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The new Sidney Crosby and Alex Ovechkin: Connor McDavid, Jack Eichel lead strongest NHL rookie class in years

TORONTO — Alex Ovechkin led all rookies in the 2005-06 season with 52 goals and 106 points. Sidney Crosby was second — and sixth overall in scoring — with 102 points. 822 more words

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Kevin Hayes and avoiding the sophomore slump

Bobby Bevilacqua

The sophomore slump. The fear of all second-year NHL players as they continue their career. Whether it actually exists, or it’s all mental, it’s happened to quite a few players before. 884 more words

New York Rangers

Bob Duff: Belle River's Aaron Ekblad brings Calder Trophy home

Clutching the Calder Memorial Trophy in his hands, Belle River’s Aaron Ekblad, who’s displayed a knack throughout his hockey career for making the difficult seem easy, may have finally met his match. 638 more words

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Florida Panthers D Aaron Ekblad Wins The Calder Trophy As The NHL's Best Rookie

#Ekblad4Calder.

It’s a hashtag that over tens of thousands of Florida Panthers fans have used across social media giants such as Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram. Yet, there is a lot of meaning behind the movement over the past two months. 378 more words

Florida Panthers

Ekblad awarded Calder Trophy as league's top rookie

Last year’s first overall pick and rookie defenseman Aaron Ekblad has been awarded the Calder Memorial Trophy as the NHL’s top rookie for the 2014-15 season and is just the second player in Panthers franchise history to be chosen for the award after Jonathan Huberdeau in 2012. 173 more words

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Belle River's Aaron Ekblad wins Calder Trophy at NHL Awards

Belle River’s Aaron Ekblad is the first hockey player from Windsor and Essex County to win the Calder Trophy as the NHL’s top rookie.

Ekblad finished ahead of Calgary’s Johnny Gaudreau and Ottawa’s Mark Stone in voting at the NHL Awards in Las Vegas Wednesday. 294 more words

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The 2015 NHL Awards

As the season comes to an end, there is only one thing left to decide before we head into next year’s bacchanalia – the NHL Awards. 602 more words

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