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Artemi Panarin Wins Calder Trophy

After a historic season with 30 goals and 47 assists, 24-year-old Chicago Blackhawks left wing Artemi Panarin wins the Calder Trophy for Rookie Of The Year. He was nominated alongside Edmonton Oilers center Connor McDavid (16 goals and 32 assists), and Philadelphia Flyers defenseman Shayne Gostisbehere (17 goals, 29 assists).

McDavid, Gostisbehere and Panarin named Calder finalists

The NHL announced today that Connor McDavid, Shayne Gostisbehere and Artemi Panarin as finalists for the NHL’s award for the best rookie, the Calder Memorial Trophy. The 1st overall selection at the 2015 NHL Entry draft was Connor McDavid. He burst onto the scene in Edmonton where he had 12 points

Debate: Does Artemi Panarin deserve the Calder?

Artemi Panarin became the first rookie this year to reach the 20 goal mark Wednesday, with his hat trick against the New York Rangers. He's dominating the rookie scoring race, ahead of Jack Eichel; the second leading rookie scorer, by 18 points. With that being said, why is there any question

Lady Byng Memorial Trophy; Datsyuk vs. Hudler vs. Kopitar

Forwards Pavel Datsyuk of the Detroit Red Wings, Jiri Hudler of the Calgary Flames andAnze Kopitar of the Los Angeles Kings are the three finalists for the 2014-15 Lady Byng Memorial Trophy, awarded "to the player adjudged to have exhibited the best type of sportsmanship and gentlemanly conduct combined with

Calgary Flames; Can the first line continue to dominate?

Led by the veteran Jiri Hudler, the Calgary Flames first line was one of the main reasons they had this spectacular seasons and defied the odds. Jiri Hudler finished with 76 points (31g,45a), Johnny Gaudreau finished with 64 points (24g,40a), and Sean Monahan ended up with 62 points (31g,31a). They

The Calder Trophy; Gaudreau vs. Ekblad vs. Stone

*These are just my predictions, everyone has a different opinion.* CALDER WINNER: Johnny Gaudreau; was a force this season for the Calgary Flames and has definitely proven himself worthy of the Calder Trophy for Rookie of the year. He had 64 pts in 80 contests (24g,40a). He defied the odds, being only

What does the future of the Calgary Flames look like?

What does the future of the Calgary Flames look like? The future of the Flames looks good, you saw it last year, and you're seeing it this year. Gaudreau, Monahan, Brodie, Bennett, Ferland, and Bouma. Those are the main young talents. But the future of this team comes down within the

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