NHL Awards at the Halfway Mark of the 2013-14 Season

« Prev
1 of 13
Next »
Use your ← → (arrow) keys to browse the slideshow
NHL Awards at the Halfway Mark of the 2013-14 Season
Gregory Shamus/Getty Images

With every team having played at least 41 games, we are now at the halfway point of the 2013-14 NHL season. That means it's time to hand out awards to those who have been the league's best, along with tipping our caps to the season's best goals and saves and dirtiest hits.

Who is the first half's most valuable player? Best goaltender? Top defenseman? Who had the most memorable save through the first three-plus months of the season?

All this and more are answered here. Have your own opinion as to who should win these awards? Feel free to fire away in the comments.

Note: The Art Ross Trophy would go to Sidney Crosby (63 points) at this point, and the Maurice Richard Trophy would go to Alex Ovechkin (31 goals). Those awards aren't subjective, so they don't require discussion here.


All statistics via NHL.com.

Begin Slideshow »

Follow B/R on Facebook


Subscribe Now

By signing up for our newsletter, you agree to our Terms and Privacy Policy.

Thanks for signing up.