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 Evgeni Malkin of the Pittsburgh Penguins speaks onstage after winning the Art Ross Trophy during the 2012 NHL Awards.The NHL Awards Show was broadcast on television Wednesday night from Las Vegas, where numerous NHL stars received awards for their performances this season. Unfortunately, there weren't any Caps that were even nominated for a trophy. Here is a breakdown of all the award winners:  Ted Lindsay (NHLPA's choice for most outstanding player): Evgeni Malkin (PIT)  Jack Adams (coach of the year): Ken Hitchcock (STL)  William M. Jennings (fewest goals allowed): Jaroslav Halak and Brian Elliot (STL)  Art Ross (scoring leader): Evgeni Malkin (PIT)  Maurice "Rocket" Richard (most goals): Steven Stamkos (TBL)  Calder (rookie of the year) : Gabriel Landeskog (COL)  GM of the year: Doug Armstrong (STL)  Frank J. Selke (best defensive forward): Patrice Bergeron (BOS)  Bill Masterton (perseverance, sportsmanship, and dedication): Max Pacioretty (MTL)  King Clancy Me...
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