Brad Marchand voted best and worst trash-talker by fellow players

Shannon Keefe
March 20, 2019 - 12:23 pm

Everyone can agree that Brad Marchand talks a lot of trash, but his colleagues apparently can't agree on whether he's good or bad at it.

The results of the 2018-19 NHLPA Players Poll (which polls more than 500 current NHL players) were released Wednesday, and Marchand won the vote for both best trash-talker in the league (21.3%) and worst trash-talker in the league (12.5%).

Marchand celebrated his pair of victories on Twitter:

Patrice Bergeron also received votes in a pair of categories -- “Who is the most difficult player to play against?” and “Which player would you select to start a franchise with?” -- but lost out to Edmonton's Connor McDavid in both categories.

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