Mathias Seger en lice pour un trophée européen

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L'alliance des clubs européens a dévoilé les lauréats des European Hockey Awards que voici :

Young Player of the Year
Nominated (in alphabetical order): 

Rasmus Dahlin (Frölunda, SHL) – Olympian at 17, consensus #1 overall pick, 2018 NHL draft
Miro Heiskanen (IFK Helsinki, Liiga) – WJC, Olympics, Worlds in the same season, HIFK 25:06 TOI
Kirill Kaprizov (CSKA, KHL) – Dominant at all levels, league, Worlds, Olympics, incl. golden GWG
Elias Pettersson (Växjö, SHL) – Swept SHL honours, incl. MVP, leading league & playoff scorer
Eeli Tolvanen (Jokerit, KHL) – Top goal scorer at Jokerit, led Finland in Olympic scoring, 9pts/5GP

Coach of the Year 
Nominated (in alphabetical order):

Sam Hallam (Växjö, SHL) – Molded Lakers into a superior SHL force, made CHL Final
Andrew Lord (Cardiff, EIHL) – Led Devils to league and playoff win, as coach AND player!
Kai Suikkanen (Bolzano, EBEL) – Took over last-placed team mid-season, ended up as champion
Frederik Söderström (Storhamar, GET) – Turned pretenders to double-winners in his 1st season
Libor Zábranský (Brno, CZE) – Unifying club force, first time in 11 years a Czech team defends its title

Club of the Year
Nominated (in alphabetical order):

JYP Jyväskylä (Liiga) – Won CHL; first time in 21 years a Finnish club triumphs in Europe
Kärpät Oulu (Liiga) – Took both league and playoffs, 7th title since 2004
Red Bull München (DEL) – Complete DEL dominance, 7 players on GER Olympic silver team
Storhamar Hamar (GET) – Ended Stavanger’s 6-year title run, first trophy in 10 years
Växjö Lakers (SHL) – Almost the perfect season, lost one significant game in 9 months; CHL Final 

Warrior Award
The Warrior of the Year Award is annually awarded to the player who best exemplifies the qualities of sportsmanship and dedication, career excellence, combined with a community service and high standard of playing ability.

Nominated (in alphabetical order):

Christian Ehrhoff (Kölner Haie, DEL) – German hockey icon, capped career with Olympic silver
Martin Erat (Kometa Brno, CZE) – At 36, clutch player on championship team, 5th in league scoring
Tomi Kallio (TPS, Liiga) – Second in league scoring 55pts/58GP – at 41, amazing durability
Mathias Seger (Zurich, NL) – Topped career with 6th Swiss title, 16 Worlds, 4 Olympics, ZSC legend
Riikka Välilä (HV71, SDHL) – IIHF Hall of Famer returns to world class after 10-year retirement

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