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09-06-2009, 05:56 AM
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Nicklas Backstrom gets a 1st place vote for Selke...really?
cleaning up behind ovechkin is a hard job

bäckström is a good two way guy ... but no, probably not the best ... yet

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09-07-2009, 01:24 PM
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ozolinsh, mironov, pronger, petrov

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1993-94 [ ... ]

CALDER: Martin Brodeur 164 (21-16-11); Jason Arnott 137 (15-18-8); Mikael Renberg 109 (9-16-16); Alexei Yashin 73 (9-4-16); Chris Osgood 1 (0-0-1); Sandis Ozolinsh 1 (0-0-1); Derek Plante 1 (0-0-1)

NORRIS: Ray Bourque 199 (26-21-6); Scott Stevens 195 (24-23-6); Al MacInnis 60 (4-6-22); Sergei Zubov 15 (0-2-9); Brian Leetch 10 (0-2-4); Chris Chelios 3 (0-0-3); Paul Coffey 1 (0-0-1); Nicklas Lidstrom 1 (0-0-1); Sandis Ozolinsh 1 (0-0-1); Larry Murphy 1 (0-0-1) [ ... ]
as for the calder trophy voting ... what's the story here? according to the 1992-93 season sandis ozolinsh played 37 games for the san jose sharks, and he should therefore not have had any eligibility for the 1993-94 calder trophy voting ... he received the same votes [one third place] for the norris according to the info above ... is the calder receiver some one else? the points total [54-54-54] is right so there should be someone there ... ?

isn't it more likely that it was boris mironov, chris pronger or oleg petrov who received that 3rd place vote, as all three placed themselves on the all-rookie team?

i'm eager to know

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as for the calder trophy voting ... what's the story here? according to the 1992-93 season sandis ozolinsh played 37 games for the san jose sharks, and he should therefore not have had any eligibility for the 1993-94 calder trophy voting ... he received the same votes [one third place] for the norris according to the info above ... is the calder receiver some one else? the points total [54-54-54] is right so there should be someone there ... ?

isn't it more likely that it was boris mironov, chris pronger or oleg petrov who received that 3rd place vote, as all three placed themselves on the all-rookie team?

i'm eager to know

The only source I have on this is the The Hockey News Yearbook, so it certainly could be wrong. I don't have the NHL Yearbook for that year, or any newspaper clips to look at to verify or correct.

The info I have from the NHL only goes to 5th place so it is of no help here, and even that is not without its own errors.

Hopefully somebody can provide another source.

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I dug out my copy of the official NHL Yearbook for that season, and it also has Ozolinsh listed as having a third place vote for the Calder.

I'm starting to wonder if maybe a writer screwed up and voted for him not knowing he was ineligible, and the accounting firm that counts the ballots didn't notice the mistake and counted it anyway.
Nice catch on this by thefifthsedin.

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1937-38
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1. Eddie Shore, Bos D 68
2. Paul Thompson, Chi LW 61
3. Earl Siebert, Mtl D 38
4. Gord Drillon, Tor RW 28
5. Neil Colville, NYR C/D 28
Something's wrong here. It is more likely that Babe Siebert finished 3rd in Hart Voting (he had won in 37). Earl also has a 2nd all-star berth in 1937-38 while Babe has a first.

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Something's wrong here. It is more likely that Babe Siebert finished 3rd in Hart Voting (he had won in 37). Earl also has a 2nd all-star berth in 1937-38 while Babe has a first.
These are the same mistakes made with the 36-37 Hart results. That mistake was corrected when noted, but nobody noticed the repeat.

This info comes from a NHL Awards Media Guide for 2004 in a pdf file, and I have no other sources for voting back that far.

Earl never played for Montreal. Earl is Seibert and not Siebert. So I'll assume that the last name and team are correct and change Earl to Babe.

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1989-90
HART: Mark Messier 227 (29-24-10); Ray Bourque 225 (29-26-2); Brett Hull 80 (4-9-33); Wayne Greztky 16 (1-2-5); Pat LaFontaine 8 (0-1-5); Patrick Roy 8 (0-1-5); Steve Yzerman 3 (0-0-3)
NORRIS: Ray Bourque 315 (63-0-0); Al MacInnis 127 (0-38-13); Doug Wilson 40 (0-7-19); Paul Coffey 33 (0-7-12); Phil Housley 32 (0-7-11); Al Iafrate 8 (0-2-2); Mike Ramsey 4 (0-1-1); Chris Chelios 3 (0-1-0); Paul Cavallini 2 (0-0-2); Craig Ludwig 1 (0-0-1); Brian Leetch 1 (0-0-1); Jamie Macoun 1 (0-0-1)
VEZINA: Patrick Roy 91 (15-5-1); Daren Puppa 59 (3-13-5); Andy Moog 26 (2-2-10); Rejean Lemelin 7 (1-0-1); Mike Liut 4 (0-1-1); Jon Casey 2 (0-0-2); Mike Richter 1 (0-0-1)
CALDER: Sergei Makarov 204 (37-5-4); Mike Modano 120 (12-17-9); Jeremy Roenick 71 (7-9-9); Rod Brind’Amour 58 (3-12-7); Mark Recchi 53 (2-11-10); Darren Turcotte 47 (2-8-13); Bob Essensa 11 (0-1-8); Vyacheslav Fetisov 1 (0-0-1); Paul Ranheim 1 (0-0-1); Dave Snuggerud 1 (0-0-1)
SELKE: Rick Meagher 105 (16-7-4); Guy Carbonneau 100 (9-14-13); Esa Tikkanen 81 (10-8-7); Craig MacTavish 38 (5-4-1); Ron Francis 32 (4-2-6); Jan Erixon 26 (4-1-3); Dave Mcllwain 23 (3-2-2); Greg Gilbert 17 (2-2-1); Doug Gilmour 15 (1-3-1); Patrik Sundstrom 15 (1-3-1); Mike McPhee 14 (0-4-2); Christian Ruuttu 12 (1-2-1); Kelly Miller 10 (1-1-2); Mark Messier 8 (1-1-0); Thomas Steen 8 (1-1-0); Kelly Kisio 5 (1-0-0); Troy Murray 5 (1-0-0); Russ Courtnall 5 (1-0-0); Dave Snuggerud 5 (1-0-0); Dale Hunter 5 (0-1-2); Joel Otto 4 (0-1-1); Steve Kasper 4 (0-1-1); Shawn Burr 4 (0-1-1); Dave Gagner 4 (0-1-1); Dave Poulin 4 (0-1-1); Cam Neely 3 (0-1-0); Wayne Greztky 3 (0-1-0); Brian Skrudland 3 (0-1-0); Stewart Gavin 1 (0-0-1); Hubie McDonough 1 (0-0-1); Colin Patterson 1 (0-0-1); John Carter 1 (0-0-1); Keith Acton 1 (0-0-1); Randy Burridge 1 (0-0-1); Brent Sutter 1 (0-0-1); Kevin Dineen 1 (0-0-1); Dirk Graham 1 (0-0-1) (One extra 2nd place vote, and three 3rd place votes missing. Point totals would be the same.)
LADY BYNG: Brett Hull 238 (42-9-1); Wayne Gretzky 79 (9-9-7); Pat LaFontaine 72 (5-12-11); Pierre Turgeon 61 (0-16-13); Joe Sakic 26 (2-3-7); Craig Janney 16 (2-2-0); Joe Mullen 10 (0-3-1); Adam Oates 10 (0-2-4); Vince Damphousse 9 (1-1-1); Joe Nieuwendyk 7 (0-2-1); Pelle Eklund 6 (1-0-1); Steve Larmer 6 (1-0-1); Doug Wilson 5 (0-1-2); Steve Yzerman 4 (0-1-1); Bernie Nicholls 3 (0-1-0); Mike Ridley 3 (0-1-0); Jari Kurri 2 (0-0-2); Bernie Federko 1 (0-0-1); Ron Francis 1 (0-0-1); Phil Housley 1 (0-0-1); Guy Lafleur 1 (0-0-1); Greg Paslawski 1 (0-0-1); Mats Naslund 1 (0-0-1); Thomas Steen 1 (0-0-1); Brian Leetch 1 (0-0-1); Luc Robitaille 1 (0-0-1); Peter Stastny 1 (0-0-1)
ADAMS: Bob Murdoch 128 (16-14-6); Mike Milbury 123 (15-14-6); Roger Neilson 28 (4-1-5); Rick Dudley 28 (1-5-8); Brian Sutter 25 (2-3-6); Mike Keenan 22 (2-3-3); Doug Carpenter 15 (2-0-5); Pat Burns 6 (0-1-3); John Cunniff 6 (0-2-0); Pierre Page 1 (0-0-1) (One 1st place vote missing.)
ALL-STAR TEAMS:
GOALTENDER: Patrick Roy 304 (59-3-0); Daren Puppa 136 (1-36-23); Andy Moog 68 (1-12-27); Mike Liut 28 (1-7-2); Jon Casey 11 (0-2-5); Rejean Lemelin 10 (1-1-2); Bill Ranford 6 (0-1-3); Mike Vernon 3 (0-1-0); Bob Essensa 1 (0-0-1)
DEFENSE: Ray Bourque 315 (62-1-0-0-0-0); Al MacInnis 257 (0-37-19-4-3-0); Paul Coffey 138 (1-10-9-11-9-14); Doug Wilson 128 (0-6-20-8-8-6); Phil Housley 120 (0-6-8-16-14-4); Al Iafrate 47 (0-1-1-10-6-3); Paul Cavallini 37 (0-2-2-4-4-5); Mike Ramsey 16 (0-0-2-2-1-3); Gary Suter 14 (0-0-0-1-3-8); Kevin Lowe 10 (0-0-0-1-5-2); Chris Chelios 9 (0-0-1-0-2-4); Kevin Hatcher 7 (0-0-0-2-1-0); Craig Ludwig 7 (0-0-1-1-1-0); Jamie Macoun 6 (0-0-0-0-3-3); Brian Leetch 6 (0-0-0-1-1-2); Alexei Kasatonov 3 (0-0-0-1-0-0); Brad McCrimmon 3 (0-0-0-1-0-0); Dave Ellett 3 (0-0-0-0-1-2); Steve Duchesne 2 (0-0-0-0-1-1); Petr Svoboda 1 (0-0-0-0-0-1); Vyacheslav Fetisov 1 (0-0-0-0-0-1); Rick Zombo 1 (0-0-0-0-0-1); Dave Manson 1 (0-0-0-0-0-1); Craig Muni 1 (0-0-0-0-0-1); Doug Crossman 1 (0-0-0-0-0-1) (That isn't 1st-6th place votes. That's 1st-1st-2nd-2nd-3rd-3rd.)
CENTER: Mark Messier 287 (54-5-2); Wayne Gretzky 173 (9-39-11); Steve Yzerman 44 (0-8-20); Mario Lemieux 37 (0-6-19); Pat LaFontaine 18 (0-5-3); Pierre Turgeon 7 (0-0-7); Adam Oates 1 (0-0-1)
RIGHT WING: Brett Hull 298 (56-6-0); Cam Neely 183 (7-48-4); Stephane Richer 37 (0-5-22); Gary Leeman 22 (0-2-16); Rick Tocchet 14 (0-1-11); Sylvain Turgeon 3 (0-1-0); Pat Verbeek 3 (0-0-3); Jari Kurri 2 (0-0-2); Steve Larmer 2 (0-0-2); Bernie Nicholls 1 (0-0-1); Sergei Makarov 1 (0-0-1); Joe Mullen 1 (0-0-1)
Left Wing: Luc Robitaille 214 (29-20-9); Brian Bellows 194 (26-19-7); Vincent Damphousse 49 (3-7-13); Dave Andreychuk 31 (2-5-6); John Ogrodnick 14 (1-1-6); Gary Roberts 12 (0-2-6); Gerard Gallant 10 (0-2-4); Geoff Courtnall 7 (0-2-1); Pat Verbeek 6 (0-1-3); Mark Messier 5 (1-0-0); Brett Hull 5 (1-0-0); Esa Tikkanen 5 (0-1-2); Kirk Muller 5 (0-1-2); Steve Larmer 3 (0-1-0); Joe Mullen 3 (0-1-0); Steve Thomas 2 (0-0-2); Shayne Corson 1 (0-0-1); Gary Leeman 1 (0-0-1)

