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Announcing the S20 Award Winners Written by habsfan93 - July 6th, 2024

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CMHL Awards

After setting a league record with 128 points, Connor McDavid of the Toronto Maple Leafs has won both the Hart Trophy and Lester B. Pearson Award, making him S20's most valuable player. McDavid received 18 Hart votes and 17 LBP votes, with some GMs simply nominating "McJesus".

In an even bigger runaway vote, Mikhail Sergachev of the Winnipeg Jets won the Norris Trophy with 20 votes. Sergachev posted the 4th best offensive season by a defenseman in CMHL history this year.

Going from wide to narrow, the Vezina Trophy came down to one vote with Matt Murray of the Winnipeg Jets claiming the trophy by a one vote margin over Ville Husso. Murray had 10 votes to Husso's 9.

Sticking with goalies, Carolina's Stuart Skinner took home the Calder Trophy with 12 votes. Necas and Gustafsson evenly split the other half of GMs.

In a double-win, Aleksander Barkov of the St. Louis Blues won both the Selke and Lady Byng Trophy in landslides, taking home 18 Selke votes and 20 Lady Byng votes. This was Barkov's 3rd Selke win in the last 4 years but his first Lady Byng win.

Not to let his teammate take home all the glory, Auston Matthews of the Toronto Maple Leafs won the Conn Smythe Trophy as league MVP with 14 votes. Markstrom and McDavid evenly split the remaining votes.

ICHF Awards

Over on the farm, Anthony Cirelli of the Flaming Poo (WPG) was named league MVP, receiving 13 votes each for both the Hart Trophy and Lester B Pearson Award. Gillies and Lafreniere split the remaining Hart votes.

In a runaway, Cirelli's teammate Alex Edler of the Flaming Poo (WPG) took home the Norris Trophy with 19 votes.

Seems the goalie races were the tricky ones to win - Jake Allen of the Trail Smoke Eaters (ANA) won the Vezina with 12 votes, beating Jon Gillies (TOR) by only 3 votes.

Philipp Kurashev of the Courtenay Crusaders (OTT) pulled off a "Barkov" picking up both the Selke and Lady Byng Trophies, though the Selke was close with Kurashev winning a narrow 12-10 vote over COL's Parker Kelly. Kurashev was the runaway winner of the Lady Byng with 19 votes.

Continuing a good night for the Jets, Anthony Stolarz won the Conn Smythe Trophy for his efforts in getting the Flaming Poo on the ICHF Cup, with a 15 vote win.

GM Awards

Though he won the Cup in the other league, the habsfan93 Award for CMHL GM of the Year was given to Simon (WPG) with 16 votes. Gary was the runner-up with 5 votes.

And though he made the Cup Finals in the other league, the Jack Adams Trophy for ICHF GM of the Year was given to Gino (EDM) with 20 votes.

I guess they did good things in the leagues they won awards for too :D

Gino didn't leave the night with just one award though, as he also was awarded the AsmodeanReborn Award for League Activity, with 13 votes. Ron was the runner-up at 7 votes.

The league's GMs recognized Peter (OTT) for his commitment to submitting lines with 16 votes for the M3 Award, with Landon and Ron splitting the remaining votes.

In an extremely close contest, the Jay Award for league passion was given to myself, Mat (DAL) with 11 votes to Ron's 10 votes. I really appreciate the recognition and want to give a shout-out to Ron who is equally deserving of this award.

The Grizzlygoalie Award for decision-making prowess was given to our Cup champion Aaron (TOR) with 16 votes, with Louie the runner-up at 7 votes.

And finally, in recognition of some crafty trading, the Kookaranian Award for trading ability was given to Marty (CAR) with 12 votes, with Tyler the runner-up at 7 votes.

