At number 10 of the best-looking NHL players in the world is 5ft 11in (180cm) Sidney Crosby. He's been Pittsburgh Penguins captain for years. He led the squad to a six-game win over San Jose Sharks in 2016. In addition, Crosby won the Hart Memorial Trophy as MVP and the Lester B.
Andrew Ference, a five-team player, is ninth. Ference played with the Penguins, Flames, Bruins, Oilers, and Ceske Budejovice.
Ference is the NHL's first director of social impact, growth, and fan development.
Jarred Boll is 8th. Boll scored his first NHL goal on a breakaway against the Phoenix Coyotes in October 2007. Boll scored four goals for Columbus in 2008–09. Columbus Blue Jackets hired Boll on September 17, 2018.
Derick Brassard is the Flyers' center (NHL). Brassard was 5th.
Brassard played for the Blue Jackets, Rangers, Senators, Penguins, Panthers, Avalanche, Islanders, and Coyotes. In 2006, the Blue Jackets drafted him sixth overall. 2008 NHL Rookie of the Month: Brassard
Chris Higgins is next. Higgins led Yale with 31 points (14 goals, 17 assists) in 27 games as a freshman. ECAC Rookie of the Year. ECAC All-Rookie and Second All-Star Team. When he was still in college, the Montreal Canadiens picked him 14th overall in the 2002 NHL Entry Draft.
Our third pick is Carey Price. Hockey News and EA Sports believe Price is a top goalie. Beginning his junior career with American Tri-city, he earned the Del Wilson Trophy as WHL and CHL Goaltender of the Year. Price won silver medals at the 2004 World U17 Hockey Challenge and 2005 IIHF World U18 Championship for Canada.
Joffrey Lupul is second. Canadian ice hockey forward Lupul.
Lupul played for the Ducks, Oilers, Flyers, and Leafs. Lupul joined Toronto as a right-winger who shot right-handed but shifted to left-wing. He won East First All-Star Team in 2002 and World Junior Hockey Championship silver in 2003.
Henrik Lundqvist, 6'1", is the best-looking NHL player in the world.
Swedish ice hockey goalie Henrik Lundqvist. Lundqvist spent his whole 15-year career with the Rangers (NHL). He led the Swedish men's team to their second Olympic gold medal in Turin, Italy.