He also won the Ted Lindsay Award as the MVP voted by members of the NHL Players' Association.
Draisaitl recorded his second consecutive 100-point season, picking up 43 goals and a career-best 67 assists and 110 points in 71 games to edge teammate Connor McDavid in the scoring race. He had 10 game-winning goals.
Draisaitl helped his cause by scoring 12 points in the six games that McDavid, the 2016-17 Hart Trophy winner, missed in February with an injury.
Other award winners:
Calder Trophy (rookie): Defenseman Cale Makar, Avalanche. He finished second in rookie scoring with 50 points.
The NHL earlier in the playoffs announced other winners: Jack Adams Award (Boston Bruins coach Bruce Cassidy), Selke Trophy (defensive forward, Philadelphia Flyers' Sean Couturier); Lady Byng Trophy (gentlemanly play, MacKinnon), Masterton Trophy (perseverance, Ottawa Senators' Bobby Ryan), GM of the Year (New York Islanders' Lou Lamoriello), King Clancy Trophy (humanitarian, Minnesota Wild's Matt Dumba), Mark Messier NHL Leadership Award (Calgary Flames' Mark Giordano) and the Willie O'Ree Community Hero Award (Dampy Brar of Apna Hockey).
This article originally appeared on USA TODAY: NHL awards: Oilers' Leon Draisaitl wins Hart Trophy as league MVP