1990-91
HART: Brett Hull 277 (44-18-3); Wayne Gretzky 220 (20-37-9); Ed Belfour 63 (2-7-32); Ray Bourque 15 (0-3-6); Steve Larmer 5 (0-1-2); Theo Fleury 5 (0-0-5); Joe Sakic 3 (0-0-3); Al MacInnis 2 (0-0-2); John MacLean 1 (0-0-1); Mark Messier 1 (0-0-1); Mark Recchi 1 (0-0-1); Rick Tocchet 1 (0-0-1)
CALDER: Ed Belfour 313 (59-6-0); Sergei Fedorov 200 (6-55-5); Ken Hodge 24 (0-2-18); Mike Richter 23 (1-1-15); Rob Blake 16 (0-2-10); Jaromir Jagr 10 (0-0-10); Mats Sundin 6 (0-0-6); Mike Ricci 2 (0-0-2)
NORRIS: Ray Bourque 257 (35-27-1); Al MacInnis 228 (27-28-9); Chris Chelios 56 (2-9-19); Brian Leetch 30 (2-0-20); Paul Coffey 8 (0-0-8); Kevin Hatcher 7 (0-1-4); Scott Stevens 6 (0-1-3); James Patrick 2 (0-0-2)
LADY BYNG: Wayne Gretzky 159 (20-17-8); Brett Hull 151 (15-22-10); Joe Sakic 90 (12-8-6); Craig Janney 51 (4-5-16); Adam Oates 43 (3-7-7); Pat Lafontaine 39 (5-4-2); Steve Yzerman 22 (2-2-6); Phil Housley 19 (3-1-1); Jan Erixon 5 (1-0-0); Mike Gartner 5 (1-0-0); Pelle Eklund 4 (0-0-4); Brian Leetch 2 (0-0-2); Russ Courtnall 1 (0-0-1); John Cullen 1 (0-0-1); Joe Nieuwendyk 1 (0-0-1); Chris Terreri 1 (0-0-1)
VEZINA: Ed Belfour 101 (19-2-0); Patrick Roy 44 (1-12-3); Mike Richter 12 (1-1-4); Kelly Hrudey 8 (0-2-2); Andy Moog 7 (0-1-4); Vincent Riendeau 4 (0-1-1); Don Beaupre 4 (0-1-1); Bill Ranford 3 (0-1-0); Chris Terreri 3 (0-0-3); Jon Casey 1 (0-0-1); Ron Tugnutt 1 (0-0-1); Mike Vernon 1 (0-0-1)
ADAMS: Brian Sutter 127 (15-14-10); Tom Webster 106 (14-9-9); Mike Keenan 68 (8-8-4); Mike Milbury 62 (5-10-7); Bob Johnson 21 (2-1-8); Pat Burns 12 (0-2-6); Paul Holmgren 5 (1-0-0); Doug Risebrough 4 (0-1-1)
SELKE: Dirk Graham 157 (21-16-4); Esa Tikkanen 133 (14-17-12); Steve Larmer 74 (10-7-3); Guy Carbonneau 33 (4-3-4); Mike McPhee 29 (4-2-3); Theo Fleury 29 (3-4-2); Kelly Miller 24 (2-4-2); Jan Erixon 21 (1-4-4); Craig MacTavish 16 (2-1-3); Bob Bassen 16 (0-5-1); Brian Skrudland 11 (1-0-6); Dave Lowry 8 (1-0-3); Doug Gilmour 7 (1-0-2); Steve Kasper 7 (1-0-2); Joel Otto 7 (0-1-4); Pelle Eklund 5 (1-0-0); Rich Sutter 4 (0-1-1); Dave Gagner 3 (0-1-0); Keith Acton 2 (0-0-2); Cam Neely 2 (0-0-2); Gaetan Duchesne 1 (0-0-1); Sergei Fedorov 1 (0-0-1); Ron Francis 1 (0-0-1); Marty McSorley 1 (0-0-1); Troy Murray 1 (0-0-1); Jeremy Roenick 1 (0-0-1)
ALL-STAR TEAMS:
GOALTENDER: Ed Belfour 328 (65-1-0); Patrick Roy 144 (1-43-0); Andy Moog 37 (0-7-16); Don Beaupre 28 (0-6-10); Mike Richter 19 (0-4-7); Kelly Hrudey 18 (0-2-12); Vincent Riendeau 10 (0-2-4); Jon Casey 4 (0-0-4); Mike Vernon 3 (0-1-0); Tim Cheveldae 1 (0-0-1); Bill Ranford 1 (0-0-1); Chris Terreri 1 (0-0-1)
DEFENSE: Ray Bourque 320 (63-1-2); Al MacInnis 306 (54-12-0); Chris Chelios 165 (10-33-16); Brian Leetch 150 (4-33-31); Paul Coffey 102 (0-28-18); Scott Stevens 59 (1-10-24); Kevin Hatcher 46 (0-9-19); Phil Housley 13 (0-1-10); Steve Duchesne 7 (0-2-1); Gary Suter 5 (0-1-2); Marty McSorley 5 (0-1-2); Uwe Krupp 3 (0-1-0); Rob Blake 1 (0-0-1); Keith Brown 1 (0-0-1); Kevin Lowe 1 (0-0-1); Mike Ramsey 1 (0-0-1); Steve Smith 1 (0-0-1); Petr Svoboda 1 (0-0-1); Zarley Zalapski 1 (0-0-1) (Leetch has 68 of 66 votes, so obviously something’s off)
CENTER: Wayne Gretzky 328 (65-1-0); Adam Oates 132 (1-36-19); Joe Sakic 61 (0-16-13); Steve Yzerman 44 (0-8-20); Jeremy Roenick 20 (0-4-8); Theo Fleury 4 (0-1-1); John Cullen 2 (0-0-2); Craig Janney 2 (0-0-2); Mark Messier 1 (0-0-1)
RIGHT WING: Brett Hull 318 (63-1-0); Cam Neely 94 (2-24-12); Theo Fleury 79 (0-21-16); Steve Larmer 54 (1-8-25); Mark Recchi 49 (0-12-13)
Left Wing: Luc Robitaille 284 (49-11-6); Kevin Stevens 159 (10-31-16); Pat Verbeek 78 (5-12-17); Esa Tikkanen 44 (2-10-4); Brian Bellows 9 (0-1-6); Petr Klima 7 (0-1-4); Dave Andreychuk 4 (0-0-4); Vincent Damphousse 3 (0-0-3); Michel Goulet 2 (0-0-2); Brendan Shanahan 2 (0-0-2); Kirk Muller 1 (0-0-1); Craig Simpson 1 (0-0-1)

