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Sniper adds Lindsay to Hart and Ross

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LAS VEGAS -- Winners announced Wednesday at the National Hockey League's 2011-12 awards ceremony:

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Pittsburgh�s Evgeni Malkin with the Ted Lindsay Award, the Art Ross Trophy and the Hart Trophy during the 2012 NHL Awards Wednesday in Las Vegas.

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Julie Jacobson / the associated press Pittsburgh�s Evgeni Malkin with the Ted Lindsay Award, the Art Ross Trophy and the Hart Trophy during the 2012 NHL Awards Wednesday in Las Vegas.

Norris Trophy

(top defenceman)

Erik Karlsson, Ottawa Senators.

Jack Adams Award

(head coach who has contributed most to his team's success)

Ken Hitchcock, St. Louis Blues.

Ted Lindsay Award

(most outstanding player as voted by the NHLPA)

Evgeni Malkin, C, Pittsburgh Penguins.

Calder Trophy

(rookie of the year)

Gabriel Landeskog, LW, Colorado Avalanche.

Frank J. Selke Trophy

(top defensive forward)

Patrice Bergeron, C, Boston Bruins.

Bill Masterton Memorial Trophy

(perseverance, sportsmanship and dedication to hockey)

Max Pacioretty, LW, Montreal Canadiens.

Lady Byng Memorial Trophy

(sportsmanship, gentlemanly conduct and high standard of play)

Brian Campbell, D, Florida Panthers.

Vezina Trophy

(top goaltender)

Henrik Lundqvist, New York Rangers.

Hart Trophy

(most valuable player in the regular season)

Evgeni Malkin, C, Pittsburgh Penguins.

Previously determined

(based on regular-season statistics)

Art Ross Trophy

(highest point total during regular season)

Evgeni Malkin, C, Pittsburgh Penguins.

Maurice "Rocket" Richard Trophy

(goal-scoring leader during regular season)

Steven Stamkos, C, Tampa Bay Lightning.

William M. Jennings Trophy

(netminders with fewest goals allowed)

Brian Elliott and Jaroslav Halak, St. Louis Blues.

-- The Canadian Press

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