Los Angeles Kings Announce 2010-11 Team Awards

On April 9, during their game against the Anaheim Ducks at Staples Center, the Los Angeles Kings announced their annual team awards.

As Voted On By the Media

Bill Libby Memorial Award (Most Valuable Player: Anze Kopitar
Mark Bavis Memorial Award (Best Newcomer): Willie Mitchell
Outstanding Defenseman: Drew Doughty
Defensive Player:
Anze Kopitar

As Voted By The Players

Ace Bailey Memorial Award (Most Inspirational): Matt Greene
Unsung Hero:
Matt Greene

Selected By The Kings Care Foundation

Community Service: Dustin Brown

Selected By The Kings Booster Club

Most Popular Player: Anze Kopitar

Center Anze Kopitar was also the team’s leading scorer.

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5 thoughts on “Los Angeles Kings Announce 2010-11 Team Awards

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  1. I still think that Quick has had too much of an impact on the team not to get recognized in some way.

  2. You can make a case for Quick, but this was clearly Kopitar’s team. He was their best player in all three zones. All you have to do is look at what the team has become without him to know that he is their most valuable player.

    1. Such a good point. Take Quick from the line-up and he can be replaced by someone equally, if not more, competent (Bernier). Therefore it’s almost impossible to say he is the most valuable player. There are nly a handful of guys in the league who could replace Kopitar and none of them plays for Los Angeles.

  3. O don’t get me wrong I definately agree with you that Kopitar was the leader. But I’m saying that without Quick, Kopitar wouldn’t be able to lead them to the playoffs. Maybe he isn’t the most valuable player but he should be rewarded for being such a vital part to the team.

  4. That doesn’t make any sense. We’re talking about the team’s most valuable player award. The Kings don’t have an award that the media votes on that fits what you’re talking about.

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