On the morning of June 20, NHL elites gathered in Las Vegas to hold a grand award ceremony for the 2018-19 season. Kucherov took the lead. Oliley won the Selk Prize after winning the Stanley Cup championship and the MVP playoff. Let’s take a look at who won the major awards.
Calder Award (Best Rookie): Peterson, Vancouver Canadian
In the first best rookie award, the final competition was not as fierce as people had expected. Peterson from Vancouver was elected by a big margin. He won 151 first votes, while Binnington from St. Louis Blues won only 20. This season Peterson has shown great courage. He scored 28 goals in 71 games and gave 38 assists to get 66 points, which set a new record for the team’s rookie scoring. In his speech on stage, Peterson first thanked Jason Bochford, a Canadian journalist who had died so early, and won unanimous praise from the Journalists Association. The second winner in the vote was Bennington, the third was Darling from the saber, and the fourth was star guard Heiskaning.
Mrs. Bain Award (Most Gentleman Player Award): Balkov, Florida Jaguar
Balkov, from the Florida Panther, won 128 first votes and MVP Ollie, the Blues team behind him, won only 12 first votes in the playoffs. Balkov scored a career-high 96 points this season, ranked tenth in the league, and was punished for just eight minutes. He averaged more than 22 minutes per game, ranked third in all centers, averaged 27.0 times per game, ranked second in all centers, which made it even more difficult for him to win this achievement. The second place in the vote was Ollie, the third was Monahan of the Flames, the fourth was Riley of Maple Leaf, and the fifth was McDavide of the Oilmen.
Best General Manager of the Year: Sweeney, Boston Brown Bear
In this award, Sweeney of the Brown Bears won the championship successfully and let the Blues team run with him again. The award was voted on by a 41-member group of 31 general managers, five NHL officials and five journalists’associations. Sweeney won eight first ballots and Armstrong in the blues also won eight first ballots, but Sweeney had 11 second ballots, so he won nine first ballots from Hurricane Waddell, but only three second ballots, so he scored four points behind Armstrong in the second place. Sweeney traded in this season for Koyle and Johnson, who showed great courage in the playoffs, so that the team succeeded in reaching the Finals, which made him the ultimate winner of the award.
Ted Lynch Award, Trade Union’s Most Valuable Player: Kuchelov
Super right-wing Kucherov from Tampa Bay Lightning was elected. He scored 41 goals in 82 regular season matches and delivered 87 assists last season, scoring 128 points, crowned the Ate-Ross Award as the leading scorer, and scored 128 points, the highest in the league in a single season since the 1995-96 season. He defeated McDavide of the Oilmen (ending his rival’s domination of the award for two consecutive years) and Kane of the Chicago Black Hawks.
In addition, the League awarded the Willie-Ollie Community Hero Award to Rick Phillips for his youth hockey program in Philadelphia, which has provided the best hockey experience for children in the community for more than eight years. Jenning Award belongs to Lena of the Islanders. Matthews has become the cover player of EASPORTS in 2019. So far, the NHL season of 2018-19 has come to an end. We look forward to the brilliance of next season.
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