With the NHL Season nearing the end of its season, who does the league "Hart" more—Evgein Malkin or Alexander Ovechkin?
As it seems to this point, Malkin and Ovechkin will be the two contenders for the Hart Trophy also known as NHL League MVP and the most prized award in any sport (not all sports call it Hart if I had you thinking that way).
Ovechkin had one of the most satisfying years in league history. He tied the scoring record in a year for a player on the left wing when he notched 63 (Luc Robitaille 1992-93). Ovechkin also achieved over 100 points, wow.
But, does that put him ahead of Malkin?
Malkin did most of his work without team leader, Sidney Crosby. Malkin was leading the league in points at a point in the season, but was soon overtaken by Alexander the Great.
If I was the voter, I would probably have Ovechkin winning the Hart, but I'm not. So, who do you guys think should win the Hart Trophy?
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