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Excellent stuff. Luckily I found the 1993 NHL Yearbook in my friend's basement tonight while we were playing hockey so I have all the results for 1992:

AWARDS

Hart
1. Mark Messier 341 (67-2-0)
2. Patrick Roy 105 (1-27-19)
3. Brett Hull 49 (1-12-8)
4. Kirk McLean 37 (0-11-4)
5. Mario Lemieux 29 (0-7-8)
6. Jeremy Roenick 29 (0-5-14)
7. Steve Yzerman 10 (0-2-4)
8. Kevin Stevens 4 (0-1-1)
9. Doug Gilmour, Trevor Linden 3 (0-1-0)
11. Brian Leetch, Scott Stevens 3 (0-0-3)
13. Ray Bourque, Tim Cheveldae, Bob Essensa, Dale Hunter, Pat LaFontaine

No defencemen in the top 10...

Norris
1. Brian Leetch, 335 (65-3-1)
2. Ray Bourque 112 (3-25-22)
3. Phil Housley 82 (0-21-19)
4. Scott Stevens 44 (1-9-12)
5. Larry Murphy 37 (0-9-10)
6. Chris Chelios 8 (0-2-2)
7. Kevin Hatcher 2 (0-0-2)
8. Al MacInnis 1 (0-0-1)

Vezina
1. Patrick Roy 95 (17-3-1)
2. Kirk McLean 65 (5-12-1)
3. Bob Essensa 13 (0-3-4)
4. Ed Belfour 8 (0-2-2)
5. Tim Cheveldae 8 (0-0-8)
6. John Vanbiesbrouck 7 (0-1-4)
7. Kelly Hrudey 3 (0-1-0)
8. Chris Terreri, Mike Richter 1 (0-0-1)

How did Joseph not get nominated? He was, arguably, the second best goalie in the league after Roy.

Selke
1. Guy Carbonneau 160 (19-20-5)
2. Sergei Fedorov 120 (22-3-1)
3. Kelly Miller 70 (8-7-9)
4. Brent Sutter 34 (1-8-5)
5. Doug Gilmour, Adam Graves 20 (2-3-1)
7. Brent Gilchrist 18 (2-1-5)
8. Steve Larmer 16 (2-2-0)
9. Mark Messier, Jeremy Roenick 15 (3-0-0)
11. Craig MacTavish, Paul Ysebaert 15 (1-3-1)
13. Mike McPhee 13 (0-4-1)
14. Kelly Buchberger 12 (0-1-9)
15. Mike Ridley 10 (1-1-2)
16. Claude Vilgrain 9 (0-2-3)
17. Shawn Burr, Gaetan Duchesne 8 (1-0-3)
19. Kirk Muller 5 (0-1-2)
20. Dirk Graham 5 (0-0-5)
21. Doug Brown, Dale Hunter, Troy Murray 4 (0-1-1) (I think they have typos for these but I'm pretty sure they all got 0-1-1... in case anyone cares about who tied for 21st for the 1992 Selke)
24. Ulf Dahlen, Claude Lemieux, Bob Probert, Joe Sakic 3 (0-1-0)
28. Jan Erixon 2 (0-0-2)
29. Bob Bassen, Dimitri Khristich, Ron Sutter, Brian Propp, Ed Olczyk, Mike Eagles, Mark Pederson 1 (0-0-1)

Calder
1. Pavel Bure 222 (26-27-11)
2. Nicklas Lidstrom 183 (23-16-20)
3. Tony Amonte 183 (18-22-27)
4. Pat Falloon 20 (1-4-3)
5. Kevin Todd 9 (1-0-4)
6. Donald Audette 2 (0-0-2)
7. Benoit Brunet, Derian Hatcher 1 (0-0-1)

Lady Byng
1. Wayne Gretzky 180 (29-8-11)
2. Joe Sakic 104 (14-9-7)
3. Brian Leetch 74 (7-11-6)
4. Pierre Turgeon 59 (4-9-12)
5. Joe Mullen 46 (5-6-3)
6. Adam Oates 34 (2-4-12)
7. Brett Hull 25 (2-4-3)
8. Pat Lafontaine 19 (1-4-2)
9. Ulf Dahlen 14 (1-2-3)
10. Steve Yzerman 11 (1-1-3)
11. Dave Andreychuk, Dale Hawerchuk 9 (0-3-0)
13. Pat Falloon 8 (1-1-0)
14. Mike Gartner, Luc Robitaille 5 (1-0-0)
16. Greg Adams 4 (0-1-1)
17. Jari Kurri, Michal Pivonka, Mark Recchi 3 (0-1-0)
20. Craig Janney 2 (0-0-2)
21. Stephan Lebeau, Sergei Nemchinov, Paul Ranheim, Mike Richter 1 (0-0-1)

So this answers Reckoning's question from another thread: Dryden wasn't the only goalie nominated for the Byng, as Richter gets a third place vote.