1991-92
HART: Mark Messier 341 (67-2-0); Patrick Roy 105 (1-27-19); Brett Hull 49 (1-12-8); Kirk McLean 37 (0-11-4); Mario Lemieux 29 (0-7-8); Jeremy Roenick 29 (0-5-14); Steve Yzerman 10 (0-2-4); Kevin Stevens 4 (0-1-1); Doug Gilmour 3 (0-1-0); Trevor Linden 3 (0-1-0); Brian Leetch 3 (0-0-3); Scott Stevens 3 (0-0-3); Ray Bourque 1 (0-0-1); Tim Cheveldae 1 (0-0-1); Bob Essensa 1 (0-0-1); Dale Hunter 1 (0-0-1); Pat LaFontaine 1 (0-0-1)
NORRIS: Brian Leetch 335 (65-3-1); Ray Bourque 112 (3-25-22); Phil Housley 82 (0-21-19); Scott Stevens 44 (1-9-12); Larry Murphy 37 (0-9-10); Chris Chelios 8 (0-2-2); Kevin Hatcher 2 (0-0-2); Al MacInnis 1 (0-0-1)
VEZINA: Patrick Roy 95 (17-3-1); Kirk McLean 65 (5-12-1); Bob Essensa 13 (0-3-4); Ed Belfour 8 (0-2-2); Tim Cheveldae 8 (0-0-8); John Vanbiesbrouck 7 (0-1-4); Kelly Hrudey 3 (0-1-0); Chris Terreri 1 (0-0-1); Mike Richter 1 (0-0-1)
SELKE: Guy Carbonneau 160 (19-20-5); Sergei Fedorov 120 (22-3-1); Kelly Miller 70 (8-7-9); Brent Sutter 34 (1-8-5);Doug Gilmour 20 (2-3-1); Adam Graves 20 (2-3-1); Brent Gilchrist 18 (2-1-5); Steve Larmer 16 (2-2-0); Mark Messier 15 (3-0-0); Jeremy Roenick 15 (3-0-0); Craig MacTavish 15 (1-3-1); Paul Ysebaert 15 (1-3-1); Mike McPhee 13 (0-4-1); Kelly Buchberger 12 (0-1-9); Mike Ridley 10 (1-1-2); Claude Vilgrain 9 (0-2-3); Shawn Burr 8 (1-0-3); Gaetan Duchesne 8 (1-0-3); Kirk Muller 5 (0-1-2); Dirk Graham 5 (0-0-5); Doug Brown 4 (0-1-1); Dale Hunter 4 (0-1-1); Troy Murray 4 (0-1-1); Ulf Dahlen 3 (0-1-0); Claude Lemieux 3 (0-1-0); Bob Probert 3 (0-1-0); Joe Sakic 3 (0-1-0); Jan Erixon 2 (0-0-2); Bob Bassen 1 (0-0-1); Dimitri Khristich 1 (0-0-1); Ron Sutter 1 (0-0-1); Brian Propp 1 (0-0-1); Ed Olczyk 1 (0-0-1); Mike Eagles 1 (0-0-1); Mark Pederson 1 (0-0-1)
CALDER: Pavel Bure 222 (26-27-11); Nicklas Lidstrom 183 (23-16-20); Tony Amonte 183 (18-22-27); Pat Falloon 20 (1-4-3); Kevin Todd 9 (1-0-4); Donald Audette 2 (0-0-2); Benoit Brunet 1 (0-0-1); Derian Hatcher 1 (0-0-1)
LADY BYNG: Wayne Gretzky 180 (29-8-11); Joe Sakic 104 (14-9-7); Brian Leetch 74 (7-11-6); Pierre Turgeon 59 (4-9-12); Joe Mullen 46 (5-6-3); Adam Oates 34 (2-4-12); Brett Hull 25 (2-4-3); Pat Lafontaine 19 (1-4-2); Ulf Dahlen 14 (1-2-3); Steve Yzerman 11 (1-1-3); Dave Andreychuk 9 (0-3-0); Dale Hawerchuk 9 (0-3-0); Pat Falloon 8 (1-1-0); Mike Gartner 5 (1-0-0); Luc Robitaille 5 (1-0-0); Greg Adams 4 (0-1-1); Jari Kurri 3 (0-1-0); Michal Pivonka 3 (0-1-0); Mark Recchi 3 (0-1-0); Craig Janney 2 (0-0-2); Stephan Lebeau 1 (0-0-1); Sergei Nemchinov 1 (0-0-1); Paul Ranheim 1 (0-0-1); Mike Richter 1 (0-0-1)
ADAMS: Pat Quinn 200 (34-8-6); Roger Neilson 104 (11-13-10); Pat Burns 48 (2-9-11); Bryan Murray 46 (2-10-6); Terry Murray 25 (0-6-7); Ted Green 15 (1-2-4); John Paddock 9 (0-2-3); George Kingston 2 (0-0-2); Bill Dineen 1 (0-0-1)
ALL-STAR TEAMS:
GOALTENDER: Patrick Roy 303 (54-11-0); Kirk McLean 184 (10-41-11); Ed Belfour 32 (0-8-8); Bob Essensa 28 (0-4-16); Tim Cheveldae 24 (0-0-24); Don Beaupre 5 (1-0-0); Mike Richter 3 (0-1-0); Curtis Joseph 3 (0-0-3); Grant Fuhr 1 (0-0-1); Kelly Hrudey 1 (0-0-1); John Vanbiesbrouck 1 (0-0-1)
DEFENSE: Brian Leetch 323 (64-1-0); Ray Bourque 232 (29-27-6); Phil Housley 181 (17-29-9); Scott Stevens 121 (9-18-22); Larry Murphy 114 (6-22-18); Al MacInnis 43 (0-8-19); Chris Chelios 41 (3-5-11); Nicklas Lidstrom 35 (1-6-12); James Patrick 34 (1-6-11); Kevin Hatcher 13 (0-3-4); Eric Desjardins 11 (0-2-5); Jyrki Lumme 6 (0-1-3); Brad McCrimmon 6 (0-1-3); Calle Johansson 3 (0-1-0); Paul Coffey 3 (0-0-3); JJ Daigneault 1 (0-0-1); Mark Howe 1 (0-0-1); Kevin Lowe1 (0-0-1); Zarley Zalapski 1 (0-0-1)
CENTER: Mark Messier 233 (38-11-10); Mario Lemieux 192 (20-26-14); Wayne Gretzky 73 (3-10-28); Jeremy Roenick 70 (4-14-8); Pat Lafontaine 11 (0-2-5); Steve Yzerman 6 (0-2-0)
Left Wing: Kevin Stevens 316 (62-2-0); Luc Robitaille 151 (2-41-18); Gary Roberts 96 (1-20-31); Vincent Damphousse 7 (0-1-4); Dave Andreychuk 7 (0-0-7); Paul Ysebaert 3 (0-1-0); Kirk Muller 2 (0-0-2); Derek King 1 (0-0-1); Claude Lemieux 1 (0-0-1); Kelly Miller 1 (0-0-1)
RIGHT WING: Brett Hull 325 (65-0-0); Mark Recchi 96 (0-29-9); Joe Mullen 58 (0-12-22); Trevor Linden 32 (0-9-5); Mike Gartner 25 (0-5-10); Claude Lemieux 14 (0-4-2); Alexander Mogilny 6 (0-1-3); Owen Nolan 6 (0-1-3); Paul Ysebaert 6 (0-1-3); Tony Amonte 4 (0-1-1); Mike Modano 4 (0-1-1); Kirk Muller 3 (0-1-0); Pavel Bure 3 (0-0-3); Theoren Fleury 1 (0-0-1); Jaromir Jagr 1 (0-0-1); Ray Sheppard 1 (0-0-1)

