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Thread: Peter Forsberg = MVP

  
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    Peter Forsberg = MVP

    That is right, Forsberg wins the MVP award for 2002-03 season. Bow down to the greatest player in the game! ;)

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    Who's Peter Forsberg?

    And what's he doing winning the MVP title?

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    Here's the rest of the winners:

    Hart Memorial Trophy, MVP -- Peter Forsberg, Colorado

    Vezina Trophy, goaltender -- Martin Brodeur, New Jersey

    James Norris Memorial Trophy, defenseman -- Nicklas Lidstrom, Detroit

    Calder Memorial Trophy, rookie -- Barret Jackman, St. Louis

    Frank J. Selke Trophy, defensive forward -- Jere Lehtinen, Dallas

    Lady Byng Memorial Trophy, most gentlemanly -- Alexander Mogilny, Toronto

    Jack Adams Award, coach -- Jacques Lemaire, Minnesota

    King Clancy Trophy, humanitarian contribution to hockey -- Brendan Shanahan, Detroit

    Bill Masterton Memorial Trophy, perseverance, sportsmanship and dedication to hockey -- Steve Yzerman, Detroit


    Awards Based on Regular-Season Statistics
    Art Ross Trophy, points scoring leader -- Peter Forsberg, Colorado

    Maurice Richard Trophy, goal-scoring leader -- Milan Hejduk, Colorado

    William M. Jennings Trophy, goalies with fewest goals against, minimum 25 games -- Martin Brodeur, New Jersey, and Roman Cechmanek, Robert Esche, Philadelphia


    Award Voted on by NHL Players' Association
    Lester B. Pearson Award, outstanding player -- Markus Naslund, Vancouver


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    Originally posted by podstock
    Who's Peter Forsberg?

    And what's he doing winning the MVP title?
    Shame on you for knowing nothing about hockey. Go study up.

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    Glead to see 3 Wings on there, but Zetterbeg deserved the Calder Trophy the most. He was only a few votes shy.

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    peter forsberg did deserve the hart trophy, and he is probably the best all around player in the game right now. kudos to forsberg.

    it was also nice seeing barrett jackman get the calder. its about time that a great defensive defenseman performance was taken into consideration. nash and zetterberg had great seasons but zetterberg was on a great team and a great line (which he helped make good), and nash simply just didnt have the offensive numbers to win it. jackman had a tough assignment to fill in for perennial all-star chris pronger, but he did that and performed exceptionally well. jackman will be one of the best defensive d-men in the game for years to come.

    ITS ALSO ABOUT TIME BRODEUR WON THE VEZINA....FINALLY SOME RECOGNITION!!!

    pretty much everyone who won an award this year deserved to win the one they did i thought.

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    44 points in your rookie season doesn't win the Calder? Zetty looked off the hook on the ice, I saw him leave so many defenders in confusion and some defenseman from St. Louis gets it? 3 freaking goals? No way. He's not even a true rookie, he played a game in the 2001-2002 season. Zetty got hosed and it would have been a complete set up if Lidstrom didn't win the Norris.

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    Everyone keeps saying Zetterberg doesn't deserve to win the Calder because he played on a good line(which is crap in it's self), but his line wasn't even that great. Brett Hull is past his prime, and Pavel Datsyuk is an average younger player.

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    How does Marty win the Vezina, but not the MVP (playoffs)?

    He deserved both, but then again, 'Giggy' did get 'Jiggy.

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    ive never even heard of this barret jackman guy, well, i dont know much hockey, but howd he beat out zetterberg and nash???

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