in Total, more than 500 NHL players responded to the players association survey, which surveyed among the league's best players.
the Vote participated in the NHL-the players complained the most clever aggressor Edmonton Oilers Connor mcdavid's , which got as high as 63.6 per cent of the vote. Secondly, become the Sidney Crosby received ”only” 17.2 percent. Fifth place to find Florida panthers in the Finnish centre Aleksander Barkov (of 1.7 %).
the Best defense was elected as the Tampa Bay light ning Victor Hedman (31,7) before the Los Angeles Kings, Drew Doughtya (20,9). NHL players opinion, the best goalkeeper of Montreal Canadiens Carey Price (29,9) prior to the Nashville Predators, Pekka Rinne (17,3) and light ning Andrei on vasilevsky (17,1).
the NHL's harder laukojasta voted themselves rightly in Washington Capitals Alexander Ovetshkin , which is captured already in the eighth scoring voitossaan. This season 48 goals made Russian got votes as high as 50.2%. Ovetshkinin after the next, tougher laukojina a highly prized Montreal Canadiens defender Shea Weber (14.6) and the Winnipeg Jets Finnish striker Patrik Laine (12,6). The Toronto Maple Leafs, experience is presented Matthews got 8,0 and light ning Steven Stamkos 1.9% of the vote.
the NHL's undervalued player was voted Barkov, who received in this category 21.5% of the vote. Barkov has had a similar voting tip in the past. Second, vote-Washington Capitals Nicklas Backstrom received 11.4 percent of the vote. Colorado Avalanche Mikko Rantanen was on the list at number five (4,4 %).Golf and tennis taste
Game-related things in addition, players also voted not-so-serious topics. Swedish Henrik Lundqvist was elected the best-dressed player (25.8% of the vote), and her country husband Erik Karlssonilla is the league's best haircut (18,4).
the Vote also confirmed that hockey players thrive in the tray outside the golf putting green and the tennis court – or at least they appreciate these species. Best hockey as being outside the sport as elected namely Tiger Woods (24,4) and Roger Federer (of 11.3).