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Watch Kenan Thompson’s fantastic NHL Awards monologue
The SNL standout put on a legitimately entertaining show.
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2019 NHL Awards: All the winners, video, more
Jason Zucker won the King Clancy and Wayne Simmonds took the Mark Messier NHL Leadership Award.
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Nikita Kucherov wins Hart Trophy
Nikita Kucherov of the Tampa Bay Lightning wins the Hart Trophy as the league's Most Valuable Player at the NHL Awards in Las Vegas.
Blues show off Stanley Cup with Jon Hamm
Jon Hamm introduces the Stanley Cup champion St. Louis Blues at the NHL Awards in Las Vegas.
Andrei Vasilevskiy wins Vezina Trophy
Andrei Vasilevskiy of the Tampa Bay Lightning wins the Vezina Trophy as the league's top goaltender at the NHL Awards in Las Vegas.
Carey Price surprises young fan at NHL Awards
Carey Price shares a special moment at the NHL Awards with a young Canadiens superfan who lost his mother to cancer and invites him to the 2020 All-Star Game in Montreal.
Islanders’ Barry Trotz claims Jack Adams Award
He joins Al Arbour as a two-time winner of the trophy.
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Barry Trotz wins Jack Adams Award
One year after winning the Stanley Cup with the Capitals, Barry Trotz wins the Jack Adams Award as a member of the Islanders at the NHL Awards in Las Vegas.
Ryan O’Reilly adds Selke to 2019 trophy haul
"This week has been a lot," O'Reilly said.
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Ryan O’Reilly wins Selke Trophy
St. Louis Blues' Ryan O'Reilly wins the Selke Trophy at the NHL Awards in Las Vegas for being the league's best defensive forward.
Robin Lehner wins Masterton Trophy
Robin Lehner is recognized for his qualities of perseverance, sportsmanship, and dedication to ice hockey by being given the Masterton Trophy at the NHL Awards in Las Vegas.
Masterton Trophy goes to Islanders’ Robin Lehner
He had the best season of his career after opening up about his struggles with mental illness and addiction.
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Mark Giordano wins Norris Trophy
Mark Giordano of the Calgary Flames wins his first career Norris Trophy for league's best defenseman at the age of 35 at the NHL Awards in Las Vegas.
At 35, Mark Giordano finally wins Norris Trophy
A well-earned honor for the veteran defenseman.
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Don Sweeney named GM of the Year
Don Sweeney of the Boston Bruins is named the General Manger of the Year at the NHL Awards in Las Vegas.
Bruins’ Don Sweeney wins GM of the Year Award
He guided Boston to its third straight playoff berth in a 49-win campaign.
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Aleksander Barkov wins Lady Byng
Aleksander Barkov is rewarded for his sportsmanship by being awarded the Lady Byng Memorial Trophy at the NHL Awards in Las Vegas.
Panthers’ Barkov kindly takes 2019 Lady Byng
He beat some quality finalists in Monahan and O'Reilly.
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Elias Pettersson wins Calder Trophy
Elias Pettersson of the Vancouver Canucks wins the Calder Trophy as the league's top rookie at the NHL Awards in Las Vegas.
Kenan Thompson's opening monologue
Watch as Kenan Thompson delivers his opening monologue during the 2019 NHL Awards in Las Vegas.
Canucks’ Elias Pettersson captures Calder Trophy
He's the second Vancouver player to win the award after Pavel Bure.
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Krasinski, Fischer, Anderson help open NHL Awards
John Krasinski, Jenna Fischer, and Laila Anderson get in on the fun to help Kenan Thompson open the 2019 NHL Awards from Las Vegas.
NHL GMs still waiting for final 2019-20 salary cap numbers
Reports state the upper limit may not rise as many thought earlier this season.
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Flyers’ ‘win-now’ offseason continues with Hayes signing
Kevin Hayes watched with significant interest as the Philadelphia Flyers made moves to get better right away.
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Bettman: NHL board approves Coyotes sale, new arena needed
NHL Commissioner Gary Bettman on Wednesday also reaffirmed the league's belief that the Coyotes need a downtown arena for the long-troubled franchise to have a future in Phoenix.
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WATCH LIVE: 2019 NHL Awards
Coverage begins at 8 p.m. ET on NBCSN and the NBC Sports app.
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Hughes ready to reach lifelong dream in NHL Draft
A year after watching his brother get drafted, Jack Hughes will enter the 2019 NHL Draft as the projected No. 1 pick, fulfilling a lifelong dream.
Jack Hughes ready to reach NHL
Jack Hughes is preparing to reach a lifelong dream in the 2019 NHL Draft, where he is projected to be the No. 1 pick.
U.S. trending to take 2019 NHL Draft’s first round by storm
Plenty of Americans in the mix to be selected on Friday on NBCSN.
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NHL draft in 2020 awarded to Montreal
Montreal hosted the first 22 drafts starting in 1963 before it was held in Toronto in 1985.
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Rotoworld NHL mock draft: Is Kakko catching up to Hughes?
Not a lot of surprise in Rotoworld's latest mock draft.
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Are the Flyers reverting to old ways?
Flyers have made some moves early in this offseason, but are they the right ones?
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Ducks buy out former Hart, Stanley Cup winner Corey Perry
The move ends Perry's 16 years with the organization.
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Which players might be on the move this week?
P.K. Subban may not be a Predator for much longer.
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Follow the money: Salary cap could spawn NHL trade frenzy
General managers say there is more trade chatter now than at any time in recent years, and much of it has to do with a wide gap between the haves and have nots across the NHL.
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Flyers, Hayes agree to seven-year, $50 million deal
The Flyers make Hayes a very rich man.
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Trent Yawney joins McLellan’s coaching staff with LA Kings
Yawney was an assistant coach with the Edmonton Oilers last season.
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Trouba trade highlights Rangers’ brilliant rebuild
The Rangers have been lucky, but have also made their own luck.
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Penguins GM on Maatta over Johnson, future for Malkin and Letang
Interesting trade talk from GM Jim Rutherford.
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Preds hire Scuderi, Bordeleau, Rook as development coaches
The 40-year-old Scuderi retired from the NHL in 2016 after 12 years and 783 career games.
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Trade: Flyers add Braun to blue line as Sharks shed salary
The Sharks shed some salary after extending Karlsson.
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Lightning re-sign Coburn to $3.4M, 2-year deal
Coburn will count $1.7 million against the salary cap in each of the next two seasons.
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Sharks re-signing Karlsson sets table for busy NHL offseason
The trade talk is just heating up ahead of the draft Friday and Saturday in Vancouver.
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Jets were never going to get enough for Trouba
Jets lose one of their best in a situation that had been brewing for several years.
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Trade: Rangers land Trouba, Jets get Pionk and first-rounder
Trouba, an RFA, still needs a contract.
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Teams looking for defense should seek trades, not free agents
Subban and Trouba are just two of the fascinating possibilities.
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Free agent market for defensemen looks thin without Karlsson
Should your team gamble on Gardiner, Myers, others?
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Superfan Laila celebrates Stanley Cup with Blues
Blues superfan Laila Anderson hasn't let a rare autoimmune disease get in the way of her love for her favorite hockey team. So when St. Louis won the first championship in franchise history, Laila was there...