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Old 04-30-2003, 07:27 PM   #1
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Naslund and Forsberg Nominated For Hart Trophy!

Howe Swede it is: Forsberg, Naslund and Brodeur (whose Canadian, not Swedish!) are the finalists. The definition of the award is not for the best player in the NHL, but for the "most valuable player to his team." That's why I don't think Forsberg should get it. Naslund was more valuable to the Canucks, as without him they would have been in big trouble. Without Forsberg, though, the Avs would have been okay, since they had guys like Sakic, Patrick Roy, Blake, Hejduk and others to pick up the slack. Plus, I'm just biased.

Here's a full run down of the award nominees:


BILL BEACON, The Canadian Press




(CP) - Markus Naslund of the Vancouver Canucks and Peter Forsberg of the Colorado Avalanche, who grew up playing against each other in Ornskoldsvik, Sweden, were named finalists for the NHL's Hart Trophy on Wednesday.

Naslund and Forsberg, born 10 days apart in July of 1973, will be up against New Jersey Devils goaltender Martin Brodeur for the award, which goes to the player deemed most valuable to his team. It was the first Hart Trophy nomination for all three players and Forsberg or Naslund could become the first Swede to ever capture the honour.

Nominees were also released for the Norris, Calder, Vezina, Lady Byng, Jack Adams and Selke trophies. Winners are to be announced June 12 at the league's televised awards ceremony in Toronto.

There were few surprises among the nominees, except perhaps the selection of Derian Hatcher of Dallas and the omission of Washington's Sergei Gonchar for the Norris Trophy as top defenceman.

Hatcher was among four players from the Western Conference champion Stars nominated for awards, the most among any team. Others were forwards Mike Modano and Jere Lehtinen and goaltender Marty Turco.

Coach Jacques Martin was the lone member of the first-place Ottawa Senators to be nominated despite stellar seasons from forwards Daniel Alfredsson and Marian Hossa and goaltender Patrick Lalime.

On Monday, Naslund and Forsberg were named finalists for the Pearson Award - a second MVP trophy voted on by their fellow players. But the third candidate for the Pearson was Boston Bruins centre Joe Thornton instead of Brodeur.

Last year, Montreal goaltender Jose Theodore won the Hart, which is voted on by members of the Professional Hockey Writers' Association, while scoring leader Jarome Iginla of the Calgary Flames took the Pearson.

Forsberg and Naslund - with 106 points and 104 points respectively - were the league's top two scorers this season while Brodeur led the NHL with 41 victories and nine shutouts. The Devils' goalie also had a stellar 2.02 goals-against average.

Thornton was the only other player to break the 100-point barrier at 101. Also overlooked was Forsberg's teammate Milan Hejduk, the league's only 50-goal scorer this season.

Forsberg, who will get the Art Ross Trophy as league points leader, and Hejduk, who secured the Rocket Richard Trophy as goal-scoring leader, finished tied for the lead in plus-minus differential at plus-52.

Brodeur will try to make it four times in seven years that a goaltender wins both the Hart and the Vezina Trophy as top goaltender.

Dominik Hasek did it with Buffalo in 1997 and 1998 and Theodore won both last year. Before that, it has not been done since Montreal's Jacques Plante won both in 1962.

For the Vezina, Brodeur is up against Toronto's Ed Belfour, the winner in 1991 and 1993, and Turco, who replaced Belfour in Dallas this season.

Belfour, with his first Vezina nomination since 1995, set a Maple Leafs' record with 37 wins. He had a 2.26 goals-against average.

Turco, in his first full season as an NHL starter, led all goalies with a 1.72 average and a .932 save percentage on a defensively solid club.

Niklas Lidstrom of the Detroit Red Wings will be shooting for a third consecutive Norris Trophy as top defenceman.

Lidstrom and the 1999 winner, Al MacInnis of the St. Louis Blues, were each nominated for the sixth time. The third nominee was Hatcher.

