The full list of nominees revealed to date for the 2011 NHL Awards, to be presented June 22 at the Palms Hotel in Las Vegas:

Ted Lindsay Award (most outstanding player)

 Player  Team Key Stats 
 Daniel Sedin  Vancouver  104 points*
 Corey Perry  Anaheim  50 goals*
 Steven Stamkos  Tampa Bay  45 goals

 

 

 

*led league

Lady Byng Memorial Trophy (sportsmanship plus high standard of play)

 Player  Team  Key Stats
 Loui Eriksson  Dallas  73 pts, 8 PIM
 Nicklas Lidstrom  Detroit  62 pts, 20 PIM
 Martin St. Louis  Tampa Bay  99 pts, 12 PIM

General Manager of the Year Award

 GM  Team  Key Achievement
 Mike Gillis  Vancouver  Won Presidents' trophy
 David Poile  Nashville  Made playoffs with 10th-lowest payroll*
 Steve Yzerman  Tampa Bay  Made playoffs in 1st year on job

*source: capgeek.com

Calder Memorial Trophy (top rookie)

 Player  Team  Key Stat
 Logan Couture  San Jose  32 goals
 Michael Grabner  New York Islanders  34 goals
 Jeff Skinner  Carolina  63 points

Vezina Trophy (top goalie)

 Player  Team  Key Stat
 Roberto Luongo  Vancouver  2.11 (GAA)
 Pekka Rinne  Nashville  33 (wins)
 Tim Thomas  Boston  .938 (save percentage)

Norris Trophy (top defenceman)

 Player  Team  Key Stat
 Zdeno Chara  Boston  Plus-33 rating
 Nicklas Lidstrom  Detroit  62 points
 Shea Weber  Nashville  Average ice time: 25:19

Bill Masterton Trophy (perseverance, sportsmanship, dedication to hockey)

 Player  Team  Key contribution
 Ray Emery  Anaheim  Played after bone-graft surgery
 Daymond Langkow  Calgary  Returned from year-plus absence after neck injury
 Ian Laperriere  Philadelphia  Helping team while recovering from concussion

Frank J. Selke Trophy (top defensive forward)

 Player  Team  Key Stat
 Pavel Datsyuk  Detroit  54.6% success rate on faceoffs
 Ryan Kesler  Vancouver  Team-high 65 takeaways
 Jonathan Toews  Chicago  95 takeaways

Hart Trophy (MVP)

 Player  Team  Key Stat
 Daniel Sedin  Vancouver  Posted NHL-best 104 points
 Corey Perry  Anaheim  Shared league lead with 11 game-winning goals
 Martin St. Louis  Tampa Bay  Finished second with 99 points

Jack Adams Trophy (top coach)

 Player  Team  Key Stat
 Alain Vigneault  Vancouver  Led Canucks to Presidents' Trophy
 Barry Trotz  Nashville  Guided young roster to 99-point season
 Dan Bylsma  Pittsburgh  Pens contended despite missing Crosby and Malkin