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Pittsburgh Penguins sniper Sidney Crosby took home a pair of awards on Tuesday in Las Vegas, including the Ted Lindsay Award and Hart Trophy. (Ethan Miller/Getty Images) Pittsburgh Penguins sniper Sidney Crosby took home a pair of awards on Tuesday in Las Vegas, including the Ted Lindsay Award and Hart Trophy. (Ethan Miller/Getty Images)

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The Los Angeles Kings celebrated their second Stanley Cup in three years, but only captain Dustin Brown was feted on the annual NHL awards evening.

Eleven days ago, with plenty of Hollywood glitz in rinkside seats, the most blue-collar team in hockey celebrated its second Stanley Cup in three seasons.

On Tuesday evening at the NHL Awards, steps away from the Las Vegas strip, the most successful NHL team in 2013-14 only had one individual trophy winner with Los Angeles Kings captain Dustin Brown won the Mark Messier Leadership Award.

His teammate Anze Kopitar finished second in the Selke Trophy voting and defenceman Drew Doughty placed sixth for the Norris Trophy. Goalie Jonathan Quick finished fifth in Vezina Trophy voting. General manager Dean Lombardi was third in the race as NHL GM of the year. Head coach Darryl Sutter didn't even place in the top-15 for the Jack Adams Award.

Some may reason it's Eastern bias. Others may say these simply are regular-season awards, not about when it counts. While others may believe that a lack of individual awards is the ultimate compliment to a great team.

It's probably the latter.

The Colorado Avalanche were the big winners with rookie Nathan MacKinnon claiming the Calder Trophy, forward Ryan O'Reilly the Lady Byng and head coach Patrick Roy the Jack Adams.


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Here's how the voting went down for the 2013-14 NHL awards:

Hart Memorial Trophy

As selected by the Professional Hockey Writers' Association.

Pts. (1st-2nd-3rd-4th-5th)

1. Sidney Crosby, PIT 1341 (128-8-1-0-0)

2. Ryan Getzlaf, ANA 877 (5-96-28-5-0)

3. Claude Giroux, PHI 435 (2-15-42-27-19)

4. Semyon Varlamov, COL 256 (1-8-23-22-9)

5. Patrice Bergeron, BOS 137 (0-4-9-17-13)

6. Tyler Seguin, DAL 84 (0-1-6-12-11)

7. Joe Pavelski, SJ 71 (0-0-3-11-23)

8. Anze Kopitar, LA 58 (0-0-4-9-11)

9. Jonathan Toews, CHI 53 (0-2-4-4-7)

10. Ben Bishop, TB 52 (0-0-5-6-9)

Ted Lindsay Award

(As voted by the players, no voting numbers provided)

*Sidney Crosby, Pittsburgh Penguins

Ryan Getzlaf, Anaheim Ducks

Claude Giroux, Philadelphia Flyers

Vezina Trophy

As voted by the 30 NHL general managers.

Pts. (1st-2nd-3rd)

1. Tuukka Rask, BOS 103 (16-6-5)

2. Semyon Varlamov, COL 90 (9-13-6)

3. Ben Bishop, TB 32 (1-6-9)

4. Carey Price, MTL 26 (2-3-7)

5. Jonathan Quick, LA 9 (1-1-1)

6. Henrik Lundqvist, NYR 5 (1-0-0)

7. Steve Mason, PHI 3 (0-1-0)

T8. Sergei Bobrovsky, CBJ 1 (0-0-1)

T8. Kari Lehtonen, DAL 1 (0-0-1)

James Norris Memorial Trophy

As selected by the Professional Hockey Writers' Association.

Pts. (1st-2nd-3rd-4th-5th)

1. Duncan Keith, CHI 1033 (68-35-17-7-2)

2. Zdeno Chara, BOS 667 (21-39-22-19-17)

3. Shea Weber, NSH 638 (26-23-29-19-15)

4. Ryan Suter, MIN 351 (9-12-20-22-11)

5. Alex Pietrangelo, STL 304 (3-13-18-25-18)

6. Drew Doughty, LA 284 (8-6-17-18-23)

7. Erik Karlsson, OTT 70 (0-5-3-4-8)

8. Ryan McDonagh, NYR 53 (0-1-4-5-11)

9. Victor Hedman, TB 42 (1-1-0-5-10)

10. Mark Giordano, CGY 36 (1-0-2-3-7)

Calder Memorial Trophy

As selected by the Professional Hockey Writers' Association.

