Rangers goalie Henrik Lundqvist was named a finalist for the 2019-19 King Clancy Memorial Trophy, the NHL announced on Tuesday.
The King Clancy Memorial Trophy is awarded to a player who "best exemplifies leadership qualities on and off the ice and have made a noteworthy humanitarian contribution in his community."
The winner of the award is chosen by a committee of senior NHL executives led by Commissioner Gary Bettman and Deputy Commissioner Bill Daly.
Coyotes defenceman Oliver Ekman-Larsson and Wild left winger Jason Zucker are the other finalists.
Lundqvist and his wife, Therese, founded the Henrik Lundqvist Foundation in 2014, which strives to create positive change in the lives of children and adults throughout the world through education and health services.
The foundation's four charitable partners span from New York to Sweden to the Dominican Republic. It has raised over $2.5 million since its inception.
Lundqvist has also been the official spokesperson for the Garden of Dreams Foundation since 2009, which works with The Madison Square Garden Company and MSG Networks to positively impact the lives of children facing obstacles.
Lundqvist was awarded the 2012 Garden of Dreams Hero Award, which honors a person or organization who embodies the spirit and commitment of the Garden of Dreams Foundation.
Lundqivst has hosted approximately 1,230 children from various Garden of Dreams partner organizations and their families in "Henrik's Crease" for a Rangers game experience at Madison Square Garden over the last five years.