Crosby, Ovechkin, Sedin voted by fellow members of the National Hockey League Players? Association as finalists for the "Most Outstanding Player" award
The steady defenceman has played a crucial role in the Habs success this spring. His dedication to strong defensive play and his willingness to sacrifice his body is one of the reasons the Habs are now in the Eastern Conference finals.
Dynamic forward has Sharks fans in a frenzy with his clutch goal scoring ways
Physical winger brings blue-collar effort, something the fans in Philly love
Most Outstanding Player"" Award being reintroduced in honour of Ted Lindsay.
Swedish winger has been a consistent threat on the scoresheet so far in the playoffs for the Canucks. With a Rough 2 battle with the Blackhawks underway, Samuelsson is looking to keep the points flowing.
The Penguins are locked in a battle in Round 2 with the Montreal Canadiens. Kunitz has been through the playoff battles in the past and will need to bring his experience and offensive abilities to the forefront as the Pens look to defend their title.
Young defenceman a crucial part of the success enjoyed in the desert by the Coyotes in 2009-10. Following a tough Game 7 defeat to the Red Wings in Round 1, Yandle will suit up for the United States in the upcoming IIHF World Championships.
The Columbus Blue Jackets, who will open their 2010-11 regular season by playing the San Jose Sharks in two games at the Ericsson Globe Arena in Stockholm, Sweden, on Friday, Oct. 8.
Awarded to player who displays perseverance, sportsmanship & dedication to the game of hockey
Carcillo and the Flyers are advancing in the Stanley Cup playoffs after surprising the Devils in Round 1. The rugged, but skilled winger knows that he and the team still have much work to do this spring.
The Predators have proven they are a tough team to handle in the Western Conference and J.P. Dumont is a huge part of their success.
Theodore is looking to help the Caps as they push for the Cup in 2010
Crosby, Ovechkin, Backstrom and Karlsson highlight the first playoff edition of the Weekly Review
Avs dynamic rookie forward is eager to make some playoff noise
Bear Hug III 'close to my heart,' Sens winger says of cancer fundraiser
Rookie 'tender is proving that the Wings still have what it takes to contend in '09-'10
Alfredsson, Brodeur and Tkachuk all highlight this edition of the Weekly Review
Henrik Sedin is leading the scoring race & the Canucks as the playoffs draw near
Talented rookie d-man helping the Sabres strive for the Northeast title