Patrick Kane Wins Ted Lindsay Award

Patrick Kane was named the winner of the Ted Lindsay Award at the 2016 NHL Awards on Wednesday evening. The Ted Lindsay Award is given to the league’s most outstanding player as voted on by the players.

Kane scored 40 goals and added 66 assists to lead the NHL with 106 points.

Kane is the first ever U.S.-born player to receive the Ted Lindsay Award as well as the first recipient in Blackhawks’ franchise history.

9 thoughts on “Patrick Kane Wins Ted Lindsay Award

  1. They allowed zero fanfare for the award. It was a 10 second segment with bad jokes. The host sucks.

    I wonder if it was the investigation legacy that hampered the presentation.

  2. Wayne, I extended an invitation to a game in Vegas on another thread. I guess you didn’t see it.

    Oh, and I don’t want to burst your bubble. But you’re behind the internet too

  3. Kane + season 2015-16 = potential achieved. Congrats to 88 for a fine season. We can’t win the Stanley Cup every year.,, but thanks to the Hawks management we will be in the hunt for it for many years to come!

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