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"I have no shoes on ... I'm sorry," Hudler said. "...Vegas, what a place."
Hudler sprinkled in teasing references to Flames rookie Johnny Gaudreau's youth and a long list of creative thank yous. Gaudreau finished third behind Florida's Aaron Ekblad and Mark Stone of Ottawa in the Calder Trophy voting for rookie of the year.
Price also won the Ted Lindsay Award for most outstanding player as selected by NHL players and the William M. Jennings Trophy for allowing the fewest regular-season goals, along with Corey Crawford of Chicago.
The four trophies for Price matched Montreal legend Guy Lafleur's four in 1977.
"It hasn't really sunk in yet," Price said. "I'm just truly grateful just to be here. It's been an amazing experience. This whole season has been just amazing."
Other winners included Calgary Coach Bob Hartley for the Jack Adams Award,
Alex Ovechkin of Washington won the Rocket Richard Trophy as the league's leading goal-scorer,
The Kings said that they have suspended defenseman Slava Voynov. It was largely a preemptive move, designed to give them more cap room in the summer in case they need to deal with offer sheets for their younger players. Voynov is due to go on trial in early July on a felony domestic violence charge.