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Hart Memorial Trophy

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Winner

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Shane Doan

The Coyotes Captain was voted the player most valuable to his team, and there is no denying that. Racking up 115 points in a full 82 games played, leading the next closest Coyote by 46 points.

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Lady Byng Memorial Trophy

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Brian Gionta

The Canadiens Captain only picked up 10 minor penalties throughout the whole season, aloing with his point production in the offensive end, Brian was voted the played who best displayed sportsmanship and gentlemanly conduct in the NHL.

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Ducks 1st/2nd Rounders 2010/2011/2012

Luca Sbisa

Kyle Palmieri

Nicolas Deschamps

Rikard Rakell

Ben Maxwell

Mathieu Carle

Hampus Lindholm

Manual Rerates

Brandon Mcmillan

Dan Sexton

Troy Bodie

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I'd like to extend my congratulations to Shane Doan on winning the Hart Trophy. Well deserved after such an incredible season. Class act.

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Ducks 1st/2nd Rounders 2010/2011/2012

Luca Sbisa

Kyle Palmieri

Nicolas Deschamps

Rikard Rakell

Ben Maxwell

Mathieu Carle

Hampus Lindholm

Manual Rerates

Brandon Mcmillan

Dan Sexton

Troy Bodie

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Vezina Trophy

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Tomas Vokoun

Tomas put up spectacular numbers in his second season with the Capitals. While posting a 46-23-7 record with a 2.00 GAA and a .928 SV% along with 4 shutouts, the league felt that he was the goaltender best at his position for the season.

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Calder Memorial Trophy

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Granlund put up spectacular numbers in his first season in the NHL, racking up 35 goals and 34 assists, totalling 69 points. Granlund also posed a +/- rating of +10 and scored 3 shorthanded goals to make him the top rookie of the NHL.

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James Norris Trophy

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Brian Campbell

Brian was outstanding in his second season in Florida. Campbell tallied 17 goals as well as 62 assists, totalling 79 points on the season. Brian solidified his title as an offensive defenceman, scoring 12 of his goals with the man advantage. Brian's stellar year led him to his first ever Norris Trophy for the years top defenceman.

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Alrights me thinks I have it now

Nicolas Deschamps

Rikard Rakell

Ben Maxwell

Hampus Lindholm

Manual Rerates

Brandon Mcmillan

Dan Sexton

Troy Bodie

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Conn Smythe Trophy

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Antti Niemi

Niemi was unstoppable in the postseason. Antti posted a 16-3-3 record in the playoffs, along with a 1.61 GAA and a .946 SV%, and 2 shutouts. It is no doubt that Niemi was the Most Valuable Player of this years playoffs, for he was a "brick wall" for the Oilers as he was one of the many reasons that the Stanley Cup wound up in Edmonton.

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Alrights me thinks I have it now

Nicolas Deschamps

Rikard Rakell

Ben Maxwell

Hampus Lindholm

Manual Rerates

Brandon Mcmillan

Dan Sexton

Troy Bodie

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Ted Lindsay Award

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Shane Doan

Doan's 115 point season is the reason why he was voted the Most Valuable Player of the regular season as voted by the members of the NHL Player's Association.

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King Clancy Memorial Trophy

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Mike Green

Mike Green was voted the player who best exemplifies leadership qualities on and off the ice and who has made a significant humanitarian contribution to his community. Mike has shown strong leadership with the Toronto Maple Leafs, and has made a positive impact on the city of Toronto.

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Ottawa Re-Rates:

Devante Smith-Pelly

Slater Koekkoek

Tanner Pearson

Ryan Murray

Cody Ceci

Manual re-rates:

Magnus Paajarvi Svensson

Craig Anderson

Pascal Dupuis

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Ottawa Re-Rates:

Devante Smith-Pelly

Slater Koekkoek

Tanner Pearson

Ryan Murray

Cody Ceci

Manual re-rates:

Magnus Paajarvi Svensson

Craig Anderson

Pascal Dupuis

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Franke J. Selke Trophy

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Jonathan Toews

Jonathan was voted the forward who best demonstrated the defensive aspect of the game in the NHL as determined by the Professional Hockey Writers' Association. Toews' abilities on the ice was a key component during the regular season and in getting the Chicago Blackhawks into the postseason.

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NHL Plus/Minus Award

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Dan Hamhuis

Dan has been a staple on the Vancouver blue line. Hamhuis' offensive and defensive capabilities allowed him to notch a plus/minus rating of +29 while playing in 72 games this season, playing over 22 minutes a game on average.

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These only apply to AHL players. MPS, Anderson and Dupuis have spent their time in the NHL.

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