Things can get a little crazy in the NHL when the end of the regular season collides with the start of the playoffs. In an effort to achieve order Sam Mills Jersey amidst the chaos, here's an alphabetical look at the season that wasand post-season that will be:A is forAnaheim's no-name No. 1 center Andy McDonald, the NHL's breakout player of the year after scoring 34 goals and 85 points in 82 games. In four previous abbreviated seasons, McDonald had 27 goals and 80 points in 194 games.B is forwell, Brian Burke comes to mind, for his first-year performance as Anaheim's GM, knowing when to hold em Daryl Worley Jersey (McDonald, Teemu Selanne, J-S Giguere) and knowing when to fold em (Sergei Fedorov, plus every other forward that was on a top-two line, save for Selanne).C is forCheechoo, Jonathan. And his 49 goals in 58 games with Joe Thornton.D is forDany Heatley, who got the fresh start in Ottawa that he desperately needed, and has made the most of it. His 22-game point streak to start the season stood up as the league's longest in 2005-06.E is forEric Staal, who didn't give the sophomore jinx a chance in his second NHL Andrew Norwell Jersey season.F is forthe 50-goal plateau, which four players have reached this year after only two managed to do so in the past three seasons. (Heatley could make it five.)G is forGoaltenders, the forgotten goaltenders, who saw their GAA jump Carolina Panthers Jersey up by half-a-goal this season as opposing forwards camped in their crease or crashed right through it while obstruction-only officials penalized their defensemen for slowing up the rambunctious wingers.H is forHuet, as in, Who are you, Huet? Cristobal Huet, the Habs' starting goaltender and a native of France, is as unlikely an NHL star as his backup, Swi s stopper David Aebischer.I is forIginla, Jarome. When it comes to Iginla, there is an I' in team.