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813Area has new update 10 hours ago Quick Strikes: Kucherov and Vasilevskiy bring home the hardware at the NHL awards
The Ted Lindsay Award, the Hart Trophy, and the Vezina Trophy are all headed for Tampa. The Bolts Yesterday was a big day in Tampa Bay Lightning franchise history. While the playoffs didn’t go the way anyone wanted, two players received recognition for their outstanding regular seasons. Andrei Vasilevskiy won the first Vezina trophy for the franchise in a landslide over former Lightning goalie Ben Bishop and Robin Lehner. Vasilevskiy finished the season with a 39-10-4 record in 53 games played. He had a .925 SV%, 2.40 GAA, and six shutouts. He also had a 26.40 GSAA, the best of his career. Vasilevskiy added three assists to set a new career high. He led the NHL in wins for the second season in a row. He finished 6th in save percentage and 9th in goals against average. He also finished 4th in shutouts. Vasilevskiy finished 2nd in Goals Saved Above Average. Nikita Kucherov doubled up winning both the Ted Lindsay Award as the Most Outstanding Player as voted by his peers as well as the Hart Trophy as the NHL’s Most Valuable Player. He was the clear favorite for the Hart and like Vasilevskiy, won it in a landslide. The voting for the Hart Trophy though was not particularly close with Kucherov winning by a large margin. He garnered 1,677 points to Crosby’s 739 and McDavid’s 465. He received 164 first place votes, three seconds, two thirds, and two fourths. Croby received three first place votes, McDavid one, Johnny Gaudreau two, and Nathan MacKinnon one. Kucherov got 98.07% of the vote, which is the most since Evgeni Malkin won in 2011-12 with 98.86% of the vote. It is the second highest vote percentage since Mario Lemieux won with 99.2% of the vote in 1992-93. The Lightning had two other awards nominees but Barry Trotz beat out Jon Cooper for the Jack Adams award in a close race and Victor Hedman finished third in Norris Trophy as Mark Giordano ran away with the award. Anthony Cirelli got some Calder Trophy votes and while he didn’t win, he did get named to the All-Rookie team. The NHL's All-Rookie team as voted on by members of the PHWA: pic.twitter.com/f5Unv0uuxh— PHWA (@ThePHWA) June 20, 2019 The Prospects The Lightning announced the signing of Daniel Walcott to a one year two way contract. Wally is one of the most popular players in Syracuse and if he’s back to being healthy, could be an option to be a captain or alternate captain this season. He’s back. The @TBLightning have re-signed @WallyD19 to a one-year, two-way deal. : https://t.co/LZ8S6wEwng pic.twitter.com/jj4FDL7kYE— Syracuse Crunch (@SyracuseCrunch) June 19, 2019 The Game After a big day of trades and signings on Tuesday, things were relatively quiet yesterday leading up to the awards ceremony. The Senators made a minor move in net. News Release: #Sens sign goaltender Marcus Hogberg to a two-year contract extension: https://t.co/XJgmXWfUFoCommuniqué : Les Sénateurs accordent une prolongation de contrat de deux ans au gardien de but Marcus Hogberg : https://t.co/aPKDa9L9cX pic.twitter.com/X00uTN7fTS— Ottawa Senators (@Senators) June 19, 2019 Mikhail Grabovski announced his retirement. I want to officially announce that it is my last day as a hockey player, I'm officially retired. https://t.co/UqCybc2qS2— Mikhail Grabovski (@OfficialGrabo) June 19, 2019 The Ducks announced that they are buying out the remainder of Corey Perry’s deal. The veteran will become an intriguing option for teams looking to add short term forward depth in free agency. For the Ducks, the move frees up a roster spot and gives them more cap flexibility. The Ducks will get an instant $6 million of cap relief, which gives the Ducks a comfortable $17.6 million cushion when factoring in the likely cap increase to $82 million. However, those savings drop to just $2 million in 2020-20201, with the Ducks incurring a $2 million cap hit for an additional two years beyond his current deal which would run until 2022-2023. And finally, here’s a quick rundown of the awards that didn’t involve the Lightning: Elias Petterson won the Calder Trophy Pettersson racked up 151 first place votes for the Calder, which was significantly more than second place finisher Jordan Binnington. The St. Louis Blues goaltender received 18 first place votes, while fellow finalist Rasmus Dahlin of the Buffalo Sabres received one. That’s the way it should have been. Aleksander Barkov won the Lady Byng Memorial Trophy (and for some reason burned his own fans?) Christ, Barkov. pic.twitter.com/Fk5YdTLWCj— Mike Pfeil (@mikeFAIL) June 20, 2019 Ryan O’Reilly won the Selke Award “This week has been a lot.” Ryan O’Reilly speaks truth with that statement. A week ago, he won the Conn Smythe trophy as playoff MVP, and the Stanley Cup. This weekend, he was chugging Guinness and Bud Light at the championship parade in downtown St. Louis. Tonight, after a second place finish in Lady Byng voting, the Blues forward was awarded the Frank J. Selke trophy by a decent margin.
813Area has new update 18 hours ago Nikita Kucherov wins the Hart Trophy and Ted Lindsay Award as MVP and Most Outstanding Player
KKKKKKKKKKKUUUUUUUUUUUUCCCCCCCCCCCCHHHHHHHHHHH!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! Ahem.... KKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUCCCCCCCCCCCCCCCCCCCCCCHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHH!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! Nikita Kucherov has been named the winner of the Hart Trophy and the Ted Lindsay Award as the Most Valuable Player and Most Outstanding Player in the NHL. This was Kucherov’s first time as finalist for both awards. In addition to the Hart Trophy and Ted Lindsay Award, Kucherov was presented with the Art Ross Trophy as the NHL’s leading scorer for the 2018-19 season giving him three trophies on the night. In his acceptance speech for both awards, in his typical fashion, Kucherov kept it short and sweet. He thanked the people that needed to be thanked, including his family, his wife, and his son, as well as his teammates and coaches. It was just the kind of speech that you’d expect of a player that is as humble about his individual accomplishments as Kucherov is. Kucherov is the second Tampa Bay Lightning player to ever win the Hart Trophy, joining Martin St. Louis’s 2003-04 win. He also joins St. Louis, the 2003-04 winner, as the only players in Lightning history to win the Ted Lindsay Award. He is also the fourth Russian to win the Hart Trophy and the Ted Lindsay, joining Sergei Fedorov and Evgeni Malkin who have won both trophies once each, and Alex Ovechkin who has won both trophies three times. Congratulations to @86Kucherov on a huge night capped off by winning the Hart Memorial Trophy as league MVP! #NHLAwards pic.twitter.com/9lxHEkXcoo— NHLPA (@NHLPA) June 20, 2019 Voted most outstanding by his peers, congratulations to @86Kucherov on winning his first #TedLindsayAward with the players’ vote! #NHLAwards pic.twitter.com/iR8IL54Mmn— NHLPA (@NHLPA) June 20, 2019 Kucherov was up against Sidney Crosby and Connor McDavid for the Hart Trophy. Joining Kucherov as finalists for the Ted Lindsay Award were Connor McDavid and Patrick Kane, the second and third leading scorers in the NHL this year. The Ted Lindsay Award is special as it is voted on by the members of the NHLPA. It is a great honor to be recognized by your peers in the NHL as the best player. While the Hart Trophy and Lindsay Award voting often are mirrored, there is a little less politics involved as the media votes on the Hart Trophy. For McDavid and Kane, their teams did not make the playoffs which often disqualifies a player in the eyes of the media for the Hart Trophy. Even with that, McDavid still finished as a finalist in the Hart voting. The voting for the Hart Trophy though was not particularly close with Kucherov winning by a large margin. He garnered 1,677 points to Crosby’s 739 and McDavid’s 465. He received 164 first place votes, three seconds, two thirds, and two fourths. Croby received three first place votes, McDavid one, Johnny Gaudreau two, and Nathan MacKinnon one. Kucherov got 98.07% of the vote, which is the most since Evgeni Malkin won in 2011-12 with 98.86% of the vote. It is the second highest vote percentage since Mario Lemieux won with 99.2% of the vote in 1992-93. Crosby finished the season with an even 100 points with 35 goals to finish tied for 5th in the NHL in points. He, along with Brad Marchand who tied him with 100 points, was the second highest point scorer among players that qualified for the playoffs behind Kucherov. Crosby had an outstanding season. He has won the Hart Trophy twice and has been a finalist a total of seven times. McDavid finished second in scoring behind Kucherov with 116 points. His 41 goals tied him with Kucherov and four other players for 6th in the NHL. McDavid’s 75 assists came in second in the NHL behind Kucherov. McDavid has won the Ted Lindsay award the past two seasons. He also won the Hart Trophy in 2016-17 and this was his second time as a Hart Trophy finalist. Patrick Kane came in third in the NHL in scoring with 110 points. He also scored 44 goals good for 5th in the NHL. His 66 assists ranked 6th in the NHL and fifth among forwards. Despite being past the prime years for NHL players, Kane has continued to produce offensively in the NHL. He previously won the Ted Lindsay Award in 2015-16. For Kucherov, this is the perfect cap on a dominant season that saw him get the attention he’s deserved from the mainstream media for years. Thanks to his eye popping scoring totals, he’s now permanently on the map as one of the very best players in the NHL.
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Good breakfast choices - mostly healthy options with eggs, delicious breakfast breads. They've got griddle favorites like pancakes and waffles and some power bowls too. Several locations around Tampa Bay!

