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2018 NHL Awards Show presented by Hulu, set for Las Vegas on June 20




Hosted by NHL Players, Coaches and General Managers, Event Will Feature Commemorations of Humboldt Broncos, Las Vegas and Parkland Survivors and First Responders; Live Broadcast Set for 8:00 p.m. ET / 5:00 p.m. PT on NBCSN and Sportsnet



NEW YORK / TORONTO (June 18, 2018) – The finalists for the top awards will act as co-hosts in this year’s 2018 NHL Awards™ presented by Hulu at the Hard Rock Hotel & Casino Las Vegas, the National Hockey League (NHL®) announced today. NBCSN and Sportsnet will broadcast the two-hour television event on Wednesday, June 20, live in the United States and Canada, respectively, at 8 p.m. ET / 5 p.m. PT.


This year, NHL players, coaches and general managers will anchor the program, which will feature special commemorations of three tragedies that touched the hockey world and garnered immense support from the entire NHL community. Survivors and first responders from last October’s Las Vegas shooting; members of the hockey team from Stoneman Douglas High School in Parkland, Fla.; and surviving members of the Humboldt Broncos junior team will be recognized and honored at the event. In the aftermath of each tragedy, NHL teams, current and former NHL players, coaches and fans rallied to provide emotional and monetary support to survivors and first responders.


The NHL Awards™ in Las Vegas will mark the first time 10 of the surviving members of the Broncos hockey team will reunite since the April 6 crash, due in part to the generous support of Air Canada and Hard Rock Hotel & Casino Las Vegas.


Also presenting this year will be NHL legends Eric LindrosMark Messier and Willie O’Ree; 2018 U.S. Women’s Hockey Olympic Gold Medalists Meghan Duggan and Amanda Kessel; 2018 Canadian Women’s Hockey Olympic Silver Medalists Marie-Philip Poulin and Brianne Jenner; actors Jim BelushiLynda Carter, Colin HanksAndrew HerrDylan PlayfairJacob Tremblay; entertainer Terry Fator; illusionist Darcy Oake; Ottawa Senators goalie Craig Anderson and his wife, Nicholle; NHL broadcasters Anson CarterElliotte FriedmanJamie HerschScott OakeKathryn Tappen and Kevin Weekes; and On the Bench hosts Jacob Ardown and Olly Postanin.


The 2018 NHL Awards™ presented by Hulu will honor the best regular-season performances in a wide range of categories — including most valuable player (Hart Trophy), outstanding goaltender (Vezina Trophy), outstanding defenseman (Norris Trophy) and outstanding rookie (Calder Trophy). The Ted Lindsay Award, which is presented annually to the “most outstanding player” in the NHL as voted by fellow members of the National Hockey League Players’ Association (NHLPA), also will be awarded.


The Willie O’Ree Community Hero Award, which recognizes an individual who – through the game of hockey – has positively impacted his or her community, culture or society, will be presented at the 2018 NHL Awards for the first time. The award is named in honor of NHL trailblazer Willie O’Ree, who became the first black player in the NHL in 1958 and has spent the last two decades tirelessly working in grassroots hockey to inspire underserved, marginalized and disadvantaged youth to set goals and follow their dreams.


NHL Network™, and NHL Social™ will provide comprehensive coverage of the 2018 NHL Awards™ presented by Hulu and red carpet arrivals. Fans can follow the festivities across the NHL’s social media channels via the official hashtag #NHLAwards.



NHL announces order of selection for 2018 Draft



June 15, 2018


NEW YORK (June 15, 2018) – The National Hockey League announced today the order of selection for the 2018 NHL Draft presented by adidasat American Airlines Center in Dallas. The first round will take place on Friday, June 22 (7:30 p.m., ET/6:30 p.m., CT, NBCSN, Sportsnet, TVAS) and the subsequent rounds (2 through 7) on Saturday, June 23 (11 a.m., ET/10 a.m., CT, NHL Network, Sportsnet, TVAS).

All networks also will feature pre-event coverage on Friday (TVAS at 6 p.m. ET/5 p.m. CT, NBCSN and Sportsnet at 7 p.m. ET/6 p.m. CT).

