Vote for the 2009 Sharkie Awards!

And the WINNER for the MOST impressive overall regular season accomplishment as the Sharks set a franchise record with 42 wins IS……..
With 36% of vote - Ryan Vesce records a franchise record nine game winning goals, four of which came in overtime.
Congratulations to Ryan Vesce for winning a 2009 Sharkie Award for his terrific regular season setting a franchise record with nine game winning goals!
Below are the rest of the results:
23% of vote - Frazer McLaren records a franchise record 21 fighting majors.
23% of vote - Thomas Greiss sets a franchise record with 30 wins in between the pipes.
11% of vote - Rookie Jason Demers led the Sharks in +/- with a +15 rating.
7% of vote - Patrick Traverse finished 11th in the AHL defenseman scoring race with 43 points (9-34-43).  Traverse had the best offensive season in his 15th professional season.
Vote for the Best! presents the 2009 Sharkie Awards!
For the entire months of August and September, will be asking YOU what YOU think were the best moments of the 2008-09 Worcester Sharks season!
This time, we will ask you to vote for the MOST EXCITING regular season home game from last season!
Which game will win the 2009 Sharkie Award for the MOST EXCITING regular season home game from last season?
Below, in no particular order, are the nominees for the MOST EXCITING regular season home game from last season:
10/18/08 – Sharks defeat Bruins in overtime 3-2. Ryan Vesce scores in OT after blast from point by Kyle McLaren in front of 6,814 fans.
1/2/09 – Sharks drill Norfolk 5-1 behind the first professional hat trick by Riley Armstrong. The game featured several fights and 96 combined penalty minutes.
2/28/09 – P.J. Fenton scores three goals as the Sharks wallop the Falcons 7-3 in a brawl filled game that featured 141 penalty minutes.
3/7/09 – The Sharks defeat the River Rats 4-1 in an exciting up and down battle. Taylor Dakers made 31 saves while Frazer McLaren scored twice and dropped the mitts in front of 6,395 fans.
4/11/09 – In front of the largest crowd in Sharks history, Thomas Greiss recorded the first ever Sharks shutout at home making 23 saves in a 3-0 win over the Bruins.

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