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Food & drinks were amazing although very pricey. The food menu changes daily. Our server was fun, kind & knowledgeable! Definitely recommend!

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If you can find it hidden south of 7th ave in Ybor City, you are in for a treat! The BEST BBQ ribs in the city!! Baked beans are nothing short of excellent and the cole slaw is fresh and delicious!

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Great place to hang out with friends

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Love the food here! The fries are one of my favorites!

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I love Fusion Bowl.. I always end up walking over there for lunch during the week! They have a great special on Tuesday's for $3 apps too!

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Thursday Specials in Tampa

SoHo Saloon

410 S. Howard Ave. , Tampa FL, 33606
$1 PBR All Night
$3 Pinnacle And All Flavors
$3 Jim Beam
$3 Domestic Drafts
$3 Fireball Shot
$3 Shot of The Day
$5 Sliders

The Soho Backyard

610 S Armenia Ave , Tampa FL, 33609
Taco Thursdays!
Come enjoy the best taco's in SoHo at the best prices.
From Chicken to Lobster, we have it all under $5!
$5 Patron Margaritas
$5 Patron Shots

Bernini of Ybor

1702 E 7th Ave. , Tampa FL, 33605
$3 Stoli Martinis until 7pm

1/2 Priced select pastas & entrees 4pm-7pm

Friends & Neighbors (lives in 33605 zip code) lunch discount 20%

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