler: 6 points in 72:04.
Ryan Getzlaf: 6 points in 71:00.
Sami Vatanen: 1 point in 61:24.
Nick Bonino: 4 points in 56:44.
Teemu Selanne: 2 points in 46:58.
The Ducks were 1-9 with the man-advantage this week and are 9-77 this season. Dustin Penner had the only goal with Perry and Fowler setting him up.
Jarome Iginla: 2 points in 47:39 minutes of power play time.
David Krejci: 5 points in 47:39.
Zdeno Chara: 4 points in 47:15.
Torey Krug: 6 points in 46:13.
Milan Lucic: 3 points in 42:22.
Patrice Bergeron: 1 point in 33:18.
The Bruins were 0-3 this week and are now 9-50 this season.
Christian Ehrhoff: 1 point in 68:38 minutes of power play time.
Cody Hodgson: 8 points in 66:41.
Tyler Ennis: 3 points in 66:22.
Matt Moulson: 11 points in 58:19.
Tyler Myers: 2 points in 47:24.
Jamie McBain: 2 points in 38:55.
The Sabres power play was 3-8 this week and are now 10-65 this season. Ennis and Hodgson each had a goal and an assist, while Steve Ott had the other goal. Moulson picked up a pair of helpers with Myers and Mark Pysyk also assisting.
Dennis Wideman: 2 points in 85:27 minutes of power play time.
Jiri Hudler: 6 points in 77:18.
Kris Russell: 3 points in 62:08.
Curtis Glencross: 2 points in 47:53.
Sean Monahan: 3 points in 45:50.
Michael Cammalleri: 2 points in 44:27.
The Flames were 2-7 as they finally scored for the first time in three weeks, and are 10-71 this season. Russell was in on both goals with a goal and an assist. David Jones also found the back of the net with Monahan and Sven Baertschi finishing the scoring with assists.
Eric Staal: 3 points in 79:07 minutes of power play time.
Alexander Semin: 4 points in 75:33.
Ryan Murphy: 3 points in 55:56.
Nathan Gerbe: 5 points in 55:09.
Justin Faulk: 2 points in 49:16.
Jordan Staal: 1 point in 48:17.
The Hurricanes were 1-8 this week and are now 10-76 on the season. Eric Staal scored with Semin and Murphy drawing the assists.
Patrick Kane: 9 points in 72:38 minutes of power play time.
Patrick Sharp: 7 points in 71:41.
Jonathan Toews: 5 points in 68:45.
Duncan Keith: 5 points in 68:02.
Andrew Shaw: 4 points in 50:52.
Nick Leddy: 3 points in 43:16.
Chicago was 1-8 this week and are 15-71 this season. Sharp scored and was set up by Kane and Toews.
Andre Benoit: 3 points in 50:42 minutes of power play time.
Erik Johnson: 2 points in 49:56.
Matt Duchene: 4 points in 49:03.
Ryan O'Reilly: 3 points in 48:47.
P.A. Parenteau: Zero points in 47:45
Paul Stastny: 5 points in 46:43.
The Avs were 2-7 this week and are currently 11-57 this year. Stastny and Nathan MacKinnon scored and added an assist with Gabriel Landeskog setting up both.
James Wisniewski: 5 points in 63:30 minutes of power play time.
Cam Atkinson: 2 points in 57:04.
Brandon Dubinsky: 4 points in 53:49.
Jack Johnson: 2 points in 52:13.
Marian Gaborik: 2 points in 52:04.
Ryan Johansen: 2 points in 50:56.
The Blue Jackets were 3-15 this past week and are now 14-71. Johansen and Fedor Tyutin led the way with a goal and an assist apiece with R.J. Umberger also finding the back of the net. Wisniewski, Ryan Murray and Nick Foligno all had helpers.
Tyler Seguin: 4 points in 67:14 minutes of power play time.
Jamie Benn: 3 points in 66:24.
Alex Chiasson: 3 points in 57:04.
Sergei Gonchar: 3 points in 55:09.
Ray Whitney: 1 point in 52:06.
Rich Peverley: Zero points in 50:26.
The Stars were 1-12 this week and are now 8-70. Seguin scored and was set up by Jamie Benn and Gonchar. Ray Whitney hopes to return this week after not playing in the last seven days.
Henrik Zetterberg: 7 points in 65:40 minutes of power play time.
Pavel Datsyuk: 6 points in 65:297.
Daniel Alfredsson: 6 points in 56:13.
Niklas Kronwall: 6 points in 54:38.
Todd Bertuzzi: 3 points in 52:44.
Jakub Kindl: 4 points in 43:31.
Detroit exploded this week after being held off last week and were 5-10. They are now 14-65 this season. Datsyuk led the way with three power play goals with Johan Franzen getting a goal and two assists. Dan DeKeyser finished the goal scoring with a goal and a helper. On the assists side, Zetterberg and Kindl each had a pair with Kronwall, Mikael Samuelsson and Alfredsson had one each. Alfredsson is now out of action.