TORONTO -- Sidney Crosby of the Pittsburgh Penguins, Ryan Getzlaf of the Anaheim Ducks and Claude Giroux of the Philadelphia Flyers have been nominated as finalists for the Ted Lindsay Award. Wholesale Shoes Black Friday Free Shipping . The award is presented annually to the most valuable player in the NHL, as voted by fellow members of the National Hockey League Players Association. The three centres are also the finalists for the Hart Trophy, awarded by the NHL to the player considered most valuable to his team. Crosby scored 36 goals and led the league in assists (68) and points (104) to capture his second career Art Ross Trophy and lead the Penguins to their second consecutive division title. He registered points in 60 of the 80 games he played in (75 per cent), including 30 multi-point performances, and never went more than two consecutive games without registering a point. The 26-year-old Cole Harbour, N.S., native also reached the 100-point milestone for the fifth time hit 700 career points in his 497th game, the fastest among active players and sixth-fastest in NHL history. Crosby won the award in 2007 and 2013 and was a finalist in 2010. Getzlaf scored a career-high 31 goals and ranked second in the league with 87 points to lead the Ducks to the top record in the Western Conference for the first time in franchise history. He posted a 14-game point streak from Nov. 15-Dec. 15 (six goals, 11 assists). Getzlaf, from Regina, also set a career high with seven game-winning goals and recorded a plus-28 defensive rating. Hes a first-time nominee and is looking to become the first Ducks player to receive the award. Giroux matched a career high with 28 goals and finished third in the NHL scoring race with 86 points to help the Flyers bounce back from a 3-9-0 start to the season. After being held pointless in his first five games and not scoring a goal until his 16th, Giroux totalled 28 goals and 51 assists in his final 67 games of the season. The 26-year-old Hearst, Ont., native also compiled a career-long, nine-game point streak Dec. 11-30, (six goals, 11 assists) and recorded his 100th NHL goal Dec. 19. Hes looking to become the first Flyer to receive the Award since Eric Lindros in 1995. Fake Shoes Black Friday . Acclaimed by world football leaders but held in contempt by many football fans. Blatter should arrive at the Itaquerao stadium in Sao Paulo to watch host Brazil play Croatia confident that this tournament -- his fifth as president -- wont be his last leading the worlds favourite sport. China Shoes Black Friday . 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Jackson Houck and Anthony Ast scored for the Giants (17-14-7) as Jared Rathjen turned away 28-of-32 shots in a losing cause. Kelowna went 3 for 6 on the power play while Vancouver failed to score on four chances with the man advantage. Giants defenceman Shaun Dosanjh was given a game misconduct in the third period for an illegal check to the head. --- BRONCOS 4 WARRIORS 1 MOOSE JAW, Sask. — Landon Bow made 35 saves, including 15 in the third period, as Swift Current downed the Warriors. Brett Lernout, Colby Cave, Jake DeBrusk and Zac Mackay scored for the Broncos (21-13-6) and Andrew Johnson chipped in with two assists. Bryson Gore scored the lone goal for Moose Jaw (11-22-6), which is 3-6-1 in its last 10 games. Justin Paulic turned away 22-of-26 shots for the Warriors. --- PATS 8 WHEAT KINGS 4 REGINA — Chandler Stephenson had two goals and an assist and Boston Leier scored once and set up three more as the Pats doubled Brandon. Connor Gay had a goal and two assists for Regina (19-15-4), which halted a four-game slide, while Geordie Maguire, Carter Hansen, Adam Brooks and Dmitry Sinitsyn added a goal each. Tim McGauley scored twice for the Wheat Kings (19-15-3) and Ryley Lindgren and John Quenneville had the others. Dawson MacAuley made 22 saves for the Pats as Curtis Honey turned away 43-of-51 shots for Brandon. --- RAIDERS 4 BLADES 2 SASKATOON — Prince Albert opened up a four-goal lead en route to handing the Blades their 13th straight defeat. Gage Quinney, Darcy Zaharichuk, Jayden Hart and Ryan Coghlan supplied the offence for the Raiders (19-16-2). Nathan Burns and Graham Millar scored for Saskatoon (10-27-3), which hasnt won a game since Nov. 22 when it beat the Lethbridge Hurricanes 5-2. 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Russell Maxwell and Brady Ramsay had a goal apiece for the Hurricanes (7-28-5), who failed to earn their third straight victory. Zac Robidoux made 21 saves for the Tigers. Lethbridges Teagan Sacher started in net but left the game less than six minutes into the first period. Corbin Boes took over and stopped 38-of-41 shots in relief. --- WINTERHAWKS 4 AMERICANS 1 PORTLAND, Ore. — Brendan Burke stopped 30 shots as the Winterhawks beat Tri-City to improve to 13-3-1 on home ice. Adam De Champlain and Dominic Turgeon each had a goal and an assist for Portland (25-8-4) while Oliver Bjorkstrand and Tyson Predinchuk added the others. The Americans (17-17-4) got their lone goal from Brian Williams. Eric Comrie started in net for Tri-City and allowed four goals on 26 shots before giving way to Evan Sarthou, who stopped all 12 shots he faced in 20 minutes of action. --- SILVERTIPS 4 THUNDERBIRDS 3 (OT) KENT, Wash. — Brayden Low scored 3:26 into extra time and Daniel Cotton made 39 saves as Everett edged Seattle. Carson Stadnyk had a pair of goals for the Silvertips (23-11-4) and Jujhar Khaira scored once. Branden Troock, Ryan Gropp and Roberts Lipsbergs scored for the Thunderbirds (22-10-5) and Shea Theodore chipped in with two assists. Seattles Danny Mumaugh stopped 37 shots in a losing cause. --- ICE 2 CHIEFS 1 SPOKANE, Wash. — Mackenzie Skapski turned away 36-of-37 shots as Kootenay halted the Chiefs four-game win streak. Levi Cable and Zach McPhee scored in the first period for the Ice (19-17-3), with McPhees coming by way of the man advantage. Dominic Zwerger responded in the second period for Spokane (22-13-2). Eric Williams made 20 saves for the Chiefs, who fell to 11-7-1 on home ice. --- ROYALS 5 COUGARS 2 VICTORIA — Brandon Magee scored once and set up two more as the Royals defeated Prince George. Austin Carroll and Axel Blomqvist each had a goal and an assist for Victoria (25-13-2) while Ben Walker and Jack Palmer scored a goal apiece. Todd Fiddler and Klarc Wilson scored for the Cougars (14-20-5) and Jordan Tkatch assisted on both of his clubs goals. Coleman Vollrath made 33 saves for the Royals. Prince Georges Ty Edmonds turned away 24-of-29 shots in defeat. --- ' ' '