Jack Adams
1. Pat Quinn 200 (34-8-6)
2. Roger Neilson 104 (11-13-10)
3. Pat Burns 48 (2-9-11)
4. Bryan Murray 46 (2-10-6)
5. Terry Murray 25 (0-6-7)
6. Ted Green 15 (1-2-4)
7. John Paddock 9 (0-2-3)
8. George Kingston 2 (0-0-2)
9. Bill Dineen 1 (0-0-1)

ALL-STAR TEAMS

Goalie
1. Patrick Roy 303 (54-11-0)
2. Kirk McLean 184 (10-41-11)
3. Ed Belfour 32 (0-8-8)
4. Bob Essensa 28 (0-4-16)
5. Tim Cheveldae 24 (0-0-24)
6. Don Beaupre 5 (1-0-0)
7. Mike Richter 3 (0-1-0)
8. Curtis Joseph 3 (0-0-3)
9. Grant Fuhr, Kelly Hrudey, John Vanbiesbrouck 1 (0-0-1)

Who voted that Don Beaupre was the best goalie in the league?!

Defence
1. Brian Leetch 323 (64-1-0)
2. Ray Bourque 232 (29-27-6)
3. Phil Housley 181 (17-29-9)
4. Scott Stevens 121 (9-18-22)
5. Larry Murphy 114 (6-22-18)
6. Al MacInnis 43 (0-8-19)
7. Chris Chelios 41 (3-5-11)
8. Nicklas Lidstrom 35 (1-6-12)
9. James Patrick 34 (1-6-11)
10. Kevin Hatcher 13 (0-3-4)
11. Eric Desjardins 11 (0-2-5)
12. Jyrki Lumme, Brad McCrimmon 6 (0-1-3)
14. Calle Johansson 3 (0-1-0)
15. Paul Coffey 3 (0-0-3)
16. JJ Daigneault, Mark Howe, Kevin Lowe, Zarley Zalapski 1 (0-0-1)

Centre
1. Mark Messier 233 (38-11-10)
2. Mario Lemieux 192 (20-26-14)
3. Wayne Gretzky 73 (3-10-28)
4. Jeremy Roenick 70 (4-14-8)
5. Pat Lafontaine 11 (0-2-5)
6. Steve Yzerman 6 (0-2-0)

Left Wing
1. Kevin Stevens 316 (62-2-0)
2. Luc Robitaille 151 (2-41-18)
3. Gary Roberts 96 (1-20-31)
4. Vincent Damphousse 7 (0-1-4)
5. Dave Andreychuk 7 (0-0-7)
6. Paul Ysebaert 3 (0-1-0)
7. Kirk Muller 2 (0-0-2)
8. Derek King , Claude Lemieux, Kelly Miller 1 (0-0-1)

Right Wing
1. Brett Hull 325 (65-0-0)
2. Mark Recchi 96 (0-29-9)
3. Joe Mullen 58 (0-12-22)
4. Trevor Linden 32 (0-9-5)
5. Mike Gartner 25 (0-5-10)
6. Claude Lemieux 14 (0-4-2)
7. Alexander Mogilny, Owen Nolan, Paul Ysebaert 6 (0-1-3)
10. Tony Amonte, Mike Modano 4 (0-1-1)
12. Kirk Muller 3 (0-1-0)
13. Pavel Bure 3 (0-0-3)
14. Theoren Fleury, Jaromir Jagr, Ray Sheppard 1 (0-0-1)

That's all folks...

Why did somebody vote for Clark Gillies for the all-star team's DEFENCE position in 1982? He had already been in the NHL for almost a decade, nobody has an excuse for not knowing he's a winger.


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