There is nothing more frustrating than to look at a bad team and think, "Look at all of that wasted talent."
With the NHL season starting to hit the home stretch, it has become pretty obvious who the bad teams in the league are.
Many of these teams are full of young up-and-coming players, while others have players at the end of their career.
This slideshow includes 10 players who would do amazing things if on another team, but are unfortunately stuck on a bad team.
Feel free to comment below with what players you would add to this list.
John Tavares is actually having a great season for the Islanders, even if the team as a whole sits in second-to-last in the east.
Tavares has 21 goals and 26 assists, putting him in 29th place in league scoring. The Islanders have been so bad that even with those 47 points, Tavares is minus-21.
The Islanders have a lot of young studs like Tavares and may be a threat if they don't give them all away.
Matt Duchene is one of the great young talents in the league and is actually putting up identical number to Tavares (21 goals, 24 assists).
Even though Duchene's team has eight more losses than wins, he has still managed to post only a minus-three.
Duchene was the third overall pick in the 2009 draft and is looking every bit worth it so far.
The first overall pick in last year's draft is already putting up solid numbers for the Oilers, who are the worst team in the league.
Hall has 17 goals and 17 assists on the season and is minus-eight.
Hall will be very good moving forward, and it looks as though he may have another first pick joining him in Edmonton soon.
Ryan Whitney is a teammate of Taylor Hall's and has been an assist machine so far this season.
Whitney has 25 assists as a defenseman to go along with his two goals.
Whitney has played on some good teams in the past, including the Penguins and Ducks, but right now is stuck with the Oilers.
The Colorado Avalanche are struggling of late, but the blame cannot be put on Paul Stastny.
Stastny has 17 goals and 28 assists so far this season and is looking to drive the Avalanche back into the playoffs.
Stastny has had three years of over 70 points with the Avalanche and will need to repeat that if they want to get out of the cellar this season.
At the age of 20, Erik Karlsson still has plenty of time to be on a great team, but right now, his Senators are the exact opposite of that.
Karlsson himself is having a great year for a defenseman, with nine goals and 23 assists.
Karlsson also has paid the price for being on a bad team and has a minus-25 rating, mainly because he is playing 25 minutes a night.
Michael Grabner may end up winning the Rookie of the Year award, and it would be very impressive considering the Islanders are so bad this year.
Grabner has great numbers on the season with 25 goals (13th in the league) and 10 assists. Even more impressive are his three shorthanded goals and his plus-11 rating.
Grabner has been very impressive of late, scoring nine goals and assisting twice in the past five games.
The St. Louis Blues started off hot, but things have gone south since then and they are on the very edge of the playoff picture.
David Backes has managed to keep up a great season with 20 goals and 21 assists. He is also plus-15, even though the Blues as a whole are minus-16.
Backes has only reached the playoffs once in his career, and only for four games. It doesn't seem likely he will add to either of those stats this year.
I'm not even sure if the New Jersey Devils should fall into the category of bad teams with how good they have been of late, but if they did, Patrick Elias would qualify.
Elias has managed to go only minus-two, where as his teammate Ilya Kovalchuk is minus-22.
Elias has also had a great season, scoring 14 goals and assisting on 29 others.
Vokoun would likely be considered one of the best goalies in the league if he were not stuck on the Panthers.
He has managed to go 19-19-4 on a team that is pretty offensively challenged. Of his 19 wins, five of them have been shutouts.
Vokoun is eighth in save percentage in the league, even though he is 16th in the league in goals against.