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3 finalists for the Hart (MVP)
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ArrayNEW YORK -- Calgary Flames right wing Jarome Iginla, Pittsburgh Penguins center Evgeni Malkin and Washington Capitals left wing Alex Ovechkin have been nominated for the Hart Trophy, the NHL's most valuable player award.[/quote]
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Ovie, hands down.:rockon!:
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OVIE!:rockon!:
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I don't know.
Malkin may win it.
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^ Shouldn't.
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Array^ Shouldn't.[/quote]
His play elevated when Sid went down. But, I understand the argument.
AO is one of the few players that actually excelled ootside of his own division, the gawd awful Southeast.
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I can see your point.
Malkin definately plays in a tougher division.
Correct me if I'm wrong, but aren't NJ and NYR in the same division?

It'll be close between Malkin and Ovie, but I really expect Ovie to win it.
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Just out of curiosity, why not Iginla?
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ArrayJust out of curiosity, why not Iginla?[/quote]
His team was an 8 seed. That's all I can think of...
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Iginla is definately the most skilled player on Calgary, followed by Phaneuf.
I just don't think Iginla's numbers are good enough to compete with Ovie and Malkin.
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#10
According to NHLshop.com, AO's won it.
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