Nicklas Backstrom is on a seven-game point streak.
Backstrom extended it with a goal in Washington's 8-7 overtime loss to Pittsburgh on Monday. He has 13 goals and 43 points in 44 contests in 2016-17.
Justin Williams has found the back of the net in three of his last four games.
Williams has 15 goals and 25 points in 44 contests this season. Those 15 markers are more impressive when you consider that he scored just twice in his first 24 games.
Alex Ovechkin extended his point streak to five games on Monday.
Ovechkin recorded two assists in Washington's 8-7 overtime loss to Pittsburgh on Monday. He has 21 goals and 39 points in 44 contests in 2016-17.
Joe Thornton netted his third goal of the season on Monday and it was another empty netter.
All of Thornton's goals have been scored on an empty net so far this season. He's also in a four-way tie for the league lead in empty-net markers. The last time he scored against a goaltender was on April 7, 2016 in a contest versus Winnipeg. On a more positive note, Thornton does have 24 assists in 44 games this season.
Trevor Daley set a career-high with three assists in the Penguins' 8-7 overtime victory against Washington on Monday.
Daley also snapped a five-game scoring slump. That leaves him with three goals and 15 points in 38 contests in 2016-17.
Justin Schultz had four assists in Monday's 8-7 victory over Washington.
That's a new career-high for assists in a single game for Schultz. It's the latest in what's been a strong campaign for him though as he has seven goals and 30 points in 43 contests. To put that in context, Schultz has never registered more than 33 points in a single season.
Sidney Crosby ended his season-high five-game goal scoring drought on Monday.
The fact that Crosby still hasn't gone more than five contests without a goal in 2016-17 is impressive, but he did far more than just end that slump Monday night. Crosby also registered three assists, giving him his first four-point game of the season. That also resulted in him reaching the 50-point mark in just 37 contests.
Conor Sheary scored two goals and registered an assist in Pittsburgh's 8-7 overtime win against Washington on Monday.
Sheary has 13 goals and 28 points in 36 contests this season. It's been a great sophomore season for him and that's thanks in no small part to his chemistry with Sidney Crosby. Monday's game is a great example of that as Crosby contributed to all three of Sheary's points.