F Sidney Crosby
After failing to record a point in his 18th game of the season, Crosby remains stuck on a single-digit point total (two goals, seven assists), slotting him behind no fewer than 154 players in the NHL’s scoring race.
G Tuukka Rask
Following a 5-4 loss to San Jose, Tuukka Rask’s save percentage dropped to a disastrous .890 – a severe drop-off from his career mark of .925. Rask also has a losing record of 5-7-1, and has been outplayed by Jonas Gustavsson, who has gone 3-1-0 with a save percentage of .912.
Flyers F Jakub Voracek, Ducks F Ryan Getzlaf
For the sake of convenience, let’s lump Jakub Voracek and Ryan Getzlaf together, if only based on the absurd fact that 322 players have scored more goals than each of these forwards, who sit on one apiece.
Getzlaf gets the edge on the disappointment spectrum by firing only 34 shots in 15 games, while Voracek is at least putting the puck on net with great frequency, averaging 3.4 shots per game for a total of 62 in 18 games.
Source: The Score