Few things can bring NHL fans out of their seats like an ace-stick handler. It's one of the toughest skills to hone as a professional player—the hand-eye coordination necessary, as well as the hockey sense needed to know where the puck is at all times, on top of doing these creative things at top speeds.
There are a few NHLers that have had their flashes of brilliance when it comes to puck handling. Miniature blackout periods, where the player is asked what happened after the game, only to be unsure of how to answer.
Then there are the guys who are perfectly aware of what they are doing with the puck at all times—guys whose creativity seems to know no bounds and who cause a small rumble in the stands every time they take off down the ice.