The NHL Awards ceremony will take place on Wednesday, June 20. The finalists for some of the awards that will be handed out have been announced over recent days. Here are the three finalists for the Norris, Selke, and Vezina trophies.

Norris Trophy (best defensemen)

Drew Doughty, Kings

This is the fourth time Doughty has been a finalist for the Norris Trophy, an award he was once previously given in 2016. Appearing in all 82 games, the 28-year-old finished with 10 goals, 50 assists, and a plus/minus of +23.

Victor Hedman, Lightning

The 27-year-old Hedman is a finalist for the Norris Trophy for the second straight year as he finished last season third in voting.

The nine-year veteran played in 77 games, scored 17 goals, had 46 assists, and had an excellent plus/minus of +32.

P.K. Subban, Predators

The winner of the Norris Trophy in 2013, Subban played in all 82 games this season. The 28-year-old finished the season with 16 goals, 43 assists, and a plus-minus of +18.

Selke Trophy (forward who demonstrates the most skill on defense)

Patrice Bergeron, Bruins

The 32-year-old Bergeron is looking to garner his fifth Selke Trophy which would break a tie with Bob Gainey for the most times winning the award. It is also the seventh straight year he has been named a finalist as he was also runner-up twice.

Sean Couturier, Flyers

The seven-year veteran Coutrier has been named a finalist for the Selke Trophy for the first time.

The 25-year-old center appeared in all 82 games this season, and his plus/minus of +34 was tied for third-best in the NHL.

Anze Kopitar, Kings

Kopitar won the Selke Trophy in 2016, a year that he also received the Lady Byng Trophy. This will be the fourth time in the last five seasons that the 30-year-old is a finalist for the award.

Vezina Trophy (best goaltender)

Connor Hellebuyck, Jets

In his third season, this is the first time Hellebuyck has been a finalist for the Vezina. The 24-year-old tied for the league lead amongst goalies in both games (67) and wins (44). He also ended the regular season with a 2.36 goals-against-average, .924 save percentage, and six shutouts.

Pekka Rinne, Predators

Despite being a finalist for the award on three other occasions, the 35-year-old Rinne will look to take home his first Vezina Trophy. In 59 appearances, he finished with a 42-13-4 record, 2.31 goals-against-average, and .927 save percentage. His eight shutouts were tied for the most in the NHL.

Andrei Vasilevskiy, Lightning

Just 23 years old but already four seasons deep into his career, Vasilevskiy is a Vezina finalist for the first time. In 65 games, he went 44-17-3 (wins tied for most in NHL) and had a 2.62 goals-against-average, .920 save percentage, and eight shutouts (tied with Rinne for most).