Travis Hamonic won the NHL Foundation Player Award on Tuesday night at the 2017 NHL Humanitarian Awards in Las Vegas.
Hamonic becomes the first Islander since Doug Weight took home the King Clancy Memorial Trophy in 2011 to win an individual award. NewYorkIslanders.com and @NYIslanders were on hand to cover the event. Follow Hamonic's journey through the awards on our web and social channels.
Video: Travis Hamonic gives his acceptance speech
After winning the award, Hamonic celebrated and took some pictures with his family.
Plus a photo with Commissioner Gary Bettman and a couple with Nick Foligno, who won the Mark Messier Leadership Award and the King Clancy Memorial Trophy.
Hamonic signed a few autographs afterwards and posed for pictures with his trophy.
Wednesday, June 21
Travis Hamonic hit the megenta carpet at the NHL Awards.
And later was recognized on stage for winning the Foundation Player Award.