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Henrik Sedin wins King Clancy Trophy

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Henrik Sedin wins King Clancy

Henrik Sedin is presented the King Clancy Trophy

Vancouver Canucks center Henrik Sedin is awarded the King Clancy Memorial Trophy for his leadership qualities on and off the ice

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Vancouver Canucks captain Henrik Sedin won the King Clancy Memorial Trophy, given to the player who best demonstrates leadership qualities on and off the ice while also making a humanitarian contribution in his community, at the 2016 NHL Awards in Las Vegas on Wednesday. 

Each of the 30 NHL teams selected its nominee from a player vote before the winner was chosen by a panel of judges and hockey broadcasters and writers.

Sedin finished second on the Canucks in scoring with 55 points (11 goals, 44 assists) this season.

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