Alex Burrows is hated by many outside of Vancouver for his agitating style. But aside from that, he can score some really pretty, and also timely, goals.
His best season was 2009-2010, when he scored 35 goals, including multiple hat tricks (67 points) in 82 games, for a 0.47 goals per game average. And three of his goals (8.8 percent) were game winners.
During the Canucks playoff run to the Stanley Cup Finals last spring, he recorded nine goals (17 points) in 25 games for a 0.36 goals per game average. Two of those goals (22 percent) were game winners, including the Game 7 OT winner over the hated Blackhawks.
Also of note is that Burrows is one of only two players on this list that wasn't a high first round pick. (The other was Pavel Bure, but that was due to Pat Quinn's subterfuge at the draft in picking Bure when every other team thought he wasn't eligible.)
Burrows, on the other, hand went undrafted out of junior and toiled in the ECHL and AHL before getting a contract with the Canucks. He showed some skills when paired with a young Kesler on the Canucks third line, and that earned him a chance to try out as another of the revolving right wingers that so far had failed to mesh with the Sedins.
Burrows took that golden opportunity and ran with it, racking up goals and points where many first rounders and veteran NHL'ers had failed to before. It only took seven or eight years, but the Canucks had finally found a right winger to play with the Sedins.
Regular Season: 111 goals (6,107 points) in 443 games, for a 0.25 goals per game average. Fifteen of his goals (13.5 percent) were game winners.
Playoffs: 16 goals (28 points) in 58 games, for a 0.28 goals per game average. Three of those playoffs goals (18.8 percent) were game winners.