1992-93
HART: Mario Lemieux 248 (49-1-0); Doug Gilmour 99 (0-29-12); Pat LaFontaine 52 (1-12-11); Adam Oates 28 (0-6-10); Pierre Turgeon 12 (0-2-6); Teemu Selanne 5 (0-0-5); Chris Chelios 3 (0-0-3); Steve Yzerman 2 (0-0-2); Eric Lindros 1 (0-0-1)
CALDER: Teemu Selanne 250 (50-0-0); Joe Juneau 75 (0-18-21); Felix Potvin 63 (0-15-18); Eric Lindros 61 (0-17-10); Vladimir Malakhov 1 (0-0-1)
NORRIS: Chris Chelios 201 (33-10-6); Ray Bourque 97 (6-19-10); Larry Murphy 93 (9-11-15); Kevin Hatcher 17 (0-5-2); Phil Housley 16 (1-2-5); Al Iafrate 10 (0-2-4); Steve Duchesne 5 (1-0-0); Gary Suter 5 (0-0-5); Paul Coffey 4 (0-1-1); Scott Stevens 1 (0-0-1); Ulf Samuelsson 1 (0-0-1)
VEZINA: Ed Belfour 94 (15-6-1); Tom Barrasso 70 (7-10-5); Curtis Joseph 27 (2-4-5); Felix Potvin 15 (0-2-9); Andy Moog 5 (0-1-2); Patrick Roy 3 (0-1-0); Tim Cheveldae 1 (0-0-1); Kay Whitmore 1 (0-0-1)
LADY BYNG: Pierre Turgeon 164 (25-13-0); Adam Oates 104 (9-17-8); Pat LaFontaine 44 (6-4-2); Joe Sakic 35 (2-7-4); Craig Janney 29 (2-2-13); Steve Yzerman 15 (1-2-4); Mario Lemieux 13 (2-1-0); Joe Mullen 8 (1-1-0); Alexander Mogilny 8 (0-1-5); Teemu Selanne 6 (1-0-1); Dave Andreychuk 5 (1-0-0); Jimmy Carson 3 (0-1-0); Mark Howe 3 (0-1-0); Mike Gartner 2 (0-0-2); Wayne Gretzky 2 (0-0-2); Joe Juneau 2 (0-0-2); Ray Bourque 1 (0-0-1); Kelly Kisio 1 (0-0-1); Jari Kurri 1 (0-0-1); Steve Larmer 1 (0-0-1); Dave Reid 1 (0-0-1); Luc Robitaille 1 (0-0-1); Geoff Sanderson 1 (0-0-1)
SELKE: Doug Gilmour 160 (27-7-4); Dave Poulin 81 (12-5-6); Joel Otto 63 (4-13-4); Sergei Fedorov 42 (2-8-8); Brent Sutter 30 (0-6-12); Ron Francis 13 (0-3-4); Dirk Graham 9 (0-2-3); Patrick Flatley 7 (0-2-1); Mike Keane 6 (1-0-1); Mike Eagles 5 (1-0-0); Steve Larmer 5 (1-0-0); Adam Oates 5 (1-0-0); Mike Ridley 5 (1-0-0); Pat LaFontaine 3 (0-1-0); Claude Lapointe 3 (0-1-0); Kirk Muller 3 (0-1-0); Gaetan Duchesne 2 (0-0-2); Benoit Hogue 1 (0-0-1); Jari Kurri 1 (0-0-1); Mark Lamb 1 (0-0-1); Craig MacTavish 1 (0-0-1); Scott Young 1 (0-0-1)
ADAMS: Pat Burns 183 (29-10-8); Brian Sutter 117 (10-20-7); Pierre Page 82 (9-11-4); Darryl Sutter 20 (1-3-6); Dave King 19 (2-1-6); Scotty Bowman 15 (1-1-7); Al Arbour 10 (0-2-4); Terry Crisp 8 (0-1-5); John Paddock 6 (0-2-0); Pat Quinn 3 (0-1-0); Bryan Murray 3 (0-0-3); Rick Bowness 1 (0-0-1); Jacques Demers 1 (0-0-1)
ALL-STAR TEAMS:
GOALTENDER: Ed Belfour, Chi 170 (24-14-8); Tom Barasso, Pit 151 (20-14-9); Felix Potvin, Tor 65 (2-13-16); Curtis Joseph, StL 36 (3-5-6); Andy Moog, Bos 20 (1-3-6); Ron Hextall, Que 5 (0-1-2); Patrick Roy, Mtl 2 (0-0-2); Grant Fuhr, Tor/Buf 1 (0-0-1)
DEFENSE: Chris Chelios, Chi 222 (40-7-1); Ray Bourque, Bos 166 (20-20-6); Larry Murphy, Pit 154 (18-19-7); Al Iafrate, Wsh 79 (7-11-11); Kevin Hatcher, Wsh 75 (4-15-10); Phil Housley, Wpg 71 (7-5-21); Paul Coffey, LA/Det 42 (2-7-11); Steve Duchesne, Que 22 (1-3-8); Scott Stevens, NJ 20 (0-5-5); Gary Suter, Cgy 18 (1-3-4); Ulf Samuelsson, Pit 14 (0-3-5); Sylvain Cote, Wsh 5 (0-1-2); Don Sweeney, Bos 3 (0-1-0); Steve Chiasson, Det 2 (0-0-2); Steve Smith, Chi 2 (0-0-2); Jeff Brown, StL 1 (0-0-1); Eric Desjardins Mtl 1 (0-0-1); Jyrki Lumme, Van 1 (0-0-1); Norm Maciver, Ott 1 (0-0-1); Mark Tinordi, Min 1 (0-0-1)
CENTER: Mario Lemieux, Pit 250 (50-0-0); Pat LaFontaine, Buf 71 (0-20-11); Doug Gilmour, Tor 67 (0-17-16); Adam Oates, Bos 35 (0-7-14); Steve Yzerman, Det 25 (0-6-7); Mike Ricci, Que 1 (0-0-1); Pierre Turgeon, Buf 1 (0-0-1)
LEFT WING: Luc Robitaille, LA 196 (29-16-3); Kevin Stevens, Pit 187 (20-29-0); Dave Andreychuk, Buf/Tor 28 (0-3-19); Joe Juneau, Bos 12 (1-0-7); Brendan Shanahan, StL 12 (0-1-9); Vincent Damphousse, Mtl 7 (0-0-7); Pavel Bure, Van 3 (0-1-0); Gary Roberts, Cgy 3 (0-0-3); Dimitri Khristich, Wsh 1 (0-0-1); Kirk Muller, Mtl 1 (0-0-1)
RIGHT WING: Teemu Selanne, Wpg 208 (36-9-1); Alexander Mogilny, Buf 143 (9-31-5); Pavel Bure, Van 32 (1-3-18); Rick Tocchet, Pit 30 (3-3-6); Mark Recchi, Phi 30 (1-3-16); Steve Larmer, Chi 3 (0-1-0); Dino Cicarelli, Det 2 (0-0-2); Jaromir Jagr, Pit 2 (0-0-2)

1993-94
HART: Sergei Fedorov 194 (31-11-6); Dominik Hasek 86 (6-15-11); John Vanbiesbrouck 74 (7-11-6); Doug Gilmour 50 (4-7-9); Patrick Roy 26 (3-3-2); Ray Bourque 18 (2-2-2); Scott Stevens 13 (1-1-5); Adam Graves 8 (0-1-5); Cam Neely 5 (0-1-2); Mike Richter 3 (0-1-0); Jeremy Roenick 3 (0-1-0); Pavel Bure 2 (0-0-2); Adam Oates 2 (0-0-2); Arturs Irbe 1 (0-0-1); Igor Larionov 1 (0-0-1)
CALDER: Martin Brodeur 164 (21-16-11); Jason Arnott 137 (15-18-8); Mikael Renberg 109 (9-16-16); Alexei Yashin 73 (9-4-16); Chris Osgood 1 (0-0-1); Sandis Ozolinsh 1 (0-0-1); Derek Plante 1 (0-0-1)
NORRIS: Ray Bourque 199 (26-21-6); Scott Stevens 195 (24-23-6); Al MacInnis 60 (4-6-22); Sergei Zubov 15 (0-2-9); Brian Leetch 10 (0-2-4); Chris Chelios 3 (0-0-3); Paul Coffey 1 (0-0-1); Nicklas Lidstrom 1 (0-0-1); Sandis Ozolinsh 1 (0-0-1); Larry Murphy 1 (0-0-1)
VEZINA: Dominik Hasek 99 (15-8-0); John Vanbiesbrouck 64 (6-10-4); Patrick Roy 34 (3-3-10); Curtis Joseph 10 (1-1-2); Arturs Irbe 9 (1-1-1); Mike Richter 8 (0-1-5); Ed Belfour 5 (0-1-2); Martin Brodeur 5 (0-1-2)
LADY BYNG: Wayne Gretzky 145 (23-7-9); Adam Oates 81 (9-9-9); Pierre Turgeon 71 (6-12-5); Sergei Fedorov 70 (10-6-2); Ray Sheppard 32 (2-6-4); Joe Sakic 19 (0-4-7); Mark Recchi 12 (1-2-1); Ray Bourque 10 (2-0-0); Sergei Zubov 9 (0-2-3); Brian Leetch 8 (1-1-0); Brett Hull 7 (0-2-1); Pavel Bure 6 (0-2-0); Mike Modano 6 (0-1-3)
SELKE: Sergei Fedorov 175 (32-6-3); Doug Gilmour 107 (8-20-7); Brian Skrudland 37 (4-3-8); Guy Carbonneau 29 (1-5-9); Adam Graves 19 (2-2-3); Ron Francis 17 (0-4-5); Igor Larionov 12 (1-2-1); Neal Broten 12 (0-3-3); Gary Roberts 11 (1-1-3); Kelly Miller 10 (2-0-0); Joel Otto 7 (1-0-2); Wayne Presley 7 (0-2-1); Steve Larmer 5 (1-0-0); Valeri Zelepukin 5 (1-0-0); Esa Tikkanen 4 (0-1-1); Rod Brind’Amour 3 (0-1-0); Gaetan Duchesne 3 (0-1-0); Patrick Flatley 3 (0-1-0); Dave Gagner 3 (0-1-0); Randy Wood 3 (0-1-1); Brent Sutter 3 (0-0-3) (4 3rd place votes missing & Randy Wood has 1 more than his point total warrants.)
ADAMS: Jacques Lemaire 202 (28-18-8); Kevin Constantine 136 (14-16-18); John Muckler 98 (12-10-8); Roger Neilson 68 (5-9-16); Mike Keenan 36 (3-5-6); Bob Gainey 21 (2-3-2); Ron Wilson 12 (1-2-1); Dave King 10 (0-2-4); Pat Burns 5 (1-0-0); Brian Sutter 3 (0-1-0); Ed Johnston 2 (0-0-2); Scott Bowman (0-0-1)
ALL-STAR TEAMS:
GOALTENDER: Dominik Hasek, Buffalo 224 (40-6-6); John Vanbiesbrouck, Florida 104 (6-20-14); Patrick Roy, Montreal 86 (7-13-12); Mike Richter, NY Rangers 42 (0-12-6); Arturs Irbe, San Jose 20 (1-2-9); Martin Brodeur, New Jersey 5 (0-1-2); Ed Belfour, Chicago 3 (0-0-3); Kelly Hrudey, LA 1 (0-0-1); Curtis Joseph, St.Louis 1 (0-0-1)
DEFENSE: Ray Bourque, Boston 262 (50-4-0); Scott Stevens, New Jersey 244 (42-11-1); Al MacInnis, Calgary 146 (8-33-7); Brian Leetch, NY Rangers 98 (3-22-17); Sergei Zubov, NY Rangers 88 (2-19-21); Chris Chelios, Chicago 64 (3-12-13); Paul Coffey, Detroit 20 (0-2-14); Larry Murphy, Pittsburgh 14 (0-1-11); Sandis Ozolinsh, San Jose 11 (0-2-5); Mathieu Schneider, Montreal 4 (0-0-4); Sylvain Cote, Washington 3 (0-1-0); Frank Musil, Calgary 3 (0-1-0); Rob Blake, LA 3 (0-0-3); Vladimir Malakhov, NY Islanders 3 (0-0-3); Derian Hatcher, Dallas 2 (0-0-2); Al Iafrate, Washington/Boston 2 (0-0-2); Bobby Dollas, Anaheim 1 (0-0-1); Garry Galley, Philadelphia 1 (0-0-1); Sylvain Lefebvre, Toronto 1 (0-0-1); Nicklas Lidstrom, Detroit 1 (0-0-1); Dave Manson, Winnipeg/Edmonton 1 (0-0-1)
CENTER: Sergei Fedorov, Detroit 223 (33-19-1); Wayne Gretzky, LA 147 (18-15-12); Doug Gilmour, Toronto 68 (3-12-17); Adam Oates, Boston 26 (0-4-14); Jeremy Roenick, Chicago 9 (0-2-3); Mike Modano, Dallas 4 (0-1-1); Geoff Sanderson, Hartford 3 (0-1-0); Eric Lindros, Philadelphia 3 (0-0-3); Igor Larionov, San Jose 1 (0-0-1); Ron Francis, Pittsburgh 1 (0-0-1); Mark Messier, NY Rangers 1 (0-0-1)
LEFT WING: Brendan Shanahan, St.Louis 157 (18-19-10); Adam Graves, NY Rangers 153 (22-12-7); Dave Andreychuk, Toronto 137 (13-20-12); Vincent Damphousse, Montreal 10 (0-1-7); Keith Tkachuk, Winnipeg 9 (0-1-6); Gary Roberts, Calgary 7 (0-1-4); Luc Robitaille, LA 6 (1-0-1); Kevin Stevens, Pittsburgh 4 (0-0-4); Keith Primeau, Detroit 1 (0-0-1); Wendel Clark, Toronto 1 (0-0-1); Valeri Zelepukin, New Jersey 1 (0-0-1)
RIGHT WING: Pavel Bure, Vancouver 218 (33-17-1); Cam Neely, Boston 136 (18-12-10); Brett Hull, St.Louis 60 (1-14-13); Mark Recchi, Philadelphia 34 (1-6-11); Jaromir Jagr, Pittsburgh 28 (1-5-8); Ray Sheppard, Detroit 9 (0-0-9); Theo Fleury, Calgary 1 (0-0-1)