Lidstrom led the NHL in ice time, averaging 29 minutes 20 seconds per game, was plus-40 and had 62 points this season.

MacInnis led NHL defencemen with 68 points while Hatcher, nominated for the first time, had 30 points and was plus-37

Gonchar had 67 points and was fourth in the league in ice time at 26:34.

Lidstrom was also nominated - for a fifth year in a row - for the Lady Byng Trophy as the league's most gentlemanly player along with first-time finalists Modano and Alexander Mogilny of the Toronto Maple Leafs. Lidstrom has yet to win the Lady Byng.

The front-runner could be Mogilny, who had 79 points and only 12 penalty minutes this season. Lidstrom had 38 minutes and Modano, who was sixth in league scoring with 85 points, had 30.

MacInnis' impressive defence partner Barret Jackman was nominated for the Calder Trophy as rookie of the year along with left-wingers Rick Nash of the Columbus Blue Jackets and Henrik Zetterberg of Detroit.

Jackman had only three goals and 16 assists, but was a solid plus-23 in a strictly defensive role. Nash, drafted first overall last spring, had 17 goals and 22 assists for Columbus, while Zetterberg, selected 210th overall in 1999, had 22 goals and 22 assists for Detroit.

Lehtinen is in the running for his third Selke Trophy as the best defensive forward against John Madden of New Jersey and Wes Walz of the Minnesota Wild.

Lehtinen, who won in 1998 and 1999 and who was nominated two other times, was a 31-goal scorer and led the Stars at plus-39. Madden, who won the Selke in 2001, had a career-high 41 points and was plus-13.

Walz, in his first nomination, had 32 points and was plus-11.

Walz's coach Jacques Lemaire, whose tight defensive system lifted Minnesota into the playoffs in only its third season and whose team ousted Colorado in the first round, was nominated for the Jack Adams Award as coach of the year.

Other Adams nominees are Martin and John Tortorella, who led the Tampa Bay Lightning to a surprise playoff berth.

Lemaire won the Adams in 1994 with New Jersey while Martin, a finalist for the fourth time in seven years, took it in 1999.

Hockey writers from each NHL city vote on the Hart, Norris, Selke, Calder and Lady Byng trophies, while the NHL Broadcasters' Association selects the Adams winner and NHL general managers vote on the Vezina Trophy.
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Here are the past winners of this beloved award. Notice how the name "Wayne Gretzky" appears quite a "few" times in the decade of the 80s (or maybe I should say every time except one season):

The Hart Memorial Trophy is an annual award given to the player judged to be the most valuable to his team. The winner is selected in a poll of the Professional Hockey Writers' Association in all NHL cities at the end of the regular season.

The Hart Memorial Trophy was presented by the National Hockey League in 1960 after the original Hart Trophy was retired to the Hockey Hall of Fame. The original Hart Trophy was donated to the NHL in 1923 by Dr. David A. Hart, father of Cecil Hart, former manager-coach of the Montreal Canadiens.

