Adam Graves. The "NHL Good Guy." No one I know does as much charity work as he does, and he's a great leader on the ice as well as off. Ever notice how he's always the last one to leave the ice on the way back to the locker room? In so many ways, there's no greater player...or person...than Adam Graves. Click on his name below to visit the page dedicated to his accomplishments...both for the team and for the community.
If one player shows up to play every night, it's Mike York. He's a hard worker and what Messier described as "a coach's dream," and yet he's still a young player. He's only in his sophomore season, but his incredible impact on the team is already crystal clear. After a great rookie year (putting up good numbers on a suffering team), he was a contender for the Calder Trophy (of course, if you ask me, he deserved to win) and returned this season in even better shape. He's one player you can always count on, healthy, injured, or anything in between, to come out and play his best...which, by the way, is pretty darn good. Click the link below to find out more.