Patrick Kane among finalists for Lindsay Award

SHARE Patrick Kane among finalists for Lindsay Award

ST. LOUIS, MO - APRIL 21: Patrick Kane #88 of the Chicago Blackhawks celebrates after scoring the game-winning goal against the St. Louis Blues in Game Five of the Western Conference First Round during the 2016 NHL Stanley Cup Playoffs at the Scottrade Center on April 21, 2016 in St. Louis, Missouri. The Blackhawks beat the Blues 4-3 in double overtime. (Photo by Dilip Vishwanat/ Getty Images) ORG XMIT: 629097721

TORONTO (AP) — Dallas forward Jamie Benn, Washington goalie Braden Holtby and Chicago forward Patrick Kane are the finalists for the Ted Lindsay Award as the NHL’s most outstanding player.

The award is the only NHL honor determined by the players themselves. They voted at end of the regular season and the three top three were designated as finalists Friday. The winner will be announced June 22 during the NHL Awards in Las Vegas.

Benn had a career-high 41 goals and 89 points in 82 games.

Holtby matched Martin Brodeur’s NHL season victory record, going 48-9-7 with three shutouts. He had a 2.20 GAA and .922 save percentage.

Kane led the NHL with 106 points and had 46 goals in 82 games.

The Latest
The unclassified documents from the Obama administration are at the official Obama Presidential Library in Hoffman Estates; classified material is in Maryland.
Some records were marked “sensitive compartmented information,” a category meant to protect the nation’s most important secrets — secrets that, if revealed publicly, could cause “exceptionally grave” damage to U.S. interests.
This year’s Field of Dreams game serves as a reminder that the large-market Cubs, with an international following, have every advantage in courting top free agents
The risk level was downgraded because Cook County’s case rate has fallen below the threshold of 200 cases per 100,000 residents for the last week — but just barely so.
State Sen. Darren Bailey kept the story alive, and Pritzker took full advantage, pounding away at his opponent every chance he got.