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NHL Clarence S. Campbell Bowl Winners

Trophy first awarded in 1968, presented to Western Conference playoff champion since 1994

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The Clarence S. Campbell Bowl was presented by the member clubs in 1968 in recognition of the services of Campbell, who was president of the NHL from 1946-77.

From 1967-68 through 1973-74, the trophy was awarded to the regular-season champion of the West Division. Beginning in 1974-75, it was awarded to the regular-season winner of the conference bearing the name of the trophy. From 1981-82 through 1992-93, it was presented to the playoff champion in the Campbell Conference. Since 1993-94, the trophy has been presented to the playoff champion in the Western Conference.

The trophy itself is a hallmark piece made of sterling silver and was crafted by a British silversmith in 1878.

 

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Clarence S. Campbell Bowl Winners
  • 2021: Montreal Canadiens
  • 2020: Dallas Stars
  • 2019: St. Louis Blues
  • 2018: Vegas Golden Knights
  • 2017: Nashville Predators
  • 2016: San Jose Sharks
  • 2015: Chicago Blackhawks
  • 2014: Los Angeles Kings
  • 2013: Chicago Blackhawks
  • 2012: Los Angeles Kings
  • 2011: Vancouver Canucks
  • 2010: Chicago Blackhawks
  • 2009: Detroit Red Wings
  • 2008: Detroit Red Wings
  • 2007: Anaheim Ducks
  • 2006: Edmonton Oilers
  • 2004: Calgary Flames
  • 2003: Mighty Ducks of Anaheim
  • 2002: Detroit Red Wings
  • 2001: Colorado Avalanche
  • 2000: Dallas Stars
  • 1999: Dallas Stars
  • 1998: Detroit Red Wings
  • 1997: Detroit Red Wings
  • 1996: Colorado Avalanche
  • 1995: Detroit Red Wings
  • 1994: Vancouver Canucks
  • 1993: Los Angeles Kings
  • 1992: Chicago Blackhawks
  • 1991: Minnesota North Stars
  • 1990: Edmonton Oilers
  • 1989: Calgary Flames
  • 1988: Edmonton Oilers
  • 1987: Edmonton Oilers
  • 1986: Calgary Flames
  • 1985: Edmonton Oilers
  • 1984: Edmonton Oilers
  • 1983: Edmonton Oilers
  • 1982: Vancouver Canucks
  • 1981: New York Islanders
  • 1980: Philadelphia Flyers
  • 1979: New York Islanders
  • 1978: New York Islanders
  • 1977: Philadelphia Flyers
  • 1976: Philadelphia Flyers
  • 1975: Philadelphia Flyers
  • 1974: Philadelphia Flyers
  • 1973: Chicago Blackhawks
  • 1972: Chicago Blackhawks
  • 1971: Chicago Blackhawks
  • 1970: St. Louis Blues
  • 1969: St. Louis Blues
  • 1968: Philadelphia Flyers
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