FHL End of Season League Leaders and Awards 2012-2013

FHL end of season league leaders and awards 2012-2013:

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From the Commissioner’s Office:

The Automatic Individual Player Award Winners in FHL 2012-2013 Season are:

  1. The Gunslinger Award (most goals) – Evgeni Malkin (EXI) – 55
  2. The Sniper Award (most power play goals) – Milan Michalek (QND) – 20
  3. The Magician Award (most assists) – Claude Giroux (GCB) – 69
  4. The Federalist Award (point race winner) – Evegeni Malkin (EXI) – 106
  5. The T-Rex Award (most PIM) – Corey Perry (NYD) – 170
  6. Mr. Clutch Award (most GWG) – 2 winners with 12 goals each:  Steven Stamkos (NYD); Rick Nash (QND)
  7. The Eraser Award (most hits) – Brooks Oprik (NYD) – 301
  8. The Pick Pocket Award (most takeaways) – 2 winners with 77 each:  Anze Kopitar (MGC); Dustin Brown (FLE/GCB)
  9. The Shield Award (most blocks) – Francois Beauchemin (KCI) – 202
  10. The Diamond Trophy (Playoff MVP) – Evgeni Malkin (EXI)
  11. The Commissioner’s Trophy Winner (Team with most points FHL) – New York Dolphins  – 115 points
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The following awards determined by league vote FHL 2012-2013 Season:

  1. Back Stop Award (best performance of a goalkeeper on a team for a season):
    1. a.      Jaroslav Halak  (NY Dolphins) – 7 votes
    2. Kari Lehtonen (Kansas City) – 2 votes
    3. Mike Smith (Exton) – 2 votes
    4. Jonathan Quick (Indianapolis) – 2 votes

 

  1. Norris Trophy (best defenseman):
    1. a.      Erik Karlsson (NY Dolphins) – 1o votes
    2.  Shea Weber (Quebec Nordiques) – 2 votes

 

  1. Coaches Player Award (FHL MVP):
    1. a.      Evgeni Malkin (Exton Igloos) – 7 votes
    2. Matt Moulsen (Detroit Bandits) – 2 votes

 

  1. Manager’s Award (Manager/Coach of the Year):
    1. a.      Jeff (“Trader”) Murray (Exton Igloos) – 6 votes
    2. Luc (“Lucky”) Savard (Columbus Jaguars) – 3 votes
    3. Francois Lessard (Cincinnati Swords) – 2 votes
    4. Cliff Dolgins (NY Dolphins) – 1 vote

 

  1. Reporter Award (Best Game Write Ups and Press Releases):
    1. a.      Joshua Pohl (Kansas City Ice Twisters) – 6 votes
    2. Chad Pridemore (Detroit Bandits) – 3 votes
    3. Luc “Lucky” Savard (Gatineau City Bulldogs) – 2 votes
    4. Doug Shirley (Boston Whalers) – 2 votes

 

  1. Blogger/Gamespeak Award (Best Team Press Releases, Comments on team events, and Participation in Gamespeak):
    1. a.      Chad Pridemore (Detroit Bandits) – 5 votes (co-winners)
    2. b.      Howard Cossel, Jr. – 5 votes (c0-winners)
    3. “Lucky” Luc Savard (Gatineau City Bulldogs) – 2 votes.
    4. Kent Grey (California Zephyrs) – 2 votes.