Source Pravda.Ru

Russian hockey player Mogilny awarded NHL prize for gentlemanly conduct

Russian Alexander Mogilny from Toronto Maple Leaves has been awarded the NHL Lady Byng Trophy for gentlemanly conduct. The individual prizes award ceremony was held last night in Toronto, Canada.

The reason he was given the award was that during the regular season he had only 12 minutes of penalty. The player did not attend the ceremony and the prize was handed to the Maple Leaves' main coach Pat Quinn.

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