Skinner, Carolina's top pick in last year's Entry Draft, led all first-year players with 63 points, including 31 goals. Grabner, of the New York Islanders, was tops among first-year players with 34 goals, while Couture scored 32 goals to help the San Jose Sharks win the Pacific Division title.
Crawford, who took over when Cup-winning goaltender Antti Niemi signed with San Jose, became only the second Blackhawks goaltender to reach the 30-win milestone since 1994.
Carlson stepped up to a top shutdown role on Washington's blue line in 2010-11, playing in all 82 games and averaging 22:38 of ice time, most among Caps defensemen. He finished with 37 points and a plus-21 rating.
Subban led all Montreal defensemen in scoring with 38 points (14 goals, 24 assists), including a team-leading nine power-play goals. He also had a hat trick on March 20 -- the first three-goal game by a rookie defenseman in franchise history.
Voting was conducted by the Professional Hockey Writers’ Association at the end of the regular season.