The Jennings Trophy (best save percentage), Maurice Richard trophy (Most goals), and the Art Ross Trophy (most points), will also be awarded, but obviously the winners are already determined. Jennings (Chechmanke, Esche, Brodeur will share award), Richard (Hejduk), Art Ross (Forsberg)
-Hart-Brodeur -Norris-MacInnis -Vezina-Brodeur (though Turco could win, missing some games may hurt him) -Calder-Jackman -Adams-Tortorella -Selke-Walz -Lady Byng-Modano -Masterson-Berard
On a slightly different, but related, topic, Markus Naslund has won the Lester Pearson Trophy. The Trophy is for the most outstanding player during the regular season and is voted on by the players (NHLPA)
WTG Markus, my home town hero!
My predictions for the awards tonight are:
Hart--Forsberg Norris--MacInnis Vezina--Turco Calder--Jackman Adams--Lemaire Selke--Madden Lady Byng--Modano Masterson--Berard
"It takes a whole lotta whiskey to make these nightmares go away" -- Tom Waits, Blue Valentine
Yay, Alex Mogilny won the Lady Byng! The Leafs at least won one trophy this year!
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Click Here (espn.go.com) John Vanbiesbrouck has stepped down from his dual role as coach and general manager of the Ontario Hockey League's Soo Greyhounds after admitting using the "N-word" in reference to one of his players Sunday night.