Patrice Bergeron narrowly missed out on winning a second consecutive Selke Trophy, awarded to the NHL's best two-way forward.
Blackhawks center Jonathan Toews won it with 1,260 points, 10 more than Bergeron, who actually accrued more first-places votes, 178 to Toews' 175.
Bergeron did claim another prize Friday, winning the King Clancy Memorial Trophy, in recognition of his leadership and humanitarian efforts.
CLICK HERE to read Joe McDonald's column on how the only hardware Bergy covets is the Stanley Cup.
CLICK HERE to read Scott Burnside's column on how Bergeron is a perfect fit in Boston.
CLICK HERE to read Scott Powers' news story on Friday's NHL award winners.