He is Mr. Everything.
Anze Kopitar has proved throughout his young career with the Los Angeles Kings that he can do it all. He can put up points, win faceoffs, play strong hockey without the puck in all three zones and excel in any situation.
Without Kopitar, the Kings would suddenly find themselves not as deep at center and lacking a pure playmaker and dominant faceoff man. They would also lose considerable leadership both on and off the ice.
He may not have won the Conn Smythe Trophy in 2012 or 2014, but it's hard to imagine the Kings hoisting the Stanley Cup without him.
Overall, he is the team's most valuable and most important player, coming in just slightly ahead of Doughty.
Stats courtesy of NHL.com.