May 21, 2012; Newark, NJ, USA; New York Rangers goalie Henrik Lundqvist (30) makes a glove save during the second period in game four of the 2012 Eastern Conference Finals at the Prudential Center. Ed Mulholland-US PRESSWIRE

NHL Awards 2012: New York Rangers Henrik Lundqvist Wins Vezina Trophy

NHL awards for the 2012 season will be announced Wednesday night

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NHL Awards 2012: Gabriel Landeskog Tops Adam Henrique For Calder Trophy

Colorado Avalanche winger Gabriel Landeskog topped Adam Henrique of the New Jersey Devils in the voting for the 2012 Calder Trophy, awarded to the NHL's top rookie. Oilers center Ryan Nugent-Hopkins was also a runner-up for professional hockey's rookie of the year award.

Landeskog, the second player selected in the 2011 NHL Draft, had 52 points last season, tied with Nugent-Hopkins for the lead among all first-year players. Landeskog had 22 goals and 30 assists last season. He is the first Avalanche player to win the award since Chris Drury took home the Calder Trophy in 1999.

Henrique finished the season with 51 points, including 16 goals. His point total was the fourth-best mark on a Devils team that made it all the way to the Stanley Cup Finals. Henrique averaged more than 18 minutes of ice time per game.

-- For more coverage of the NHL's Award Night from Las Vegas, stay tuned to our StoryStream. For more NHL news, see SB Nation's NHL Hub Page

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NHL Awards 2012: John Tortorella Runner-Up For Jack Adams Award

New York Rangers coach John Tortorella was the runner-up for the Jack Adams Award which is given to the NHL's Coach of the Year. St. Louis Blues coach Ken Hitchcock won the award, which was presented Wednesday during the 2012 NHL Awards Show.

Hitchcock led the Blues to a 43-15-11 record this past season. The team was 6-7-0 when Hitchcock took over and finished the season with 109 points. The Blues finished the season in second place in the Western Conference and set a franchise record for wins (49). The eventual Stanley Cup Champion Los Angeles Kings defeated the Blues in the Western Conference Semifinals.

Tortorella led the Rangers to the best record in the Eastern Conference (51-24-7). The Rangers lost in the Eastern Conference Finals to the New Jersey Devils, four games to two.

-- For more coverage of the NHL's Award Night from Las Vegas, stay tuned to our StoryStream. For more NHL news, see SB Nation's NHL Hub Page

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