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The NHL will complete its distribution of materials for the 2019-20 season during a 30-minute show on Monday, Sept 9 pm to 6:30 pm ET on NBCSN

Co-hosted by Kenny Albert of NBC Sports and Scott Oake of Sportsnet, the show will take place at Rogers Place in Edmonton, home of the 2020 Stanley Cup Final The winners of the Hart Trophy, Norris Trophy, Vezina Trophy , Calder Trophy and Ted Lindsay Prize to be announced Major oil tankers Wayne Gretzky (Hart / Calder), Mark Messier (Lindsay), Grant Fuhr (Vezina) and Paul Coffey (Norris) will present the remaining five awards

Hart Trophy: Leon Draisaitl, Nathan MacKinnon, Artemi Panarin Norris Trophy: John Carlson, Victor Hedman, Roman JosiVezina Trophy: Connor Hellebuyck, Tuukka Rask, Andrei Vasilevskiy Calder Trophy: Quinn Hughes, Dominik Kubalik, Cale Makar Award, Daitlrais Award Leonardo Daitlrais: Nathan MacKinnon, Artemi Panarin

WHAT: 2020 NHL Awards O: Rogers Place – Edmonton WHEN: Monday, September 21, 6:30 p.m. ETTV: NBCSNHOSTS: Kenny Albert, Scott Oake LIVE STREAM: You can watch the 2020 NHL Awards broadcast on the live stream page from NBC Sports and the NBC Sports app

The other awards were determined at the end of the 2019-2020 NHL regular season and announced during the conference finals

Art Ross Trophy: Leon Draisaitl, Oilers Rocket Richard Trophy: Alex Ovechkin, Capitals / David Pastrnak, Bruins William Jennings Trophy: Tuukka Rask / Jaroslav Halak, Bruins Selke Trophy: Sean Couturier, Masterton Trophy Flyers: Bobby Ryan, SenatorsGM de year: Lou Lamoriello, IslandersJack Adams Award: Bruce Cassidy, BruinsLady Byng Trophy: Nathan MacKinnon, AvalancheKing Clancy Trophy: Matt Dumba, WildMark Messier Leadership Award: Mark Giordano, FlamesWillie O’Ree Community Hero Award: Dampy Brar

Game 2 coverage of the 2020 Stanley Cup Final will follow the NHL Awards at 7 a.m. ET on NBCSN and the NBC Sports app You can watch the Lightning-Stars livestream here

The Lightning almost saw a 3-0 lead evaporate before their eyes, but they did enough to beat the Stars 3-2 in Game 3, tying the 2020 Stanley Cup Final 1-1

From there, the two teams tackle the third game (Wednesday, Sept 23, 8 pm ET – NBCSN – livestream) with the 2020 Stanley Cup Finals series looking like a draw

Back in Game 1, the Lightning failed to score in a busy third period, but put a lot of pressure on Anton Khudobin

This time around, lightning broke through Tampa Bay received three straight power-play chances to start Game 2, and the pursuit with PPG played a big part in taking that crucial 3-0 lead in the first period

Nikita Kucherov sent huge assists to Brayden Point (1-0 PPG) and Ondrej Palat (2-0 PPG) to score those first two goals Given the bumps and bruises Kucherov was already facing, he is impressive that he did this after painful falls like these:

We’re not that deep into the 2020 Stanley Cup Final, but the Stars and Lightning are already causing some serious negative feelings Things boiled over more than once in Game 2, including after Ryan McDonagh had ended Blake Comeau’s night early with a bone-shaking blow

Just sit on a leash or the Stars go wild with the dogs, but either way Dallas made a serious effort to get back into this one. The Stars pulled off an 18-5 penalty shootout advantage over the course of of the second period, a setting where a flood of penalties turned into a geyser Joe Pavelski’s nice tip for a PPG gave the Stars a chance, and then Mattias Janmark reduced Lightning’s lead to 3-2 early in the third thanks to a terrific feed from John Klingberg

Anton Khudobin got a lot of attention, but Andrei Vasilevskiy was strong in these 2020 Stanley Cup Playoffs He was keen when he needed to be Monday

Once the Lightning’s lead fell to 3-2, it looks like they got the job done.The Lightning actually pulled off a significant SOG advantage in the third period (12-5), although the Stars were trying to come back in the second game

Mikhail Sergachev appeared to score a 4-2 insurance goal, but a successful offside criticism brought him down to 3-2

It didn’t end up being a turning point in Game 2, as the Lightning closed the door against the Stars, tying the 2020 Stanley Cup Final 1-1

Game 1: Stars 4, Lightning 1 (recap) Game 2: Lightning 3, Stars 2Match 3: Wednesday, September 23, 8 pm ET – NBCSN (livestream) Game 4: Friday, September 25, 8 pm ET – NBC (livestream) Game 5: Saturday, September 26, 8 pm ET – NBC (livestream) * Game 6: Monday, September 28, 8 pm ET – NBC * Game 7: Wednesday, September 30, 8 pm ET – NBC

James O’Brien is a writer for Pro Hockey Talk on NBC Sports Message him on phtblog @ nbcsportscom or follow him on Twitter @cyclelikesedins

The Stanley Cup Playoffs continue on Saturday September 19 in central Edmonton Now that we are in the Conference Finals, the full schedule for the 2020 NHL Stanley Cup Final has been announced

The top four regular season teams from both conferences contested a three-game round robin to advance to the first round Eight best-of-5 qualifying round winners advanced to the first round

