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Hickey on Hockey: Ovechkin supplants Price as Hart favourite

A few weeks ago, Carey Price appeared to be a shoo-in for the Hart Trophy, which goes to the NHL player judged to be most valuable to his team. 659 more words

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An argument for MVPrice

It’s an argument that a lot of people have trouble agreeing on, specialty positions, should they win the MVP award. I’m not sure these positions have ever been called specialty positions, but for this blog I will. 840 more words


"Mr. Gorbachev, We Can't Tear Down this Wall!"

By Nick Fathergill

According to ESPN Fantasy Hockey, Minnesota Wild goalie Devan Dubnyk started his 26th consecutive game Tuesday night (25 with Minnesota, 1 with the Arizona Coyotes), the most by any goalie since Jonas Hiller in the 2011-12 season. 506 more words


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Check out my story for EP Sports Magazine on Devan Dubnyk's impact to the Minnesota Wild:

Pat Hickey: Carey Price remains the leading candidate for Hart Trophy


It would seem to be counterintuitive to be pumping Carey Price for the Hart Trophy after he turned in one of his poorer performances in the Canadiens’ 5-2 loss to the Ottawa Senators on Thursday night at the Bell Centre. 667 more words

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Carey Price builds solid case to be rare MVP-winning goalie

Over the last 50 years, the Buffalo Sabres’ Dominik Hasek (1997 and 1998) and the Montreal Canadiens’ Jose Theodore (2002) are the only two goalies to win the Hart Trophy. 297 more words


Canadiens' Carey Price in running for Hart Trophy

No goaltender has won the Hart Trophy as the NHL’s most valuable player to his team since José Theodore did it with the Canadiens during the 2001-02 season. 237 more words

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Pekka Rinne's absence strengthens his MVP candidacy

When is goalie Pekka Rinne returning? Not soon enough, if you are a Nashville Predators fan.

Rinne is still making his case for being the league’s MVP in absentia. 302 more words