There will be no opening performance by Canadian music act Nickelback, no red carpet interview with the Stanley Cup-winning captain, and no funny Brendan Shanahan impersonator sketches.

And don’t expect Canadian actor Matthew Perry to pop up with an opening monologue. But there has been a reported leak of the top defenceman award. And the winner is … no, no, you’ll have to wait.

In this lockout-shortened season, the National Hockey League first did away with the all-star game and now the one-night awards show from Las Vegas.

Saturday’s award winners will be revealed on Hockey Night in Canada’s Scotiabank Hockey Tonight show prior to Game 2 of the Stanley Cup final on CBC Television and live streamed at CBCSports.ca at 7 p.m. ET. A live chat with fans also will be held with the online stream.

Winners of the Hart, Calder, Norris and Vezina trophies will be named along with the recipient of the Ted Lindsay Award as the most outstanding player as voted by members of the NHL Players’ Association.

The two-part awards show began Friday with the following winners:

  • Bill Masterton Trophy: Josh Harding, Minnesota
  • Frank J. Selke Trophy: Jonathan Toews, Chicago
  • Lady Byng Memorial Trophy: Martin St. Louis, Tampa Bay
  • Jack Adams Award: Paul MacLean, Ottawa
  • General Manager of the Year Award: Ray Shero, Pittsburgh
  • King Clancy Memorial Trophy: Patrice Bergeron, Boston
  • Mark Messier Leadership Award: Daniel Alfredsson, Ottawa
  • NHL Foundation Award: Henrik Zetterberg, Detroit

At 8 p.m., the Boston Bruins will attempt to rebound from a series-opening 4-3 loss in triple overtime when they visit the Chicago Blackhawks (CBC, CBCSports.ca).

Have your say on which player is most deserving by voting in four polls below (Hart, Calder, Norris and Vezina) for Saturday's awards and explain your choices in the comment section.

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HART FINALISTS: A Hart winner in 2007, Sidney Crosby, left, could win this time after tying for third in the NHL with 56 points despite missing the final month of the season with a broken jaw. Alex Ovechkin, middle, led the league with 32 goals (16 on the power play) while John Tavares, right, had 47 points to lead the New York Islanders to a playoff berth for the first time since 2007. (Getty Images/CBCSports.ca)

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CALDER FINALISTS: The Canadiens’ Brendan Gallagher, left, had 15 goals and 28 points in his rookie season, just three behind the Panthers’ Jonathan Huberdeau, middle, who tied Edmonton’s Nail Yakupov for the freshmen scoring lead (31 points). Brandon Saad, right, of the Blackhawks posted 27 points on 10 goals and 17 assists. (Getty Images/Canadian Press/CBCSports.ca)

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NORRIS FINALISTS: From left, the Penguins’ Kris Letang shared the scoring lead with fellow defenceman P.K. Subban, each with 38 points, six more than Ryan Suter of the Wild. Subban matched a career high in points and was an impressive plus-12, while Suter led the NHL in ice time per game among blue-liners at 27 minutes 16 seconds. (Getty Images/Associated Press/CBCSports.ca)

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Sergei Bobrovsky, left, of the Blue Jackets hopes to become the first Russian-born goalie to win the Vezina but will be in tough with the New York Rangers’ Henrik Lundqvist, middle, last season’s recipient. There’s also San Jose’s Antti Niemi, right, who tied Lundqvist for the NHL lead with 24 wins and had a 2.16 GAA. (Getty Images/CBCSports.ca)

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