Year
Player
Team

2002
Jose Theodore
Montreal Canadiens

2001
Joe Sakic
Colorado Avalanche

2000
Chris Pronger
St Louis Blues

1999
Jaromir Jagr
Pittsburgh Penguins

1998
Dominik Hasek
Buffalo Sabres

1997
Dominik Hasek
Buffalo Sabres

1996
Mario Lemieux
Pittsburgh Penguins

1995
Eric Lindros
Philadelphia Flyers

1994
Sergei Fedorov
Detroit Red Wings

1993
Mario Lemieux
Pittsburgh Penguins

1992
Mark Messier
New York Rangers

1991
Brett Hull
St. Louis Blues

1990
Mark Messier
Edmonton Oilers

1989
Wayne Gretzky
Los Angeles Kings

1988
Mario Lemieux
Pittsburgh Penguins

1987
Wayne Gretzky
Edmonton Oilers

1986
Wayne Gretzky
Edmonton Oilers

1985
Wayne Gretzky
Edmonton Oilers

1984
Wayne Gretzky
Edmonton Oilers

1983
Wayne Gretzky
Edmonton Oilers

1982
Wayne Gretzky
Edmonton Oilers

1981
Wayne Gretzky
Edmonton Oilers

1980
Wayne Gretzky
Edmonton Oilers

1979
Bryan Trottier
New York Islanders

1978
Guy Lafleur
Montreal Canadiens

1977
Guy Lafleur
Montreal Canadiens

1976
Bobby Clarke
Philadelphia Flyers

1975
Bobby Clarke
Philadelphia Flyers

1974
Phil Esposito
Boston Bruins

1973
Bobby Clarke
Philadelphia Flyers

1972
Bobby Orr
Boston Bruins

1971
Bobby Orr
Boston Bruins

1970
Bobby Orr
Boston Bruins

1969
Phil Esposito
Boston Bruins

1968
Stan Mikita
Chicago Blackhawks

1967
Stan Mikita
Chicago Blackhawks

1966
Bobby Hull
Chicago Blackhawks

1965
Bobby Hull
Chicago Blackhawks

1964
Jean Beliveau
Montreal Canadiens

1963
Gordie Howe
Detroit Red Wings

1962
Jacques Plante
Montreal Canadiens

1961
Bernie Geoffrion
Montreal Canadiens

1960
Gordie Howe
Detroit Red Wings

1959
Andy Bathgate
New York Rangers

1958
Gordie Howe
Detroit Red Wings

1957
Gordie Howe
Detroit Red Wings

1956
Jean Beliveau
Montreal Canadiens

1955
Ted Kennedy
Toronto Maple Leafs

1954
Al Rollins
Chicago Blackhawks

1953
Gordie Howe
Detroit Red Wings

1952
Gordie Howe
Detroit Red Wings

1951
Milt Schmidt
Boston Bruins

1950
Charlie Rayner
New York Rangers

1949
Sid Abel
Detroit Red Wings

1948
Buddy O'Connor
New York Rangers

1947
Maurice Richard
Montreal Canadiens

1946
Max Bentley
Chicago Blackhawks

1945
Elmer Lach
Montreal Canadiens

1944
Babe Pratt
Toronto Maple Leafs

1943
Bill Cowley
Boston Bruins

1942
Tom Anderson
Brooklyn Americans

1941
Bill Cowley
Boston Bruins

1940
Eddie Goodfellow
Detroit Red Wings

1939
Toe Blake
Montreal Canadiens

1938
Eddie Shore
Boston Bruins

1937
Babe Siebert
Montreal Canadiens

1936
Eddie Shore
Boston Bruins

1935
Eddie Shore
Boston Bruins

1934
Aurel Joliat
Montreal Canadiens

1933
Eddie Shore
Boston Bruins

1932
Howie Morenz
Montreal Canadiens

1931
Howie Morenz
Montreal Canadiens

1930
Nels Stewart
Montreal Maroons

1929
Roy Worters
New York Americans

1928
Howie Morenz
Montreal Canadiens

1927
Herb Gardiner
Montreal Canadiens

1926
Nels Stewart
Montreal Maroons

1925
Billy Burch
Hamilton Tigers

1924
Frank Nighbor
Ottawa Senators
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That terrible Ted Kennedy... it's too bad you spelled Hart incorrectly in your thread title, unless you were going for some sort of pun... which I'm sure you were. Michael's always on the ball.
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Thanks Cujo. I thought it looked rather odd.
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Lidstrom and Zetterberg



Yeah, gotta love Wayne. (Sorry, never was a huge fan of his.)
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That's too bad. He turned hockey into an art form.
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it's a shame they are gonna lose to macinnis and jackman.

actually it's not a shame, it is fantastic.

