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Tyler Johnson Named AHL Most Valuable Player

Tyler Johnson Named AHL Most Valuable Player

For the second straight year, a member of the Tampa Bay Lightning organization has been named the American Hockey League Most Valuable Player.

The AHL announced on Friday afternoon that Syracuse Crunch center Tyler Johnson has been named the 2012-2013 MVP. Former Bolt Cory Conacher won the Les Cunningham Award last year on the Calder Cup champion Norfolk Admirals.

“I’m pretty surprised and to be honest, it wasn’t something I was thinking about during the season, but I’m honored,” Johnson said in a release on the Lightning’s official website. “It’s an award that is presented to an individual, but really it’s a team award, so I have to thank all of my

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Taylor Gaines
Tampa Bay Lightning fan pursuing a career as a journalist at the University of Florida.
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JenNoble
JenNoble

and he proved he earned it last night by scoring a hat trick!  Go Tyler!

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