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Fleury and Reaves Win NHL Fan Choice Awards

Fans help the duo capture Save of the Year and Top Hidden Talent

by Gordon Weigers @GoldenKnights / VegasGoldenKnights.com

The votes are in for the 2019 NHL Fan Choice Awards and two Vegas Golden Knights have won their respective categories. Ryan Reaves took home the honors for Top Hidden Talent as fans celebrated his unique goal siren noise. Marc-Andre Fleury's diving glove save against the Philadelphia Flyers on Oct. 13 stood as the NHL's Save of the Year.

Reaves helped make his case for his award with an original video of him using his "goal siren" to celebrate a goal he scored in his backyard.

A handful of times during the season, Reaves broke out his own "goal siren" to signal goals scored by himself and teammates at City National Arena. Reaves was able to mimic the sound of a siren with his voice and he had teammates and fans alike chuckling at the sound.

Fleury's nomination came for his breath-taking save against the Philadelphia Flyers on Oct. 13. With Claude Giroux bearing down on a breakaway late in the second period, Fleury read Giroux's deke and stayed with him as he moved from left to right. As Giroux attempted to reach around Fleury and tuck the puck inside the right post, Fleury dove and sealed off the shot with an outstretched glove.

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