In a little less than a week, Tampa Bay Lightning goaltender Andrei Vasilevskiy will join the rest of the National Hockey League award finalists in Las Vegas for the presentation of the 2018 NHL Awards.
Vasilevsky is in the running for the Vezina Trophy, given to the NHL's best goaltender during the regular season, in just his first full season as a starter in the League.
No Lightning goalie has ever won the Vezina, although a few Bolts have come close.
Ben Bishop was the runner up to Washington's Braden Holtby in 2015-16 and came in third place during his first full season with Tampa Bay in 2013-14.
Daren Puppa won 29 games in 1995-96 to finish third in the Vezina voting.
At just 23 years old, Vasilevskiy is the youngest of the three finalists for this season's Vezina - Nashville's Pekka Rinne is 35 and Winnipeg's Connor Hellebuyck is 25. Vasilevskiy will probably have plenty more opportunities to win the Vezina during his career.
But here's why we think Andrei Vasilevskiy should win the Vezina right now.