Moritz Seider named NHL’s rookie of the year
What, like there was ever a doubt?
Look, I know you probably were a little nervous. I get it.
Moritz Seider is the NHL’s top rookie for the ‘21-’22 season and guess what? It wasn’t even close.
Moritz Seider was a resounding winner, collecting 170 first-place votes among the 195 ballots cast for 1,853 voting points from @ThePHWA. #NHLAwards #NHLStats: https://t.co/KQO1M4nTnB pic.twitter.com/HL09pOGEKQ— NHL Public Relations (@PR_NHL) June 21, 2022
Since being drafted 6th overall in 2019, Moritz Seider has sliced his way through every level of hockey he’s competed at.. And I think it’s funny that the NHL seemed to be the level that he seemed most-comfortable with. I don’t need to give you too much analysis if you’re a Red Wings fan — even as a young man Moritz Seider has a refined skill in most aspects of the game. Seider played suited up in every single game this past season. He managed to put up 50 points (7-43—50) — one of the top-scorers in his class.
The Red Wings gave their star-studded rookie a nice little montage on Twitter:
🗣 MO CALDER!!! pic.twitter.com/kZJXhf1FGi— Detroit Red Wings (@DetroitRedWings) June 21, 2022