Edmonton Oilers captain Connor McDavid is still regarded as the NHL’s top forward while Pittsburgh’s Sidney Crosby holds sway again in numerous categories among his peers. Crosby was voted the league's most complete player, according to the results of the NHL Players’ Association’s annual poll of players released Tuesday. The NHLPA says 588 players participated in the 21-question poll. Players overwhelming favored relaxing the game-day dress code of having to wear a suit and tie. They voted 411 to 152 in favoring the NHL adopt the NBA’s dress-code policy, which requires players wearing “business or conservative attire.”