For the sixth consecutive year, Pittsburgh Penguins star captain Sidney Crosby has been ranked at the National Hockey League's No. 1 player, as announced Wednesday on TSN Hockey's Top 50 Players special.
Examine the statistics and accomplishments of all 50 players listed below.
Crosby ranks fifth all-time in points per game (1.36), behind Wayne Gretzky, Mario Lemieux, Mike Bossy and Bobby Orr.
He's won three Stanley Cups, two Olympic golds, two World Junior Championships and one World Championship.
3. Carey Price
The Hart Trophy winner fashioned the third highest save percentage (.933) ever recorded.
4. John Tavares
Tavares officially joined the league's elite last season, earning a berth on the First All-Star Team.
5. Alexander Ovechkin
Ovi is the fifth player to make the First or Second All-Star Team at least nine of his first 10 seasons.
He's finished first or second in goals five times during his NHL career.
7. Drew Doughty
His two-way brilliance was well tested in 2015-16 as he averaged 28:59 per game.
8. Ryan Getzlaf
Getzlaf and Sidney Crosby are the only two players in the Hart Trophy voting's Top 7 over the last three seasons.
9. Jamie Benn
He won last season's scoring title with 87 points - the lowest non-lockout total since 1967-68 (Stan Mikita - 87 points).
10. Erik Karlsson
The Norris Trophy winner directed 396 shots at the net last season, 67 more than the next closest defenceman.
11. Evgeni Malkin
Geno has averaged at least a points a game in eight of nine NHL seasons.
12. Duncan Keith
The Conn Smythe Trophy winner accumulated a career-high 21 points in the 2015 playoffs.
13. Patrick Kane
His .98 career points per game playoff average ranks fifth among active players.
Tarasenko breakthrough 37-goal year propelled him to the status of highest ranking newbie on TSN's Top 50 Player List.
15. Tyler Seguin
He is the NHL's only 35 goal/35 assist player each of the past two seasons.
16. Shea Weber
Weber leads all active defencemen with seven seasons of at least 15 goals scored.
17. Anze Kopitar
He has led the Los Angeles Kings in point scoring in eight straight years – the NHL's longest current team streak.
18. Claude Giroux
Giroux leads the NHL in points since 2010-11 with 376 points in 370 games.
19. Corey Perry
The one-time Rocket Richard winner hit the 30-goal mark for the fifth time in his career.
20. P.K. Subban
He is the only defenceman to make the First All-Star Team in two of the past three seasons.
21. Victor Hedman
The second overall pick in 2009 was No. 2 in 2015 playoff points (14) by defencemen.
Only Sidney Crosby (124) has had more assists than Backstrom (121) over the past two seasons.
23. Pavel Datsyuk
The 2014-15 runner-up has won the Lady Byng Trophy four times during his NHL career.
24. Jakub Voracek
The first-time First All-Star's 33 power play points tied him for third in the NHL last season.
25. Henrik Lundqvist
The King has won at least 30 games each season - except for the lockout-shortened 2012-13 campaign.
26. Patrice Bergeron
He has won the Selke Trophy three of the past four years and was runner-up the other year.
27. Mark Giordano
The Flames' captain is second to only Erik Karlsson in points per game by a defenceman (.76) over the past two seasons.
28. Tyler Johnson
He led the 2015 playoffs in goals (13) and was tied for most points (23).
29. Pekka Rinne
Rinne placed second in Vezina Trophy voting for the second time in his career.
30. Ryan Johansen
He scored a career-high 71 points in his fourth NHL season.
31. Zach Parise
Parise placed second (113) to John Tavares (120) in generating 5-on-5 scoring chances.
32. Max Pacioretty
The Canadiens' new captain leads the NHL with 21 game-winning goals over the past two seasons.
33. Joe Pavelski
His 78 goals over the past two seasons are second only to Alex Ovechkin's 104.
34. Ryan Suter
Minnesota's top blueliner has led the NHL in average ice time over the past three seasons.
35. Jonathan Quick
His career 2.27 goals-against average is fourth-best among active goalies.
36. Phil Kessel
Kessel is the only Top 50 player to switch NHL teams during the off-season.
37. Connor McDavid
The CHL Player of the Year averaged 2.5 points per playoff game for the Erie Otters.
38. Matt Duchene
Forty-eight of Duchene's 55 points – 87 per cent - came at even strength.
39. Alex Pietrangelo
A two-time Second Team All-Star has averaged 25 minutes per game for three straight years.
40. Roman Josi
His 55 points were 10 more than superstar teammate Shea Weber's 45.
41. Rick Nash
He's quietly re-emerged as a premier scorer with 42 goals, the third most in the NHL.
42. Ryan McDonagh
The Rangers captain's 26 playoff points in 2014 and 2015 are second only Duncan Keith's 32.
43. Taylor Hall
Making the Top 50 with only 38 points in 53 games speaks to Hall's enormous talent.
'OEL' led all NHL defencemen in goals last season with 23.
45. Brent Burns
He earned a career-high 43 assists and 60 points as a 30-year-old.
46. Marian Hossa
He's 14 goals shy of joining the NHL's 500-goal club.
Zetterberg's 119 playoff points rank fourth among active players.
48. Logan Couture
He has scored at least 20 goals each of his first five full NHL seasons.
49. Braden Holtby
Washington's No. 1 netminder led the league in games played last season and has a career .921 save percentage.
50. Henrik Sedin
He earned at least 55 assists for the eighth time in his 14-year career.