LAS VEGAS -- Carey Price clearly was nervous when he delivered his first acceptance speech at the 2015 NHL Awards at MGM Grand Garden Arena on Wednesday.
"I was really uncomfortable," the Montreal Canadiens goalie said.
Fortunately it got easier for him as the night went along. He had a lot of practice because he had a historic night as a four-time winner.
Price took home the Hart Trophy as the NHL's most valuable player, the Vezina Trophy as the League's best goalie and the Ted Lindsay Award for the most outstanding player as voted by the players. Price also received a share of the William M. Jennings Trophy with Corey Crawford of the Chicago Blackhawks as the goalies on the teams that allowed the fewest goals in the regular season (189).
Price, 27, is the first goalie in NHL history to sweep those four awards.