Capitals’ Ovechkin wins third Hart Trophy (Reuters)

(Reuters) - Washington Capitals captain Alexander Ovechkin won the Hart Trophy as the National Hockey League's most valuable player on Saturday, claiming the honor for the third time. Ovechkin, who also claimed the MVP award in 2008 and 2009, edged Pittsburgh Penguins center Sidney Crosby in the closest Hart race in a decade. Ovechkin received 1,090 points to 1,058 for Crosby in voting conducted by the Professional Hockey Writers' Association. Crosby, however, did not go away empty-handed, capturing the Ted Lindsay award that goes to the most outstanding player as voted by his fellow players. ...

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