Sidney Crosby Lands Ted Lindsay Award at NHL Awards Show

Crosby landed the Ted Lindsay Award as the League's "most outstanding player," his second straight year doing so.

In the 2013-14 season, Crosby finished with 36 goals (7th in the NHL) and 68 assists (1st in the NHL) for 104 points, also locking in his second Art Ross Trophy since entering the League in 2005.

Fellow Lindsay Finalists Ryan Getzlaf of the Anaheim Ducks and Claude Giroux of that other Pennsylvania team had respectable seasons as well.

Getzlaf finished second in the scoring race with 87 points. His 56 assists were the 5th best in the league and Getz remained one of the most responsible defensive forwards in the game.

Claude Giroux was the barometer for the team from Philly. As he went so did the Flyers. Giroux finished third in the scoring race, notching 86 points with 28 goals and 58 assists, despite an abysmal October.

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