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Claude Giroux Named Flyers MVP For Second Season In A Row

Claude Giroux was named the winner of the Bobby Clarke Trophy, which is awarded by the media to the Philadelphia Flyers' season MVP. Giroux was given his award before Thursday's game at the Wells Fargo Center against the Sabres.

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Giroux has 28 goals and 92 points for the Flyers this season. Giroux leads the Flyers in points and assists (64). His 28 goals are second on the team behind Scott Hartnell. Giroux also won the Clarke Trophy last season. Philadelphia has clinched a playoff spot with two games remaining in the season.

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Here were the other team award winners:

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Barry Ashbee Trophy (top defenseman): Kimmo Timonen
Yanick Dupre Class Guy Award: Jaromir Jagr
Gene Hart Award (most heart): Wayne Simmonds
Pelle Lindbergh Award for most improved player (voted by the players): Scott Hartnell
Toyota Cup (star of game competition): Claude Giroux

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