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The big piece hardware already has been handed out, as the Stanley Cup belongs to the Golden Knights. However, there are still individual awards to be handed out. 

This week is chock full of events on the NHL calendar, and first up is the 2023 NHL Awards. The finalists have been known for a while now, however, the recipients of the major awards in the league will be revealed tonight in Nashville. 

MORE: Watch the 2023 NHL Awards on TNT with Sling TV

Some of the game’s biggest names have been nominated, including Connor McDavid, Erik Karlsson, David Pastrnak, Cale Makar, Matthew Tkachuk and Adam Fox. But who will be taking home the honors?

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The Sporting News is providing the results from the 2023 NHL Awards. 

Who are the winners of the 2023 NHL Awards?

Here are the winners for the honors that will be handed out at the awards show, along with the full voting results and point system.

  • 1st Place Votes: 10 points
  • 2nd Place Votes: 7 points
  • 3rd Place Votes: 5 points
  • 4th Place Votes: 3 points
  • 5th Place Votes: 1 point


  • 1st Place Votes: 5 points
  • 2nd Place Votes: 3 points
  • 3rd Place Votes: 1 point

Hart Memorial Trophy


  • Connor McDavid, F, Oilers
  • David Pastrnak, F, Bruins
  • Matthew Tkachuk, F, Panthers

The finalists for the Hart Trophy were announced on Friday, May 12. The award goes to the player deemed “most valuable” to his team. 

This would be McDavid’s third Hart Trophy if he were to win. Pastrnak and Tkachuk have never earned the honor before. 

Vezina Trophy


  • Linus Ullmark, Bruins


  • Connor Hellebuyck, Jets
  • Ilya Sorokin, Islanders

The finalists for the Vezina Trophy were announced on Thursday, May 11. The award goes to the league’s best goaltender of the season. 

It is the first time in Ullmark’s NHL career he received the Vezina Trophy. 

Finish Player (Team) Points Votes (1st-2nd-3rd)
No. 1 Linus Ullmark (BOS) 127 (22-5-2)
No. 2 Ilya Sorokin (NYI) 70 (3-17-4)
No. 3 Connor Hellebuyck (WPG) 32 (2-5-7)
No. 4 Juuse Saros (NSH) 24 (2-2-8)
No. 5 Jake Oettinger (DAL) 7 (0-0-7)

Ted Lindsay Award


  • Connor McDavid, F, Oilers


  • Erik Karlsson, D, Sharks
  • David Pastrnak, F, Bruins

The finalists for the Ted Lindsay Award were announced on Wednesday, May 10. The award, named after Hall of Famer Ted Lindsay (formerly the Lester B. Pearson Award), is given annually to the NHL’s most outstanding player as voted on by his peers.

It was McDavid’s fourth Ted Lindsay win. He previously won the honor in 2017, 2018 and 2022. 

James Norris Memorial Trophy


  • Adam Fox, D, Rangers
  • Erik Karlsson, D, Sharks
  • Cale Makar, D, Avalanche

The finalists for the Norris Trophy were announced on Thursday, May 4. The award goes to the league’s best defenseman of the season. 

All three have previously won the Norris. Cale Makar won it in 2022, Adam Fox earned the honor in 2021 and Erik Karlsson won in 2012 and 2015. 

Calder Memorial Trophy


  • Matty Beniers, F, Kraken


  • Owen Power, D, Sabres
  • Stuart Skinner, G, Oilers

The finalists for the Calder Trophy were announced on Wednesday, May 3. The award goes to the league’s best rookie of the season. 

Finish Player (Team) Points Votes (1st-2nd-3rd-4th-5th)
No. 1 Matty Beniers (SEA) 1,836 (160-29-6-1-0)
No. 2 Stuart Skinner (EDM) 1,074 (24-71-46-32-11)
No. 3 Owen Power (BUF) 929 (9-60-61-31-21)
No. 4 Matias Maccelli (ARI) 498 (2-21-30-46-43)
No. 5 Wyatt Johnston (DAL) 341 (1-6-25-40-44)

Frank J. Selke Trophy


  • Patrice Bergeron, F, Bruins


  • Nico Hischier, F, Devils
  • Mitch Marner, F, Maple Leafs

The finalists for the Selke Trophy were announced on Tuesday, May 2. The award is given to the “forward who demonstrates the most skill in the defensive component of the game.”

It is Patrice Bergeron’s second consecutive Selke win and the sixth in his career Selke, the most out of any player in league history. 

