The Ken Dryden Trophy
The Ken Dryden is awarded to the goaltender who is considered to have been the most valuable to his team over the course of the regular season.
Despite only playing seven full seasons, Ken Dryden left a lasting mark on the game of hockey. He won six Stanley Cups, including his rookie year, and five times was named the NHL's top goaltender. Sure, he backstopped one of the greatest dynasties in all of sport, but no other goalie even comes close to his incredible career winning percentage of .790 nor his goals against average of 2.24.
Braden Holtby wins his third Ken Dryden Trophy edging out rookie Matthew Murray. Holtby played in all 82 games for the Golden Bears and registered 50 wins (2nd), a 2.11 GAA (2nd) and a 0.911 save percentage (T-3rd). Runners up were Matthew Murray (Vancouver Island) and Peter Budaj (Stockholm).