Sidney Crosby and Jordan Staal had chances at a handful of awards but only came home with one.
Crosby won the Mark Messier Leadership Award (above, with its namesake and Crosby) but lost out to Vancouver's Henrik Sedin and Washington's Alex Ovechkin for the Hart Memorial Trophy and the Ted Lindsay award respectively.
The Hart is the NHL's MVP while the Lindsay is the NHLPA's MVP.
Staal was a finalist for the Frank J. Selke Trophy as the league's top defensive forward but lost out to Detroit's Pavel Datsyuk.
Coyotes coach Dave Tippett, a former Penguins forward, won the Jack Adams Award as the league's top coach.
Other award winners include:
Norris Trophy (Best defenseman): Duncan Keith, Blackhawks
Vezina Trophy (Best goaltender): Ryan Miller, Sabres
Calder Trophy (Best rookie): Tyler Myers, Sabres
Lady Byng Award (Gentlemanly play): Martin St. Louis, Lighting
Masterton Trophy (Dedication to the sport): Jose Theodore, Capitals.
King Clancy Trophy (charity work): Shane Doan, Coyotes
Crosby was named to the NHL's Second All-Star team
Mike Green, D, Capitals
Patrick Kane, RW, Blackhawks
Duncan Keith, D, Blackhawks
Ryan Miller, G, Sabres
Alex Ovechkin, LW, Capitals
Henrik Sedin, C, Canucks
Ilya Bryzgalov, G, Coyotes
Drew Doughty, D, Kings
Nicklas Lidstrom, D, Red Wings
Sidney Crosby, C, Penguins
Martin St. Louis, RW, Lightning
Daniel Sedin, LW, Canucks
The NHL's all-rookie team was also named:
Nicklas Bergfors, RW, Thrashers
Michael Del Zotto, D, Rangers
Matt Duchense, C, Avalanche
Jimmy Howard, G, Red Wings
Tyler Myers, D, Sabres
John Tavares, C, Islanders
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