Canucks froward Daniel Sedin wins Ted Lindsay Award as MVP by peers

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The Hockey News

The Hockey News

LAS VEGAS, Nev. - Daniel Sedin is the NHL's most valuable player in the eyes of his peers.

The Vancouver Canucks forward took home the Ted Lindsay Award on Wednesday as MVP in voting by the players.

Sedin edged out Anaheim's Corey Perry and Tampa's Steven Stamkos.

The Swede led the league in scoring with 104 points.



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