Game 1: Stars 4, Lightning 1 (recap) Game 2: Lightning 3, Stars 2 (recap) Game 3: Wednesday, September 23, 8 pm ET – NBCSN (livestream) Game 4: Friday, September 25, 8 pm ET – NBC (livestream) Game 5: Saturday, September 26, 8 pm ET – NBC * Game 6: Monday, September 28, 8 pm ET – NBC * Game 7: Wednesday, September 30, 8 pm ET – NBC

Philadelphia Flyers (3-0-0, 6 points)
Tampa Bay Lightning (2-1-0, 4 points)
Washington Capitals (1-1-1, 3 points)
Boston Bruins (0-3-0, 0 points)

Vegas Golden Knights (3-0-0, 6 points)
Colorado Avalanche (2-1-0, 4 points)
Dallas Stars (1-2-0, 2 points)
St Louis Blues (0-2-1, 1 point)

Edmonton Oilers forward Leon Draisaitl became the first German player to win the NHL MVP, winning the 2019-20 Hart Trophy It capped a great run for Draisaitl, who escaped with the Art Ross Trophy (110 points) and also won the Player Voted Answer at The Hart, winning the 2019-2020 Ted Lindsay Award

As well as being the first German player to win the Hart Trophy, Draisaitl became the fourth Oilers player to win the Draisaitl Award joined Wayne Gretzky, Mark Messier and Connor McDavid (who won in 2016-17)

Draisaitl finished the 2019-20 season truncated with 110 points Not only did he lead all scorers, but Draisaitl was the only player to cross the 100 point threshold Draisaitl Oilers teammate Connor McDavid was second with 97 points

Panarin, meanwhile, tied David Pastrnak in third place with 95 points MacKinnon ranked as the only other player to surpass 90 points in 2019-2020, scoring 93

While Panarin and MacKinnon have pulled off big scoring advances over their next high-scoring teammates, some are going to ding Draisaitl for the boost he received playing with McDavid Even so, Draisaitl has shown that he could sport his own line at times and display crazy numbers Managing 110 points in an 82-game season is already impressive in this era of tight control. To do it in 71 games is pretty mind-blowing

The Hart Trophy debate among members of the Professional Hockey Writers Association would have been interesting to hear, as MacKinnon was not so far behind Draisaitl:

It’s also interesting that Connor Hellebuyck received a few – but not a ton – of votes for the Hart Trophy

Naturally, Draisaitl was also part of the 2019-2020 NHL All-Star Team With Draisaitl taking center stage, Nathan MacKinnon actually just nodded for Second Team, with David Pastrnak sliding to RW

Vezina winner Connor Hellebuyck, Norris winner Roman Josi and Norris runner-up John Carlson have joined Draisaitl, MacKinnon and Panarin in the 2019-20 NHL First Team All-Star:

MacKinnon joined Brad Marchand and Nikita Kucherov as 2019-2020 second-team all-star strikers Tuukka Rask secured the goalie title, while Victor Hedman and Alex Pietrangelo made up the two defenders

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Finally, the 2019-20 NHL All-Star squad is an impressive group. You almost wished they had scored more than the usual two defensemen, as Trophy winner Calder Cale Makar did to the alongside Quinn Hughes Elvis Merzlikins secured the goalie place, while Nick Suzuki, Victor Olofsson and Dominik Kubalik won the front caps

James O’Brien is a writer for Pro Hockey Talk on NBC Sports Message him on phtblog @ nbcsportscom or follow him on Twitter @cyclelikesedins

Continuing his unlikely run in his first playoff series as a starter, Anton Khudobin stopped 35 of 36 shots, including all 32 faced in the last two periods, backing Dallas for the series opener. The Stars broke the ice early in Game 1 when Joel Hanley scored his very first NHL goal, but Tampa responded immediately when Yanni Gourde leveled things later in the period. It was all Dallas on the scoreboard after that, scoring twice in the following period, including rookie Joel Kiviranta getting his fifth this playoff with 28 seconds left in the second

Khudobin is 9-1 in the playoffs making over 30 saves in a game.With another 30-save win, he will join Tim Thomas (14-3 in 2011 with Boston) and Kirk McLean (10- 4 in 1994 with Vancouver) as the only goaltenders to have so many wins in a single playoff (since 1955-56 when the statistic was officially tracked) His 22 saves in the last 20 minutes were the most scored by a goalie goal scoring in any period of a Stanley Cup Final game during the NHL’s expansion period (since 1967-68)

Dallas defeated Tampa 1-0 in the third period despite a 22-2 lead, becoming the first team in the expanding NHL era to beat an opponent in a period of any game in playoffs despite a lead of at least 20

Tampa last lost back-to-back games on March 8 and 10 – its last two games before the NHL break

WHAT: Tampa Bay Lightning vs Dallas StarsWHERE: Rogers Place – EdmontonWHEN: Monday September 21, 8pm ETTV: NBCSNON THE CALL: Mike Emrick, Eddie Olczyk, Brian Boucher LIVE STREAM: You can watch the Lightning-Stars stream on the page live streaming from NBC Sports and the NBC Sports app

Game 1: Stars 4, Lightning 1 (recap) Game 2: Monday, September 21, 8 pm ET – NBCSN (livestream) Game 3: Wednesday, September 23, 8 pm ET – NBCSN (livestream) Game 4: Friday , September 25, 8 pm ET – NBC (livestream) * Game 5: Saturday, September 26, 8 pm ET – NBC * Game 6: Monday, September 28, 8 pm ET – NBC * Game 7: Wednesday, September 30, 8 pm ET – NBC

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