Milan Lucic Carrying New Crown, Labeled Most Valuable Bruins Scorer

Milan Lucic isn’t necessarily known as a sniper, but the Bruins winger, who has a team-high 19 goals this season, is the club’s most valuable goal scorer, based on calculations gathered by DieByTheBlade.com’s Rafal Ladysz.

Below is a rundown of every NHL team’s “most valuable scorer” as of Tuesday morning. For those who just want to see the top snipers, they are, in order: Steven Stamkos, Sidney Crosby, Corey Perry, Rick Nash, Logan Couture, Mikhail Grabovski, Ryan Kesler and Daniel Sedin.

Anaheim Ducks: 137 goals for
Corey Perry, 25 goals = 18.24 percent

Atlanta Thrashers: 151 goals for
Andrew Ladd Or Dustin Byfuglien, 16 goals = 10.59 percent

Boston Bruins: 150 goals for
Milan Lucic, 19 goals = 12.66 percent

Buffalo Sabres: 134 goals for
Thomas Vanek, 18 goals = 13.43 percent

Calgary Flames: 140 goals for
Jarome Iginla, 21 goals = 15 percent

Carolina Hurricanes: 149 goals for
Eric Staal, 23 goals = 15.43 percent

Chicago Blackhawks: 155 goals for
Patrick Sharp, 25 goals = 16.12 percent

Colorado Avalanche: 159 goals for
Matt Duchene, 19 goals = 11.94 percent

Columbus Blue Jackets: 128 goals for
Rick Nash, 22 goals = 17.18 percent

Dallas Stars: 144 goals for
James Neal Or Brad Richards, 20 goals = 13.88 percent

Detroit Red Wings: 163 goals for
Johan Franzen, 20 goals = 12.26 percent

Edmonton Oilers: 117 goals for
Taylor Hall, 15 goals = 12.82 percent

Florida Panthers: 126 goals for
David Booth, 14 goals = 11.11 percent

Los Angeles Kings: 140 goals for
Justin Williams or Ryan Smyth, 18 goals = 12.85 percent

Minnesota Wild: 126 goals for
Mikko Koivu Or Brent Burns, 14 goals = 11.11 percent

Montreal Canadiens: 128 goals for
Tomas Plekanec or Brian Gionta, 16 goals = 12.5 percent

Nashville Predators: 133 goals for
Patric Hornqvist, 15 goals = 11.27 percent

New Jersey Devils: 100 goals for
Ilya Kovalchuk, 14 goals = 14 percent

New York Islanders: 117 goals for
John Tavares, 18 goals = 15.38 percent

New York Rangers: 145 goals for
Brandon Dubinsky Or Brian Boyle, 17 goals = 11.72 percent

Ottawa Senators: 106 goals for
Daniel Alfredsson, 14 goals = 13.2 percent

Philadelphia Flyers: 169 goals for
Daniel Briere, 25 goals = 14.79 percent

Phoenix Coyotes: 141 goals for
Lee Stempniak, 14 goals = 9.92 percent

Pittsburgh Penguins: 153 goals for
Sidney Crosby, 32 goals = 20.91 percent

San Jose Sharks: 137 goals for
Logan Couture, 22 goals = 16.05 percent

St. Louis Blues: 129 goals for
David Backes, 16 goals = 12.4 percent

Tampa Bay Lightning: 152 goals for
Steven Stamkos, 38 goals = 25 percent

Toronto Maple Leafs: 124 goals for
Mikhail Grabovski, 20 goals = 16.12 percent

Vancouver Canucks: 163 goals for
Daniel Sedin Or Ryan Kesler, 27 goals = 16.56 percent

Washington Capitals: 140 goals for
Alexander Ovechkin, 19 goals = 13.57 percent

For those interested in more of Ladysz’s impressive work, click here for last year’s list.

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