2022 NHL Awards Tracker: The full list of winners for Hart, Vesina, Norris, Calder Trophy

The 2022 NHL Awards will take place at 7 p.m. ET on Tuesday night between Game 3 and 4 of the 2022 Stanley Cup Final between Tampa Bay Lightning and the Colorado Avalanche. The Avs leads the series 2-1 with Game 4 set in Tampa on Wednesday night. We’ll have the awards ceremony and then the end of the 2021-22 season. On Tuesday night, six awards will be handed out, including the Hart Cup, the Visina Cup and the Norris Cup.

Here we’ll track the live scores from the NHL Awards Show.

2022 NHL Prize Winners

Here is a full summary of the winners:

Hart Cup: Auston Matthews, Tor; Conor McDavid, EDM; Igor Shesterkin, New York
Vezina Cup: Igor Shesterkin, New York; Jacob Markstrom, CGY; Joss Saros, NSH
Norris Cup: Victor Hedman, TBL; Roman Josie, NSH; Cal Makar, Colonel
Calder Cup: Michael Banting, TOR; Moritz Seder, DET; Trevor Zegras, ANA
Ted Lindsay Award: Roman Josie, NSH; Auston Matthews, Tor; Conor McDavid, EDM
EJ McGuire Excellence Award: Lynne Hutson

Matthews wins the Hart Cup

In the least surprising win of the night, Matthews returned home to Hart for the NHL MVP in the 2021-22 season. He scored 60 goals, leading to the NHL. Matthews is the Maple Leafs’ first MVP since 1955. Matthews took home the award, and here’s a look at the voting:

McDavid was closest to Matthews with 1,111 points in 1630. Shesterkin had more fights than you thought. Even Jonathan Huberdeau got some love.

Makar wins the Norris Cup

The Colorado Avalanche de Cal Macar was awarded the Norris Cup for Best Defense in the 2021-22 season. Makar currently leads Avs in points during its cup final run with 26 points in 17 matches. He had 86 points in 77 games during the regular season for Colorado, which had the best record in the Western Conference. Here is a breakdown of Norris’ vote:

Don’t get too close to vote for 1-2 than that. Roman Jose lost only 25 points and took first place (98) from Makar (92). Fabulous.

Matthews wins the Ted Lindsay Award

Maple Leafs C Auston Matthews was voted Player of the Year by the members of the NHLPA on Tuesday night. Matthews is also expected to win the Hart Cup for the NHL MVP in 2021-22 after scoring 60 league goals. Matthews is the first Maple Leafs player to win the award.

Cedar wins the Calder Cup

The Detroit Red Wings de Moritz Cider were awarded the Calder Award as Best Rookie during the regular season. He led all rookie defensemen with 50 points and was fourth on points over Red Wings. Cider also scored 21 points with the man advantage. Here is the breakdown of the vote:

Shesterkin wins the Vienna Cup

The Rangers keeper is also a Hart finalist, so that was kind of to be expected. The last time the Rangers goalkeeper won the Vesena was back in 2012 when Henrik Lundqvist took home the award. Shesterkin led the NHL in the GAA (2.07) and saved the percentage (.935) while helping Rangers advance to the Eastern Conference Final.

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