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admin Posted - 03/12/2018 : 14:27:11
Who will win the 2017/18 NHL regular season goal scoring race and take home the coveted Maurice Richard Trophy?
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JOSHUACANADA Posted - 03/27/2018 : 19:43:07
McDavid no question. I would have answered this on the 12th if I had noticed this. He is just tearing up the league now that the team is finally firing on all cylinders and healthy. No question that next year this team will be back fighting for the playoffs too. Can you win MVP and miss the playoffs, that the greater question.
ryan93 Posted - 03/12/2018 : 17:39:49
The Art Ross race is an interesting one as well. Kucherov? Malkin? McDavid? Giroux? MacKinnon?

Iím hoping Malkin wins it, but have a feeling McDavid will find a way to end up on top. Hoping that isnít the case though. Iíd be happy to see MacKinnon win as well. If he hadnít missed so much time with injuries a couple weeks ago, he would likely be on top right now. Brad Marchand is another who would be in contention if not for injuries. The 3 guys from the Halifax area (Crosby, MacKinnon, Marchand) are certainly making NS proud!

These races will add some drama and make the finish to the season that much more exciting!
ryan93 Posted - 03/12/2018 : 17:32:31
Iím hoping Ovechkin can win it again, and Iím holding out hope he can hit the 50 mark. But that said, the way heís been scoring the last couple of months, I think Laine will end up winning it.

And how crazy is it that Eric Staal is in contention?? He was considered by most to be washed up following his brief stint with the Rangers, and people questioned the Wild giving him a 3 year deal. Last year he was excellent, but still found himself unprotected in the expansion draft. This year he has taken his play to yet another level. Staal is amazingly on pace for his best season in 12 years (and 2nd best of his career).

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