Bergeron helped the Bruins record the second lowest goals-against in the NHL and lowest in the Eastern Conference at 2.08. He won a league-high 1,015 faceoffs, ranked second in plus-minus with a career-best plus-38 while racking up 30 goals and 32 assists in 80 regular-season contests. The 28-year-old native of Quebec won in 2012 and was runner up to Toews last season.
Kopitar, a Selke finalist for the first time in his career, spent more time on ice over the course of the season than any other forward except Pittsburgh's Sidney Crosby. His 53.3-percent faceoff success rate on draws and plus-34 rating given his 164-plus minutes logged while his team was shorthanded aided the NHL's top defense and rightfully gained recognition as the first Kings player to gain a Selke nod.
Toews continued to be defensively responsible when logging the most time of any Chicago forward (20:28) per contest, placing second on the club at plus-26 and fifth in the NHL with 884 faceoff wins and overall win percentage (57.2). The 25-year-old Blackhawks captain also recorded his most points (68) since netting 76 in 2010-11.
The Selke will be presented, along with the other NHL awards, in Las Vegas on June 24.