MVP! ESPN names Sidney Crosby as its Hart Trophy pick in NHL all-decade awards

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MVP! ESPN names Sidney Crosby as its Hart Trophy pick in NHL all-decade awards
MVP! ESPN names Sidney Crosby as its Hart Trophy pick in NHL all-decade awards

PITTSBURGH — ESPN published its all-decade awards for the NHL Tuesday, naming Sidney Crosby the most valuable player of the last 10 years. ESPN said Crosby was its pick for the Hart Trophy, writing, "No player has accumulated more points since 2009-10 than Sidney Crosby's 922 (Alex Ovechkin is second, with 901). Perhaps more impressive is Crosby's 1.26 points per game, which is topped by only Connor McDavid's 1.30. McDavid's smaller sample (just 287 games) keeps him off the list." The all-decade awards also covered awards such as the Vezina Trophy for best goaltender and James Norris Memorial Trophy for top defensive player. Some categories were added for fun, like biggest trade, worst trade,

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