1994-95
Due to conference-only play the 94-95 voting was conducted in two stages. An east/west vote gave 3 finalists, (6 for all-star defense) from each conference, which were then voted on by a committee of 15 PHWA members. The Vezina and Adams trophies are not selected by the PHWA and were handled as usual.
HART: Eric Lindros 63 (10-4-1); Jaromir Jagr 27 (2-4-5); Dominik Hasek 23 (3-2-2); Paul Coffey 15 (0-4-3); Theo Fleury 7 (0-1-4); Brett Hull 0 (0-0-0)
NORRIS: Paul Coffey 69 (12-3-0); Chris Chelios 39 (2-9-2); Ray Bourque 20 (1-1-12); Larry Murphy 7 (0-2-3); Steve Duchesne 0 (0-0-0); Brian Leetch 0 (0-0-0)
SELKE: Ron Francis 50 (7-4-3); Esa Tikkanen 46 (4-8-2); Joel Otto 23 (3-2-2); Sergei Fedorov 6 (1-0-1); Brian Skrudland 5 (0-1-2); Wayne Presley 5 (0-0-5)
CALDER: Peter Forsberg 71 (13-2-0); Jim Carey 41 (2-9-4); Paul Kariya 21 (0-4-9); Jeff Friesen 2 (0-0-2); Blaine Lacher 0 (0-0-0); David Oliver 0 (0-0-0)
LADY BYNG: Ron Francis 50 (6-6-2); Adam Oates 40 (6-3-1); Alexei Zhamnov 22 (2-3-3); Brett Hull 9 (1-0-4); Mikael Renberg 9 (0-2-3); Teemu Selanne 5 (0-1-2)
VEZINA: Dominik Hasek 104 (17-6-1); Ed Belfour 25 (2-4-3); Jim Carey 15 (1-4-8); Mike Vernon 21 (3-1-3); Ken Wregget 11 (1-2-0); John Vanbiesbrouck 11 (1-1-3); Trevor Kidd 9 (1-1-1); Martin Brodeur 7 (0-2-1); Sean Burke 7 (0-2-1); Chris Osgood 5 (0-1-2); Kelly Hrudey 3 (0-1-0); Curtis Joseph 3 (0-1-0); Glenn Healy 1 (0-0-1); Ron Hextall 1 (0-0-1); Arturs Irbe 1 (0-0-1)
ADAMS: Marc Crawford 239 (34-20-9); Scott Bowman 160 (17-21-12); Terry Murray 112 (9-16-19); Ed Johnson 31 (3-3-7); Mike Keenan 24 (2-4-2); Jim Schoenfeld 23 (3-2-2); Dave King 20 (1-3-6); Bob Gainey 5 (1-0-0); Paul Holmgren 5 (0-1-2); Roger Nielson 2 (0-0-2); Terry Crisp 2 (0-0-2); Pat Burns 1 (0-0-1); Jacques Lemaire 1 (0-0-1); Rick Ley 1 (0-0-1); Brian Sutter 1 (0-0-1); Ron Wilson 1 (0-0-1)
ALL-STAR TEAMS:
GOALTENDER: Dominik Hasek 73 (14-1-0); Ed Belfour 32 (1-8-3); Jim Carey 21 (0-5-6); Sean Burke 5 (0-0-5); Mike Vernon 3 (0-1-0); Trevor Kidd 1 (0-0-1)
DEFENSE: Paul Coffey 75 (15-0-0); Chris Chelios 65 (11-3-1); Ray Bourque 45 (2-11-2); Larry Murphy 31 (2-5-6); Eric Desjardins 24 (0-6-6); Phil Housley 11 (0-2-5); Steve Duchesne 9 (0-2-3); Brian Leetch 8 (0-1-5); Uwe Krupp 1 (0-0-1); Gary Suter 1 (0-0-1); Curtis Leschyshyn 0 (0-0-0); Al MacInnis 0 (0-0-0)
CENTER: Eric Lindros 75 (15-0-0); Alexei Zhamnov 33 (0-10-3); Ron Francis 18 (0-4-6); Joe Sakic 8 (0-1-5); Sergei Fedorov 1 (0-0-1); Joe Nieuwendyk 0 (0-0-0)
LEFT WING: John LeClair 56 (7-7-0); Keith Tkachuk 54 (7-6-1); Brendan Shanahan 10 (1-0-5); Luc Robitaille 10 (0-1-7); Wendel Clark 4 (0-1-1); Keith Primeau 1 (0-0-1)
RIGHT WING: Jaromir Jagr 71 (14-0-1); Theoren Fleury 35 (0-11-2); Brett Hull 15 (0-3-6); Peter Bondra 12 (1-1-4); Owen Nolan 1 (0-0-1); Ray Sheppard 1 (0-0-1)

