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Good evening, VHL!!

 

It's time once again for the annual awards show, which will be hosted by yours truly once again! The show will be presented LIVE at 9 PM EST, with this post serving as a holder for the results to be pasted into afterwards for easier viewing. 

 

Hope to see you all then!

 

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RESULTS:

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Continental Cup: Malmo Nighthawks 

Victory Cup: Calgary Wranglers

Devin Marlow-Marta Trophy: DC Dragons

Terence Fong Trophy: Malmo Nighthawks 

 

Scotty Campbell Trophy: Mikko Lahtinen, MOS

Brett Slobodzian Trophy: Stone Wolski, DCD

Daisuke Kanou Trophy: Chris Hylands, MAL

David Knight Trophy: Geoffrey Dee, CHI

Aidan Shaw Trophy: Stone Wolski, DCD

Sterling Labatte Trophy: Condor Adrienne, MAL

Jake Wylde Trophy: Jeff Downey, CHI

Alexander Valiq Trophy: Condor Adrienne, MAL

Scott Boulet Trophy: Mikko Lahtinen, MOS

Christian Stolzschweiger Trophy: L, CHI

Dustin Funk Trophy: Ajay Krishna, DCD; Stone Wolski, DCD

Frederik Elmebeck Trophy: fishy

Greg Clegane Trophy: Stone Wolski, DCD

Mike Szatkowski Trophy: John Merrick, TOR

Kevin Brooks Trophy: Guy Lesieur, DCD

Alexander Beketov Trophy: Condor Adrienne, MAL

 

All-VHL First Team 

John Merrick - Mikko Lahtinen - Andrew Su

Condor Adrienne - Jeff Downey

Stone Wolski 

 

All-VHL Second Team

Chris Hylands - Ola Vikingstad - Guy Lesieur

Ziarie Anigbogu - Erik Killinger

Jacques Lafontaine

 

All-VHL Rookie Team

Gary Rush - Rhynex Entertainment - Leo Strauss

L - Muffbeav

Calvin Harvey

 

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Good evening everyone, and welcome to the Season 75 Victory Hockey League Awards Show, presented by VSN! Returning yet again as your host is yours truly, Doomsday! 

 

75 seasons. Three quarters of a century's worth of VHL seasons, over thirteen real world years of simulation hockey and this wonderful community. That's a huge deal. It was unheard of for sim leagues to last thirteen seasons, let alone thirteen years. We've had a lot of great friends come and go, with even more legendary players along the way. Thankfully, many of you are still here, with more to come! We had a season worthy of the milestone, with fierce competition, expansion teams making plenty of noise, and a franchise lifted the Continental Cup for the very first time.

 

Tonight, we celebrate the great achievements of Season 75!

 

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Let's start off with our new champions! Looking back, the Malmo Nighthawks had one of the most unlikely runs to the top in VHL history. Moving Lewis Dawson at the trade deadline especially didn't seem like a move a team looking to win a Cup would make, but the results speak for themselves. With the legendary Condor Adrienne in his final season, the likes of Ray Shields, Chris Hylands, Marshall James Frostbeard, Guy Saskamoose, and Grekkark Gyrfalcon rallied together to go on an incredible run, defeating Warsaw and Moscow on their way to take on another expansion franchise seeking their first title in the DC Dragons. However, Malmo had come too far for Condor Adrienne to get anything but the storybook ending he deserved, capping off his legendary career with a Continental Cup win.

 

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Congratulations to the Malmo Nighthawks, the Season 75 Continental Cup Champions!

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After strong seasons in the early 70s, including a Victory Cup in Season 72 and two trips to the Continental Cup Finals, the Calgary Wranglers faced a brief retooling in Season 74, but returned to the top of the standings in Season 75, with a 45-17-10 record. With Patrik Tallinder, RJ Jubis, Edwin THE Encarnacion and Jacques Lafontaine, Calgary was a dangerous opponent all season, with the ability to score at any given time, combined with Lafontaine's ability to slam the door shut on the back end, the Wranglers claimed the top spot of the regular season. Although they were upset by the upstart Chicago Phoenix, Calgary remains poised to do more damage to the VHL with the core of the team largely intact. 

 

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Congratulations to the Calgary Wranglers, winners of the Season 75 Victory Cup!

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Let's start off with our new champions! Looking back, the Malmo Nighthawks had one of the most unlikely runs to the top in VHL history. Moving Lewis Dawson at the trade deadline especially didn't seem like a move a team looking to win a Cup would make, but the results speak for themselves. With the legendary Condor Adrienne in his final season, the likes of Ray Shields, Chris Hylands, Marshall James Frostbeard, Guy Saskamoose, and Grekkark Gyrfalcon rallied together to go on an incredible run, defeating Warsaw and Moscow on their way to take on another expansion franchise seeking their first title in the DC Dragons. However, Malmo had come too far for Condor Adrienne to get anything but the storybook ending he deserved, capping off his legendary career with a Continental Cup win.

 

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Congratulations to the Malmo Nighthawks, the Season 75 Continental Cup Champions!

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Up first, we have the Alexander Beketov Trophy, annually awarded to the league leader(s) in assists. This season, the top three frontrunners finished just three assists apart. Toronto Legion defenseman Ziarie Anigbogu @ngine4 had a massive breakout season, finishing with 68 assists after scoring 11 points as a rookie. Dagmar Havlova @diamond_ace , in her first season with the Warsaw Predators, admirably attempted to be the first forward since Kronos Bailey in Season 68, but with a nice 69 assists, fell just one short of doing so. But capping off his career in style with a VHL-best 70 assists is none other than Condor Adrienne @OrbitingDeath ! It's his first, and ultimately only Alexander Beketov Trophy win, and yet another accolade for the surefire Hall of Fame defenseman in his final season!

 

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Congratulations to Condor Adrienne, the Alexander Beketov Trophy winner!

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