Most Valuable Player

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Most Valuable Player ( Engl. For wertvollster player ), abbreviated MVP , a mostly of is journalists assigned award for the "most valuable" (best or most important) player in a team sport for his performance in a season, a tournament or just a single game .

Awards in various sports

There are three trophies for MVPs in the National Hockey League (NHL): the Association of Hockey Journalists awards the Conn Smythe Trophy to the MVP of the Playoffs and the Hart Memorial Trophy and the National Hockey League Players' Association the Ted Lindsay Award to each of your chosen regular season MVP.

In the National Football League (NFL), sports journalists vote for the NFL Player Of The Year in the regular season . The Super Bowl MVP will also be honored.

In the National Basketball Association (NBA) and Women's National Basketball Association (WNBA), sports journalists choose the NBA Most Valuable Player and WNBA Most Valuable Player in the regular season and the NBA Finals MVP and WNBA Finals MVP in the playoffs . In addition, fans of the NBA All-Star Game and the WNBA All-Star Game can choose the NBA All-Star Game MVP or WNBA All-Star MVP.

For Major League Baseball (MLB), the season's MVP is chosen by the Baseball Writers Association of America (as well as for the Cy Young Award and the Rookie of the Year Award ) on the basis of the ranking principle . The World Series MVP will also be honored.

In Major League Soccer (MLS), the MVP of the Regular Season and the MLS Cup MVP are awarded.

This term is also used in e-sports .

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