Everything you got to know is after the jump.
The NHL Awards are on tonight.
7:30 on Versus and 8:30 on CBC.
The red carpet coverage will be on at 6:15 on NHL.com.
Last year's highlights:
Ovechkin will likely win the Hart Trophy again this year.
Malkin probably won't be able to hear the announcement.
He'll have the Art Ross and Conn Smythe Trophies plugging his ears.
He might not even be able to see the show because of the glare coming off of the Stanley Cup.
Does this stuff ever get old?
The following clip is from the Howard Stern shows sports guy Scott Ferrall. He is a huge Pens fan.
He recorded himself watching Game Seven's final seconds.
NSFW but if you're here, you already knew that.
[If someone from Detroit reads NSFW - which means "not safe for work" - what do they do?]
More chances to relive the moment through others after the jump.
Some dude at the parade:
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Our stance from day one has been to not post personal pictures.
Even back in 2006, when we were getting three e-mails a month all from the same Indian lady who had AIDS and wanted our credit-card number, we refused to place any personal pictures here.
While every other website jumps at the chance to become TMZ.
Very disappointing and very cheap.
And then when word gets around that some pictures made to the internet, the first reaction could very well be, "I bet they're on the Pensblog." That makes us vomit.
Deadspin is a joke. They posted a picture of Malkin being a dude last week and they said it was from February of this year. We correct them on it, that the pic has been around for well over two years, and all they can do is throw a bitch fit in return.
They sure do miss Will Leitch.
Actually, every Deadspin reader does.
Jesus. What are we even talking about?
The Pens just won the Cup.
Guess what is taking place during the 2009-2010 season?
The Olympics in Vancouver.
Guess who is a three-time U.S. olympian in hockey?
1998, 2002, 2006.
Guess who might want to add a Gold Medal to his legacy?
what a jacket
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We will have no choice but to delete those posts and ban anyone who posts them.
Photos of the players in public is one thing. Private photos are something completely different. This isn't Perez Hilton.
Yes, some people are calling it "Handshakegate."
We're calling it "Whinergate."
The issue here isn't with the handshake line.
It's with the circus that the whining has created.
We tried to stay away from this.
We didn't want to give it any additional press.
We mentioned it once and assumed it would disappear like the non-story that it is.
Then someone asked Henrik Zetterberg about it.
"I think you should do it after a series, shaking hands," Zetterberg said. "I don't know why he didn't do it. I think it's disrespectful. I don't know the reason he didn't do it, but I hope he has a really good one."
Anyone who didn't watch the game and just read Zetterberg and Draper's comments would assume Sidney Crosby pulled his hand away from Lidstrom and laughed.
Of course, that's not what happened.