Eighteen-year-old Colorado Avalanche forward Nathan MacKinnon became the youngest winner of the Calder Trophy, given to the NHL's top rookie, during the league's award ceremony Tuesday night in Las Vegas.
Patrick Roy was selected the Jack Adams Award winner as the league's top coach following his first season behind the Colorado Avalanche's bench. He is the first rookie coach to earn the honor since the Washington Capitals' Bruce Boudreau in 2008.
The Boston Bruins' Tuukka Rask received the Vezina Trophy, which goes to the NHL's top goaltender. Rask went 36-15-6 while helping Boston post the league's best regular-season record. He topped the NHL with seven shutouts, and he came in second in save percentage (.930), fourth in goals-against average (2.04) and fifth in victories.
Bob Murray, who led the Anaheim Ducks to franchise records in wins, points and point percentage, was chosen the General Manager of the Year.
The Chicago Blackhawks' Duncan Keith captured the James Norris Memorial Trophy given to the top all-around defenseman.
The Boston Bruins' Patrice Bergeron received the Frank J. Selke Trophy, which goes to the top defensive forward in the NHL, for the second time in three years. Bergeron also won the NHL Foundation Player Award, given for charitable and community work.
New York Rangers forward Dominic Moore was awarded the Bill Masterson Memorial Trophy for perseverance, sportsmanship and dedication to hockey. Edmonton Oilers defenseman Andrew Ference captured the King Clancy Trophy for humanitarian contributions.
Avalanche forward Ryan O'Reilly received the Lady Byng Memorial Trophy for gentlemanly play.
Los Angeles Kings right winger Dustin Brown, the captain of the team that recently captured the NHL championship, received the Mark Messier NHL Leadership Award.
MacKinnon, who led rookies in points (63), assists (39), power-play goals (eight) and shots (241) and tied for the lead in goals (24) and game-winning goals (five), received 130 of 137 first-place votes and 1,347 points in the voting. Tampa Bay Lightning left winger Ondrej Palat was second with five first-place votes and 791 points.
Tampa Bay center Tyler Johnson came in third in Calder balloting, and he was followed by Boston Bruins defenseman Torey Krug and Pittsburgh Penguins defenseman Olli Maatta.
Carolina Hurricanes forward Jeff Skinner won the Calder in 2011 when he was 3 1/2 months older than MacKinnon is now.
Roy led the Avalanche to the league's third-best record one year after the team finished 29th. He received 68 of 95 first-place votes and 399 voting points. The Detroit Red Wings' Mike Babcock placed second with 11 first-place votes and 163 voting points, and the Tampa Bay Lightning's Jon Cooper was third with five first-place votes and 136 voting points.
Murray received nine first-place votes and 66 voting points in balloting for the top GM. The Montreal Canadiens' Marc Bergevin came in second with seven first-place votes and 49 points, and the Kings' Dean Lombardi was third with three first-place votes and 33 voting points.
Rask received 16 of 30 first-place votes and 103 voting points from the league's GMs in voting for the top goalie. Colorado's Semyon Varlamov was second with nine first-place votes and 90 voting points, and Tampa Bay's Ben Bishop was third with one first-place vote and 32 voting points.
Keith topped all defensemen with 55 assists and ranked second with 61 points. He received 68 of 137 first-place votes and 1,033 voting points. The Boston Bruins' Zdeno Chara was second with 21 first-place votes and 667 voting points, and the Nashville Predators' Shea Weber came in third with 26 first-place votes and 638 voting points.
Bergeron received 1,283 points in Selke voting, including 112 of the 137 first-place votes. Anze Kopitar of the Los Angeles Kings finished a distant second with 840 points and 20 first-place votes.
The Chicago Blackhawks' Jonathan Towes, the St. Louis Blues' David Backes and the Blackhawks' Marian Hossa rounded out the top five in Selke balloting.
In honor of Bergeron winning the NHL Foundation Player Award, a $25,000 donation will be made to the Boston Bruins Foundation.
Bergeron received another "honor" Tuesday when EA Sports announced that he would be on the cover of the "NHL 15" videogame.