Gagne, Staal, Alfredsson, and Jagr all definitely deserve their spot.
Not so sure O'Neill is the 3rd best player in the NHL thus far though... certainly I've been very happy with him, but that's vastly overstating his impact.
Not that rankings mean much at his point... I'd be curious to see the statistical formula utilized.
19. Curtis Joseph Phoenix 88.33
Welcome to Leafs Nation, leave your common sense at the door.
Wow Lundqvist is #2? I really like him, but I'm surprised that TSN would put him that high based on the fact that he's not a big name for the NHL.
1. It's not TSN, it's Scott Cullen. He does all of these stupid rankings.
2. It's based on a formula which includes magic and the phase of the moon as variables. It (supposedly) has little to do with how much of a (insert team here) homer Scott Cullen is.