Carey Price of the Montreal Canadiens snagged his second award of the evening, this one the Vezina Trophy as the NHL's top goaltender.
Price gained the nomination after recording a career, league and franchise high with 44 wins along with personal-bests in goals-against average (1.96), save percentage (.933) and shutouts (9) across 66 appearances for the Habs this past season.
He finished with 27 first-place votes and 144 points, outdistancing his competition for the honor and becoming the first Canadiens netminder to be selected since Jose Theodore in 2002.
Pekka Rinne of the Nashville Predators and Devan Dubnyk from the Minnesota Wild finished second and third, respectively.
General managers of all 30 NHL teams submitted ballots for the award at the conclusion of the regular season.
Price earlier won the Ted Lindsay Award, presented annually to the NHL's top performer by the NHL Players' Association.