Tuesday, May 24, 2011

Alexander Radulov Kleans Up at KHL Awards

Yesterday we saw this tweet from @ChrisBottaNHL: Alexander Radulov named KHL MVP.

Make the jump to find out the details of what we found...

Upon further investigation, we found the KHL site which listed the post-season awards. In their language, MVP is actually given to the plus-minus leader which was Alexei Morozov, who earned an overall rating of +27 in 53 games for Ak Bars.

Alexander Radulov did clean up at the Awards presentation with four trophies winning the “Sekunda” (Split Second) prize, for scoring the earliest and latest goals in a KHL game, the trophy for the League’s top scorer (un-named), the “Golden Stick” trophy which goes to the man voted the most valuable player in the regular championship (which is the equivalent to the Hart Trophy, and the “Golden Helmet” prize which is a top six all-star squad.

Congrats to Rudy for his bevy of accolades. I still don't expect to see him in a Predators' uniform any time soon.

More Later...

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