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Historic night for Canadiens' Price at NHL Awards

Wednesday, 06.24.2015 / 10:42 PM / 2015 NHL Awards

Dan Rosen - NHL.com Senior Writer

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.

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Canadiens' Price wins Ted Lindsay Award

Wednesday, 06.24.2015 / 10:41 PM / 2015 NHL Awards

The National Hockey League Players' Association (NHLPA) announced today that Carey Price is the 2014-15 recipient of the Ted Lindsay Award, presented annually to the "Most Outstanding Player" in the NHL as voted by fellow members of the NHLPA.

Jamie Benn of the Dallas Stars and Alexander Ovechkin of the Washington Capitals were nominated by the members of the NHLPA as finalists for the 2014-15 Ted Lindsay Award.

Following an outstanding eighth season in the NHL, this is the first Ted Lindsay Award for Price. This marks the fourth time in the history of the Award that a goaltender has been named as the "Most Outstanding Player", following Mike Liut (1980-81) and Dominik Hasek (1996-97, 1997-98), and the first time in 17 years.

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New rules get varied reactions from players, coaches

Wednesday, 06.24.2015 / 10:15 PM / News

Arpon Basu - Managing Editor LNH.com

LAS VEGAS -- The NHL's adoption of 3-on-3 overtime would appear to be tailor-made for a player such as Ottawa Senators defenseman Erik Karlsson.

The new rules adopted by the NHL Board of Governors on Wednesday include a change to the faceoff protocol and the introduction of a coach's challenge as well as the new overtime format.

The speed and playmaking ability of the two-time Norris Trophy winner would figure to make Karlsson a dominant force under the new overtime rules, and it's logical to assume he would be excited to have the opportunity to show off his skills with all that open ice.

But that was not the case.

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Canadiens' Price a four-time winner at NHL Awards

Honors include Hart and Vezina Trophies as League's MVP, top goaltender

Wednesday, 06.24.2015 / 9:31 PM / 2015 NHL Awards

NHL Public Relations

Goaltender Carey Price, who backstopped the Montreal Canadiens to their best regular season in 26 years, was an historic four-time winner at the 2015 NHL Awards, held at the MGM Grand Garden Arena.

Price captured the Hart Memorial Trophy as the most valuable player to his team, the Ted Lindsay Award for most outstanding player as selected by NHL players and the Vezina Trophy as the League's top goaltender. He also accepted a previously-won honor, the statistics-based William M. Jennings Trophy as the goaltender (min. 25 GP) on the club allowing the fewest regular-season goals. Price and Chicago's Corey Crawford are the 2014-15 winners, as the Canadiens and Blackhawks both allowed a League-low 189 goals.

Price is the first goaltender ever to sweep these four awards in the same season.

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NHL announces 2014-15 All-Rookie Team

Wednesday, 06.24.2015 / 9:19 PM / 2015 NHL Awards

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The National Hockey League today announced the 2014-15 NHL All-Rookie Team, including the three players voted as finalists for the Calder Memorial Trophy as the League’s top rookie: forwards Johnny Gaudreau of the Calgary Flames and Mark Stone of the Ottawa Senators and defenseman Aaron Ekblad of the Florida Panthers.

Also named to the NHL All-Rookie Team are forward Filip Forsberg of the Nashville Predators, defenseman John Klingberg of the Dallas Stars and goaltender Jake Allen of the St. Louis Blues.

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NHL announces 2014-15 All-Star Teams

Wednesday, 06.24.2015 / 9:17 PM / 2015 NHL Awards

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Left wing Alex Ovechkin of the Washington Capitals, who earned his seventh career berth on the First All-Star Team, heads the list of players voted to the 2014-15 National Hockey League postseason All-Star Teams. Also a three-time honoree on the Second Team, Ovechkin's 10 career postseason All-Star Team selections are the most among active players.

Six of Ovechkin's seven career First Team berths have come at left wing (he was voted to the First Team at right wing in 2012-13). The only left wings in NHL history with more First Team selections are Bobby Hull (10) and Ted Lindsay (eight).

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Canadiens' Price wins Hart Trophy as NHL MVP

Wednesday, 06.24.2015 / 9:09 PM / 2015 NHL Awards

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Goaltender Carey Price of the Montreal Canadiens has won the Hart Memorial Trophy, awarded "to the player adjudged to be the most valuable to his team" as selected by the Professional Hockey Writers’ Association.

Price was a runaway winner, receiving 139 first-place votes from the 157 ballots cast for 1,498 points. Washington Capitals left wing Alex Ovechkin, named on 150 ballots including eight first-place tallies, finished second in voting with 888 points, followed by New York Islanders center John Tavares (739).

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Toews, Kane cover athletes for EA Sports NHL 16

Wednesday, 06.24.2015 / 8:59 PM / 2015 NHL Awards

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Electronic Arts Inc., the National Hockey League (NHL®) and the National Hockey League Players' Association (NHLPA) announced today during the 2015 NHL Awards™ that three-time Stanley Cup® Champions Jonathan Toews and Patrick Kane from the Chicago Blackhawks® will both appear on the cover of EA SPORTS™ NHL® 16. This marks the first time in franchise history that the cover has featured two teammates as well as the Stanley Cup trophy. Kane and Toews are also the only athletes in EA SPORTS™ NHL history to appear on the cover twice. The duo spotlight embodies the spirit of NHL 16, where you'll play together and win together.

"I'm honored to not only share the Stanley Cup Championship with Patrick, but to share the EA SPORTS NHL 16 cover with him too," said Toews. "Our team's passion and dedication have made this all possible – and I'm sure fans will be fired up about it."

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Wild's Dubnyk awarded Bill Masterton Trophy

Wednesday, 06.24.2015 / 8:46 PM / 2015 NHL Awards

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Minnesota Wild goaltender Devan Dubnyk is the 2014-15 recipient of the Bill Masterton Memorial Trophy, awarded annually to the NHL player who "best exemplifies the qualities of perseverance, sportsmanship, and dedication to hockey." The award was presented by the Professional Hockey Writers’ Association (PHWA) to honor the late Bill Masterton, a player for the Minnesota North Stars who exhibited those qualities. Masterton died on Jan. 15, 1968, as a result of an on-ice injury.

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Flames' Hudler wins Lady Byng Trophy

Wednesday, 06.24.2015 / 8:41 PM / 2015 NHL Awards

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Calgary Flames forward Jiri Hudler has captured the Lady Byng Memorial Trophy, awarded "to the player adjudged to have exhibited the best type of sportsmanship and gentlemanly conduct combined with a high standard of playing ability," as selected by the Professional Hockey Writers’ Association.

Hudler polled 700 voting points, including 52 first-place tallies, for a tight win over four-time Lady Byng Trophy winner Pavel Datsyuk of the Detroit Red Wings, who collected 648 voting points.

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