Was Alex Ovechkin robbed of the league MVP trophy?
It wasn't the only trophy he had hoped to capture Wednesday, but the NHL Players Association's most outstanding player award will have to suffice for Alex Ovechkin.
The Washington Capitals' star won the Ted Linsday Award, then was denied a third consecutive Hart Trophy by Vancouver's Henrik Sedin, who edged Ovechkin for MVP honors by six first-place votes. Read the full article.
June 24, 2010; 8:21 AM ET
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