Artemi Panarin a finalist for the Ted Lindsay Award

It may not be the Hart Trophy, but Artemi Panarin was named a finalist for the Ted Lindsay Award.

The Ted Lindsay Award, formerly known as the Lester B. Pearson Award, is awarded annually to the National Hockey League’s most outstanding player in the regular season as judged by the members of the NHL Players’ Association. This is certainly something Panarin deserves, as he almost single-handedly carried the Rangers to their play-in scenario. Panarin’s 32-63-95 line while playing almost primarily with Ryan Strome and Jesper Fast is one of the most impressive things I’ve seen in New York.

The other finalists are Leon Draisaitl and Nathan MacKinnon.

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  • Hes had a great year, is a great player and deserves anything he gets. But hes had a lot of help from #93, who would be right there with him if not for missing 12 games

  • Dave, I like the picture of Panera’s Cardebalet goal celebration.

    Panera well deserved to win over other two as he played with 2 3rd and 4th liners with him and got great numbers.
    Worth every penny so far….
    On the other hand we have Trouba….

  • Bread should win this hands down.

    Draisaitl plays with McDavid, Bread plays with Strome and Fast, enough said.

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