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Vote now for your Season 20 CMHL and ICHF Award Winners! Written by habsfan93 - June 30th, 2024

The following awards have been determined based on statistics/records:

CMHL Stanley Cup: Toronto
ICHF Stanley Cup: False Creek (WPG)
CMHL President's Trophy: Toronto
ICHF President's Trophy: Longueuil (EDM)
CMHL Prince of Wales Trophy: Toronto
ICHF Prince of Wales Trophy: Grand Rapids (DET)
CMHL Clarence S. Campbell Trophy: Edmonton
ICHF Clarence S. Campbell Trophy: False Creek (WPG)

CMHL Art Ross: Connor McDavid (TOR)
ICHF Art Ross: Sam Gagner (Longueuil/EDM)
CMHL Rocket Richard: Connor McDavid (TOR) and Elias Lindholm (BUF)
ICHF Rocket Richard: Anthony Cirelli (False Creek/WPG)
CMHL Jennings: Ilya Samsonov and Carey Price (VAN)
ICHF Jennings: Charlie Lindgren (Longueuil/EDM)

Now it's your chance to vote for all the other winners! Please complete the ballot found here: https://www.cmhlhockey.ca/AwardsS20.php

Voting is mandatory - your vote is considered your check-in for the beginning of the off-season to show you are still an active member of the league.

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CMHL Conference Finals Written by ChrisF - June 3rd, 2024

Let's break down how the CMHL Conference Finals are going at this point...

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Dallas breaks out the brooms and advances to Semi-Finals! Written by habsfan93 - May 18th, 2024

The Stars pulled off a shocking double-sweep of the Canucks in both the CMHL and ICHF to advance to the Semi-Finals in both leagues. The last time the Stars had a team in the semis in either league was Season 17 when they went to the CMHL Conference Finals. Let's look at each of their matchups for this second round.

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Stars Hoping to Double-Up the Canucks! Written by habsfan93 - May 9th, 2024

For the second time in three years, the Dallas Stars are facing the same team in both the CMHL and ICHF quarter-finals. In S18, Dallas lost both matchups at the hands of the Nashville Predators. This year, they'll hope to flip their fate upside-down and come out doubly ahead of the Vancouver Canucks! This is the second year in a row that Dallas is facing Vancouver in Round 1 of the CMHL playoffs - last year, they lost in six games. Here's a breakdown of each of the matchups.


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Clash of Titans: The Battle Between the Winnipeg Jets and the Edmonton Oilers Written by Nomis Dlaeh - May 3rd, 2024

In the premier Western Conference playoff showdown, all eyes are on the Winnipeg Jets as they gear up to face off against the Edmonton Oilers. The Jets, hailed as the best team in the conference, boast an arsenal of formidable talent, from their stellar forwards to their rock-solid defensemen and reliable goaltender.

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Mistake into a Blessing? Written by Brian Chicago GM - April 23rd, 2024

Could not making any moves on the trade deadline have been a blessing or mistake for Chicago? Stats slow something interesting......

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CMHL Finances by Team Written by Ron Jones - January 31st, 2024

Another look at the finances for all of the franchises in the CHML.  The number's represent the current cap space each team has remaining.  Thanks in part to the recent bump in salary cap, there are only three teams with less than a million in cap room ... Columbus ($315k), Toronto ($639k) and St. Louis (671.5k).  While there are three teams with more than eight million in cap space .. Montreal ($21.4M+), Calgary ($10.4M+), Philadelphia ($8.8M+).  We spotlight Jordan Staal (picture) of the Blue Jackets, who is making $4,650,000 million for the next two seasons.  

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East and West, only one can be the best in this year's CMHL All-Star Game! Written by habsfan93 - January 23rd, 2024

After winning a close ICHF All-Star Game, the CMHL Eastern Conference All-Stars, led by Carolina GM Marty, came out firing early on to take home the CMHL All-Star Game by a close margin of 16-14. It was all the East in the first period as NJ's Mitch Marner set up the first three goals and the first frame finished with the East ahead of Winnipeg GM Simon's West squad by a score of 5-1. The West came back hungry in the second period, scoring 4 goals in the first four minutes to bring the score to 6-5 for the East but it wouldn't last long as the East scored 5 of the next 6 goals.

In the end, NJ's Mitch Marner was named the game's MVP, putting up two goals to go with those early three assists. PIT's Filip Forsberg and VAN's Leon Draisaitl each scored a hat trick and were named 2nd and 3rd stars of the game respectively. Other top performers in the game included CGY's Barrett Hayton and CHI's Reilly Smith who each matched Marner's five point effort and ANA's David Pastrnak with four points.

The best goaltending of the game came from LA's Cayden Primeau who faced 15 shots from the East in the second period and managed to stop nine of them, preventing what could have been a blowout and giving the West a shot in the 3rd period.

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The Senators Staying Afloat Midway Through the Season Written by Bruce Garrioch - Ottawa Sun - January 21st, 2024

Intrepid Senators beat reporter takes a look at Ottawa's season thus far.

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