There’s a constant debate within the Professional Hockey Writers Association about transparency in NHL Awards voting. Which is odd, when we’re the first ones to gripe about a lack of transparency within hockey, whether it’s about video reviews or Hall of Fame classes.
In 1999, the Atlanta Thrashers selected 26 players in the expansion draft. Ten of those players never played a game for the Thrashers. In 2000, the Columbus Blue Jackets selected goaltender Dwayne Roloson, defenseman Mathieu Schneider and forwards Turner Stevenson and Dallas Drake. None of them ever
Connor McDavid brought home a double award haul from the NHL's annual postseason bash Wednesday night. The Edmonton Oilers' captain and NHL scoring champion claimed the Hart Trophy as the league's MVP and the Ted Lindsay Award, given to the most outstanding player chosen in a vote by NHL