Flames Coach Bob Hartley was named the NHL's Coach of the Year at Wednesday night's NHL Awards. Photo Courtesy The Calgary Flames and flames.nhl.com

For the first time in Flames History they have a Coach of the Year winner as Bob Hartley was named the NHL's Jack Adams Award winner in a runaway vote.

He was joined on the winners podium by Flames forward Jiri Hudler who took the Lady Byng Trophy for sportsmanlike play.

No Rookie of the Year award for Johnny Gaudreau who finished third in voting.

It was Montreal Goalie Carey Price who stole the show winning the Vezina as the league's top goalie, the Ted Lindsay Award for Most Outstanding Player as voted by the players, the William M. Jennings Trophy for allowing the fewest goals, and of course the Hart Trophy as the league's MVP.