Kukla's Korner Hockey
by Paul on 01/05/07 at 09:27 PM ET
from Pierre Lebrun of the CP via Yahoo,
Sid The Kid was the NHL’s most valuable player in the first half of the 2006-07 season. At least according to CP’s crack hockey writers.
But who could argue otherwise. Sidney Crosby has raised his game to another level in his sophomore season and was atop the scoring leaders as the NHL hit its official halfway mark Friday. The Pittsburgh centre carried 61 points (19-42) into Friday night’s game at Buffalo. He was on pace for 136 points - which would be the highest output since his Penguins Mario Lemieux had 161 in 1995-96.
all the award winners for the first half…
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