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Pittsburgh Penguins superstar Sidney Crosby has once again been ranked the NHLs No. 1 player, as revealed Wednesday night on the NHL on TSN Top 50 Players special. For the first time, TSNs Top 50 ranking was determined by a group of 14 NHL coaches and general managers, representing seven Eastern Conference teams and seven Western Conference teams. This years NHL on TSN Top 50 Players features nine new players, four goalies, 10 defencemen and 26 players from Canada. The Stanley Cup champion Chicago Blackhawks have five players on the list, the most of any NHL team. Just missing the Top 50 was Montreal Canadiens goalie Carey Price, who was ranked No. 51. See below for the full NHL on TSN Top 50 Players ranking and an additional breakdown of notable omissions, biggest risers and fallers and players by country and position. You can voice their opinion on the Top 50 ranking by using the hashtag #TSNTop50 on Twitter and on TSN.ca with Your! Call. NHL ON TSN TOP 50 PLAYERS 1. Sidney Crosby 2. Evgeni Malkin 3. Jonathan Toews 4. Steven Stamkos 5. Pavel Datsyuk 6. Zdeno Chara 7. Alex Ovechkin 8. Shea Weber 9. Patrick Kane 10. Claude Giroux 11. Erik Karlsson 12. Henrik Zetterberg 13. John Tavares 14. Henrik Lundqvist 15. Ryan Getzlaf 16. Patrice Bergeron 17. Ryan Suter 18. Anze Kopitar 19. Drew Doughty 20. Duncan Keith 21. Henrik Sedin 22. Jonathan Quick 23. Zach Parise 24. Corey Perry 25. Daniel Sedin 26. Martin St. Louis 27. P.K. Subban28. Eric Staal29. Rick Nash30. Alex Pietrangelo31. Logan Couture32. Marian Hossa33. Kris Letang34. James Neal35. Joe Thornton36. Matt Duchene37. Jamie Benn38. Jason Spezza39. Taylor Hall40. Nicklas Backstrom41. Pekka Rinne42. Milan Lucic43. Phil Kessel44. Oliver Ekman-Larsson45. Sergei Bobrovsky46. David Krejci47. Patrick Sharp48. Dustin Brown49. Thomas Vanek50. Mikko Koivu Whos Missing? Goaltender Carey Price: Ranked No. 51Goaltender Corey Crawford: Stanley Cup-winning goalieGoaltender Craig Anderson: 2012-13 NHL-leading save percentage: .941No Canadian goalie among the four named to the Top 50 listLeft winger Chris Kunitz: First Team All-Star in 2012-13Defenceman Francois Beauchemin: Second Team All-Star in 2012-13 Teams With the Most Players on Top 50 Chicago: 5 (Toews, Kane, Keith, Hossa, Sharp)Pittsburgh: 4 (Crosby, Malkin, Letang, Neal)Boston: 4 (Chara, Bergeron, Lucic, Krejci)Los Angeles: 4 (Kopitar, Doughty, Quick, Brown) Nine New Members of Top 50 27. P.K. Subban 36. Matt Duchene 42. Milan Lucic 44. Oliver Ekman-Larsson 45. Sergei Bobrovsky46. David Krejci47. Patrick Sharp49. Thomas Vanek50. Mikko Koivu Rising from 2012-13 to 2013-14 Patrick Kane 38 to 9 Duncan Keith 49 to 20 Ryan Getzlaf 34 to 15 Patrice Bergeron 35 to 16 Falling from 2012-13 to 2013-14 Daniel Sedin 8 to 25Henrik Sedin 9 to 21Pekka Rinne 27 to 41 Dropped Out From 2012-13 Top 50 18. I. Kovalchuk, NJ 25. J. Eberle, Edm 31. T. Seguin, Dal 37. J. Iginla, Bos 42. B. Richards, NYR44. M. Richards, LA45. M. Gaborik, CBJ46. J. Staal, Car48. R. Nugent-Hopkins, Edm Players By Country Canada (26) 1. Crosby 3. Toews 4. Stamkos 8. Weber 10. Giroux 13. Tavares 15. Getzlaf 16. Bergeron19. Doughty20. Keith23. Perry26. St. Louis27. Subban28. E. Staal29. Nash30. Pietrangelo31. Couture33. Letang34. Neal35. Thornton36. Duchene37. Benn38. Spezza39. Hall42. Lucic47. Sharp USA (6) 9. Kane17. Suter22. Quick23. Parise43. Kessel48. Brown Russia (4) 2. Malkin5. Datsyuk7. Ovechkin45. Bobrovsky Sweden (7) 11. Karlsson12. Zetterberg14. Lundqvist21. H. Sedin25. D. Sedin40. Backstrom44. Ekman-Larsson Finland (2) 41. Rinne 50. Koivu Slovakia (2) 6. Chara32. Hossa Slovenia (1) 18. Kopitar Czech Rep. (1) 46. Krejci Austria (1) 49. Vanek Players By Position Goaltender (4) 14. Lundqvist 22. Quick 41. Rinne 45. Bobrovsky Defence (10) 6. Chara8. Weber 11. Karlsson17. Suter 19. Doughty 20. Keith 27. Subban 30. Pietrangelo 33. Letang 44. Ekman-Larsson Left Wing (9) 23. Parise25. D. Sedin29. Nash37. Benn39. Hall42. Lucic47. Sharp 48. Brown49. Vanek Centre (20) 1. Crosby2. Malkin3. Toews4. Stamkos 5. Datsyuk10. Giroux12. Zetterberg13. Tavares15. Getzlaf16. Bergeron18. Kopitar21. H. Sedin28. E. Staal31. Couture 35. Thornton36. Duchene38. Spezza Right Wing (7) 7. Ovechkin9. Kane24. Perry26. St. Louis32. Hossa34. Neal43. Kessel Custom Jacksonville Jaguars Jerseys. -- Craig Anderson has quite a record against his former team, the Florida Panthers. Tanner Lee Jaguars Jersey. -- Mississippis Andrew Ritter said his game-winning, 41-yard field goal felt good off his foot. http://www.jaguarsfootballpro.com/Jaguars-Taven-Bryan-Jersey/. The 29-year-old from Port Colborne, Ont., who trains out of San Diego, will fight bantamweight champion (Rowdy) Ronda Rousey on July 5 in the co-main event of UFC 175 in Las Vegas. 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Bowditch finished at 8-under 280 at TPC San Antonio and earned $1,116,000. "Every time I got out of check, looking ahead to the Masters and winning golf events and making my speeches before I was finished, I had to pull myself in check every time," said Bowditch, wearing a green shirt. "And it happened a lot today." Bowditch, based in Dallas, entered the week 339th in the world and had only two top-10 finishes in eight years on the tour. He won once on the Australasian circuit and twice on the Web.Com Tour. "Hes been a battler. Hes gone through a lot in his life," said John Senden, a fellow Australian who won the Valspar Championship two weeks ago. Senden waited about an hour after his round to shake Bowditchs hand. "That last putt wasnt his best, but to finish it off he was as coool as a cucumber really," Senden said.dddddddddddd"Im proud to be his mate." Will MacKenzie and Daniel Summerhays tied for second. MacKenzie shot 70, and Summerhays had a 71. 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