2012 Ted Lindsay award finalists
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 2011-12
Henrik continued to solidify his status as one of the premiere netminders in the world with a stellar 2011-12 season. The native of Are, Sweden set career highs in numerous categories and led the Rangers to the best record in the Eastern Conference. This is Henrik’s first Ted Lindsay Award nomination.// View Player Profile
After battling back from injuries over the past two seasons, Evgeni proved once again that he is one of the most dominant forwards in the game today. The 2011-12 Art Ross Trophy winner for most points in the regular season, Evengi racked up 50 goals and 109 points on his way to collecting his third nomination as finalist for the Ted Lindsay Award.// View Player Profile
Steven lit the lamp a league-leading 60 times in the 2011-12 season, earning him his second Maurice Richard Trophy for top goal scorer. This is Steven’s second consecutive nomination as a finalist for the Ted Lindsay Award, furthering the argument that he is among the elite goal scorers of his generation.// View Player Profile