Connor McDavid dominated the NHL season. The Edmonton Oilers captain did the same at the league’s awards ceremony on Monday.
McDavid won his third Hart Trophy as NHL MVP on the heels of a 153-point campaign — the most in the NHL since Mario Lemieux’s 161 in 1995-96.
The 26-year-old started the night by taking home his fourth Ted Lindsay Award as the league’s most outstanding player as voted by his peers.
McDavid also won his fifth Art Ross Trophy as the NHL’s leading scorer _ 25 points clear of teammate Leon Draisaitl’s second-place showing — along with his first Maurice (Rocket) Richard Trophy on the heels of a league-best 64-goal season.