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Here's a better break down of the award nominations:

http://www.canucks.com/news/pressrel...onID=31&id=272

Naslund a Finalist for Hart Trophy
Wed. Apr 30, 2003


NEW YORK (April 30, 2003) --Four members of the Western Conference regular-season champion Dallas Stars -- the most of any NHL club -- have been selected as finalists for NHL trophies as the NHL announced today the nominees for seven annual awards. Stars voted as trophy finalists are Derian Hatcher, for the Norris Trophy as best defenseman; right wing Jere Lehtinen, for the Selke Trophy as top defensive forward; center Mike Modano, for the Lady Byng Trophy for sportsmanship; and Marty Turco, for the Vezina Trophy as top goaltender.

Named as finalists for the Hart Trophy as the League’s most valuable player to his club are forwards Peter Forsberg of the Colorado Avalanche and Markus Naslund of the Vancouver Canucks -- NHL scoring leaders this season and natives of Ornskoldsvik, Sweden -- and New Jersey Devils goaltender Martin Brodeur. Each is a Hart Trophy finalist for the first time.

Brodeur, also a Vezina Trophy finalist, and Detroit Red Wings defenseman Nicklas Lidstrom, a finalist for the Norris and Lady Byng Trophies, are the only players nominated for multiple awards.

The winners will be announced Thursday, June 12 during the 2003 NHL Awards Television Special in Toronto. The Awards show will be broadcast nationally in Canada on CBC and in the United States on ESPN2 from 8 - 9:30 p.m., ET.

All voting is conducted at the conclusion of the regular season. The Professional Hockey Writers’ Association votes for five trophies (Hart, Norris, Selke, Calder and Lady Byng), the NHL Broadcasters’ Association selects the Jack Adams Award and NHL General Managers vote for the Vezina Trophy.

The results are tabulated by the accounting firm Ernst & Young. Following are the finalists for each trophy, in alphabetical order:


HART MEMORIAL TROPHY
The Hart Memorial Trophy is awarded annually "to the player adjudged to be the most valuable to his team," as selected by the Professional Hockey Writers' Association.


MARTIN BRODEUR - Goaltender, New Jersey Devils * First career Hart Trophy nomination * Won a share of the Jennings Trophy (goaltender on the club allowing the fewest goals, 166) * Led all goaltenders in victories (41) and shutouts (nine); was fourth in goals-against average (2.02) * Notched his NHL-record fourth 40-victory season and eighth consecutive 30-victory campaign
PETER FORSBERG - Center, Colorado Avalanche * First career Hart Trophy nomination * Captured the Art Ross Trophy as the NHL's points leader with 29 goals and 77 assists for 106 points in 75 games * Also led the NHL in assists and shared the lead in plus-minus (+52)
MARKUS NASLUND - Left Wing, Vancouver Canucks * First career Hart Trophy nomination and first in Canucks history * Finished second among NHL scorers with a career-high 104 points (48 goals, 56 assists) * Led the NHL in power-play points (54) and game-winning goals (12) * Finished second in the NHL, behind linemate Todd Bertuzzi, in power-play goals (24)

JAMES NORRIS MEMORIAL TROPHY

The James Norris Trophy is awarded annually "to the defense player who demonstrates throughout the season the greatest all-around ability in the position," as selected by the Professional Hockey Writers' Association.


DERIAN HATCHER - Dallas Stars * First career Norris Trophy nomination * Appeared in all 82 games for the first time in his career; led the Stars in ice time per game (25:51) * Tallied 30 points (eight goals, 22 assists), most since 1998-99 * Ranked fifth in the NHL in plus/minus (+37)
NICKLAS LIDSTROM - Detroit Red Wings * Earned his sixth consecutive nomination as Norris finalist; captured the award for the second consecutive year in 2002 after finishing second in 1998, 1999 and 2000 * Finished third in scoring among defensemen with 62 points (18 goals, 44 assists) * Led all players in ice time per game (29:20), ranked third in plus-minus(+40)
AL MacINNIS - St. Louis Blues * Voted a Norris finalist for the sixth time; finished first in 1999, second in 1990 and 1991 and third in 1989 and 1994 * Led all defensemen in scoring with 68 points (16 goals, 52 assists) in 80 games * Tied for second on the Blues in plus-minus (+22)

CALDER MEMORIAL TROPHY

The Calder Memorial Trophy is awarded annually "to the player selected as the most proficient in his first year of competition in the National Hockey League," as selected by the Professional Hockey Writers'Association.


