Kyle Connor from Winnipeg Jets wins Lady Byng Trophy award for gentlemanly conduct

NEW YORK — Winnipeg Jets Forward Kyle Connor She was awarded the Lady Byng Trophy, which is given to the NHL’s most gentlemanly player.

The league announced the honor Monday night prior to Game 4 of the Western Conference finals, which will be played between Colorado and Edmonton.

Connor tied for second in terms of the number of minor penalties during regular season. In over 1,700 minutes of hockey, Connor was only twice penalized. This included matchups against top offensive players and regular short-handed shifts.

It is his first time winning Lady Byng. Carolina defenseman, was the winner last year. Jaccob SlavinThe Professional Hockey Writer Association voted second for. Minnesota captain Jared Spurgeon Third.

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