The NHL has revealed its annual rankings for the NHLPA, the union representing players in the National Hockey League, which is in the midst of a strike.

The list includes:1.

Sidney Crosby, Pittsburgh Penguins: The captain and two-time Hart Trophy winner has been voted to the top three spots in the annual NHLPA Top 10.2.

Joe Thornton, San Jose Sharks: The Norris Trophy winner and three-time Vezina Trophy winner is second in the category behind Crosby.3.

Corey Perry, Anaheim Ducks: The fourth-year veteran has the second-highest overall ranking among forwards with 12.5, behind only Crosby.4.

James van Riemsdyk, Calgary Flames: The fifth-year winger and three time Selke Trophy winner ranks third in the list behind Perry and van Riemdeksyk.5.

Ryan Kesler, Anaheim Angels: The top scorer is second overall in the rankings behind van Riemendtik, who has 11 goals.6.

Jarome Iginla, Los Angeles Kings: The seventh-year center has five goals and five assists in the Top 10, and leads the NHL with 24 points in 51 games.7.

Alexander Ovechkin, Washington Capitals: The reigning Norris Trophy candidate leads the list with 12 goals and 24 points.8.

Corey Crawford, New York Islanders: The eighth-year forward leads the league with 21 goals and 27 points.9.

Claude Giroux, Philadelphia Flyers: The Flyers defenseman has six goals in the top 10, but is tied for second with 20 points.10.

Ryan McDonagh, Florida Panthers: The second-year left winger has 11 points in 46 games.11.

John Tavares, New Jersey Devils: The rookie captain leads the All-Star Team, but has four goals and seven assists in 46 regular season games.12.

Jonathan Quick, Los Los Angeles Bruins: The third-year defenseman leads the Bruins with 12 points in 36 games.13.

Pavel Datsyuk, Tampa Bay Lightning: The sixth-year captain has 12 points, but was fourth in the All Star voting with 12, ahead of goalie Henrik Lundqvist.14.

Henrik Sedin, Vancouver Canucks: The Sedin twins lead the NHL in goals with 30, behind the league leaders.15.

Alex Ovechuk, New Orleans Saints: The All-Pro defenseman leads a trio of NHL rookies with 11 points, including his first two seasons with the Saints.16.

Alex Galchenyuk and Nikita Kucherov, New England Patriots: The two Russian centers lead the league in points with 22.15, but Galchenyk and Kuclov have two goals each.17.

Sidney Irving, Boston Bruins: Irving leads the team with 28 points and is tied with Alex Oved for second in goals among rookies.18.

David Krejci, Chicago Blackhawks: The Blackhawks goaltender is tied in points for the sixth-straight season with 28, behind Alex Ousted for the top spot.19.

Joe Pavelski, Boston Capitals: Pavelski leads the way with 24 goals and 28 points in 54 games.20.

Henrique Lemieux, Montreal Canadiens: The Russian winger leads the Canadiens with 34 points, while Lemiex is third with 20.21.

Alex Steen, Edmonton Oilers: The Oilers goaltender leads the Oilers with 18 wins, but Steen is tied and tied for third with 17 goals.22.

Martin St. Louis, St. Paul Saints: St. Lucie defenseman is third in scoring among defensemen with 30 points, behind Ovechyuk for the third spot.23.

David Booth, Arizona Coyotes: Booth leads the Coyotes with 21 assists, the third-highest total among defense men.24.

Jakub Voracek, Philadelphia Eagles: Voraceks has 20 points in 47 games, which tied for fourth in points among defense for the season.25.

Jonathan Toews, Chicago Bulls: The former All-Stars teammate leads the Chicago Blackhawks with 23 goals and 36 points in 69 games.26.

Steven Stamkos, Tampa Lightning: Stamkos leads the Lightning with 31 goals, while linemate Victor Hedman has 21.27.

Carey Price, New Hampshire Wildcats: Price leads the Wildcats with 31 points, and linemate Nicklas Backstrom has 19.28.

Jonathan Bernier, Toronto Maple Leafs: The Maple Leafs goalie has 25 wins in 33 games, but Bernier is tied to second with 23 losses.29.

Jhonas Enroth, Edmonton Jets: The Jets goaltender is fifth in the league, behind Dustin Byfuglien with 30 wins.30.

Mark Scheifele, Winnipeg Jets: Scheifel has 23 points in 43 games, tied for eighth among goalies in the standings.31.

Daniel Sedin and Henrik Zetterberg, Vancouver Bruins: Sedin leads the Canucks with 32