Those offensive numbers are impossible to ignore.
3. Shea Webber, Predators
Like Green, evolving into a contender for years to come.
1. Steve Mason, Blue Jackets
Columbus’ late-season push has him back atop the list.
2. Tim Thomas, Bruins
Boston’s late-season stumbles are not helping his cause.
3. Niklas Backstrom, Wild
Minnesota needs to make the playoffs for him to have a chance.
Patrick Sharp, Blackhawks
The Blackhawks have struggled a bit in recent weeks after ascending to the No. 4 spot in the Western Conference, and not having Sharp in the lineup may have a lot to do with that. Sharp scored a pair of goals in his return from a knee injury Sunday. He adds a much-needed boost of scoring depth and could help make the young Blackhawks dangerous in the postseason.