2006-07 NHL Award Winners
King Clancy Trophy
<b>SAKU KOIVU</b><br><br>The 32-year-old center, who works with a number of charities, battled and beat non-Hodgkins lymphoma.
Bill Masterton Trophy
<b>PHIL KESSEL</b><br><br>Kessel was diagnosed with testicular cancer last December, underwent surgery, and returned to the ice several weeks later.
Lester B. Pearson Award
<b>SIDNEY CROSBY</b><br><br>''To earn that respect from fellow players, guys you play against every night, it's one of the ultimate complements you can get,'' said Crosby.
Lady Byng Trophy
<b>PAVEL DATSYUK</b><br><br>Datsyuk scored 27 goals and amassed 87 points in 79 regular-season games while serving only 20 minutes in penalties. Datsyuk got 705 points, while the Lightning's Martin St. Louis finished second with 513.
Art Ross Trophy
<b>SIDNEY CROSBY</b><br><br>Crosby became the youngest player in NHL history to win the Art Ross Trophy after amassing 120 points during the regular season.
Maurice Richard Trophy
<b>VINCENT LECAVALIER</b><br><br>Lecavalier's 52 goals not only led the league, but he shattered his previous career best by 17 (35 in 2005-06).
Jack Adams Award
<b>ALAIN VIGNEAULT</b><br><br>The 46-year-old became the second Canucks coach to win the honor, following Pat Quinn in 1992. It's only the fourth major piece of hardware for the Canucks in their history.
Frank J. Selke Trophy
<b>ROD BRIND'AMOUR</b><br><br>Proving he's more than just a checker, Brind'Amour had 82 points -- his highest output in 11 seasons. The veteran center is the first back-to-back Selke winner since Jere Lehtinen did it for the Stars in 1998 and '99.
<b>NICKLAS LIDSTROM</b><br><br>Lidstrom became the first five-time Norris since Ray Bourque. The veteran blueliner has won the award five of the past six seasons and tied for the league lead among defensemen with a plus-40 rating.
<b>EVGENI MALKIN</b><br><br>Malkin led all rookies last season in goals (33), assists (52) and points (85). He also became the first player in 89 years to tally goals in each of his first six games. The 20-year-old became the first Penguin to win the Calder since Mario Lemieux in 1985.
<b>MARTIN BRODEUR</b><br><br>The 35-year-old won an NHL-record 48 games, posted a league-best 12 shutouts, had a 2.18 GAA and his save percentage was an impressive .922.
<b>SIDNEY CROSBY</b><br><br>At 19, Crosby became the youngest Hart winner since Wayne Gretzky in 1980, finishing with 1,225 points. Vancouver's Roberto Luongo finished a distant second with 801, while the Devils' Martin Brodeur was third with 763.