Congratulations to Patrick Kane on being named a finalist for the 2013 Lady Byng Memorial Trophy!
The Lady Byng Trophy is awarded to the player that 'exhibits the best type of sportsmanship and gentlemanly conduct combined with a high standard of playing ability'.
Kane had 23 goals, 32 assists and a team high 55 assists. He also had just eight penalty minutes this season despite averaging 20:03 of ice time per game.
Congratulations to Jonathan Toews on being named a finalist for the 2013 Selke Trophy! The Selke Trophy is awarded to the NHL's top defensive forward as voted by the Professional Hockey Writers Association.
Toews had 23 goals, 25 assists and 48 points this season. He also finished the season tied for the league lead with 56 takeaways and had a +28 rating.
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Congratulations to Alex Ovechkin on being named a finalist for the Hart Trophy and the Ted Lindsay Award.
The Hart Trophy is given out each year to the "player adjudged to be the most valuable to his team."
The Ted Lindsay Award is given out each year to the most outstanding player in the NHL.
Ovechkin had a league high 32 goals this season, along with 24 assists for a team high 56 points.
In his final 29 games, Ovechkin had 22 goals and 41 points, and helped the Capitals go 20-7-2 to reach the postseason.
Congratulations to Henrik Lundqvist on being named a finalist for the Vezina Trophy, given to the league's top goaltender!
Lundqvist, who won the award last season, finished the regular season with a league high 24 wins, a 2.05 GAA and a .926 save percentage.
This is the fifth time that Lundqvist has been nominated for the Vezina.
Congratulations to Brendan Gallagher of the Montreal Canadiens on being named one of the finalists for the Calder Trophy, give to the NHL's top rookie.
Gallagher had 15 goals, 13 assists for 28 points this season.
With 2012–13 Season Concluded, Bauer Maintains Top Position in All Categories
Bauer Hockey, Inc., the world's leading manufacturer of ice hockey equipment, continues to be the No. 1 brand of choice by players in the National Hockey League, according to a league-wide assessment report of active rosters conducted by the company.
In the five major player equipment categories of skates, sticks, helmets, gloves and pants, BAUER is overwhelmingly the top brand demanded and worn by the world's most elite players. Bauer's dominant position includes 71 percent of skates, 41 percent of helmets, 34 percent of sticks, 36 percent of gloves and 37 percent of pants.
In addition to Bauer's commanding lead in these major product categories, Bauer sticks are also used by four of the top five goal scorers in the league, including Alex Ovechkin (32 goals) and Steven Stamkos (29 goals).
"We're proud to continue to be the No. 1 brand of choice by players in the NHL in every product category, including the stick category which continues to be a growth area for us," said Kevin Davis, President and CEO of Bauer Performance Sports. "With a shortened season, every game matters that much more, and our No. 1 position is a testament to our high-performance products and the trust players have in our brand."
ABOUT BAUER HOCKEY Bauer Hockey is the world's most recognized designer, marketer and manufacturer of hockey equipment. Founded in Kitchener, Ontario in 1927, Bauer Hockey developed the first skate with a blade attached to a boot, forever changing the game of hockey. Since then, Bauer Hockey has continued to develop the most sought after products in the industry, including the widely successful SUPREME®, VAPOR® and NEXUS® lines of products. Bauer Performance Sports Ltd., the parent company of Bauer Hockey, is a publicly-traded company on the Toronto Stock Exchange whose affiliates market products under the BAUER, MISSION, MAVERIK, CASCADE and INARIA brand names. For more information, visit Bauer Hockey's website at www.BAUER.com.
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Congratulations to Alex Ovechkin on winning this years Maurice "Rocket" Richard trophy as the league's top goal scorer!
Ovechkin had a league leading 32 goals this season to go along with 24 assists for a team high 56 points. Ovechkin is the first player in NHL history to win the Rocket Richard trophy three times.