The Edmonton Oilers captain became the first two-time TLA recipient before age of 22.
The NHLPA announced today at the 2018 NHL Awards™ presented by Hulu that Connor McDavid of the Edmonton Oilers is the recipient of the 2017-18 Ted Lindsay Award after garnering the most votes from the players for his exceptional season.
We caught up with some of the NHL’s brightest stars and the 2017-18 TLA finalists at the NHL Awards to discuss the importance of the Ted Lindsay Award.
NHLPA.com looks back at the 2003-04 seasons of Roberto Luongo, Joe Sakic, and Martin St. Louis – who was voted 'most outstanding' by his peers while being commended by Ted Lindsay, who thinks the two have a lot in common!
NHLPA.com looks back at the outstanding 1999-00 seasons from finalists Jaromir Jagr, Chris Pronger, and Pavel Bure.
Players vote Taylor Hall, Nathan MacKinnon and Connor McDavid as TLA Finalists. All three players are former first-overall draft picks.
Connor McDavid put up a career-first and a string of dazzling moves to lead the league with five goals and eight points for the Edmonton Oilers to earn NHLPA.com Player of the Week.
Learn more about the history of the Ted Lindsay Award, and the trophy's namesake, Ted Lindsay, a key figure in the creating of the original National Hockey League Players’ Association and a Hockey Hall of Fame member who skated in 17 NHL seasons.
Connor McDavid chats with NHLPA.com about being named the 2016-17 Ted Lindsay Award recipient by his fellow players, the significance of the award, and what that means to him.
The National Hockey League Players’ Association (NHLPA) announced today that Connor McDavid of the Edmonton Oilers is the recipient of the 2016-17 Ted Lindsay Award after garnering the most votes from his fellow players for his exceptional season. McDavid is the third player ever to receive Award before age of 21.
Zach Werenski, Carey Price, and Braden Holtby explain what the Ted Lindsay Award means to NHL players.
2017 Mark Messier NHL Leadership Award and 2017 King Clancy Memorial Trophy winner Nick Foligno discusses the significance of the Ted Lindsay Award and what makes this year's finalists so remarkable.
Will it be No. 87, No. 88 or No. 97 that receives this year’s Ted Lindsay Award? Before the winner is revealed on June 21, check out some of the big-time numbers posted by this trio of NHL talents.
Brent Burns is a first-time Ted Lindsay Award finalist and is the first defenceman to be voted a finalist in 17 years. Burns set single-season franchise records with the San Jose Sharks for goals and points by a defenceman.
In his second NHL season, he captained the Oilers to the fourth-most points in the Western Conference and the club’s first playoff berth since 2006.
Crosby is one of six three-time recipients (Guy Lafleur, Wayne Gretzky, Mario Lemieux, Jaromir Jagr, Alexander Ovechkin) — a group he joined after he was voted the Ted Lindsay Award recipient in back-to-back seasons (2012-13, 2013-14).
Burns, Crosby and McDavid were voted "Most Outstanding Player" finalists by fellow players.
The NHLPA announced today that Patrick Kane of the Chicago Blackhawks is the 2015-16 recipient of the Ted Lindsay Award.
Benn, Holtby and Kane voted by fellow NHLPA Members as finalists for the “Most Outstanding Player” Award.
Price named “Most Outstanding Player” for first time…First goaltender in 17 years; second Canadiens player ever to receive Award