1995-96
THN only gives the top 10 for the most part after the switch to 5th place voting. If anyone can give the complete results from another source, please do.
HART: Mario Lemieux 439 (34-10-5-1-1); Mark Messier 275 (10-15-10-6-2); Eric Lindros 213 (2-17-7-12-3); Jaromir Jagr 156 (5-3-10-10-5); Sergei Fedorov 68 (0-3-6-4-5); Grant Fuhr 52 (1-3-2-2-5); Joe Sakic 52 (0-0-6-5-7); Jim Carey 32 (1-0-1-5-2); Paul Kariya 28 (1-1-1-1-3); Chris Chelios 20 (0-2-1-0-1); Ray Bourque 13 (0-0-1-2-2); Martin Brodeur 9 (0-0-1-1-1); Peter Forsberg 8 (0-0-1-0-3); Keith Tkachuk 6 (0-0-0-1-3); Theo Fleury 5 (0-0-1-0-0); John LeClair 5 (0-0-1-0-0); Daren Puppa 5 (0-0-0-1-2); Steve Yzerman 4 (0-0-0-1-1); Alexander Mogilny 4 (0-0-0-1-1); Vladimir Konstantinov 3 (0-0-0-1-0); Teemu Selanne 2 (0-0-0-0-2); Peter Bondra 1 (0-0-0-0-1);Brian Leetch 1 (0-0-0-0-1); Scott Mellanby 1 (0-0-0-0-1); Chris Osgood 1 (0-0-0-0-1)
NORRIS: Chris Chelios 408 (22-19-9-3-1); Ray Bourque 403 (23-16-8-7-0); Brian Leetch 245 (6-6-23-7-7); Vladimir Konstantinov 131 (2-6-7-10-4); Paul Coffey 83 (0-4-2-12-9); Nicklas Lidstrom 54 (0-1-3-7-11); Roman Hamrlik 25 (1-0-0-3-6); Gary Suter 11 (0-0-1-0-6); Eric Desjardins 9 (0-1-0-0-2); Scott Stevens 9 (0-0-0-2-3); Teppo Numminen 7 (0-1-0-0-0); Mark Tinordi 5 (0-0-1-0-0); Sergei Zubov 5 (0-0-0-1-2); Phil Housley 3 (0-0-0-1-0); Larry Murphy 3 (0-0-0-1-0); Shawn Chambers 1 (0-0-0-0-1); Calle Johansson 1 (0-0-0-0-1); Ed Jovanovski 1 (0-0-0-0-1)
VEZINA: Jim Carey 52 (5-7-6); Chris Osgood 46 (5-6-3); Daren Puppa 34 (4-3-5); Martin Brodeur 31 (4-3-2); Ron Hextall 23 (2-3-4); Grant Fuhr 21 (2-3-2); John Vanbiesbrouck 11 (2-0-1); Dominik Hasek 9 (1-1-1); Patrick Roy 5 (1-0-0); Guy Hebert 1 (0-0-1); Bill Ranford 1 (0-0-1)
CALDER: Daniel Alfredsson 437 (27-18-8-0-1); Eric Daze 416 (22-20-10-2-0); Ed Jovanovski 213 (5-9-16-6-2); Saku Koivu 83 (0-1-7-12-5); Corey Hirsch 54 (0-3-2-5-8); Vitali Yachmenev 54 (0-0-6-6-6); Petr Sykora 50 (0-2-0-10-6); Kyle McLaren 34 (0-1-2-3-8); Marcus Ragnarsson 15 (0-0-0-3-6); Valeri Bure 13 (0-0-1-2-2); Bryan McCabe 8 (0-0-1-1-0); Miroslav Satan 8 (0-0-0-2-2); Todd Bertuzzi 7 (0-0-0-1-4); Byron Dafoe 6 (0-0-1-0-1); Mike Wilson 3 (0-0-0-1-0); Stephen Yelle 2 (0-0-0-0-2); Jason Muzzatti 1 (0-0-0-0-1)
LADY BYNG: Paul Kariya 255 (12-13-6-4-2); Adam Oates 222(10-4-17-2-3); Teemu Selanne 200 (8-8-8-7-3); Alexander Mogilny 186 (10-8-2-6-2); Joe Sakic 99 (4-6-1-3-3); Brian Leetch 73 (2-5-1-3-4); Pat Lafontaine 59 (1-2-4-4-3); Pierre Turgeon 46 (0-2-2-6-4); Ron Francis 40 (2-1-2-0-3); Nicklas Lidstrom 36 (1-1-1-3-5); Peter Forsberg 31 (1-1-2-1-1); Sergei Fedorov 16 (1-0-1-0-1); Grant Fuhr 15 (0-2-0-0-1); Igor Larionov 13 (1-0-0-1-0); Wayne Gretzky 12 (0-0-0-3-3); Mario Lemieux 10 (1-0-0-0-0); Ray Sheppard 10 (0-0-1-1-2); Steve Yzerman 9 (0-0-1-1-1); Kelly Miller 8 (0-0-1-1-0); Teppo Numminen 8 (0-0-1-1-0)
SELKE: Sergei Fedorov 356 (26-10-4-1-3); Ron Francis 255 (12-15-3-5-0); Steve Yzerman 57 (1-1-6-3-1); Vincent Damphousse 55 (1-2-3-5-1); Trevor Linden 54 (1-3-3-1-5); Claude Lemieux 45 (2-1-3-1-0); Joel Otto 42 (1-0-4-3-3); Mark Messier 32 (0-3-1-2-0); Tom Fitzgerald 31 (2-0-1-1-3); Adam Graves 31 (0-2-2-2-1); Dale Hunter 30 (2-0-0-3-1); Brent Sutter 30 (1-1-1-1-5); Rob Zamuner 29 (2-1-0-0-2); John MacLean 26 (0-3-1-0-0); Brian Skrudland 21 (0-1-1-2-3); Igor Larionov 20 (1-1-0-1-0); Dave Reid 19 (0-2-0-1-2); Keith Tkachuk 19 (0-1-1-2-1); Doug Gilmour 16 (0-1-1-1-1); Eric Lindros 15 (1-1-0-0-0)
ADAMS: Scott Bowman 243 (39-13-9); Doug MacLean 150 (17-19-8); Terry Crisp 109 (9-17-13); Mario Tremblay 28 (2-2-12); Craig Hartsburg 19 (2-2-3); Terry Murray 19 (1-2-8); Marc Crawford 19 (0-5-4); Jim Schoenfeld 17 (1-3-3); Ed Johnston 15 (1-2-4); Pierre Page 12 (0-3-3); Colin Campbell 7 (0-2-1); Ron Wilson 4 (0-1-1); Steve Kasper 3 (0-1-0); Ted Nolan 2 (0-0-2); Jacques Martin 1 (0-0-1)
ALL-STAR TEAMS:
CENTER: Mario Lemieux 256 (50-2-0); Eric Lindros 80 (2-19-13); Mark Messier 57 (1-14-10); Joe Sakic 43 (0-11-10); Peter Forsberg 19 (0-3-10); Sergei Fedorov 16 (0-3-7); Ron Francis 6 (0-1-3)
LEFT WING: Paul Kariya 188 (25-19-6); John Leclair 135 (13-16-22); Keith Tkachuk 130 (13-16-17); Brendan Shanahan 11(0-2-5); Sergei Fedorov 5 (1-0-0); Ron Francis 5 (1-0-0); Valeri Kamensky 1 (0-0-1); Keith Primeau 1 (0-0-1); Luc Robitaille 1 (0-0-1)
RIGHT WING: Jaromir Jagr 252 (49-2-1); Alexander Mogilny 109 (2-28-15); Teemu Selanne 71 (1-16-18); Theoren Fleury 23 (0-4-11); Peter Bondra 11 (0-2-5); Sergei Fedorov 5 (1-0-0); Keith Tkachuk 5 (0-1-2); Brett Hull 1 (0-0-1)
DEFENSE: Chris Chelios 239 (41-11-1); Ray Bourque 225 (34-18-1); Brian Leetch 167 (15-29-5); Vladimir Konstantinov 97 (7-18-8); Paul Coffey 71 (5-9-19); Nicklas Lidstrom55 (1-10-20); Roman Hamrlik 24 (1-2-13); Sergei Zubov 16 (1-1-8); Eric Desjardins 15 (1-1-7); Scott Stevens 15 (0-3-6); Gary Suter 9 (0-1-6); Teppo Numminen 4 (0-1-1); Sergei Gonchar 4 (0-0-4); Larry Murphy 3 (0-1-0); Mark Tinordi 3 (0-1-0); Phil Housley 2 (0-0-2); Al MacInnis 2 (0-0-2); Calle Johansson 1 (0-0-1); Derian Hatcher 1 (0-0-1); Curtis Leschyshyn 1 (0-0-1)
GOAL: Jim Carey 181 (25-17-5); Chris Osgood 88 (7-15-8); Martin Brodeur 84 (12-6-6); Ron Hextall 46 (2-7-15); Daren Puppa 44 (5-4-7); Grant Fuhr 22 (2-2-6); Dominik Hasek 8 (0-2-2); Nikolai Khabibulin 1 (0-0-1); Bill Ranford 1 (0-0-1); Patrick Roy 1 (0-0-1); John Vanbiesbrouck 1 (0-0-1)

