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NHL MVP for the 2006-2007 season

Poll ended at Sat Apr 14, 2007 10:06 pm

Martin Brodeur
1
5%
Sidney Crosby
11
58%
Roberto Luongo
7
37%
Joe Thornton
0
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Total votes : 19

Postby peg_city » Fri Mar 30, 2007 10:06 pm

State your case for the MVP
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Postby R0BERTS » Sat Mar 31, 2007 2:07 am

Roberto Luongo hands down.

Crosby has had an amzing season but just think of where the Canucks would be without Luongo this season... it's scary.
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Postby Raydawg » Sat Mar 31, 2007 2:14 am

R0BERTS wrote:Roberto Luongo hands down.

Crosby has had an amzing season but just think of where the Canucks would be without Luongo this season... it's scary.


exactly.
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Postby 17to85 » Sat Mar 31, 2007 10:46 am

tough choice, normally I'd say Crosby , but luongo has turned the canucks into a way, way better team than they oughta be so he gets it.
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Postby coastal62 » Sun Apr 01, 2007 12:26 pm

R0BERTS wrote:Roberto Luongo hands down.

Crosby has had an amzing season but just think of where the Canucks would be without Luongo this season... it's scary.


The Penguins went from the second-worst team in the league to battling the New Jersey Devils for the division title. I am a MONSTER Luongo fan, but to say that the Hart Trophy shouldn't go to Sidney Crosby is crazy talk. He is absolutely running away with the Scoring title, and is the leader of a team no one wants to see in the playoffs. Luongo is awesome, but he isn't the MVP.
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Postby 17to85 » Sun Apr 01, 2007 2:36 pm

coastal62 wrote:and is the leader of a team no one wants to see in the playoffs.


you really think so?? cause most people i know wanna see what Crosby can do in the playoffs.....
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Postby R0BERTS » Sun Apr 01, 2007 7:31 pm

coastal62 wrote:
R0BERTS wrote:Roberto Luongo hands down.

Crosby has had an amzing season but just think of where the Canucks would be without Luongo this season... it's scary.


The Penguins went from the second-worst team in the league to battling the New Jersey Devils for the division title. I am a MONSTER Luongo fan, but to say that the Hart Trophy shouldn't go to Sidney Crosby is crazy talk. He is absolutely running away with the Scoring title, and is the leader of a team no one wants to see in the playoffs. Luongo is awesome, but he isn't the MVP.


So you think the fact that the Penguins are where they are is ALL because of Crosby??? Not to take anything away from him because as I said, he's had an amazing season, but look at that supporting cast. This team is stacked and most of they're players are young. And to say that NO ONE wants to see them in the playoffs is an absurd statement.. You must not read these boards often.

The Canucks have a brutal team and they have 100 or so points right now, thats why I think Luongo should get it.
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Postby coastal62 » Sun Apr 01, 2007 11:57 pm

17to85 wrote:
coastal62 wrote:and is the leader of a team no one wants to see in the playoffs.


you really think so?? cause most people i know wanna see what Crosby can do in the playoffs.....


With all due respect, Crosby has played as many playoff games as Luongo.
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Postby coastal62 » Mon Apr 02, 2007 1:13 am

coastal62 wrote:
17to85 wrote:
coastal62 wrote:and is the leader of a team no one wants to see in the playoffs.


you really think so?? cause most people i know wanna see what Crosby can do in the playoffs.....


With all due respect, Crosby has played as many playoff games as Luongo.


Oops, now I see what you're saying. Reading comprehension needs a little work...
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Postby Einrobstein » Mon Apr 02, 2007 1:27 am

Crosby hasn't run away with the scoring title, he's only 8 ahead of Thornton. I think I'll go off the polling options and choose Dany Heatly. One hundred points, 48 goals, +30, 10 GWG etc.
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Postby BVD » Mon Apr 02, 2007 7:44 am

I'd go with Luongo, Crosby has an amazing supporting cast and Luongo is a one man show.

Also Crosby only has a +11 with all those points?

I would say Heatley but after watching the games Daniel Alfredsson is really the guy who gets the Sens going.
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Postby JuranBoldenRules » Mon Apr 02, 2007 3:29 pm

Heatley isn't even close to being his team MVP. I'd put Redden, Alfredsson, Spezza and Emery ahead of him despite the 50 goals.
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Postby BVD » Mon Apr 02, 2007 3:31 pm

JuranBoldenRules wrote:Heatley isn't even close to being his team MVP. I'd put Redden, Alfredsson, Spezza and Emery ahead of him despite the 50 goals.


No way Spezza and Redden arn't nearly as consistant. Spezza gives the puck away way to many times.
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Postby JuranBoldenRules » Mon Apr 02, 2007 4:03 pm

Heatley is a 30-40 goal man without Spezza, if he had him all season he'd probably be close to 60 right now.
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