In the spirit of the holidays, we’re looking to set a Guinness World Record for the most goals from the 2016-17 season.
In the spirit in which we celebrate the anniversaries of many great moments in hockey history, we decided to do a few things for the holidays.
First, we’ll announce the finalists for the Guinness World Records.
In addition to our “World Goal Record,” we’ve created the Guinness “Best Goal Record” contest to help people celebrate and honor the great goal scorers of the past and present.
The winners will be announced during the inaugural ceremony at the 2018 NHL Awards Ceremony on January 31 at the United Center in Chicago.
We also are offering a special reward for those who get in on the holiday action.
We’ll announce it in the coming weeks.
We hope to announce a winner by December.
For those of you who want to get your hands on a copy of the Guinness book, you can download the book here and order it today.
You’ll be given a code to enter at the book’s official website on December 31, the day after the awards ceremony.
For more information, check out our book’s page on the official website.
The Guinness World records team will also be announcing the winners for the “International Goal Record.”
This year, we wanted to highlight goal scoreers from around the world.
We looked to see who had scored the most international goals, which players had made the most significant contributions to the game, and who would be recognized with a record number of goals.
The winner will be selected at a future ceremony.
In addition to the International Goal Record, we also have a special award for our fans.
We’ve decided to honor the accomplishments of the following players:The winners of the “Goal of the Year” award will be revealed during the NHL Awards on January 15 at the Consol Energy Center in Dallas.
The winners will then be announced on January 22 at the Hockey Hall of Fame in Canton, Ohio.
The “All-Star Game” award, also announced during December, will be awarded to the following NHL stars for their contributions to hockey:The “Goalie of the Week” award for Week 1 will be given to Ryan Miller, who led the Pittsburgh Penguins to a 5-2-1 record in Week 1.
Miller is the NHL’s all-time leading goal scorer with 556 goals, and he is also the league’s all time leader in wins (1,937).
He also is the only player to win a Conn Smythe Trophy twice.
Miller has made a career-high four playoff appearances and has gone 13-4-1 with a 1.97 goals-against average and .933 save percentage.
He also has played in a career best five Stanley Cup Playoff games.
The NHL All-Star voting will be held on December 21 at 7 p.m.
The voting will take place on NBCSN, NHL Network, TSN, Sportsnet ONE, SportsCentre Extra and TVA Sports.
The full voting list will be released at a later date.
We want to thank the following organizations for helping us celebrate this historic season:The NHLPA and NHL Executive Committee have partnered on this year’s NHL Awards to recognize the contributions of hockey fans.
The annual awards recognize outstanding hockey players, coaches, and managers in the National Hockey League.
For each award, the organization is awarded $10,000 in prizes, including $5,000 for the winner.
This year’s awards will also recognize outstanding player development and leadership in the NHL.
The finalists will be chosen at a separate awards ceremony on January 14 at the NHL awards banquet in Los Angeles.
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