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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.


Chicago Blackhawks2013 Winner: Chicago Blackhawks

The Chicago Blackhawks (36-7-5, 77 points) won the Presidents' Trophy for the second time in franchise history.



Recipients
Year Team Record
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

Once again, it shows character in this dressing room. Once again, there's no quitting in here. We all wanted this so bad and we worked so hard to get home-ice advantage and we weren't going to let this one slide.

— Colorado Avalanche captain Gabriel Landeskog on his team's OT Game 1 win vs. Minnesota Wild