Gullpucken (the Golden puck) is awarded by the Norwegian Ice Hockey Federation (NIHF) to the best Norwegian ice hockey player each year. The award is subject to consideration which means it is not neccessarliy awarded every year. Its inception year was 1959, when Leif Solheim of Furuset became its first receipient. Patrick Thoresen was the last who received the award in 2009.

The NIHF also awards the Valemon trophy to the best Norwegian female ice hockey player. It has been awarded twice, the last time was in 2003.


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