Art Ross Trophy
|Evgeni Malkin, Pittsburgh
|One year after finishing as the runner-up for
the Art Ross Trophy, Malkin captures his first with a
career-high 113 points in 82 games. Malkin never went more than
two games without a point. He recorded 32 multi-point games,
including four four-point efforts and one five-point game.
The Art Ross Trophy is awarded to the player who leads the NHL
in points at the end of the season. It is named after Arthur
Ross, the former Boston Bruins coach.
|2008||Alex Ovechkin, Washington|
|2007||Sidney Crosby, Pittsburgh|
|2006||Joe Thornton, Boston/San Jose|
|2004||Martin St. Louis, Tampa Bay|
|2003||Peter Forsberg, Colorado|