The Atlantic Division may not be the league's toughest division to play in, but it does feature some sharp shooters. This week's question is: which Atlantic Division sniper is the most underrated?
Steven Stamkos - Tampa Bay Lightning
A two-time winner of the Rocket Richard Trophy, Stamkos is no stranger to accolades. Despite suffering a serious leg injury in 2013-2014 that kept him out of the 2014 Olympics, Stamkos scored 25 goals in 37 games. It's possible that Stamkos is even better than we think.
Max Pacioretty - Montreal Canadians
After scoring 33 goals in 79 games in 2011-2012, Pacioretty bested his previous high this past season with 39 goals, good for fourth in league scoring, in 72 games this season.
Phil Kessel - Toronto Maple Leafs
Kessel reached the 30+ goal plateau for the fifth time in his career in 2013-2014 at just 26. Tyler Bozak is his centre.
Bobby Ryan - Ottawa Senators
Ryan's first season in Ottawa was disrupted by injury and led to a disappointing 23 goals in 70 games. Still, the 27-year-old has four seasons of 30+ goals at the NHL level.