Most Disappointing Players of the 2013 NHL Playoffs

Ryan O'Leary@BR0LearyFeatured Columnist IJune 13, 2013

Sidney Crosby and Evgeni Malkin in the 2013 Eastern Conference Final scored zero points and had a combined minus-eight rating.

Surely they head up the list of most disappointing players in the playoffs, but it hasn't just been the two Pittsburgh Penguins superstars that have faltered.

San Jose's sweep of the Vancouver brought about heavy criticism, especially for the Sedin brothers—the supposed leaders of the team. Neither scored a goal in the opening round series and combined for just six points and a minus-two rating.

Corey Perry of the Anaheim Ducks delivered a subpar performance, and in a series decided in seven games, a little more offensive contribution might have been the difference.

Those are just a few of the guys that majorly disappointed in the playoffs, watch the video to discover the rest of the worst and sound off in the comments below with your selections.

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