Who will win the NHL Hart Memorial Trophy: Sidney Crosby or Connor McDavid? | The Tylt
The NHL is back, and all the slick skating and bone-rattling hits are back to give hockey fans joy. Your favorite players have returned, but two separated themselves from the pack as early contenders for the Hart Memorial Trophy. Sidney Crosby has won the award twice, and looks ready to lead the Penguins to another title. Connor McDavid won last year’s award, and is only going to be better. Who’s going to be the MVP? 🏒
Who will win the NHL Hart Memorial Trophy: Sidney Crosby or Connor McDavid?
Crosby was the best player in the Stanley Cup playoffs last season, and the 30-year-old center is not going away anytime soon. The former Hart Memorial Trophy holder missed seven games last year, but still led the league in goals. The Pittsburgh Penguins have a good chance to repeat as Stanley Cup champions, and Crosby is the reason why. He will be the Hart Memorial Trophy winner.
Most 20-year-olds would be happy scoring a B on their organic chemistry midterm. McDavid is winning Hart Memorial Trophies. The young hockey prodigy only needed two years to be named the most valuable player in the NHL—like Crosby. Crosby may be the face of the NHL, but McDavid is its future, and quickly becoming its present. McDavid is only going to get better, and accomplish something Crosby hasn't—win the Hart Memorial Trophy two years in a row.