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NHL ANNOUNCES 2011-12 ALL-STAR TEAMS
LAS VEGAS (June 20, 2012)—Center Evgeni Malkin of the Pittsburgh Penguins and defenseman Shea Weber of the Nashville Predators have been voted to the First All-Star Team for the third and second time, respectively, as the National Hockey League today released voting results for its postseason All-Star Teams. Malkin received First Team honors for the third time in the past five seasons, while Weber captured his second consecutive First Team berth.
Joining Malkin and Weber are four first-time First Team All-Stars:New York Rangers goaltender Henrik Lundqvist, Ottawa Senators defenseman Erik Karlsson, New Jersey Devils left wing Ilya Kovalchuk and Penguins right wing James Neal.
Among those named to the Second Team is Tampa Bay Lightning center Steven Stamkos, repeating Second Team honors from 2011 after tallying a League-leading and career-high 60 goals. Boston Bruins defenseman Zdeno Chara is a postseason All-Star for the sixth ti...
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Evgeni Malkin arrived in Vegas knowing that he would absolutely be taking home the Art Ross Trophy for the most points scored in a season. But Malkin walked away with two more trophies. He also won the Ted Lindsay award which is the trophy for an outstanding player voted on by his peers and he won the big one the Hart Trophy which is the league MVP. This is Malkin’s first...
Pittsburgh Penguins center Evgeni Malkin has won the Hart Trophy as the NHL's most valuable player.
The Russian superstar and NHL scoring champion won the Hart for the first time Wednesday night at the NHL Awards ceremony at the Wynn Las Vegas casino.
Malkin beat out Tampa Bay Lightning forward Steven Stamkos and New York Rangers goalie Henrik Lundqvist, who won the Vezina...
Pittsburgh's Evgeni Malkin has won the Ted Lindsay Award as the NHL's top player in voting by his peers.
The NHL scoring champion received the award Wednesday night at the league's postseason awards ceremony.
Malkin had 50 goals and 59 assists, easily winning the NHL scoring title by 12 points over Tampa Bay's Steven Stamkos, his fellow Lindsay Award nominee. Malkin...
On Wednesday, the National Hockey League will hand out its annual achievement awards. For the second consecutive season, the Nashville Predators are nominated for four trophies. For the third straight, David Poile is up for General Manager of the Year. Pekka Rinne and Shea Weber are each nominated for second consecutive seasons for tops in their respective positions, and Mike Fisher...
Defenseman and Nashville Predators team captain Shea Weber was nominated for the Norris Trophy as the league’s best defenseman. But apparently, those who vote for “the best defenseman” still tend to vote for the defenseman “with the most points” because that’s who won it.Ottawa’s Erik Karlsson tallied 78 points in his third NHL season to bring home his first piece...
Evgeni Malkin of the Pittsburgh Penguins speaks onstage after winning the Art Ross Trophy during the 2012 NHL Awards.The NHL Awards Show was broadcast on television Wednesday night from Las Vegas, where numerous NHL stars received awards for their performances this season. Unfortunately, there weren't any Caps that were even nominated for a trophy. Here is a breakdown of all...
The hockey season may be over, but it's still a busy week for the NHL. The NHL Awards Show will take place in Las Vegas on Wednesday night, and then it'll be back to the drawing board for general managers across the league, as the NHL draft is set for Friday and Saturday in Pittsburgh. That means it's a perfect opportunity to look back on the season that was, while also...
After being narrowly edged out for the Norris Trophy by hockey legend Nicklas Lidstrom last year, Shea Weber was narrowly beaten by Ottawa Senators youngster Erik Karlsson.Only eight points separated the two in another year of close voting. Zdeno Chara was a distant third, 107 points behind Weber. Ryan Suter was eighth in the voting and ex-Pred Dan Hamhuis rounded out the top ten...
There's no justifiable argument against Evgeni Malkin winning the Hart Memorial Trophy. During a Pittsburgh Penguins season beset by injuries up and down their lineup and with character role players forming much of the team's depth, Malkin alleviated much of the pressure on others to perform in Crosby's absence by shaking off injuries of his own to appear in 75 games...
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Who should win: Evgeni Malkin
This is a bit of a tough call. Both Malkin and Stamkos make a great case as to why they should win the Hart. Stamkos hit the 60 goal mark this season while Malkin hit the 50 goal mark and was the only player to crack the 100 point mark, which is why he will win it tonight. If that’s not enough...
By Dustin Leed (@D_LEED)
It reminds you of the plague or something.
Black – and orange – death.
Trade rumors sweep across the computer screens of Philadelphia fans everywhere around this time of the year, leaving most fans with visions of Webers and Ryans and Suters and Nashes dancing in their heads.
And while most of the aforementioned names are extremely unlikely...
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Shea Weber of the Nashville Predators was once again by the slimmest of margins not voted the winner of the Norris Trophy for Best ALL AROUND Defenseman. The award went to Erik Karlsson who had an outstanding year offensively to lead all other defensemen by 25 points. Many would argue that Karlsson does not play the “all around” game that...
Of the NHL Awards announced yesterday I think the biggest mistake the voters made was the Norris Trophy. Erik Karlsson of the Ottawa Senators won the award, Shea Weber of the Nashville Predators was the runner up and Zdeno Chara of the Boston Bruins finished third. These three players were far ahead of the other vote recipients and were clearly the class of the 2011/12 defencemen...
The season is over, and the Stanley Cup has been awarded. But the NHL still has some hardware to hand out. In just a few days the NHL will hand out the Calder, Hart, Norris, Vezina and Jack Adams Trophy at the NHL Awards Show in Las Vegas, Nevada.The league’s best players will invade Sin City, and will wait for the crowning of the NHL’s best rookie, head coach, defenseman,...