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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 award winners: Ted Lindsay (NHLPA's choice for most outstanding player): Evgeni Malkin (PIT) Jack Adams (coach of the year): Ken Hitchcock (STL) William M. Jennings (fewest goals allowed): Jaroslav Halak and Brian Elliot (STL) Art Ross (scoring leader): Evgeni Malkin (PIT) Maurice "Rocket" Richard (most goals): Steven Stamkos (TBL) Calder (rookie of the year) : Gabriel Landeskog (COL) GM of the year: Doug Armstrong (STL) Frank J. Selke (best defensive forward): Patrice Bergeron (BOS) Bill Masterton (perseverance, sportsmanship, and dedication): Max Pacioretty (MTL) King Clancy Me...
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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...
In the summer of 2010, Shero was all about the Pens' blue line. He signed Paul Martin and Zbynek Michalek to lengthy deals. And now only Paul Martin remains. Michalek is gone.
His 2010-2011 season made Shero look like a genius. From even the first preseason game, we all could see that Michalek's size alone was something the Pens' blue line needed. ...
Pittsburgh Penguins center Jordan Staal has turned down a 10-year offer to remain with the team, The Pittsburgh Tribune-Review reported, citing sources.
The 23-year-old, entering a final year of a four-year $16 million contract, has told team officials he is willing to sign with the Carolina Hurricanes if the team can organize a trade. Staal would become an unrestricted free-agent...
The Pittsburgh Penguins offered Jordan Staal a contract in the 10 year range, according to multiple sources. They had every intention on locking him up and keeping him in Pittsburgh for the rest of his career.
Unfortunately for the Pens, Staal feels quite differently about playing the rest of his career in the Steel City.
According to his agent, Staal has rejected the...
Update Jordan Staal will not be dealt at the draftâ¦."but next week is a whole different ball-game" says a source
Rumors are coming fast and furious and i will have and update, along with a Chart update in a few hours here, but one name that keeps coming up is...The Wild.
This is interesting on quite a few levels, the first being Minnesota has tended to not be...
The Pittsburgh Penguins made a bold move Friday while the city hosted the 2012 NHL Entry Draft by sending C Jordan Staal to Carolina in exchange for the eighth overall pick, C Brandon Sutter and D Brian Dumoulin.
Penguins GM Ray Shero offered Staal a reported 10-year deal worth $60 million, but when he turned it down the Penguins made their move.
Staal, 23, will head to the...
The Hurricanes traded for Jordan Staal during the 2012 NHL draft, where he will join brother Eric.
Busy week for the NHL, and it keeps coming. Today the NHL released the entire 2012-2013 schedule.
The Penguins will open the regular season at home on Friday, October 12th against the Islanders. The first game against the Flyers who kicked us out of the playoffs is not a long wait, it happens on Thursday, October 18th and the Penguins will travel to Philadelphia for this match...
Shortly after the completion of the first round of the NHL draft Friday night, the Coyotes acquired defenseman Zbynek Michalek from the Penguins in exchange for defenseman Harrison Ruopp, goaltender Marc Cheverie and the 81st selection in the draft.
The 29-year-old Michalek spent five seasons with the Coyotes from 2005-10 and is coming off a season in which he collected two goals...
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...
Hart (Henrik Lundqvist/Evgeni Malkin/Steven Stamkos)
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...