Finish Player (Team) Points Votes (1st-2nd-3rd-4th-5th)
No. 1 Patrice Bergeron (BOS) 1,914 (187-4-2-2-0)
No. 2 Nico Hischier (NJD) 804 (3-68-38-28-24)
No. 3 Mitch Marner (TOR) 480 (3-21-39-27-27)
No. 4 Jordan Staal (CAR) 429 (1-36-15-23-23)
No. 5 Anze Kopitar (LAK) 428 (2-24-28-29-13)

Lady Byng Memorial Trophy


  • Anze Kopitar, F, Kings


  • Jack Hughes, F, Devils
  • Brayden Point, F, Lightning

The finalists for the Lady Byng Trophy were announced on Tuesday, May 2. This award goes to the “player adjudged to have exhibited the best type of sportsmanship and gentlemanly conduct combined with a high standard of playing ability.”

For the second time in his career, Anze Kopitar earned the honor, previously winning in 2016.

Finish Player (Team) Points Votes (1st-2nd-3rd-4th-5th)
No. 1 Anze Kopitar (LAK) 1,175 (77-36-14-24-11)
No. 2 Jack Hughes (NJD) 934 (41-45-26-22-13)
No. 3 Brayden Point (TBL) 682 (15-35-40-21-24)
No. 4 Jaccob Slavin (CAR) 552 (18-27-23-17-17)
No. 5 Joe Pavelski (DAL) 362 (16-9-11-20-24)

Jack Adams Award


  • Dave Hakstol, Kraken
  • Jim Montgomery, Bruins
  • Lindy Ruff, Devils

The finalists for the Jack Adams Award were announced on Friday, May 5. The award goes to the head coach who has “contributed the most to his team’s success.”

Former Flames coach Darryl Sutter won the award in 2022.

Bill Masterton Memorial Trophy


  • Kris Letang, D, Penguins


  • Clayton Keller, F, Coyotes
  • Alex Stalock, G, Blackhawks

The finalists for the Bill Masterton Trophy were announced on Tuesday, May 9. The award honors the player who “best exemplifies the qualities of perseverance, sportsmanship and dedication to hockey.

Letang persevered through a stroke, the second one in his player career, during the 2022-23 season, as well as dealing with the death of his father within a span of four weeks during the season. 

King Clancy Memorial Trophy


  • Mikael Backlund, C, Flames


  • Darnell Nurse, D, Oilers
  • Anders Lee, LW, Islanders

The King Clancy Memorial Trophy is a “sports award given annually to the National Hockey League player who best exemplifies leadership qualities on and off the ice and who has made a significant humanitarian contribution to his community.”

Backlund supports the ALS Society of Alberta, is an ambassador for both Kids Cancer Care and Special Olympics Calgary, and also has partnered with Parachutes for Pets to create Lily’s Legacy, a program set up that allows children in foster care to keep their pets while they are transitioning into care.

Mark Messier Leadership Award


  • Steven Stamkos, C, Lightning

The Mark Messier Leadership Award “recognizes an individual as a superior leader within their sport, and as a contributing member of society.”

E.J. McGuire Award of Excellence


  • Connor Bedard, C, Regina Pats

The award is handed out to an NHL draft prospect “who best exemplifies commitment to excellence through strength of character, competitiveness, and athleticism.”

Willie O’Ree Community Hero Award

Willie O’Ree Community Hero Award is “given to someone who has positively impacted their community, culture, or society through hockey.” It is named after Willie O’Ree, the first black player to play in the NHL. 

When are the 2023 NHL Awards?

  • Date: Monday, June 26
  • Time: 8 p.m. ET | 7 p.m. CT

The 2023 NHL Awards show is scheduled to take place on Monday, June 26 at Bridgestone Arena in Nashville. 

The festivities start at 8 p.m. ET, 7 p.m. local time in Nashville. It is expected to run for two hours. 

How to watch the 2023 NHL Awards 

  • TV channel (U.S.): TNT
  • TV channel (Canada): Sportsnet, TVA Sports
  • Live stream (U.S.): TNT app, Sling TV
  • Live stream (Canada): SN NOW

The 2023 NHL Awards show will be broadcast on TNT in the United States, and Sportsnet in Canada. The French-speaking audience will be able to watch TVA Sports in Canada. 

For those looking to live stream the show, the TNT app is an option in the United States.

Fans in the U.S. can also watch the 2023 NHL Awards on Sling TV, which is now offering half off the first month. Viewers can stream the sports they love with Sling Orange, which offers TNT, starting at $20 for the first month.

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In Canada, cord-cutters can catch the entertainment on SN NOW. 

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