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Crozier award[edit]

Yes, the talkpage for the Crozier award says that even though Ellis won the award, he's not listed, along with a few others. That's a notification specifically to ensure others do not delete the entries. Please repair your errors, and do not edit war at any time DP 09:44, 4 February 2014 (UTC)

My interpretation of what the notification means differs from yours. Though Backstrom is not listed in the NHL's official guide, he is credited on the Hockey Hall of Fame's website as winning it while the others, including Ellis, are not. Neither the NHL's official guide or the Hockey Hall of Fame's website acknowledge Ellis and the others as a winner of the award. My guess is hockeydb listed Ellis as a winner immediately after the season ended and assumed the award was still active. They did not correct the error by the time the awards ceremony came and went without presenting the award. I wonder if this is also true of the NHL Plus-Minus Award for that season - the HHOF website doesn't list Datysuk as a winner of that award either. (EDIT - The Red Wings media guide lists Datysuk as winning the award.) -- I also checked the Predators website since I figured the Predators would note such a win if it indeed happened - it would have been the first time a Predators player won a league award. Searching for Crozier returns two unrelated articles. Searching for Dan Ellis and reading through articles from April through June 2008 note no such win. --Parkfly3 (talk) 10:55, 4 February 2014 (UTC)
Actually, I remember the Preds announcing it quite clearly. One of the original references was the NHL.com announcement. Please repair your errors DP 08:49, 13 February 2014 (UTC)
The Predators 2013-14 media guide lists the awards Predators have won in their history on page 236 and the Crozier Award is not listed. Neither does the 2008-09 Predators media guide on page 201. Add those to the Predators website and NHL.com not mentioning it and I have no reason to believe I am in error regarding this. --Parkfly3 (talk) 10:27, 13 February 2014 (UTC)

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