The NHL season has reached the All-Star break with plenty of surprises and headlines from around the league.
There have been quite a few players who in the beginning of the season were not thought of to be top NHL players.
Throughout the first half of the season they have proved everyone wrong and shown they can play with the best and be the best as well.
It is no surprise that Alex Ovechkin, Steven Stamkos and Sidney Crosby are still the top players in the league and will continue to be for some time to come.
With the All-Star break and some down time in the NHL this weekend it is a good chance to look back at the first half and see who the top 10 players are at the break, as well as seeing who was in their spot before the season started.
Who is No. 1 at the break?
Who rose the highest from preseason rankings and who fell the farthest?
Let's take a look and see who the NHL's top 10 players are at the All-Star break.