Vince Vaughn, Cory Monteith and Will Arnett Join '2012 NHL Awards' Lineup
The Hollywood stars will be presenting trophies or making special appearances at the pro hockey league's post-season awards show, to air on NBC Sports Network on June 20.
TORONTO - Vince Vaughn, Glee’s Cory Monteith, Matthew Perry, Hawthorne’s Michael Vartan and sports broadcaster Erin Andrews will be high-schticking with hockey stars at the upcoming 2012 NHL Awards on NBC Sports Network, organizers said Tuesday.
Also presenting awards at the Las Vegas kudosfest on June 20 is Entourage’s Kevin Connolly, Colin Hanks and Fringe’s Joshua Jackson.
And the pro hockey league plans special appearances at its post-season awards show by Up All Night’s Will Arnett, Tracy Morgan and director/writer/actor Kevin Smith.
IMG Media is producing the 2012 NHL Awards, which also air in CBC in Canada, with Steve Mayer executive producing.
The awards show follows the current Stanley Cup championship round between the Los Angeles Kings and the New Jersey Devils.
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