Published: Sat, June 22, 2019
Sport | By Kayla Schwartz

Canucks' Elias Pettersson wins the Calder Trophy

Canucks' Elias Pettersson wins the Calder Trophy

Tampa Bay's Andrei Vasilevskiy is the top goaltender from the 2018-19 National Hockey League season.

Tampa Bay's Nikita Kucherov won the Hart Trophy and the Ted Lindsay Award on Wednesday night, receiving the NHL's highest honors for his 128-point regular season for the Lightning.

Giordano led the Flames to the best record in the Western Conference this past season.

Trotz beat out Tampa Bay's Jon Cooper and St. Louis' Craig Berube for the Adams trophy, which is based on regular-season performance.

After joining several Blues teammates in carrying the Stanley Cup down the Vegas red carpet, O'Reilly won the Selke over Boston's Patrice Bergeron, a four-time Selke victor and a finalist for the eighth consecutive year, and Vegas' Mark Stone.

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Seniors Congress leaders also kept trying to seek an audience with the party chief to convince him of the same, but to no avail. Manish Tewari, Congress parliamentarian from Anandpur Sahib in Punjab, wished good health, happiness and joy.

Pettersson, picked fifth overall in 2017, beat out St. Louis Blues goalie Jordan Binnington and Buffalo Sabres defenceman Rasmus Dahlin for the award.

Boston Bruins executive Don Sweeney was named General Manager of the Year at the NHL Awards in Las Vegas on Wednesday.

Kucherov also is favored to win his first Hart Trophy as the NHL's most valuable player later in the NHL Awards show at Mandalay Bay Events Center. In addition, he was the first rookie to lead his class in both goals and assists since Artemi Panarin three seasons ago, and the 31st in National Hockey League history.

Sweeney told reporters in Vancouver, where the NHL Draft begins Friday, that hasn't informed any of the B's unrestricted free agents (Johansson, Noel Acciari, Steven Kampfer, Zane McIntyre) of the team's plans regarding returns or departures.

Thornton doesn't have a contract with the Sharks for next season, and the $92 million, eight-year deal given to defenseman Erik Karlsson this week could complicate his return. The winger found a home on the third line, particularly in the playoffs, when he had 11 points (four goals, seven assists) in 22 games. The Lidkoping, Sweden, native notched eight multi-point games this season, tied with Orr for the second-most by an 18-year-old blueliner in League history.

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