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Here are the top 10 players that have the most.
Patrick Kane Patrick Kane is the poster child for the beauty of the NHL’s beauty.
Kane is one of the most recognizable faces in the league and has built his reputation on winning the Stanley Cup.
He also has one of his signature hats.
Ryan Getzlaf Ryan Getzalaf is a Canadian superstar, but he’s also a legend in his native country.
The Anaheim Ducks forward has been one of NHL history’s most dominant players for the last few decades, winning a record 13 Hart trophies.
He has also been known for his signature hair.
Evgeni Malkin Evgeniy Malkin is known for being an absolute beast.
The Washington Capitals captain won two Stanley Cups and is currently the league’s all-time leader in assists.
He’s also one of sports’ most celebrated athletes, and has been named an Olympic gold medalist.
Henrik Lundqvist Henrik was named the League’s Most Valuable Player in 2006 after winning the Vezina Trophy as the League leader in shutouts and shutouts by a defenseman in each of the past three seasons.
He became the first goalie in League history to have three consecutive 50-plus shutouts, joining Joe Sakic, who did it in 1992-93.
Pavel Datsyuk Pavel is a Hall of Fame defenseman who has become a popular figure in Russia.
He won the Hart Trophy in 2009 and was named to the All-Star team in 2013.
He is a two-time Vezna Trophy winner.
Evander Kane Evander has won three Stanley Cups, won a Hart Trophy and was the captain of the 2014 Cup team that won the Stanley Cups.
He made the Hall of Famer’s list as the best defenseman in the history of the sport.
Sidney Crosby Sidney Crosby is a three-time scoring champion who has led the NHL in scoring since being drafted in 1996.
He played for the Pittsburgh Penguins for six seasons and won two Cups.
Crosby is currently playing in the NHL.
Joe Pavelski Joe has a history of being one of hockey’s greatest athletes.
He led the United States to the bronze medal at the 2012 Olympics and has played in the National Hockey League for 11 seasons.
Patrick Roy Patrick Roy was the first defenseman to win a Stanley Cup as the head coach of the New Jersey Devils from 1996 to 2001.
He was also the first coach in NHL history to win the Stanley Trophy as NHL Coach of the Year three times.
Ryan Miller Ryan Miller has won the Velec Trophy as League MVP five times and is one goal away from tying Lou Lamoriello for most career goals.
He currently plays for the Arizona Coyotes.