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Crosby wins Hart, Lindsay awards - 06-24-14

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Sidney Crosby (above) claimed the Hart Trophy for the second time in his career and won the Ted Lindsay Award for the third time.

Both awards recognize the NHL's most valuable player. The Hart Trophy is awarded based on voting by the Professional Hockey Writers Association. Crosby previously won the award in 2006-07. Here are the voting totals listed with points ad first-, second-, third-, fourth- and fifth-place votes:


                                                   Points      (1st-2nd-3rd-4th-5th)
  1.  Sidney Crosby, Penguins     1,341        (128-8-1-0-0)
  2.  Ryan Getzlaf, Ducks                   877         (5-96-28-5-0)
  3.  Claude Giroux, Flyers                 435         (2-15-42-27-19)
  4.  Semyon Varlamov, Avalanche     256         (1-8-23-22-9)
  5.  Patrice Bergeron, Bruins              137         (0-4-9-17-13)
  6.  Tyler Seguin, Stars                       84          (0-1-6-12-11)
  7.  Joe Pavelski, Sharks                     71          (0-0-3-11-23)
  8.  Anze Kopitar, Kings                       58          (0-0-4-9-11)
  9.  Jonathan Toews, Blackhawks         53           (0-2-4-4-7)
 10. Ben Bishop, Lightning                    52           (0-0-5-6-9)
 11. Tuukka Rask, Bruins                     35           (0-1-2-5-3)
 12. Jamie Benn, Stars                         35           (0-1-2-4-6)
 13. Corey Perry, Ducks                      29            (0-0-3-4-2)
 14. Carey Price, Canadiens                 20           (1-0-1-0-5)
 15. Duncan Keith, Blackhawks             19           (0-0-1-3-5)
 16. Gustav Nyquist, Red Wings            13           (0-1-0-2-0)
 17. Matt Duchene, Avalanche               11          (0-0-1-1-3)
 18. Alex Steen, Blues                           9           (0-0-1-1-1)
       John Tavares, Islanders                 9           (0-0-1-1-1)
 20. Patrick Sharp, Blackhawks              7           (0-0-0-2-1)
 21. Shea Weber, Predators                  4           (0-0-0-1-1)
 22.  Joe Thornton, Sharks                    3           (0-0-0-0-3)
 23.  Jaromir Jagr, Devils                      1           (0-0-0-0-1)
        Patrick Marleau, Sharks                1           (0-0-0-0-1)
        Alex Ovechkin, Capitals                1           (0-0-0-0-1)
        Ryan Suter, Wild                          1           (0-0-0-0-1)

The Ted Lindsay Award is based on voting by the National Hockey League Players Association. Crosby won the award previous in 2006-07 and 2012-13. Voting totals were not released.

Crosby, who was also formally awarded the Art Ross Trophy as the league's top scorer, was additonally named to the NHL's first all-star team as voted on by the PHWA. Here are the first and second teams:

First Team

Goaltender - Tuukka Rask, Bruins
Defenseman - Duncan Keith, Blackhawks
Defenseman - Zdeno Chara, Bruins
Center - Sidney Crosby, Penguins
Right winger - Corey Perry, Ducks
Left winger - Jamie Benn, Stars

Second team

Goaltender - Semyon Varlamov, Colorado Avalanche
Defenseman - Shea Weber, Nashville Predators
Defenseman - Alex Pietrangelo, St. Louis Blues
Center - Ryan Getzlaf, Anaheim Ducks
Right winger - Alex Ovechkin, Washington Capitals
Left winger - Joe Pavelski, San Jose Sharks

Here are the voting totals by position:

Center

                                                  Points  (1st-2nd-3rd)
1. Sidney Crosby, Penguins          677     (133-4-0)
2. Ryan Getzlaf, Ducks                   378      (3-117-12)
3. Claude Giroux, Flyers                 101       (1-8-72)
4. Patrice Bergeron, Bruins              32       (0-5-17)
5. Tyler Seguin, Stars                      22       (0-0-22)
6. Anze Kopitar, Kings                     10       (0-1-7)
7. Jonathan Toews, Blackhawks         6        (0-1-3)
8. David Krejci, Bruins                      4        (0-1-1)
9. David Backes, Blues                     1        (0-0-1)
    Jeff Skinner, CAR                         1        (0-0-1)
    Joe Thornton, Sharks                    1       (0-0-1)

