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Art Ross Trophy Winners

Wednesday, 06.20.2012 / 6:51 PM / News

Associated Press

Winners of the National Hockey League's Art Ross Trophy, awarded annually to the league's highest scorer:

2012 - Evgeni Malkin, Pittsburgh

2011 - Daniel Sedin, Vancouver

2010 - Henrik Sedin, Vancouver

2009 - Evgeni Malkin, Pittsburgh

2008 - Alexander Ovechkin, Washington

2007 - Sidney Crosby, Pittsburgh

2006 - Joe Thornton, San Jose

2005 - Lockout

2004 - Martin St. Louis, Tampa Bay

2003 - Peter Forsberg, Colorado

2002 - Jarome Iginla, Calgary

2001 - Jaromir Jagr, Pittsburgh

2000 - Jaromir Jagr, Pittsburgh

1999 - Jaromir Jagr, Pittsburgh

1998 - Jaromir Jagr, Pittsburgh

1997 - Mario Lemieux, Pittsburgh

1996 - Mario Lemieux, Pittsburgh

1995 - Jaromir Jagr, Pittsburgh

1994 - Wayne Gretzky, Los Angeles

1993 - Mario Lemieux, Pittsburgh

1992 - Mario Lemieux, Pittsburgh

1991 - Wayne Gretzky, Los Angeles

1990 - Wayne Gretzky, Los Angeles

1989 - Mario Lemieux, Pittsburgh

1988 - Mario Lemieux, Pittsburgh

1987 - Wayne Gretzky, Edmonton

1986 - Wayne Gretzky, Edmonton

1985 - Wayne Gretzky, Edmonton

1984 - Wayne Gretzky, Edmonton

1983 - Wayne Gretzky, Edmonton

1982 - Wayne Gretzky, Edmonton

1981 - Wayne Gretzky, Edmonton

1980 - Marcel Dionne, Los Angeles

1979 - Bryan Trottier, N.Y. Islanders

1978 - Guy Lafleur, Montreal

1977 - Guy Lafleur, Montreal

1976 - Guy Lafleur, Montreal

1975 - Bobby Orr, Boston

1974 - Phil Esposito, Boston

1973 - Phil Esposito, Boston

1972 - Phil Esposito, Boston

1971 - Phil Esposito, Boston

1970 - Bobby Orr, Boston

1969 - Phil Esposito, Boston

1968 - Stan Mikita, Chicago

1967 - Stan Mikita, Chicago

1966 - Bobby Hull, Chicago

1965 - Stan Mikita, Chicago

1964 - Stan Mikita, Chicago

1963 - Gordie Howe, Detroit

1962 - Bobby Hull, Chicago

1961 - Bernie Geoffrion, Montreal

1960 - Bobby Hull, Chicago

1959 - Dickie Moore, Montreal

1958 - Dickie Moore, Montreal

1957 - Gordie Howe, Detroit

1956 - Jean Beliveau, Montreal

1955 - Bernie Geoffrion, Montreal

1954 - Gordie Howe, Detroit

1953 - Gordie Howe, Detroit

1952 - Gordie Howe, Detroit

1951 - Gordie Howe, Detroit

1950 - Ted Lindsay, Detroit

1949 - Roy Conacher, Chicago

1948 - Elmer Lach, Montreal

1947 - Max Bentley, Chicago

1946 - Max Bentley, Chicago

1945 - Elmer Lach, Montreal

1944 - Herbie Cain, Boston

1943 - Doug Bentley, Chicago

1942 - Bryan Hextall, N.Y. Rangers

1941 - Bill Cowley, Boston

1940 - Milt Schmidt, Boston

1939 - Toe Blake, Montreal

1938 - Gordie Drillon, Toronto

1937 - Dave Schriner, N.Y. Americans

1936 - Dave Schriner, N.Y. Americans

1935 - Charlie Conacher, Toronto

1934 - Charlie Conacher, Toronto

1933 - Bill Cook, N.Y. Rangers

1932 - Harvey Jackson, Toronto

1931 - Howie Morenz, Montreal

1930 - Cooney Weiland, Boston

1929 - Ace Bailey, Toronto

1928 - Howie Morenz, Montreal

1927 - Bill Cook, N.Y. Rangers

1926 - Nels Stewart, Montreal Maroons

1925 - Babe Dye, Toronto

1924 - Cy Denneny, Ottawa Senators

1923 - Babe Dye, Toronto

1922 - Punch Broadbent, Ottawa Senators

1921 - Newsy Lalonde, Montreal

1920 - Joe Malone, Quebec

1919 - Newsy Lalonde, Montreal

1918 - Joe Malone, Montreal

Playing for my favorite team growing up, I've probably scored that goal a million times in my driveway. It feels good to actually do it in real life.

— Dale Weise, who grew up a Canadiens fan, on scoring the overtime winner in Montreal's 5-4 victory against Tampa Bay in Game 1