Despite finishing without a goal in the Stanley Cup finals, Pittsburgh Penguins captain Sidney Crosby won the Conn Smythe Trophy that goes to the most valuable player in the postseason.
The Penguins captured the title with a six-game win over the Sharks, sealing the championship with a 3-1 victory Sunday in San Jose.
Crosby recorded two assists in the clincher, giving him four helpers in the series.
In 24 playoff games, Crosby recorded six goals, 13 assists and a minus-2 rating. He did his best work in the opening-round win over the New York Rangers, when he had three goals, five assists and a plus-8 rating in five games.