The names of some of National Hockey League awards are difficult to explain.
For example, the Eastern Conference champions earn the Prince of Wales trophy, named so... oh we don't know why. Does the Prince of Wales even know what ice hockey is?
Perhaps the one that makes most sense is the Hart Memorial Trophy, presented to the league's MVP. It's named after Cecil Hart, head coach of the Montreal Canadiens in the 20s and 30s. Hart, that rare hockey Jew, led the team to three Stanley Cups. (Named after Frederick Stanley, 16th Earl of Derby, of course.)
Wait... no? The Hart Trophy is named after Cecil's father, who was not directly involved in the NHL, but did donate the hardware. Still a Jew, though.
The Lady Bing Trophy? Don't ask us to figure out that one...