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2010 Brandon Bochenski Award: FOLIGNO WINS

View Poll Results: Who wins the Bochenski Award?
Nick Foligno 74 46.25%
Chris Campoli 70 43.75%
Zach Smith 16 10.00%
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10-04-2010, 06:45 PM
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2010 Brandon Bochenski Award: FOLIGNO WINS

vote for the 2010 Brandon Bochenski award winner here.


I will not try to argue to you what the Bochenski award means, but keep in mind that the original intent was for it to be the sens board's concensus for the best player in the preseason, and what bochenski went on to do in his career did not originally factor in.

from the original presentation in 2008:
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This trophy is awarded to the player whose played with a level of excellence above that of his teammates during the preseason alone as a member of the Ottawa Senators.

The Trophy



The finalists (listed in order of votes from nomination thread):

1. Nick Foligno
Finished 3rd in scoring and first (3 way tie) in goals on the ottawa senators with 4 goals and 2 assists in 6 games. Finished the preseason +3 in the plus/minus department. Had a remarkable 50% shooting percentage. Fights brought him to a total of 17PIMs. Scored 1 game-winning goal.

2. Chris Campoli
Tied sens preseason scoring lead with 8pts. T-7th in league assists lead and t-8th in league points lead. His 6 assists led the senators, as did his +6 rating. Scored at a 33% rate (2/6). Played one less game than the other two nominees.

3. Zach Smith
Led sens rookies with 5 points, which also put him in 4th place on the team. Scored a hat-trick in the final game of the preseason for his only 3 goals. Fights put him in 3rd place in pims for the sens with 18pim. Scored at a 30% rate (3/10). Earned a +2 rating in 6 games.



Past winners:
2005 - Brandon Bochenski
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2008 - Chris Neil
2009 - Mike Fisher

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10-04-2010, 06:50 PM
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Campoli and Foligno are right down to the wire, but I'm going to give it to Foligno on the basis of his ridiculous shooting %. Also on the basis of Campoli looked like crap most of the time he was on the ice and anyone watching pretty much agrees.

Based on the original definition you've got, and not the definition I assumed, it should be Spezza's though. By far Ottawa's best player.

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10-04-2010, 07:02 PM
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HM to Chris Kelly. He had a fantastic preseason. Often the best Sen on the ice.

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Campoli.

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10-04-2010, 07:12 PM
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Campoli, because he will return to his old crappy self. That's what the Bochenski award is all about.

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10-04-2010, 07:15 PM
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Gotta be Foligno.

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Campoli, because he will return to his old crappy self. That's what the Bochenski award is all about.
Ugh, but the thing is, that's not what the award is.

Description: This trophy is awarded to the player whose played with a level of excellence above that of his teammates during the preseason alone as a member of the Ottawa Senators.

Foligno, then Smith, then far far away, Campoli.

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10-04-2010, 07:20 PM
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Campoli,

Foligno didnt play as well in his last couple games when the competition got better

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1.6 ppg defenseman. He played at a 131 point pace. Led in +/- and was usually among the leaders in icetime for the team. Furthermore, anybody who says he played worse defensively than Karlsson or even Gonchar is suffering from a case of confirmation bias.

Basically if Karlsson or Lee had done what he did for those 5 games this wouldn't even be a competition.

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When Alfredsson says: "I wish i could do that"

Then.....

I still voted Campoli cause he was a man on a mission.

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1.6 ppg defenseman. He played at a 131 point pace. Led in +/- and was usually among the leaders in icetime for the team. Furthermore, anybody who says he played worse defensively than Karlsson or even Gonchar is suffering from a case of confirmation bias.

Basically if Karlsson or Lee had done what he did for those 5 games this wouldn't even be a competition.
LMFAO!

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The Bochenski Award For Excellence in Unimportance goes to

Chris Campoli.

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10-04-2010, 10:07 PM
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Wow this is close lol

I voted Campoli. Put up points like a true PMD.

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Voted for Foligno, but I think I was biased. Campoli gets my respect for sure.

Obviously, I'm happy for all three finalists.

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10-04-2010, 10:17 PM
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We all know Camps won't produce at the same level and therefore I voted for Foligno. That being said, I never have liked the kid and my opinion is highly biased. Smith was always decent in my eyes.

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I want Foligno to play like he has this preseason, so I won't vote for him.

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10-04-2010, 11:35 PM
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Campoli, because he will return to his old crappy self. That's what the Bochenski award is all about.
Verbatim.

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Campoli. Cause while he racked up the points, he still sucked.

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10-05-2010, 12:14 AM
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I said Foligno in the spirit of the OP's definition of the award.

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I'll give it to Camps. Leading the NHL in points, seeing him up there with Parise was definitely the biggest achivement of this camp.

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I say Nick Foligno on this one.

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Nick Foligno.

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