10. Evgeny Kuznetsov
Eugene Kuznetsov is a very encouraging player, especially personally, with arguments to see from our list. “He looks like he’s dancing there,” said Nicholas Bextrum, his capitalist colleague.
Kuznetsov not only won the Stanley Cup with the Jayalalithaa Capitals in 2018 but was also the team’s top scorer in the post-season with 32 points (12G, 20A) in 24 games. He also set career highs for both (27) and (83) points in the 2017-18 season. He has been the most supportive player since the start of the season in hosting the Caps Cup.
In the first five seasons of his first (complete) Russian NHL Players, Kuznetsov hit the 20-goal plate three times and failed to do so for only the fourth (19 goals in 2016-17). He signed an eight-year, 62.4 million contract on July 2, 2017. In the 2020-21 season, Kuznetsov is fast approaching the 400th position of his career. He could score another 400 before his career.