Round 1
1. Buffalo
2. Carolina
3. Montreal
4. Ottawa (optional to COL)
5. Arizona
6. Detroit
7. Vancouver
8. Chicago
9. NY Rangers
10. Edmonton
11. NY Islanders
12. NY Islanders (from CGY)
13. Dallas
14. Philadelphia (from STL)
15. Florida
16. Colorado
17. New Jersey
18. Columbus
19. Philadelphia
20. Los Angeles
21. San Jose
22. Ottawa (from PIT)
23. Anaheim
24. Minnesota
25. Toronto
26. NY Rangers (from BOS)
27. Chicago (from NSH)
28. NY Rangers (from TBL)
29. St. Louis (from WPG)
30. Detroit (from VGK)
31. Washington

Pick 4 – Under the terms of a Nov. 5, 2017, trade: The Senators have the option to retain their pick and instead send the Avalanche their first-round pick in the 2019 NHL Draft.

Round 2
32. Buffalo
33. Detroit (from OTT via NYR)
34. Florida (from ARI)
35. Montreal
36. Detroit
37. Vancouver
38. Montreal (from CHI)
39. NY Rangers
40. Edmonton
41. NY Islanders
42. Carolina
43. NY Islanders (from CGY)
44. Dallas
45. St. Louis
46. Washington (from FLA via NJD)
47. Colorado
48. NY Rangers (from NJD)
49. Columbus
50. Philadelphia
51. Los Angeles
52. Toronto (from SJS)
53. Pittsburgh
54. Anaheim
55. Arizona (from MIN)
56. Montreal (from TOR)
57. Boston
58. Colorado (from NSH)
59. Tampa Bay
60. Winnipeg
61. Vegas
62. Montreal (from WSH)

Round 3
63. Minnesota (from BUF)
64. Pittsburgh (from OTT)
65. Arizona
66. Montreal
67. Detroit
68. Vancouver
69. Chicago
70. NY Rangers
71. Edmonton
72. NY Islanders
73. Arizona (from CAR)
74. Arizona (from CGY)
75. Dallas
76. St. Louis
77. Boston (from FLA)
78. Colorado
79. Anaheim (from NJD)
80. Columbus
81. Detroit (from PHI)
82. Los Angeles
83. Toronto (from SJS)
84. Detroit (from PIT)
85. Anaheim
86. Minnesota
87. Chicago (from TOR via NJD and WSH)
88. NY Rangers (from BOS)
89. Nashville
90. Tampa Bay
91. Winnipeg
92. Minnesota (from VGK)
93. Washington

Round 4
94. Buffalo
95. Ottawa
96. Carolina (from ARI)
97. Montreal
98. Detroit
99. Vegas (from VAN via PIT)
100. Dallas (from CHI)
101. NY Rangers
102. Montreal (from EDM)
103. NY Islanders
104. Carolina
105. Calgary
106. Dallas
107. St. Louis
108. Calgary (from FLA)
109. Colorado
110. New Jersey
111. Nashville (from CBJ)
112. Philadelphia
113. Los Angeles
114. San Jose
115. Vegas (from PIT via TBL)
116. Anaheim
117. Buffalo (from MIN)
118. Toronto
119. Boston
120. Chicago (from NSH)
121. Tampa Bay
122. Montreal (from WPG)
123. Florida (from VGK)
124. Washington

Round 5
125. Buffalo
126. Ottawa
127. Philadelphia (from ARI)
128. Montreal
129. Pittsburgh (from DET)
130. Vancouver
131. Nashville (from CHI)
132. NY Rangers
133. Edmonton
134. NY Islanders
135. Vegas (from CAR)
136. New Jersey (from CGY via ARI)
137. Dallas
138. St. Louis
139. Florida
140. Colorado
141. New Jersey
142. Chicago (from CBJ)
143. Philadelphia
144. Los Angeles
145. San Jose
146. Pittsburgh
147. Anaheim
148. Minnesota
149. Toronto
150. Winnipeg (from BOS)
151. Nashville
152. Tampa Bay
153. Winnipeg
154. Vegas
155. Minnesota (from WSH)

Round 6
156. Buffalo
157. Ottawa
158. Arizona
159. Detroit (from MTL)
160. Detroit
161. Vancouver
162. Chicago
163. NY Rangers
164. Edmonton
165. Los Angeles (from NYI)
166. Carolina
167. Calgary
168. Dallas
169. St. Louis
170. Florida
171. Colorado
172. New Jersey
173. Columbus
174. Philadelphia
175. Los Angeles
176. San Jose
177. Pittsburgh
178. Anaheim
179. Minnesota
180. Vegas (from TOR)
181. Boston
182. San Jose (from NSH)
183. Tampa Bay
184. Winnipeg
185. Vegas
186. Washington

