Winnipeg Jets goaltender Connor Hellebuyck has added some more hardware to his trophy case.

Hellebuyck was named the 2023-24 winner of the Vezina Trophy, which is awarded “to the goaltender adjudged to be the best at his position” at the NHL's awards night on Thursday, June 27. The award is voted on by the league's GMs, and Hellebuyck received 31 of the 32 first-place votes.

This is Hellebuyck’s second career Vezina Trophy following his 2019-20 win and he has been a Vezina Trophy finalist on two other occasions (2017-18 and 2022-23).

"This is a huge honour. I want to congratulate the other nominees, it's an honour just to be in the same conversation as you guys (and) your elite status," Hellebuyck said while accepting the award.

Hellebuyck, 31, finished the past season with 37 wins, five shutouts, a save percentage of .921, and a goals-against average of 2.39.

The Commerce, Michigan native backstopped the Jets to second place in the Central Division and also won the Williams Jennings Trophy as the goaltender (min. 25 GP) on the team allowing the fewest regular season goals, and was named to the NHL's First All Star Team.

Hellebuyck, Winnipeg’s fifth-round pick (130th overall) in the 2012 NHL Draft, allowed three or fewer goals in 50 of his 60 total appearances, including a pair of 10-game streaks with two or fewer goals against.

He became just the third goaltender in the NHL’s modern era (since 1943-44) to post multiple such stretches in a single season.