1996-97
HART: Dominik Hasek 519 (50-2-1-0-0); Paul Kariya 239 (3-21-9-4-5); Mario Lemieux 181 (1-11-12-10-4); Martin Brodeur 115 (0-7-6-11-3); Teemu Selanne 70 (0-3-6-5-4); John Leclair 66 (0-4-5-2-7); Mike Modano 44 (0-0-3-7-8); Patrick Roy 31 (0-2-2-0-7); Eric Lindros 30 (0-2-2-1-3); Keith Tkachuk 25 (0-0-2-4-3); Peter Forsberg 17 (0-0-2-2-1); Zigmund Palffy 16 (0-1-1-1-1); Jaromir Jagr 15 (0-1-1-0-3); Joe Sakic 10 (0-0-0-3-1); Wayne Gretzky 8 (0-0-1-1-0); Brian Leetch 6 (0-0-0-2-0); Tony Amonte 5 (0-0-1-0-0); Mats Sundin 3 (0-0-0-1-0); Doug Gilmour 1 (0-0-0-0-1); Guy Hebert 1 (0-0-0-0-1); Mike Richter 1 (0-0-0-0-1); Brendan Shanahan 1 (0-0-0-0-1)
NORRIS: Brian Leetch 494 (42-8-3-1-0); Vladimir Konstantinov 178 (2-10-13-6-5); Sandis Ozolinsh 176 (2-12-9-8-3); Chris Chelios 172 (0-7-18-9-6); Scott Stevens 171 (7-8-4-7-4); Nicklas Lidstrom 60 (0-5-2-3-6); Darryl Sydor 45 (1-1-1-5-8); Ray Bourque 45 (0-2-2-4-9); Eric Desjardins 21 (0-1-0-3-5); Oleg Tverdovsky 9 (0-0-1-1-1); Bryan Berard 8 (0-0-0-2-2); Kevin Hatcher 6 (0-0-0-2-0); Sergei Zubov 5 (0-0-1-0-0); Robert Svehla 4 (0-0-0-1-1); Steve Duchesne 3 (0-0-0-1-0); Chris Pronger 3 (0-0-0-1-0); Derian Hatcher 2 (0-0-0-0-2); Sergei Gonchar 1 (0-0-0-0-1); Dmitri Mironov 1 (0-0-0-0-1)
VEZINA: Dominik Hasek 120 (22-3-1); Martin Brodeur 73 (3-18-4); Patrick Roy 25 (1-3-11); Guy Hebert 10 (0-2-4); Curtis Joseph 2 (0-0-2); Mike Richter 2 (0-0-2); Andy Moog 1 (0-0-1); John Vanbiesbrouck 1 (0-0-1)
CALDER: Bryan Berard 501 (43-9-1-1-0); Jarome Iginla 372 (8-36-7-1-2); Jim Campbell 173 (2-2-17-15-9); Janna Niinimaa 138 (0-4-14-9-13); Patrick Lalime 66 (0-2-4-8-8); Wade Redden 45 (1-0-4-3-6); Sergei Berezin 34 (0-1-2-5-2); Mike Grier 28 (0-0-2-4-6); Steve Sullivan 11 (0-0-1-1-3); Jamie Langenbrunner 11 (0-0-0-3-2); Ethan Moreau 6 (0-0-0-2-0); Mike Dunham 5 (0-0-1-0-0); Dan McGillis 5 (0-0-1-0-0); Andreas Dackell 3 (0-0-0-1-0); Denis Pederson 3 (0-0-0-1-0); Steve Guolla 1 (0-0-0-0-1); Jonas Hoglund 1 (0-0-0-0-1); Aaron Miller 1 (0-0-0-0-1)
LADY BYNG: Paul Kariya 492 (43-7-2-1-0); Teemu Selanne 119 (2-9-4-5-1); Adam Oates 110 (0-7-7-6-8); Ron Francis 103 (0-6-6-9-4); Wayne Gretzky 83 (0-4-7-5-5); Brett Hull 71 (0-3-7-3-6); Joe Sakic 70 (1-7-1-2-0); Pierre Turgeon 70 (1-2-4-8-2); Brian Leetch 54 (0-2-6-3-1); Ray Bourque 48 (3-0-1-3-4); Mario Lemieux 36 (2-1-1-1-1); Ray Sheppard 33 (0-3-0-3-3); Jere Lehtinen 21 (0-1-1-1-6); Nicklas Lidstrom 16 (1-0-0-1-3); Mark Messier 10 (1-0-0-0-0)
SELKE: Michael Peca 284 (20-4-6-8-2); Peter Forsberg 141 (9-4-2-3-4); Jere Lehtinen 118 (1-9-6-4-3); Mike Modano 99 (3-6-4-2-1); Joel Otto 94 (2-3-4-8-9); Niklas Sundstrom 91 (1-4-7-6-0); Rob Zamuner 83 (4-3-4-0-2); Ron Francis 72 (2-2-6-2-2); Sergei Fedorov 71 (2-3-2-5-5); John MacLean 39 (2-2-0-1-2); Dave Andreychuk 34 (0-3-1-2-2); John LeClair 28 (0-1-3-2-0); Dale Hunter 27 (1-2-0-1-0); Doug Gilmour 25 (1-2-0-0-1); Eric Lindros 23 (2-0-0-1-0); Steve Yzerman 20 (2-0-0-0-0); Mario Lemieux 17 (1-1-0-0-0); Mark Messier 17 (1-1-0-0-0); Tom Fitzgerald 14 (0-1-0-2-1); Adam Oates 10 (0-0-2-0-0)
ADAMS: Ted Nolan 307 (39-34-10); Ken Hitchcock 300 (38-32-14); Jacques Martin 82 (5-11-24); Jacques Lemaire 36 (2-5-11); Marc Crawford 30 (2-3-11); Ron Wilson 18 (1-2-7); Ron Low 7 (0-0-7); Rick Bowness 1 (0-0-1); Terry Murray 1 (0-0-1); Larry Robinson 1 (0-0-1)
ALL-STAR TEAMS:
CENTER: Mario Lemieux 256 (50-2-0); Wayne Gretzky 65 (1-16-12); Peter Forsberg 58 (0-16-10); Mike Modano 54 (1-11-16); Eric Lindros 25 (1-5-5); Mats Sundin 14 (0-2-8); Joe Sakic 3 (0-1-0); Ron Francis 1 (0-0-1); Pierre Turgeon 1 (0-0-1)
LEFT WING: Paul Kariya 225 (36-14-3); John Leclair 152 (13-25-12); Keith Tkachuk 63 (3-10-18); Brendan Shanahan 31 (0-4-19); Mario Lemieux 5 (1-0-0); Ryan Smyth 1 (0-0-1)
RIGHT WING: Teemu Selanne 251 (46-7-0); Jaromir Jagr 158 (6-41-5); Ziggy Palffy 47 (1-2-36); Tony Amonte 10 (0-1-7); Peter Bondra 5 (0-1-2); John LeClair 4 (0-1-1); Adam Deadmarsh 1 (0-0-1); Mark Recchi 1 (0-0-1)
DEFENSE: Brian Leetch 252 (49-2-1); Sandis Ozolinsh 166 (19-22-5); Chris Chelios 125 (10-21-12); Scott Stevens 102 (12-12-6); Vladimir Konstantinov 98 (8-17-7); Nicklas Lidstrom 49 (2-9-12); Ray Bourque 44 (1-8-15); Darryl Sydor 35 (2-5-10); Kevin Hatcher 15 (1-2-4); Eric Desjardins 14 (0-2-8); Derian Hatcher 10 (1-1-2); Steve Duchesne 9 (1-1-1); Oleg Tverdovsky 7 (0-1-4); Bryan Berard 6 (0-1-3); Chris Pronger 4 (0-1-1); Dmitri Mironov 4 (0-0-4); Robert Svehla 4 (0-0-4); Sylvain Lefebvre 3 (0-1-0); Sergei Zubov 2 (0-0-2); Paul Coffey 1 (0-0-1); Adam Foote 1 (0-0-1); Garry Galley 1 (0-0-1); Sergei Gonchar 1 (0-0-1); Mark Tinordi 1 (0-0-1)
GOAL: Dominik Hasek 237 (40-12-1); Martin Brodeur 174 (13-35-4); Patrick Roy 47 (0-5-32); John Vanbiesbrouck 4 (0-1-1); Jeff Hackett 4 (0-0-4); Guy Hebert 4 (0-0-4); Andy Moog 4 (0-0-4); Curtis Joseph 1 (0-0-1); Nikolai Khabibulin 1 (0-0-1); Mike Richter 1 (0-0-1)