Left wing

                                                Points   (1st-2nd-3rd)
1. Jamie Benn, Stars                    446      (57-48-17)
2. Joe Pavelski, Sharks                 325     (49-23-11)
3. Patrick Sharp, Blackhawks         259     (26-31-36)
4. Taylor Hall, Oilers                       73      (0-13-34)
5. Max Pacioretty, Canadiens          40      (2-7-9)
6. Alex Steen, Blues                       26      (2-3-7)
7. Patrick Marleau, Sharks              22       (1-4-5)
8. Chris Kunitz, Penguins            21       (0-5-6)
9. Gabriel Landeskog, Avalanche     11      (0-2-5)
10. Thomas Vanek, Canadiens         3        (0-1-0)
11. Milan Lucic, Bruins                     2       (0-0-2)
      Ryan O'Reilly, Avalanche           2       (0-0-2)
      Zach Parise, Wild                      2       (0-0-2)
14. Patrick Kane, Blackhawks          1       (0-0-1)

Right wing

                                         Points     (1st-2nd-3rd)
1. Corey Perry, Ducks             606      (109-18-7)
2. Alex Ovechkin, Capitals        299     (23-47-43)
3. Flyersl Kessel, TOR               211     (5-44-54)
4. Patrick Kane, Blackhawks       65      (0-16-17)
5. Jaromir Jagr, Devils                14     (0-3-5)
    Martin St. Louis, Rangers        14      (0-3-5)
7. Jarome Iginla, Bruins              12      (0-4-0)
8. Jason Pominville, Wild               4      (0-1-1)
9. T.J. Oshie, Blues                       3      (0-1-0)
10. Blake Wheeler, Jets                 2      (0-0-2)
11. David Backes, Blues                1      (0-0-1)
      Marian Hossa, Blackhawks       1      (0-0-1)
      Kyle Okposo, Islanders           1      (0-0-1)

Goaltender

                                               Points     (1st-2nd-3rd)
1. Tuukka Rask, Bruins                 506       (70-47-15)  
2. Semyon Varlamov, Avalanche   450       (60-44-18)
3. Ben Bishop, Lightning                154       (2-29-57)
4. Carey Price, Canadiens               89       (3-13-35)
5.  Jonathan Quick, Kings                24       (2-4-2)
6. Henrik Lundqvist, Rangers             5       (0-0-5)
7. Sergei Bobrovsky, Blue Jackets     3       (0-0-3)
8. Marc-Andre Fleury, Penguins     2       (0-0-2)

Defensemen

                                                   Points   (1st-2nd-3rd)
1. Duncan Keith, Blackhawks            587     (101-25-7)
2. Zdeno Chara, Bruins                    442     (58-42-26)
3. Shea Weber, Predators                 432    (51-50-27)
4. Alex Pietrangelo, Blues                 253     (16-45-38)
5. Ryan Suter, Wild                          244     (22-36-26)
6. Drew Doughty, Kings                    207     (15-32-36)
7. Erik Karlsson, OTT                         94      (4-12-38)
8. Ryan McDonagh, Rangers               53      (1-9-21)
9. Victor Hedman, Lightning                35      (1-4-18)
10. Matt Niskanen, Penguins          34      (1-6-11)
11. Mark Giordano, Flames                 31      (2-3-12)
12. Marc-Edouard Vlasic, Sharks         22      (1-5-2)
13. PK Subban, Canadiens                 10       (1-0-5)
14. Niklas Kronwall, Red Wings           10       (0-3-1)
15.  Jay Bouwmeester, Blues               4       (0-1-1)
16. Andrei Markov, Canadiens             3       (0-1-0)
17. Oliver Ekman-Larsson, Coyotes      3       (0-0-3)
18. Brent Seabrook, Blackhawks          2       (0-0-2)

Blackhawks defenseman Duncan Keith won the Norris Trophy as the league's top defenseman. The award is voted on by the PHWA. Here are the voting totals:

                                                     Points  (1st-2nd-3rd-4th-5th )
1. Duncan Keith, Blackhawks            1,033    (68-35-17-7-2)
2. Zdeno Chara, Bruins                       667    (21-39-22-19-17)
3. Shea Weber, Predators                    638     (26-23-29-19-15)
4. Ryan Suter, Wild                             351     (9-12-20-22-11)
5. Alex Pietrangelo, Blues                    304     (3-13-18-25-18)
6. Drew Doughty, Kings                       284     (8-6-17-18-23)
7. Erik Karlsson, Senators                     70     (0-5-3-4-8)
8. Ryan McDonagh, Rangers                  53     (0-1-4-5-11)
9. Victor Hedman, Lightning                   42     (1-1-0-5-10)
10. Mark Giordano, Flames                    36     (1-0-2-3-7)
11. Matt Niskanen, Penguins             36     (0-1-2-5-4)
12. Marc-Edouard Vlasic, Sharks             21    (0-1-0-3-5)
13. Niklas Kronwall, Red Wings               10     (0-0-1-1-2)
14. Oliver Ekman-Larsson, Coyotes          6     (0-0-1-0-1)
      PK Subban, Canadiens                      6     (0-0-1-0-1)
16. Andrei Markov, Canadiens                 3      (0-0-0-1-0)
17.  Jay Bouwmeester, Blues                   1      (0-0-0-0-1)
       Brent Seabrook, Blackhawks            1      (0-0-0-0-1)

