3. Sheldon Souray.
2. Saku Koivu + Chris Higgins.
1. Mike Johnson + Radek Bonk.
Ok so I cheated a little, but it's kinda tough to include one-half of a duo without the other.
Johnson and Bonk have been great on the PK, now also get PP time, and have chipped in to the offense.
Koivu and Higgins are amazing as they always are. And to think, there were questions coming into the season as to which line was our real first line. Well they've silenced any doubters. (and so has Ryder)
Souray has been getting better slowly. I thought he looked pretty solid vs. Colorado in all aspects of the game. His offense has been going from the start, and he brings an intimidating physical presence. Now if he could just work on those brainfarts in his own end...
Perezhogin has looked good, Niinimaa has played pretty well. Markov looks good in the offensive zone, but has been abysmal defensively. Begin is the Begin we all know. Ryder plays his usual game and seems to have good speed this year.