The NHL’s Best (But Not Really) of 2009-2010

April 10th, 2010 by Jon Neely Leave a reply »

It's about that time of year again; the time to look back on the NHL season that was and give credit to those who stood out among their peers and excelled at a certain aspect of the game.

You've got to give credit where credit is due, and as the regular season comes to an end, the talk will not only be about playoffs but about the players who deserve an award for their season-long performance.

The only problem is that the NHL Awards show is about as exciting as an all-male pillow fight or a Boston Bruins goal scoring race.

It's always enjoyable to watch the league's best collect some much-deserved hardware while listening to Ron Maclean's one liners, but it's widely considered the most boring night in hockey.

And that’s a bold statement since there are 82 Minnesota Wild games every season.

The main dilemma is that it occurs during a two-hour snooze fest riddled with NHL legends struggling through their lines on the teleprompt ...

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