Alex Ovechkin wins NHL's MVP and more
Washington Capitals left wing Alexander Ovechkin won the Hart Trophy as the NHL's Most Valuable Player for the second straight season.
He was also voted the best among the players for the second straight year as well, and won Lester B. Pearson award. He dedicated the his award to memory of his grand father passed away during the season.
They gave the Russian superstar the Lester B. Pearson Award for the second straight season.
Ovechkin dedicated the Pearson Trophy to the memory of his grandfather, who died during the season.
Also, won the Maurice Richard Trophy for the second straight year, leading the league with his 56 goals.
Ovechkin also won the Maurice Richard Trophy for the second-straight season -- his 56 goals were 10 better than anyone else in the League.
Russia was the biggest winner as first time all three nominees for NHL's MVP and Pearson awards were from Russia.
They gave the Russian superstar the Lester B. Pearson Award for the second straight season. Ovechkin edged compatriots Pavel Datsyuk and Evgeni Malkin - the same three players that were nominated for the Hart Trophy.
It was the first time in the history of the trophy that all three finalists were Russian.