The Hart Trophy has been a hot topic around the NHL for the better part of this entire season. It seems like there’s a new name added to the list of potential nominees each week. While reporters everywhere have dug into all the reasons why certain players should win, I’ve decided to look at the consistency of these players throughout the year in regards to offensive production and game-winning goals.
While yes, the Hart Trophy is awarded to the player most valuable to his team, there has been a lot said about voters going off a recency bias. “What have you done for me lately,” is why Corey Perry was awarded the Trophy in 2011 when Daniel Sedin led the league in points and the Canucks to its first Stanley Cup Final appearance in 17 years.
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