2018 Hart Trophy Candidates

Nikita Kucherov The league’s leading point scorer, who plays on the league’s best team. To put anyone else at the top of the MVP race right now would be pure injustice. Kucherov has posted 82 points in only 63 games this season, which also gives him the highest points per game mark in the league at 1.30. Kucherov and Stamkos combine for arguably the league’s best duo. Allowing the Lightning to have two talents like that on the same line

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Top 10 Jaromir Jagr Moments

10. His Personality is Unmatched On HBO’s 24/7 series, Ilya Bryzgalov stole the spotlight with his comments about the universe and his philosophies on it. The day after it aired, Jagr let Bryzgalov know he didn’t want to sit by the class clown with an absolute roasting.

RANKED: Top 10 Defenseman

10. Dougie Hamilton I could have put a lot of different players at number ten. Leaving Roman Josi off was really tough for me, but I think this guy edges him out due to Josi’s lackluster play in his own end. Dougie Hamilton can do it all. At only 24, he is just scratching the surface of his true potential. He’s a fleet footed giant at 6’6″, who can bring it at both ends of the ice. Just last year,

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RANKED: Top 10 Centers

10. Auston Matthews Scoring four goals in his first NHL game should have been your first sign that this kid is legit. He’s a bonafide stud, a franchise player, and a natural goal scorer. Putting up 40 goals in today’s NHL is something only a handful of players can accomplish. Doing it in your rookie year is almost unheard of. Matthews was hard to slot on this list. I think he’s probably already better than a few of the guys

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