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The game starts at 8 p.m. ET.Here is a look at the three finalists:Marc Bergevin of the Montreal Canadiens, Lou Lamoriello of the New York Islanders and Bill Zito of the Florida Panthers are the finalists for the Jim Gregory General Manager of the Year Award.The award is presented annually to the general manager who best excelled at his role during the regular season. I'd also like to congratulate Lou and Bill for their nomination."Several of the impact players during their playoff run were added during a busy offseason, including signing unrestricted free agent forwards Tyler Toffoli and Corey Perry, and trades that brought in forward Josh Anderson (Columbus Blue Jackets), defenseman Joel Edmundson (Carolina Hurricanes) and goalie Jake Allen (St. Louis Blues).Dominique Ducharme replaced Claude Julien as coach Feb. 24, and the offense got more dynamic when forward Cole Caufield, the No. 15 pick of the 2019 NHL Draft, agreed to terms on a three-year, entry-level contract March 27, and scored two game-winning goals in 10 regular-season games. The Canadiens also acquired center Eric Staal (Buffalo Sabres) and defensemen Jon Merrill (Detroit Red Wings) and Erik Gustafsson (Philadelphia Flyers) ahead of the NHL Trade Deadline on April 12.It's the third time Bergevin is a finalist for the award; he was third in 2012-13 and second in 2013-14.Lamoriello, in his third season with the Islanders, helped the New York reach the third round of the playoffs for the second straight season.During the offseason the Islanders re-signed defenseman Andy Greene, which allowed New York to bring back every key skater from the team that lost to the Tampa Bay Lightning in the 2020 Eastern Conference Final, and added rookie Ilya Sorokin as the backup goalie to Semyon Varlamov.

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