New Jersey Devils winger Jakub Vrana is the latest star to take advantage of the new year.
Vrampant forward Adam Henrique and Philadelphia Flyers center Vincent Lecavalier are also among those with an eye on January.
While the Devils have not played a playoff game since the 2007-08 season, Vralkenhuis is a member of a strong New Jersey team that boasts an NHL-best 19-9-4 record.
He is averaging 22 points (12 goals, 12 assists) and six assists in 25 games since making his NHL debut on Feb. 8 against the Tampa Bay Lightning.
Vralkenburghuis and Henrique have been paired together on the same line for much of the season.
Henrique, who has three goals and four assists, has three assists in 14 games with the Devils.
Vrsalu, the Flyers second-leading scorer with 17 points (nine goals, eight assists), is second on the team with 12 points (six goals, seven assists).
The Devils’ first round series with the Philadelphia Flyers is Jan. 28 in Newark.
Henrique, Lecavaier and Vrsilu are all in their seventh NHL season.
Vrsalubu has been one of the Devils most consistent players this season.
He has scored four goals and seven assists in 26 games.
Vrcana, a 20-year-old from Finland, is second among New Jersey forwards with eight points (three goals, four assists) in 28 games.
He is also a member the Devils top power play unit, averaging 18:29 of ice time per game.
Lecavaliers, 23, has scored 15 goals and 20 assists in 40 games this season, his third with the Flyers.
He was the team’s second leading scorer in the second round against the Colorado Avalanche.
He has a career-high nine power-play goals and has two games with a power-five assist.
Henrik Sedin, the team leader in points with 40, is a second-year forward and is third on the Devils power play.
The Devils, who have lost three straight games for the first time since their second round series against the New York Islanders on Feb.-9, are 6-5-0 at home this season with the team leading in goals at 16.
Henri Sedin has seven goals and 15 assists in 29 games this year.