2007-08 Hart voting
I'm going to eventually get all of these up, but it's a pretty beautiful afternoon in Toronto to spend inside working on this.
To start, here's one of the biggies:
The NHL's most valuable player award, the top honour for the league, and 134 members of the Professional Hockey Writers' Association determine it.
One of them felt Ovechkin wasn't one of the top five players in the league this season, despite scoring more goals than we've seen in 12 years and at a pace that compares with some of the greatest performances ever.
Ovechkin did land 95.5 per cent of the first-place votes, however, making this likely one of the most lopsided MVP votes we've seen.
Crosby and Niedermayer both received two votes despite missing about one-third of the season.