The players are listed by their NHL team. These are players that have played in at least “one” Stanley Cup Playoff game during in the 2013 Stanley Cup Playoffs. I have also listed their point totals as well.
This list doesn’t include players from teams that have been eliminated. The list doesn’t include players that are currently injured, or on their teams roster, but haven’t played in the Stanley Cup Playoff games yet. I will update the list as much as I can.
Final points lead after the second round
The second round of the Stanley Cup Playoffs is in the books. Former Wisconsin Badgers and current San Jose Sharks forward Joe Pavelski (4g-8a—12pts) has retained his lead as the points leader, but his team was eliminated from the Stanley Cup Playoffs by the defending Stanley Cup Champions, so there will be a new points leaders in the next round.
Former Catamount’s and current Chicago Blackhawk forward Patrick Sharp (7g-4a—11pts) is alone in second place.
Here’s how the rest of the top six places for former college hockey players; currently playing in the Stanley Cup playoffs shakes out.
In third place, there is a four way tie. The Pittsburgh Penguins have a pair of former college hockey players, former Gopher defenseman Paul Martin (2g-7a—9pts) is tied with his teammate former Ferris State Bulldog forward Chris Kunitz (4g-5a—9pts). Also, Ottawa Senators and former Wisconsin Badgers forward Kyle Turris (6g-3a—9pts) is “currently” tied for third place along with former Michigan State Spartan and current Chicago Blackhawks defenseman Duncan Keith (1g-8a—9pts). Turris’ spot in the top three is temporary, because his season is over; the Senators were eliminated by the top seeded Pittsburgh Penguins this past week four games to one.
Leader Board (national rank in parentheses)1. (7) Joe Pavelski, F, Wisconsin, 11GP, (4g-8a—12pts)2. (10) Patrick Sharp, F, Vermont, 12GP, (7g-4a—11pts)3. (21) Paul Martin, D, Minnesota, 11GP, (2g-7a—9pts)3. (21) Chris Kunitz, F, Ferris State, 11GP, (4g-5a—9pts)3. (21) Kyle Turris, F, Wisconsin, 10GP, (6g-3a—9pts)3. (21) Duncan Keith, D, Michigan State, 12GP, (1g-8a—9pts)
Badgers king in this year’s 2013 NHL Stanley Cup Playoffs.
The Wisconsin Badgers are well represented in the 2013 Stanley Cup Playoffs; if my math is correct they have six players that are still currently playing in the second round of the SCP.
If I have forgotten a player on this list, feel free to drop me a line at firstname.lastname@example.org
Boston Bruins (3)
Torey Krug, D, Michigan State, 5GP, (4g-1a—5pts)
Matt Bartkowski, D, Ohio State, 7GP, (1g-1a—2pts)
Richard Peverley, F, St. Lawrence University, 11GP, (1g-0a—1pts)
Chicago Blackhawks (6)
Patrick Sharp, F, Vermont, 12GP, (7g-4a—11pts)
Duncan Keith, D, Michigan State, 12GP, (1g-8a—9pts)
Jonathon Toews, F, North Dakota, 12GP, (1g-5a—6pts)
Nick Leddy, D, Minnesota, 12GP, (0g-2a—2pts)
Victor Stalberg, F, Vermont, 10GP, (0G-2A—2pts)
Brandon Bollig, F, St. Lawrence, 5GP, (0g-0a—0pts)
Detroit Red Wings (6) (Eliminated by the Chicago Blackhawks 4-3)
Gustav Nyquist, F, Maine, 14GP, (2g-3a—5pts)
Brendan Smith, F, Wisconsin, 14GP, (2g-3a—5pts)
Justin Abdelkader, F, Michigan State, 12GP, (2g-1a—3pts)
Patrick Eaves, F, Boston College, 13GP, (1g-2a—3pts)
Danny Dekeyser, D, Western Michigan, 2GP, (0g-0a—0pts)
Jimmy Howard, G, Maine, 7-7, .924 SV%, 2.44 GAA
LA Kings (5)
Dustin Penner, F, Maine, 13GP, (2g-1a—3pts)
Alec Martinez, D, Miami, 6Gp, (0g-2a—2pts)
Rob Scuderi, D, Boston College, 13GP, (0g-2a—2pts)
Matt Greene, D, North Dakota, 4GP, (0g-1a—1pts)
Jonathan Quick, UMass, 13GP, 8-5, .948 SV% 1.50 GAA
New York Rangers (6) (Eliminated by the Boston Bruins 4-1)
Carl Hagelin, F, Michigan, 12GP, (3g-3a—6pts)
Brian Boyle, F, Boston College, 11GP, (3g-2a—5pts)
Derek Stepan, F, Wisconsin, 12GP, (4g-1a—5pts)
Ryan McDonagh, D, Wisconsin, 10GP, (1g-3a—4pts)
Chris Kreider, F, Boston College, 8GP, (1g-1a—2pts)
Darroll Powe, F, Princeton, 3GP, (0g-0a—0pts)
Ottawa Senators (6) (Eliminated by the Pittsburgh Penguins 4-1)
Kyle Turris, F, Wisconsin, 10GP, (6g-3a—9pts)
Erik Condra, F, Notre Dame, 10GP, (1g-6a—7pts)
Cory Conacher, F, Canisius College 8GP, (3g-0a—3pts)
Colin Greening, F, Cornell, 10GP, (3g-1a—4pts)
Eric Gryba, D, Boston University, 4Gp, (0g-0a—0pts)
Patrick Wiercioch, D, Denver, 1GP, (0g-0a—0pts)
Pittsburgh Penguins (9)
Paul Martin, D, Minnesota, 11GP, (2g-7a—9pts)
Chris Kunitz, F, Ferris State, 11GP, (4g-5a—9pts)
Douglas Murray, D, Cornell, 11GP, (2g-1a—3pts)
Mark Eaton, D, Notre Dame, 7GP, (0g-3a—3pts)
Matt Niskanen, D, Duluth, 11GP, (0g-2a—2pts)
Brooks Orpik, D, Boston College, 8GP, (1g-1a—2pts)
Craig Adams, F, Harvard, 11GP, (0g-1a—1pts)
Tanner Glass, F, Dartmouth, 5GP, (1g-0a—1pts)
Beau Bennett, F, Denver, 4GP, (1g-0a—1pts)
San Jose Sharks (8) (Eliminated by the San Jose Sharks 4-3)
Joe Pavelski, F, Wisconsin, 11GP, (4g-8a—12pts)
Dan Boyle, D, Miami, 11GP, (3g-5a—8pts)
Tommy Wingels, F, Miami, 11GP, (0g-2a—2pts)
T.J. Galiardi, F, Dartmouth, 11GP, (1g-1a—2pts)
Justin Braun, D, UMass, 11GP, (0g-1a—1pts)
Matt Irwin, D, UMass, 11GP, (0g-1a—1pts)
Tim Kennedy, F, Michigan State, 3GP, (0g-0a—0pts)
Adam Burish, F, Wisconsin, 6GP, (0g-0a—0pts)
Cross-posted at the Hockey Writers Combine.