Congrats to Henrik Sedin and it's not his fault, but it's not only Bruce Boudreau who didn't agree with the awards voting:
Bruce Boudreau on NHL Awards choices
Here's a complete analysis from Kukla's Korner why an incorrect choice was made for Hart trophy winner:
I also liked the discussion in comments section where PuckStopsHere explains MVP part, and I'd say it was brilliant:
you’re completely ignoring the hart definition - “the player adjudged most valuable to his team”
The most valuable player to his team is the player with the greatest overall value. What is more valuable? A $10 million diamond in a box of million dollar diamonds or a $5 mill diamond in a box of gravel and glass shards. The $10 mill diamond is obviously more valuable. Only hockey fans would turn around and argue that the $5 mill diamond is more valuable to his box, because he is the only stone worth anything in the box - even though he is less valuable than the $10 mill one.
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