Jordan Eberle: 13 points in 164:17 minutes of power play time.
Ryan Nugent-Hopkins: 14 points in 157:27.
David Perron: 9 points in 149:48.
Taylor Hall: 10 points in 148:05.
Justin Schultz: 7 points in 144:56.
Ales Hemsky: 8 points in 113:45.
Edmonton was 2-11 with the man advantage this week and are now 32-177 this season. Hall and Nugent-Hopkins each recorded two assists for the Oilers. Eberle and Gagner scored Edmonton’s two goals.
Brian Campbell: 8 points in 209:47 minutes of power play time.
Tomas Fleischmann: 6 points in 141:47.
Aleksander Barkov: 6 points in 132:07.
Jonathan Huberdeau: 4 points in 109:40.
Brad Boyes: 2 points in 106:06.
Dmitry Kulikov: Zero points in 101:25.
The Panthers were 0-13 this week and are now 15-161.
Drew Doughty: 11 points in 188:31 minutes of power play time.
Anze Kopitar: 12 points in 168:16.
Mike Richards: 11 points in 156:01.
Slava Voynov: 7 points in 127:13.
Jeff Carter: 7 points in 124:35.
Justin Williams: 6 points in 119:38.
The Kings were 2-16 this week and are 26-173 this season. Richards had a goal and an assist. Carter netted his fourth power-play goal of the 2013-14.
Ryan Suter: 11 points in 193:32 minutes of power play time.
Jason Pominville: 10 points in 178:46.
Mikko Koivu: 13 points in 157:41.
Dany Heatley: 7 points in 128:33.
Zach Parise: 11 points in 122:13.
Jared Spurgeon: 4 points in 99:42.
Minnesota was 0-9 this week and are now 29-158 so far this season.
P.K. Subban: 15 points in 222:15 minutes of power play time.
Andrei Markov: 15 points in 204:07.
Brendan Gallagher: 7 points in 126:12.
Max Pacioretty: 11 points in 110:23.
David Desharnais: 9 points in 107:35.
Tomas Plekanec: 7 points in 90:51.
The Canadiens were 2-7 this week and are 33-168 this season. Pacioretty had a goal and an assist. Markov registered two assists to tie Subban for the team lead in power-play points.
Shea Weber: 18 points in 143:38 minutes of power play time.
David Legwand: 15 points in 139:54.
Patric Hornqvist: 10 points in 129:48.
Roman Josi: 10 points in 121:07.
Matt Cullen: 5 points in 114:55.
Mike Fisher: 8 points in 110:31.
Nashville was 5-13 this week and are now 33-155 in 2013-14. Legwand had a goal and three assists. Weber found the back of the net twice and picked up an assist. Fisher and Josi each recorded two assists.
Jaromir Jagr: 9 points in 148:14 minutes of power play time.
Marek Zidlicky: 9 points in 146:32.
Michael Ryder: 6 points in 127:22.
Travis Zajac: 6 points in 123:38.
Andy Greene: 11 points in 118:08.
Adam Henrique: 7 points in 99:37.
The Devils were 2-7 this week and are now 26-144 this season. Ryane Clowe and Eric Gelinas each had a goal and an assist. Jon Merrill registered an assist for New Jersey. Ryder was the only member of the Devils’ top six players in terms of total power-play ice time to contribute. He had an assist, giving him six power-play points in 50 games in 2013-14.
NEW YORK ISLANDERS
John Tavares: 22 points in 185:21 minutes of power play time.
Kyle Okposo: 10 points in 179:28.
Thomas Vanek: 12 points in 169:46.
Frans Nielsen: 15 points in 164:00.
Andrew MacDonald: 10 points in 159:55.
Josh Bailey: 1 point in 64:00.
The Islanders were 1-10 this week and are 29-158 this season. Tavares and Nielsen assisted on Vanek’s goal.
NEW YORK RANGERS
Brad Richards: 13 points in 197:31 minutes of power play time.
Derek Stepan: 12 points in 148:58.
Ryan McDonagh: 10 points in 147:01.
Mats Zuccarello: 15 points in 136:55.
Derick Brassard: 14 points in 125:55.
Chris Kreider: 10 points in 110:05.
The Rangers scored two power-play goals in 12 opportunities last week and are 36-172 this season. Richards had a goal and an assist for New York. McDonagh registered two assists. Nash netted his fourth power-play goal of 2013-14.
Erik Karlsson: 21 points in 215:15 minutes of power play time.
Jason Spezza: 11 points in 142:30.
Bobby Ryan: 8 points in 137:01.
Clarke MacArthur: 10 points in 132:23.
Kyle Turris: 10 points in 119:41.
Milan Michalek: 5 points in 106:12.
The Senators were 2-8 this week and are now 32-171. Turris had a goal and an assist for Ottawa. Karlsson registered his 18th and 19th assists of the 2013-14 campaign. He’s behind only Washington’s Nicklas Backstrom in terms of power-play assists.