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Presidents' TrophyPresidents' Trophy

An annual award to the club finishing the regular season with the best overall record. The winner receives $350,000, to be split between the team and its players.

History: Presented to the National Hockey League in 1985-86 by the NHL Board of Governors to recognize the team compiling the top regular season record.


Boston Bruins2014 Winner: Boston Bruins

The Boston Bruins (54-19-9, 117 points) won the Presidents' Trophy for the second time in franchise history.



Recipients
Year Team Record
2014 BOSTON BRUINS 54-19-9, 117 POINTS
2013 chicago blackhawks 36-7-5, 77 points
2012 Vancouver Canucks 51-22-9, 111 points
2011 Vancouver Canucks 54-19-9, 117 points
2010 Washington Capitals 54-15-13, 121 points
2009 San Jose Sharks 53-18-11, 117 points
2008 Detroit Red Wings 54-21-7, 115 points
2007 Buffalo Sabres 53-22-7, 113 points
2006 Detroit Red Wings 58-16-8, 124 points
2004 Detroit Red Wings 48-21-11-2, 109 points
2003 Ottawa Senators 52-21-8-1, 113 points
2002 Detroit Red Wings 51-17-10-4, 116 points
2001 Colorado Avalanche 52-16-10-4, 118 points
2000 St. Louis Blues 51-19-11-1, 114 points
1999 Dallas Stars 51-19-12, 114 points
1998 Dallas Stars 49-22-11, 109 points
1997 Colorado Avalanche 49-24-9, 107 points
1996 Detroit Red Wings 62-13-7, 131 points
1995 Detroit Red Wings 33-11-4, 70 points
1994 New York Rangers 52-24-8, 112 points
1993 Pittsburgh Penguins 56-21-7, 119 points
1992 New York Rangers 50-25-5, 105 points
1991 Chicago Blackhawks 49-23-8, 106 points
1990 Boston Bruins 46-25-9, 101 points
1989 Calgary Flames 54-17-9, 117 points
1988 Calgary Flames 48-23-9, 105 points
1987 Edmonton Oilers 50-24-6, 106 points
1986 Edmonton Oilers 56-17-7, 119 points