BARRET JACKMAN - Defense, St. Louis Blues * First Blues finalist for the Calder Trophy since Jim Campbell finished third in 1997 * Led the Blues and finished second among all rookies in plus-minus (+23) * St. Louis’ first choice, 17th overall, in the 1999 Entry Draft
RICK NASH - Left Wing, Columbus Blue Jackets * The first Blue Jackets player voted an NHL Awards finalist * Finished third among NHL rookies in scoring with 39 points (17 goals, 22 assists) in 74 games * Columbus’ first choice, first overall, in the 2002 Entry Draft
HENRIK ZETTERBERG - Left Wing, Detroit Red Wings * The first Red Wings finalist for the Calder Trophy since Nicklas Lidstrom finished second in 1992 * Led all rookies in scoring with 44 points (22 goals, 22 assists) in 79 games * Detroit’s fourth choice, 210th overall, in the 1999 Entry Draft

FRANK J. SELKE TROPHY

The Frank J. Selke Trophy is awarded annually "to the forward who best excels in the defensive aspects of the game," as selected by the Professional Hockey Writers' Association.


JERE LEHTINEN - Right Wing, Dallas Stars * A Selke finalist for the fifth time; won the trophy in 1998 and 1999, was third in 1997 and 2002 * Led the Stars and was fourth in the NHL in plus-minus (+39) * Second among Stars forwards in ice time per game (18:47)
JOHN MADDEN - Center, New Jersey Devils * A Selke finalist for the second time; captured the award in 2001 * Notched a career-high 41 points (19 goals, 22 assists) and +13 rating in 80 games * The Devils allowed just 166 goals, tied with Philadelphia for the fewest in the NHL
WES WALZ - Center, Minnesota Wild * A first-time Selke finalist * Tallied 32 points (13 goals, 19 assists) in 80 games and posted a +11 rating * Helped the Wild allow the fourth-fewest goals in the NHL (178), a drop of 60 over 2001-2002 * Led the Wild in face-offs taken (1,505)

LADY BYNG MEMORIAL TROPHY

The Lady Byng Memorial Trophy is awarded annually "to the player adjudged to have exhibited the best type of sportsmanship and gentlemanly conduct combined with a high standard of playing ability," as selected by the Professional Hockey Writers' Association.


NICKLAS LIDSTROM - Defense, Detroit Red Wings * A Lady Byng finalist for the fifth consecutive year; finished second from 1999 through 2001, third last year * One of two defensemen in 20 years to be voted a Lady Byng finalist (Brian Leetch third in 1992) * Finished third among NHL defensemen in scoring with 62 points (18-44-62) * Appeared in all 82 games, assessed 38 minutes in penalties
MIKE MODANO - Center, Dallas Stars * A first-time Lady Byng finalist * Tied for fourth in the NHL in assists (57), tied for sixth in plus/minus (+34) and 11th in points (85) * Reached the 600-assist, 1,000-game and 1,000-point NHL Milestones this season * Appeared in 79 games, assessed 30 minutes in penalties
ALEXANDER MOGILNY - Right Wing, Toronto Maple Leafs * A first-time Lady Byng finalist * Led the Maple Leafs and finished 15th in the NHL in scoring with 79 points (33 goals, 46 assists) * Also led his club in assists, game-winning goals (nine) and shorthanded goals (three, tie) * Appeared in 73 games, received 12 minutes in penalties

VEZINA TROPHY

The Vezina Trophy is awarded annually "to the goalkeeper adjudged to be the best at his position," as voted by League General Managers.


