The ESPY Awards 2002 winners

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NHL nominees  

Martin Brodeur
Credentials: Led NHL in wins in 2000-01 (42), helping the Devils to the Stanley Cup finals.

Past ESPY's: none

Dominik Hasek
Credentials: Sported 41-15-8 record and 2.17 GAA during 2001-02 season leading Detroit to an NHL championship and nabbing his first Stanley Cup.

Past ESPY's: 1999 & 2000 Best Hockey Player

Jarome Iginla winner
Credentials: Led NHL in scoring in 2001-02 (96 points)…only 50-goal scorer in ’01-02 (52 goals).

Past ESPY's: none

Nicklas Lidstrom
Credentials: 2001 Norris Trophy winner (top defenseman). Ranked fourth in assists in 2002 helping the Wings take the Stanley.

Past ESPY's: none

Patrick Roy
Credentials: Earned third career Conn Smythe (playoff MVP) in 2001 ... Led NHL in goals against average in 2001-02 (1.94).

Past ESPY's: none

Joe Sakic
Credentials: 2001 NHL MVP … Finished tied for 5th in points in 2002.

Past ESPY's: 1997 Best Hockey Player

Jose Theodore
Credentials: In 2002, led NHL in save percentage (.931) and ranks second in shutouts with 7.

Past ESPY's: none

past winners
'01 Chris Pronger

'00 Dominik Hasek

'99 Dominik Hasek

'98 Mario Lemieux

'97 Joe Sakic

'96 Eric Lindros

'95 Mark Messier

'94 Mario Lemieux

'93 Mario Lemieux

The ESPY Awards 10th anniversary show will air on ESPN live from Hollywood's Kodak Theatre on July 10 at 9 p.m. ET.

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