Bruins goaltender Tuukka Rask won the Vezina Trophy as the league's top goaltender. The award is voted on by the league's general managers. Here are the voting totals:

                                                 Points  1st-2nd-3rd
1. Tuukka Rask, Bruins                   103    (16-6-5)
2. Semyon Varlamov, Avalanche       90    (9-13-6)
3. Ben Bishop, Lightning                   32    (1-6-9)
4. Carey Price, Canadiens                26    (2-3-7)
5.  Jonathan Quick, Kings                    9    (1-1-1)
6. Henrik Lundqvist, Rangers              5    (1-0-0)
7. Steve Mason, Flyers                       3    (0-1-0)
8. Sergei Bobrovsky, Blue Jackets        1    (0-0-1)
    Kari Lehtonen, Stars                        1    (0-0-1)

Avalanche coach Patrick Roy (above) won the Jack Adams as the league's top coach. The award is voted on by the NHL Broadcasters' Association. Here are the voting totals:

                                             Points    (1st-2nd-3rd)
 1. Patrick Roy, Avalanche           399     (68-19-2)
 2. Mike Babcock, Red Wings        163     (11-31-15)
 3.  Jon Cooper, Lightning            136      (5-29-24)
 4. Claude Julien, Bruins                68     (6-8-14)
 5. Bruce Boudreau, Ducks            24     (1-4-7)
 6. Craig Berube, Flyers                23     (1-4-6)
 7. Ken Hitchcock, Blues                14     (2-0-4)
 8. Todd Richards, Blue Jackets        6    (0-0-6)
 9.  Joel Quenneville, Blackhawks     5    (1-0-0)
10. Lindy Ruff, Stars                        5    (0-0-5)
11. Dan Bylsma, Penguins            4     (0-0-4)
      Todd McLellan, Sharks               4     (0-0-4)
13. Mike Yeo, Wild                           2      (0-0-2)
14. Michel Therrien, Canadiens         1      (0-0-1)
      Barry Trotz, Predators               1      (0-0-1)

Avalanche forward Nathan MacKinnon (above) won the Calder Memorial Trophy as the league's top rookie. The award is voted on by the PHWA. Here are the voting totals:Pts.  (1st-2nd-3rd-4th-5th)
                                                           Points  (1st-2nd-3rd-4th-5th)
  1. Nathan MacKinnon, Avalanche          1,347  (130-6-1-0-0)
  2. Ondrej Palat, Lightning                        791  (5-78-29-15-5)
  3. Tyler Johnson, Lightning                      352  (0-13-29-30-26)
  4. Torey Krug, Bruins                              287  (1-9-23-25-24)
  5. Olli Maatta, Penguins                       225  (0-11-18-16-10)
  6.  Jacob Trouba, Jets                              213  (1-11-17-9-14)
  7. Hampus Lindholm, Ducks                     208   (0-7-15-22-18)
  8. Sean Monahan, Flames                         38    (0-2-2-3-5)
  9. Frederik Andersen, Ducks                     25   (0-0-0-4-13)
 10. Chris Kreider, Rangers                         20   (0-0-1-3-6)
 11. Seth Jones, Predators                           15  (0-0-0-4-3)
 12. Valeri Nichushkin, Stars                         14  (0-0-0-3-5)
 13. Nick Bjugstad, Panthers                          9  (0-0-1-1-1)
 14. Tomas Hertl, Sharks                               8  (0-0-1-1-0)
 15. Danny DeKeyser, Red Wings                   5  (0-0-0-1-2)
 16. Aleksander Barkov, Panthers                  1  (0-0-0-0-1)
       Boone Jenner, Blue Jackets                    1  (0-0-0-0-1)
       Martin Jones, Kings                                1  (0-0-0-0-1)
       Darcy Kuemper, Wild                             1  (0-0-0-0-1)
       Eddie Lack, Canucks                              1  (0-0-0-0-1)

Bruins forward Patrice Bergeron (above) won the Frank J. Selke Trophy as the league's top defensive forward. The award is voted on by the PHWA. here are the top 20 voting totals:

