Who is the NHL MVP this Year?

  1. Who is the NHL MVP this Year?


    There are some strong candidates for MVP this year. To me it would be between Joe Thorton and Mika Kiprusoff.

    What are your thoughts


  2. Quote Originally Posted by IainDaniel
    There are some strong candidates for MVP this year. To me it would be between Joe Thorton and Mika Kiprusoff.

    What are your thoughts
    Bump to Kiprusoff. The definition of MVP in the NHL is most valuable to his team. Without Kipper, the Flames would be a lottery team.

  3. I'll say Jagr but I'm a little biased since I'm a Rangers fan
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  4. Joe Thornton, but that's my biased opinion

  5. Quote Originally Posted by yankees3
    I'll say Jagr but I'm a little biased since I'm a Rangers fan

    I'm with you bro. Even if I wasn't a Rangers fan it would be hard not to vote for Jagr.

  6. Quote Originally Posted by Lightning
    I'm with you bro. Even if I wasn't a Rangers fan it would be hard not to vote for Jagr.
    How so?

    San Jose was a Garbage team, until THE trade. Cheechoo had 7 goals and now leads the league in goals, and Thorton is leading the league in points in the NHL.

    San Jose is with the addition of Thorton is now probably one of the biggest threats in NHL.


    No unfortunately I am not biased I am a leaf fan

  7. My vote goes to Mika Kiprusoff. And I'm an Oiler fan, so you know the only bias I have is actually against him.

    I'll have no beef if Thorton wins it though.

    Don't they wait to see who wins the Stanley Cup before they make their decision? I'm guessing which ever team goes further will get the nod.

    Too bad, because on any other team, Ovechkin could make a case for himself.

  8. Quote Originally Posted by Sunder
    My vote goes to Mika Kiprusoff. And I'm an Oiler fan, so you know the only bias I have is actually against him.

    I'll have no beef if Thorton wins it though.

    Don't they wait to see who wins the Stanley Cup before they make their decision? I'm guessing which ever team goes further will get the nod.

    Too bad, because on any other team, Ovechkin could make a case for himself.
    Yeah I see Kiprusoff or Thorton winning.

    The Art Ross is for Playoff MVP. The Hart Trophy is for regular season MVP

  9. Quote Originally Posted by IainDaniel
    Yeah I see Kiprusoff or Thorton winning.

    The Art Ross is for Playoff MVP. The Hart Trophy is for regular season MVP
    Art Ross is for the Regular Season Points Leader, Conn Smythe is for the MVP of the Playoffs . Anyways, voting for the Hart is done before the cup is awarded and I'd like to say bump to Thornton......dude made San Jose an excellent team.

    jecko

  10. Quote Originally Posted by IainDaniel
    How so?

    San Jose was a Garbage team, until THE trade. Cheechoo had 7 goals and now leads the league in goals, and Thorton is leading the league in points in the NHL.

    San Jose is with the addition of Thorton is now probably one of the biggest threats in NHL.


    No unfortunately I am not biased I am a leaf fan


    Jagr: Points #2 (3 behind Thornton)
    Goals #2 (2 behind Cheechoo)
    Assists #4
    +/- #1

    Thornton: Points #1
    Goals #48
    Assists #1
    +/- #7
    Collectively Jagr =8
    Thornton=57

  11. Quote Originally Posted by Lightning
    Jagr: Points #2 (3 behind Thornton)
    Goals #2 (2 behind Cheechoo)
    Assists #4
    +/- #1

    Thornton: Points #1
    Goals #48
    Assists #1
    +/- #7
    Collectively Jagr =8
    Thornton=57
    Unfortunately Points don't necessarly determine MVP. San Jose was a bottom feeder in the Western Conference until the trade and now have one of the better records, and I see them as a serious contender to take the west.

    Quote Originally Posted by jecko29
    Art Ross is for the Regular Season Points Leader, Conn Smythe is for the MVP of the Playoffs .
    jecko

  12. Quote Originally Posted by IainDaniel
    Unfortunately Points don't necessarly determine MVP. San Jose was a bottom feeder in the Western Conference until the trade and now have one of the better records, and I see them as a serious contender to take the west.



    We'll have to agree to disagree I guess. The Rangers w/o Jagr were also abysmal.
    P.S : Great name (Iain),I named my son it.
  

  
 

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