Pts. (1st-2nd-3rd-4th-5th)

1. Nathan MacKinnon, COL 1347 (130-6-1-0-0)

2. Ondrej Palat, TB 791 (5-78-29-15-5)

3. Tyler Johnson, TB 352 (0-13-29-30-26)

4. Torey Krug, BOS 287 (1-9-23-25-24)

5. Olli Maatta, PIT 225 (0-11-18-16-10)

6. Jacob Trouba, WPG 213 (1-11-17-9-14)

7. Hampus Lindholm, ANA 208 (0-7-15-22-18)

8. Sean Monahan, CGY 38 (0-2-2-3-5)

9. Frederik Andersen, ANA 25 (0-0-0-4-13)

10. Chris Kreider, NYR 20 (0-0-1-3-6)

Frank J. Selke Trophy

As selected by the Professional Hockey Writers' Association.

Points (1st-2nd-3rd-4th-5th)

1. Patrice Bergeron, BOS 1,283 (112-21-2-2-0)

2. Anze Kopitar, LA 840 (20-66-26-15-3)

3. Jonathan Toews, CHI 624 (2-36-57-20-7)

4. David Backes, STL 415 (3-5-31-59-18)

5. Marian Hossa, CHI 66 (0-5-2-2-15)

6. Ryan O'Reilly, COL 58 (0-0-3-10-13)

7. Tomas Plekanec, MTL 45 (0-0-4-5-10)

8. Joe Pavelski, SJ 32 (0-0-2-3-13)

9. Sean Couturier, PHI 30 (0-1-2-1-10)

10. Ryan Getzlaf, ANA 22 (0-1-1-2-4)

Lady Byng Memorial Trophy

As selected by the Professional Hockey Writers' Association.

Pts. (1st-2nd-3rd-4th-5th)

1. Ryan O'Reilly, COL 1181 (110-5-8-1-3)

2. Martin St. Louis, NYR 358 (4-20-27-11-10)

3. Patrick Marleau, SJ 323 (3-15-23-21-10)

4. Tyler Seguin, DAL 289 (2-23-15-7-12)

5. Frans Nielsen, NYI 182 (1-15-6-9-10)

6. Marcus Johansson, WSH 128 (1-7-7-9-7)

7. Teemu Selanne, ANA 115 (5-4-4-4-5)

8. Matt Duchene, COL 104 (1-3-8-9-6)

9. Daniel Alfredsson, DET 97 (1-5-6-6-4)

10. Anze Kopitar, LA 61 (2-4-1-2-2)

Jack Adams Award

As selected by the NHL Broadcasters' Association.

Pts. (1st-2nd-3rd)

1. Patrick Roy, COL 399 (68-19-2)

2. Mike Babcock, DET 163 (11-31-15)

3. Jon Cooper, TB 136 (5-29-24)

4. Claude Julien, BOS 68 (6-8-14)

5. Bruce Boudreau, ANA 24 (1-4-7)

6. Craig Berube, PHI 23 (1-4-6)

7. Ken Hitchcock, STL 14 (2-0-4)

8. Todd Richards, CBJ 6 (0-0-6)

9. Joel Quenneville, CHI 5 (1-0-0)

10. Lindy Ruff, DAL 5 (0-0-5)

General Manager of the Year Award

As voted by a panel of NHL executives, print and broadcast media.

Pts. (1st-2nd-3rd)

1. Bob Murray, ANA 66 (9-6-3)

2. Marc Bergevin, MTL 49 (7-4-2)

3. Dean Lombardi, LA 33 (3-4-6)

4. Stan Bowman, CHI 29 (3-4-2)

5. Jim Nill, DAL 27 (4-0-7)

6. Peter Chiarelli, BOS 23 (2-3-4)

7. Chuck Fletcher, MIN 21 (2-3-2)

8. Steve Yzerman, TB 19 (2-2-3)

9. Ken Holland, DET 14 (1-3-0)

10. Greg Sherman, COL 10 (2-0-0)

Bill Masterton Memorial Trophy

As selected by the Professional Hockey Writers' Association.

(No voting numbers provided)

Dominic Moore, New York Rangers

Mark Messier Leadership Award

*Dustin Brown, Los Angeles Kings

Ryan Getzlaf, Anaheim Ducks

Jonathan Toews, Chicago Blackhawks

King Clancy Trophy 

Andrew Ference, Edmonton Oilers 

To the player who best exemplifies leadership on and off the ice and who has made a noteworthy humanitarian contribution to his community.

NHL Foundation Player Award

Patrice Bergeron, Boston Bruins

To the player who applies the core values of commitment, perseverance, teamwork and to enrich the lives of people in his community.

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