                                               Points   (1st-2nd-3rd-4th-5th)
  1. Patrice Bergeron, Bruins        1,283      (112-21-2-2-0)
  2. Anze Kopitar, Kings                  840      (20-66-26-15-3)
  3. Jonathan Toews, Blackhawks     624     (2-36-57-20-7)
  4. David Backes, Blues                 415      (3-5-31-59-18)
  5. Marian Hossa, Blackhawks          66      (0-5-2-2-15)
  6. Ryan O'Reilly, Avalanche            58      (0-0-3-10-13)
  7. Tomas Plekanec, Canadiens       45      (0-0-4-5-10)
  8. Joe Pavelski, Sharks                  32      (0-0-2-3-13)
  9. Sean Couturier, Flyers               30      (0-1-2-1-10)
10. Ryan Getzlaf, Ducks                   22      (0-1-1-2-4)
11. Ondrej Palat, Lightning                19       (0-0-1-3-5)
12. David Krejci, Bruins                    16       (0-0-2-1-3)
13. Pavel Datsyuk, Red Wings           11        (0-1-0-1-1)
14. Antoine Vermette, Coyotes          11       (0-0-0-3-2)
15. Alex Steen, Blues                         9        (0-0-1-1-1)
16. Paul Stastny, Avalanche                8        (0-1-0-0-1)
17. Frans Nielsen, Islanders                8        (0-0-1-1-0)
18. Sidney Crosby, Penguins            8        (0-0-0-2-2)
19. Tyler Johnson, Lightning                6        (0-0-1-0-1)
20. Brandon Dubinsky, Blue Jackets     6        (0-0-0-2-0)

Avalanche forward Ryan O'Reilly (above) won the Lady Byng Memorial Trophy which goes to the player who has exhibited the best type of sportsmanship and gentlemanly conduct combined with a high standard of playing ability. The award is voted on by the PHWA. The top 20 voting totals:

                                                   Points     1st-2nd-3rd-4th-5th
 1. Ryan O'Reilly, Avalanche            1,181      (110-5-8-1-3)
 2. Martin St. Louis, Rangers               358      (4-20-27-11-10)
 3. Patrick Marleau, Sharks                 323      (3-15-23-21-10)
 4. Tyler Seguin, Stars                        289      (2-23-15-7-12)
 5. Frans Nielsen, Islanders                  182      (1-15-6-9-10)
 6. Marcus Johansson, Capitals             128       (1-7-7-9-7)
 7. Teemu Selanne, Ducks                   115       (5-4-4-4-5)
 8. Matt Duchene, Avalanche                104       (1-3-8-9-6)
 9. Daniel Alfredsson, Red Wings            97       (1-5-6-6-4)
10. Anze Kopitar, Kings                          61      (2-4-1-2-2)
11. David Krejci, Bruins                         57       (0-4-2-5-4)
12.  Jason Pominville, Wild                     51       (0-2-3-4-10)
13. Patrice Bergeron, Bruins                   42       (0-4-2-1-1)
14. Patrick Kane, Blackhawks                 39       (0-1-2-6-4)
15.  Jordan Eberle, Oilers                       34       (0-3-1-2-2)
16. Ben Smith, Blackhawks                    33        (0-2-3-1-1)
17.  Jaromir Jagr, Devils                        30        (2-0-2-0-0)
18. Pavel Datsyuk, Red Wings                29        (0-3-0-2-2)
19. Duncan Keith, Blackhawks                25        (0-3-0-1-1)
20. Marc-Edouard Vlasic, Sharks             23        (1-1-1-0-1)

Rangers forward Dominic Moore (above) won the Bill Masterton Memorial Trophy which goes to the player who "best exemplifies the qualities of perseverance, sportsmanship, and dedication to hockey." The award is voted on by the PHWA. Voting totals were not released.

Anaheim's Bob Murray (above) won the league's general manager of the year award. The award is voted on by general managers as well as a panel of league executives and media. The voting totals:

 
                                                       Points  1st-2nd-3rd)
  1. Bob Murray, Ducks                         66     (9-6-3)
  2. Marc Bergevin, Canadiens               49        (7-4-2)
  3. Dean Lombardi, Kings                     33        (3-4-6)
  4. Stan Bowman, Blackhawks              29        (3-4-2)
  5.  Jim Nill, Stars                                27        (4-0-7)
  6. Peter Chiarelli, Bruins                     23        (2-3-4)
  7. Chuck Fletcher, Wild                       21         (2-3-2)
  8. Steve Yzerman, Lightning                19         (2-2-3)
  9. Ken Holland, Red Wings                   14         (1-3-0)
 10. Greg Sherman, Avalanche               10         (2-0-0)
 11. Glen Sather, Rangers                        9         (0-2-3)
 12.  Jarmo Kekalainen, Blue Jackets        8         (0-2-2)
 13. Doug Armstrong, Blues                     6         (0-2-0)
 14. Dale Tallon, Panthers                        1         (0-0-1)

The NHL's all-rookie team was announced. It is voted on by the PHWA. The voting totals were not released. Here are the players selected:

Goaltender - Frederik Andersen, Ducks
Defenseman -Torey Krug, Bruins
Defenseman - Hampus Lindholm, Ducks
Forward - Tyler Johnson, Lightning
Forward - Nathan MacKinnon, Avalanche
Forward - Ondrej Palat (above), Lightning

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