In hockey, the player who proves to be the league's most valuable player is awarded with the Hart Memorial Trophy. Ducks forward Corey Perry was given the Hart this past season after a tremendous campaign in Anaheim.
Another prestigious trophy not named Stanley is the Art Ross Trophy, which goes to the player who notches the most scoring points each season. For the last two years, a Sedin brother won it — Henrik in 2010 and Daniel in 2011. It was Henrik who actually won both the Hart and Art Ross trophies during the 2009-10 season but he's not the only player to pull off such an impressive feat. In fact, only four times since 2001 has the winner of the Art Ross Trophy not been named winner of the Hart Trophy.
While many players have bagged both awards in the same season, only one player has done so while playing for two different teams in said year.
For a select amount of Bruins games this season, NESN and The Four's will be teaming up to offer B's fans the chance at winning a $50 gift card to The Four's Restaurant and Sports Bar by simply answering a trivia question found at NESN.com/thefours. Questions will be posted at noon every afternoon on the day of a Bruins home game, unless otherwise noted.
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