Toews finishes fourth in MVP voting

CHICAGO -- The Chicago Blackhawks didn't take home any more NHL awards on Saturday, but they did receive plenty of consideration.

Blackhawks forward Jonathan Toews just missed out in being a finalist for the Hart Memorial Trophy, which is given to the league's MVP. He finished fourth in the voting with 886 points. New York Islanders forward John Tavares finished third with 919 points. Toews received 39 first-place votes on 179 ballots cast. Blackhawks forward Patrick Kane was sixth in the voting and had 157 points, which included two first-place votes.

Blackhawks rookie forward Brandon Saad finished third in the voting for the Calder Memorial Trophy. He received 730 points, which included 30 first-place votes.

Blackhawks defenseman Duncan Keith finished sixth in the voting for the James Norris Memorial Trophy. He had 281 points, which included one first-place vote.

Blackhawks goaltender Ray Emery and Corey Crawford both received votes for the Vezina Trophy. Emery finished seventh in the voting with one first-place vote and six points. Crawford was eighth with five points, which included one second-place vote and two third-place votes.

Toews was named the winner of the Frank J. Selke Trophy, given to the best defensive forward, on Friday.