Ted Lindsay Award Finalists 2010-11
The Ted Lindsay Award is the ultimate individual honour for a player to receive, as he is chosen by his peers via secret ballot, as the top player in the game for the season.
After competing fiercely against each other for 82 games a year, NHLPA members vote for the player who best embodies the skill, determination and competitive spirit of Ted Lindsay. To have the players you line-up against each and every night nominate you as the “Most Outstanding Player” represents the highest level of respect and the ultimate peer review.
TED LINDSAY AWARD FINALISTS 2010-11
En route to capturing the Maurice Richard Trophy for top goal scorer (50) and finishing third in points (98), Corey played in all 82 regular season games and was a dominant role in the Ducks’ run to the playoffs. This is his first nomination as finalist for the Ted Lindsay Award.// View Player Profile
The Art Ross Trophy winner for most points in the regular season (104), Daniel also tied for forth in goals, placed third in assists and game-winning goals, and helped lead Vancouver to their first Presidents’ Trophy. This is Daniel’s first nomination as finalist for the Ted Lindsay Award.// View Player Profile
This sharp shooting 21-year-old helped return Tampa Bay to the playoffs for the first time since 2007, while contributing a statistically great year in goals (45), points (91) and taking part in the second most power play goals in the NHL (17). This is Steven’s first nomination as finalist for the Ted Lindsay Award.// View Player Profile