Hockey Award Ceremonies in Las Vegas
So now that the regular hockey season is over there’s not much left to look forward to right? Right?? Well, wrong actually. The season may be over but the awards aren’t and they look to be something special this year.
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The awarding of the trophies for the rookie of the year, the outstanding goalie along with several other awards to outstanding players from the regular season is taking place this year in a whole new venue.
The NHL has announced that this year, for the first time, their annual awards ceremonies are going to be taken to Las Vegas. The Post season ceremonies and Stanley Cup is going to Vegas. What better venue for a sports ceremony?
The Vegas trip will serve as what will be the first of a three year agreement they made with the Las Vegas Convention.
The 2009 awards which will be the first in history to be in Las Vegas are also going to be broadcast, live as they happen. coming to us from the Pearl Concert Theater, the broadcasts will take place on CBC in Canada and on VERSUS in the U.S.
The broadcast from Vegas is going to bring together celebrities, business professionals, the fans and the players in an event that is unheard of in the awards ceremonies.
The fans of NHL are going to be able to buy tickets this year to attend the NHL awards in Las Vegas. How cool is that?
“We are so thrilled to be the host of the 2009 NHL Awards,” said Palms Owner George Maloof. “Working with the National Hockey League in bringing this event to Las Vegas is something that will be great for our community.”
As part and parcel of the excitement, the NHL Awards Vegas Getaway” sweepstakes was out there to bring the fans their opportunity to sit in and join the celebration. The sweepstakes is offering two tickets to the awards ceremony along with being included in the after party as well as the airfare that it will take to get you there.
The Vegas NHL Awards are going to be big. They will include some of the top performing players of the entire season as well as the Hart Trophy, the Vezina Trophy and the Calder Trophy for the outstanding rookie of the year.
If you missed the Stanley Cup playoffs and haven’t gotten to see much hockey this year, you’ve still got a chance to rub elbows with the greats of hockey. Get yourself to Las Vegas and check out the awards ceremonies.