Keith Yandle was selected by his peers as the funniest player in the NHL in the NHLPA player poll.
Sidney Crosby beat out Connor McDavid in the NHLPA poll, as the one player his peers would want on their team to win one game.
Alexander Barabanov is garnering interest from the Maple Leafs. General manager Kyle Dubas told reporters, "We'll continue to pursue him as best we can," Terry Koshan of The Toronto Sun reports.
Carey Price was voted the best goalie in the NHLPA player poll.
Victor Hedman (undisclosed) beat out John Carlson for best defenseman in the NHLPA player pool.
Connor McDavid was voted the league's best forward by his peers in the NHLPA player poll.
Nikita Tryamkin would like to rejoin the Canucks ahead of the 2020-21 campaign, according to his agent, Todd Diamond, who told reporters, "It will be an easy transition and having been there before, he kind of knows what to expect," Ben Kuzma of The Providence reports.
Mark Barberio had zero points and a minus-4 rating in the seven games prior to the NHL pausing play due to the coronavirus.
Sean Couturier had 22 goals and 59 points with a plus-21 rating in 69 games prior to the league suspending play in March due to the coronavirus.
If the regular season does not resume, Artem Anisimov (upper body) has failed to play in 50 games for the first time in seven years, and it showed up in his scoring totals.
Colin White has notched eight points over his last nine games, making an otherwise tough season look a lot better.
Chris Tierney has seven points in his last nine games, his strongest stretch of the year.
Anthony Duclair has posted his first 40-point season since 2015-16, scoring a career high in goals with 23 so far in his first full season in Ottawa.
Bobby Ryan has scored four goals in the eight games following his comeback to perhaps cap off what was otherwise a difficult year with a positive note, should the regular season not be completed.
Connor Brown has scored seven points in his last nine contests and stands with a career-high 27 assists.
Brady Tkachuk's stats in Year 2 have almost duplicated his rookie season, as he currently has 21 goals and 23 assists, just one goal short of his maiden campaign.
Tyler Madden signed a three-year, entry-level contract with the Kings on Monday.
Nate Thompson (knee) has been given the all-clear and will be ready when the season resumes. General manager Chuck Fletcher told reporters, "Thompson's issues have resolved, he's cleared to play," Adam Kimelman of NHL.com reports.
Philippe Myers (kneecap) figures to be ready to go if the NHL season picks back up. General manager Chuck Fletcher told reporters, "Myers is doing well, he's over three weeks post-injury, he's feeling very good. I believe he would have been cleared to play prior to the end of the regular season as it was originally scheduled," Adam Kimelman of NHL.com reports.
Jeff Carter (lower body) is still working on his recovery during the league's shutdown, Jon Rosen of Fox Sports West reports.