While the Winnipeg Jets look to continue their postseason on Tuesday night, goaltender Connor Hellebuyck is up for his own award.

The Vezina is given out each year to the top goaltender in the league as voted on by NHL general managers. This year, Hellebuyck is nominated alongside Vancouver Canucks' Thatcher Demko and Flordia Panthers, Sergei Bobrovsky.

This marks the fourth time in his career that Hellebuyck has been nominated for the award, winning in the 2019-2020 season and being the runner-up in 2017-2018 and finished third last season. 

This season, Hellebuyck went 37-19-4 with a 2.39 GAA, .921 save percentage, and five shutouts in 60 games for the Jets. He ranked second in wins, second in save percentage, and fourth in goals-against average, and made the second-most saves (1,656), behind Juuse Saros of the Nashville Predators (1,672).

Hellebuyck won the William M. Jennings Trophy, presented annually to the goalies who play a minimum of 25 games for the team allowing the fewest goals during the regular season. Winnipeg allowed an NHL-low 199 goals, including shootout-deciding goals (2.43 per game) and finished second in the Central Division (52-24-6).

The Vezina winner will be announced at a later date