In soccer, there is a group of forwards that people call "poachers". The name's origin can be easily explained by describing a typical poacher goal: A player makes a dazzling run into the box and takes a lovely shot, only for it to be deflected by the goalkeeper, a defender or the goalpost and fall right in front of a forward who is all too happy to score the easy goal. Forwards like this tend to not be particularly skillful or great at any one aspect of the game, they could be big or small, fast or slow, quite often somewhere in the middle. If they are particularly good at anything it's being in the right place at the right time and being able to get a shot off in tight spots. Haters call it luck, some may call it a lethal instinct for goals, others may call it a keen knowledge of all the tricks in the bag of a forward and a sense for how plays develop. Assuming such a group of players exists in hockey, who would be the best "poachers" in NHL history? Do not confuse this with power forwards who have their own skill-set that they are great at, but rather players who do not seem to be that great on their own terms but seem to manage to get goals on savvy and timing.