Found May 22, 2012 on Rock the Red:
The Rod Langway Trophy is awarded annually to the Washington Capitals player who was acquired in trade and most benefited the Caps the throughout the regular season. "Most benefitted" is determined by tangible output (goals, faceoffs won), intangible factors (leadership, energy), and cost versus reward. The winner of trophy is determined by the bloggers of Rock the Red through bickering, bribing, voting, and several games of rock/paper/scissors. Previous winners of the Rod Langway Trophy were Jason Chimera in 2009-10 and Jason Arnott in 2010-11. Will another Jason steal away the trophy this year? Read on to find out! The nominees are, in alphabetical order... Troy Brouwer On June 24, 2011 (the first day of the 2011 NHL Draft)Troy Brouwer brought his size, grit, and Stanley Cup experience to the Capitals from the Blackhawks in exchange for Washington's first round pick in the 2011 NHL Entry Draft. In his 82 games with the Caps this season, he contributed 18 goals a...
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