The “You Vote” series allows you to decide who the NHL’s best player was during the 2010-2011 regular season. Check back every day for up-to-date information and follow Lukas Hardonk on Twitter, @THWLukasHardonk.
Pittsburgh Penguins goalie Marc-Andre Fleury has been voted as the NHL’s best at his position for the 2010-2011 regular season. Fleury’s victory makes it an all-Penguins sweep of the You Vote series, with Sidney Crosby being named the league’s best forward and Kris Letang has the league’s best defenceman.
Fleury played in 65 games for the Penguins last season. He finished with a record of 36-20-5, a save percentage of .918 and a goals against average of 2.32.
Now that THW readers have chosen the NHL’s best at the three main positions, it’s time to vote on who is the best out of those three.
Despite playing in just 41 games, Crosby led the Penguins in points by a rather large margin of 16. He also led them in goals, with 32, and finished second on the team in assists, with a total of 34.
Letang, who led all Penguins defenceman, tallied 50 points in 82 games. Eight of those points came by way of scoring, while the other 42 were assists.
Voting for the best NHL payer is underway and will end June 6 at 6 PM EST. The winner will be announced via Twitter.
Vote via the poll below.