ED BELFOUR - Toronto Maple Leafs * His first Vezina Trophy nomination since 1995 and fourth overall; won the award in 1991 and 1993, finished second in 1995 * Posted a 37-20-5 record, 2.26 GAA, .922 save percentage and seven shutouts in 62 games * Set a franchise record for wins and became the seventh goaltender in NHL history to reach 400
MARTIN BRODEUR - New Jersey Devils * His fourth nomination as a Vezina finalist; finished second 1997 and 1998, third in 2001 * Won his third William Jennings Trophy (goaltender on the club allowing the fewest goals, 166) * Led all goaltenders in victories (41) and shutouts (nine); was fourth in goals-against average (2.02) * Notched his fourth 40-victory season and eighth consecutive 30-victory campaign
MARTY TURCO - Dallas Stars * A Vezina Trophy finalist for the first time * Led all NHL goaltenders in goals-against average (1.72) and save percentage (.932) and tied for fifth in shutouts (seven); compiled a 31-10-10 record in 55 games * Posted a franchise-record 16-game unbeaten streak (12-0-4) from Dec. 29-Mar. 25

JACK ADAMS AWARD

The Jack Adams Award is awarded annually "to the NHL coach adjudged to have contributed the most to his team's success," as selected by the NHL Broadcasters' Association.

JACQUES LEMAIRE - Minnesota Wild * A Jack Adams finalist for the second time; captured the award in 1994 with New Jersey * Led the Wild to a Stanley Cup Playoff berth in its third NHL season with a 42-29-10-1 record for 95 points, a 22-point improvement over 2001-2002 * The Wild’s team goals-against average of 2.14 ranked fourth in the League
JACQUES MARTIN - Ottawa Senators * An Adams finalist for the fourth time in seven years; finished first in 1999, third in 1997 and 2001 * Led the Senators to their first Presidents’ Trophy as the NHL’s top regular-season club * The Senators won the Northeast Division title for the third time in five seasons with a mark of 52-21-8-1 for a franchise-record 113 points
JOHN TORTORELLA - Tampa Bay Lightning * A first-time Adams finalist and the first Lightning nominee since Terry Crisp finished third in 1996 * In his third season in Tampa Bay, led the Lightning to the playoffs for the first time since 1995-96 * The Lightning mounted a 13-game undefeated streak (7-0-6) from Mar. 7 through Apr. 2 and captured the Southeast Division title, edging the Washington Capitals by a single point

OTHER NHL TROPHY WINNERS

Other awards to be presented at the NHL Television Awards Special on June 12:

Peter Forsberg of the Colorado Avalanche will receive the Art Ross Trophy as the NHL’s points leader, while teammate Milan Hejduk will accept the Maurice Richard Trophy as the League’s goal-scoring leader. Forsberg recorded 106 points (29 goals, 77 assists) and Hejduk tallied 50 goals.

Three goaltenders -- Roman Cechmanek and Robert Esche of the Philadelphia Flyers and Martin Brodeur of the New Jersey Devils -- will share the William M. Jennings Trophy, presented to the goaltender(s) with more than 25 appearances on the club allowing the fewest goals against during the regular season. The Flyers and Devils finished the season having allowed 166 goals.

Two other trophies, the Bill Masterton Memorial Trophy (perseverance, sportsmanship and dedication to hockey) and the King Clancy Memorial Trophy (leadership and humanitarian contribution to his community) also will be presented at the Awards Ceremony.

2001-2002 NHL TROPHY WINNERS
Hart Memorial Trophy - Jose Theodore, Montreal Canadiens James Norris Memorial Trophy - Nicklas Lidstrom, Detroit Red Wings Calder Memorial Trophy - Dany Heatley, Atlanta Thrashers Frank J. Selke Trophy - Michael Peca, New York Islanders Vezina Trophy - Jose Theodore, Montreal Canadiens Lady Byng Memorial Trophy - Ron Francis, Carolina Hurricanes Jack Adams Award - Bob Francis, Phoenix Coyotes
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For those of you who don't know what it looks like, here's a picture of the Hart Trophy (oh, nevermind all the other trophies he won that year):

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