Best of the Tips poll: final results

Best of the Tips poll is completed. The full results for day one, day two and day three can be found in the original posts. My impression on the results are that they all pretty much make sense to me. The hardest vote for me was the most valuable to team category, and I see I had plenty of company as it was one of the most closely contested of the polls, with the vote split pretty evenly among the five players listed. And, of course, I’m relieved that “other” didn’t win any categories, meaning I wasn’t out to lunch when choosing players for any of the polls.

Final category winners:

Best skater: Ryan Harrison (32.54 percent)

Hardest shot: Landon Oslanski (76.81)

Most accurate shot: Joshua Winquist (65.22)

Best passer: Mirco Mueller (26.76)

Top face-off man: Kohl Bauml (26.09)

Best defenseman in the offensive zone: Landon Oslanski (73.53)

Top defensive forward: Ryan Harrison (39.67)

Best defenseman in the defensive zone: Mirco Mueller (51.38)

Best goaltender: Austin Lotz (88.89)

Best agitator: Ryan Harrison (37.74)

Toughest player: Lucas Grayson (35.85)

Best overager: Ryan Harrison (44.38)

Best 16-year-old: Tyler Sandhu (69.08)

Most improved (last season to this season): Joshua Winquist (42.18)

Most improved (over the course of this season): Austin Lotz (35.17)

Most valuable to team: Ryan Harrison (28.19)

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