Round 7
187. Buffalo
188. Ottawa
189. Arizona
190. Philadelphia (from MTL)
191. Detroit
192. Vancouver
193. Chicago
194. Ottawa (from NYR)
195. Edmonton
196. NY Islanders
197. Carolina
198. Calgary
199. Dallas
200. St. Louis
201. Florida
202. Colorado
203. New Jersey
204. Columbus
205. Philadelphia
206. Tampa Bay (from LAK)
207. San Jose
208. Pittsburgh
209. Toronto (from ANA)
210. Minnesota
211. Toronto
212. Boston
213. Nashville
214. Tampa Bay
215. Winnipeg
216. Carolina (from VGK)
217. Washington


NHL Upcoming Events through July 1, 2018




Tuesday, June 19:
2018 NHL Gaming World Championship Final
(Luxor Hotel and Casino, Las Vegas, Nev.)

Wednesday, June 20:
2018 NHL Awards presented by Hulu
(Hard Rock Hotel & Casino, Las Vegas, Nev.)

Friday, June 22 – Saturday, June 23:
2018 NHL Draft presented by adidas
(American Airlines Center, Dallas, Texas)

Sunday, July 1:
Free agency begins (12 p.m. ET)


2018 NHL Awards Show coming up on June 20




The 2018 NHL Awards presented by Hulu will take place Wednesday, June 20, at the Hard Rock Hotel & Casino in Las Vegas (8 p.m. ET / 5 p.m. PT, NBCSN, SN).

See below for finalists and winners:


2018 NHL/Gaming/World Championships on June 19 to be aired live on


June 13, 2018


Six Regional Finalists Meet at Esports Arena Las Vegas for Chance at $50,000 Grand Prize; NBC Sports, Sportsnet and Viasat Set Television Premieres for Week of June 25


NEW YORK (June 13, 2018) – The 2018 NHL Gaming World Championship™ Final will be streamed live on on Tuesday, June 19, beginning at 4 p.m. ET, the National Hockey League announced today. Esports Arena Las Vegas at Luxor Hotel and Casino will host the final stage of the tournament that will feature the top EA SPORTS NHL® 18 players from around the world.


Nicola “FoolX90” Bruna (Canada winner), John “JohnWayne90” Casagranda (U.S. winner), Matthew “YungGren” Grenier (Canada runner-up), Arttu “Artuzio” Mustila (Europe runner-up), David “JrPens91” Roebuck (U.S. runner-up) and Erik “I_Eki_I” Tammenpää (Europe winner) will compete in a round-robin style format to open the tournament. The top two competitors at the end of the round-robin portion then face off in a best-of-three final to determine the 2018 NHL Gaming World Champion™. The Champion will receive a $50,000 USD cash prize, take home the tournament trophy and attend the 2018 NHL Awards™ presented by Hulu.


Players earned their place in the World Finals by finishing in the top two at their respective Regional Finals, administered and run by FACEIT, the official tournament platform of the 2018 NHL Gaming World Championship™.


In the days following the live stream, fans also will have the opportunity to re-watch the World Finals tournament on the following platforms:


  • NBC Sports: and the NBC Sports app will premiere the digital broadcast of the 2018 NHL Gaming World Championship™ Final on Monday, June 25. A special one-hour television broadcast will premiere on NBCSN on Thursday, June 28 at 8:00 p.m. ET.


  • Sportsnet: The 2018 NHL Gaming World Championship™ Final will debut on Sportsnet’s digital platforms on Monday, June 25. A special one-hour television premiere of the 2018 NHL Gaming World Championship™ Final on Sportsnet will take place on Tuesday, June 26 beginning at 4:00 p.m. ET.


  • Viasat: The 2018 NHL Gaming World Championship™ Final will debut on TV3 Sport on Wednesday, June 27 at 20:30 local (18:30 GMT/2:30 p.m.ET) and simultaneously on Viasat’s digital channel, Viaplay.


  • The 2018 NHL Gaming World Championship™ Final will be available on demand on on Monday, June 25. Fans can also replay Regional Final highlights or watch entire episodes on demand.


Fans can follow the conversation using the social hashtag #NHLGWC. To check out tournament details, Regional brackets, news and players bios, please visit




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