Much like I used a cluster analysis to analyze the defense in this post I did the same for forwards. There are two charts: one categorizing Player Type based on how many points he scored (P60) and goals against he conceded (GA60), and the other depicting the Scoring Type using goals per hour and assists per hour. Take a look, play with the filters, and notice that NJ players are circles whereas all other skaters are plus signs:
Player Type Chart
New Jersey's best players were undoubtedly Kyle Palmieri, Taylor Hall, and Travis Zajac who were all classified as Defensive players, but had scoring rates that had them bordering the Scorers category.
Surprisingly, Cammalleri, Josefson, Noesen and Bennett performed decently well in this analysis, escaping the label of "Grit".
However, Henrique, Wood, Parenteau, Zacha, Blandisi, and DSP all failed to achieve high enough P60 or low enough GA60 to escape the "Grit" labeling.
Scoring Type Chart