1997-98
HART: Dominik Hasek 499 (43-7-4-0-0); Jaromir Jagr 308 (4-25-16-4-1); Teemu Selanne 247 (5-14-16-4-7); Martin Brodeur 115 (1-5-7-8-11); Wayne Gretzky 46 (1-0-1-9-4); Peter Bondra 40 (0-1-3-5-3); John LeClair 34 (0-0-3-5-4); Peter Forsberg 26 (0-0-0-7-5); Jason Allison 18 (0-1-1-1-3); Rob Blake 17 (0-0-1-2-5); Olaf Kolzig 8 (0-0-1-1-0); Byron Dafoe 7 (0-1-0-0-0); Joe Nieuwendyk 7 (0-0-1-0-2); Nicklas Lidstrom 7 (0-0-0-2-1); Ron Francis 6 (0-0-0-2-0); Chris Pronger 6 (0-0-0-2-0); Ed Belfour 6 (0-0-0-1-3); Tom Barrasso 3 (0-0-0-1-0); Steve Yzerman 2 (0-0-0-0-2); Bobby Holik 1 (0-0-0-0-1); Curtis Joseph 1 (0-0-0-0-1)
NORRIS: Rob Blake 401 (27-12-8-2-1); Nicklas Lidstrom 369 (15-22-10-5-0); Chris Pronger 316 (8-15-23-5-1); Scott Stevens 84 (3-2-2-9-3); Scott Niedermayer 58 (0-0-3-10-13); Larry Murphy 47 (1-0-3-5-7); Ray Bourque 37 (0-1-3-2-9); Al MacInnis 26 (0-1-1-4-2); Sergei Zubov 22 (0-1-0-3-6); Teppo Numminen 22 (0-0-1-3-8); Darryl Sydor 6 (0-0-0-2-0); Chris Chelios 3 (0-0-0-1-0); Kenny Jonsson 3 (0-0-0-1-0); Darius Kasparaitis 3 (0-0-0-1-0); Alexei Zhitnik 3 (0-0-0-1-0); Eric Desjardins 1 (0-0-0-0-1); Kevin Hatcher 1 (0-0-0-0-1); Calle Johansson 1 (0-0-0-0-1); Boris Mironov 1 (0-0-0-0-1)
VEZINA: Dominik Hasek 126 (24-2-0); Martin Brodeur 57 (2-14-5); Tom Barrasso 26 (0-7-5); Ed Belfour 10 (0-1-7); Patrick Roy 5 (0-1-2); Olie Kolzig 5 (0-0-5); Chris Osgood 3 (0-1-0); Byron Dafoe 1 (0-0-1); Mike Vernon 1 (0-0-1)
CALDER: Sergei Samsonov 503 (49-9-2-0-0); Mattias Ohlund 308 (11-18-10-7-1); Patrik Elias 206 (0-13-15-12-4); Mike Johnson 172 (0-6-14-16-12); Derek Morris 99 (0-4-7-9-9); Patrick Marleau 62 (0-3-2-6-13); Richard Zednik 20 (0-1-1-2-2); Marco Sturm 13 (0-0-2-0-3); Anders Eriksson 6 (0-0-0-1-3); Kevin Hodson 5 (0-0-1-0-0); Jamie Storr 4 (0-0-0-1-1); Magnus Arvedson 1 (0-0-0-0-1); Per-Johan Axelsson 1 (0-0-0-0-1); Chris Phillips 1 (0-0-0-0-1); Peter Skudra 1 (0-0-0-0-1); Sheldon Souray 1 (0-0-0-0-1); Andrei Zyuzin 1 (0-0-0-0-1)
LADY BYNG: Ron Francis 352 (20-12-11-4-1); Teemu Selanne 288 (10-19-7-6-2); Wayne Gretzky 246 (9-9-14-5-8); Nicklas Lidstrom 119 (6-3-5-2-7); Alexei Yashin 94 (2-5-4-5-4); Adam Oates 39 (1-0-2-5-4); Joe Nieuwendyk 38 (1-1-2-3-2); Pierre Turgeon 24 (1-0-0-3-5); Sami Kapanen 24 (1-1-1-0-2); Ray Bourque 18 (0-0-3-1-0); Zigmund Palffy 17 (1-0-0-2-1); John LeClair 15 (0-0-0-4-3); Brett Hull 14 (0-1-0-2-1); Scott Niedermayer 14 (0-0-2-1-1); Igor Kravchuk 13 (1-0-0-1-0)
SELKE: Jere Lehtinen 328 (18-13-9-3-3); Michael Peca 297 (9-13-18-8-2); Craig Conroy 200 (12-6-5-3-4); Ron Francis 96 (2-4-6-6-0); Bobby Holik 85 (6-2-1-1-3); Peter Forsberg 61 (1-3-2-5-5); Bob Carpenter 36 (2-1-1-1-1); Keith Primeau 34 (2-0-1-2-3); Steve Yzerman 33 (0-4-1-0-0); Igor Larionov 23 (1-1-0-2-0); Randy McKay 23 (1-1-0-1-3); Doug Brown 22 (0-2-0-2-2); Rod Brind’Amour 19 (0-1-1-2-1); Niklas Sundstrom 18 (0-0-1-3-4); Jason Allison 16 (0-1-1-1-1); Mike Modano 13 (0-1-1-0-1); Bob Corkum 13 (0-0-2-1-0); Jeff Friesen 11 (0-0-1-1-3); Adam Oates 10 (0-1-0-1-0); Tim Taylor 7 (0-0-0-2-1)
ADAMS: Pat Burns 306 (48-20-6); Larry Robinson 149 (10-27-18); Ken Hitchcock 123 (17-10-8); Joel Quenneville 80 (4-13-21); Kevin Constantine 61 (3-10-16); Jacques Lemaire 26 (2-3-7); Scotty Bowman 23 (2-3-4); Lindy Ruff 7 (1-0-2); Jacques Martin 4 (0-1-1); Darryl Sutter 3 (0-0-3); Alain Vigneault 1 (0-0-1)
ALL-STAR TEAMS:
CENTER: Peter Forsberg 195 (32-9-8); Wayne Gretzky 130 (11-21-12); Ron Francis 87 (7-12-16); Jason Allison 27 (3-1-9); Joe Nieuwendyk 11 (0-3-2); Bobby Holik 7 (0-2-1); Mike Modano 6 (0-2-0); Mats Sundin 6 (0-2-0); Eric Lindros 4 (0-1-1); Keith Primeau 1 (0-0-1); Adam Oates 1 (0-0-1); Steve Yzerman 1 (0-0-1)
LEFT WING: John LeClair 257 (50-2-1); Keith Tkachuk 101 (0-29-14); Rod Brind’Amour 49 (0-12-13); Brendan Shanahan 22 (2-1-9); Valeri Kamensky 10 (0-3-1); Jeff Friesen 10 (0-2-4); Ray Whitney 7 (0-1-4); Geoff Courtnall 7 (0-0-7); Jaromir Jagr 5 (1-0-0); Peter Bondra 3 (0-1-0); Theoren Fleury 3 (0-1-0); Zigmund Palffy 3 (0-1-0)
RIGHT WING: Jaromir Jagr 202 (29-18-3); Teemu Selanne 195 (22-27-4); Pavel Bure 43 (1-6-20); Peter Bondra 32 (1-2-21); Ziggy Palffy 5 (0-0-5)
DEFENSE: Nicklas Lidstrom 237 (40-12-1); Rob Blake 221 (39-8-2); Chris Pronger 158 (19-20-3); Scott Niedermayer 74 (1-19-12); Scott Stevens 52 (4-9-5); Ray Bourque 40 (0-7-19); Larry Murphy 33 (1-5-13); Sergei Zubov 33 (0-8-9); Al MacInnis 28 (1-5-8); Teppo Numminen 27 (1-4-10); Steve Duchesne 11 (0-1-8); Chris Chelios 10 (0-3-1); Darryl Sydor 8 (0-2-2); Sandis Ozolinsh 5 (0-0-5); Derian Hatcher 4 (0-1-1); Kevin Hatcher 3 (0-1-0); Uwe Krupp 3 (0-1-0); Alexei Zhitnik 3 (0-0-3); Boris Mironov 2 (0-0-2); Calle Johnasson 1 (0-0-1); Kenny Jonsson 1 (0-0-1)
GOALTENDER: Dominik Hasek 259 (50-3-0); Martin Brodeur 159 (3-47-3); Ed Belfour 40 (0-2-34); Tom Barrasso 15 (0-1-12); Olie Kolzig 3 (0-0-3); Patrick Roy 1 (0-0-1)

1998-99
HART: Jaromir Jagr 543 (51-4-1-0-0); Alexei Yashin 226 (0-23-9-5-5); Dominik Hasek 172 (4-10-8-5-7); Curtis Joseph 118 (1-5-10-7-2); Teemu Selanne 111 (0-3-14-5-5); Eric Lindros 77 (0-4-5-6-6); Peter Forsberg 61 (0-3-4-5-5); Paul Kariya 48 (0-2-2-6-6); Byron Dafoe 40 (0-1-1-7-7); Al MacInnis 24 (0-1-1-3-3); Mike Modano 13 (0-0-0-3-4); Pavol Demitra 7 (0-0-0-2-1); Steve Yzerman 7 (0-0-1-0-2); Ron Tugnutt 4 (0-0-0-1-1); Joe Sakic 3 (0-0-0-1-0); Martin Brodeur 1 (0-0-0-0-1); Mats Sundin 1 (0-0-0-0-1)
NORRIS: Al MacInnis 548 (54-0-1-1-0); Nicklas Lidstrom 234 (0-21-9-13-3); Ray Bourque 157 (0-9-12-8-10); Chris Pronger 107 (1-5-9-3-8); Eric Desjardins 91 (0-6-4-6-11); Scott Stevens 55 (0-3-4-4-2); Derian Hatcher 53 (0-4-3-24); Brian Leetch 49 (0-2-3-5-5); Fredrik Olausson 48 (0-1-5-4-4); Phil Housley 40 (1-2-1-3-2); Larry Murphy 21 (0-1-1-3-0); Scott Niedermayer 18 (0-2-0-1-1); Sergei Zubov 12 (0-0-1-2-1); Aleksander Karpovtsev 6 (0-0-1-0-1); Adam Foote 5 (0-0-1-0-0); Darryl Sydor 5 (0-0-1-0-0); Rob Blake 4 (0-0-0-1-1); Chris Chelios 1 (0-0-0-0-1); Darryl Shannon 1 (0-0-0-0-1)
VEZINA: Dominik Hasek 73 (8-10-3); Curtis Joseph 64 (10-4-2); Byron Dafoe 58 (8-4-6); Martin Brodeur 17 (1-1-9); Ron Tugnutt 13 (0-4-1); Guy Hebert 7 (0-2-1); Ed Belfour 5 (0-1-2); Arturs Irbe 1 (0-0-1); Patrick Roy 1 (0-0-1)
CALDER: Chris Drury 448 (32-15-2-4-1); Marian Hossa 269 (12-9-11-8-7); Milan Hejduk 184 (4-11-8-6-9); Mark Parrish 168 (5-5-11-6-10); Brendan Morrison 163 (1-5-15-12-7); Jan Hrdina 55 (1-5-0-1-7); Bill Muckalt 47 (0-3-1-6-3); Tom Poti 32 (0-2-1-3-4); Sami Salo 19 (0-0-1-4-2); Alexander Korolyuk 16 (0-1-1-1-1); Pavel Kubina 14 (0-0-2-1-1); Peter Skudra 13 (1-0-0-1-0); Tomas Vokoun 9 (0-0-1-1-1); Vincent Lecavalier 8 (0-0-0-2-2); Tomas Kaberle 6 (0-0-1-0-1); Daniil Markov 5 (0-0-1-0-0)
LADY BYNG: Wayne Gretzky 268 (20-7-2-2-3); Nicklas Lidstrom 233 (13-10-3-5-3); Teemu Selanne 222 (9-12-6-5-3); Pavol Demitra 216 (7-8-13-6-7); Joe Sakic 126 (1-6-12-4-2); Paul Kariya 88 (4-1-5-4-4); John LeClair 51 (2-1-3-3-0); Petr Sykora 35 (0-1-3-4-1); Ray Bourque 25 (0-2-1-1-3); Ray Whitney 23 (0-1-1-3-2); Sami Kapanen 18 (0-1-1-2-0); Jere Lehtinen 15 (0-0-2-1-2)
A total of 40 players received votes for Byng.
SELKE: Jere Lehtinen 393 (23-16-7-5-1); Magnus Arvedson 311 (19-9-7-6-5); Michael Peca 286 (11-12-16-3-3); Steve Yzerman 44 (1-1-2-4-5); Curtis Brown 38 (1-1-3-2-0); Craig Conroy 38 (0-3-1-3-3); Steve Rucchin 31 (0-3-1-1-2); Peter Forsberg 30 (0-0-2-6-2); Rod Brind’Amour 29 (0-1-1-5-2); Scott Pellerin 28 (0-2-1-2-3); Brian Rolston 28 (0-0-4-2-2); Mike Ricci 27 (0-1-3-1-2); Mike Modano 27 (0-1-1-4-3); Eric Lindros 18 (1-1-0-0-1); Bobby Holik 18 (0-2-0-1-1); Per-Johan Axelsson 12 (0-1-0-1-2)
A total of 42 players received votes for Selke.
ADAMS: Jacques Martin 270 (43-16-7); Pat Quinn 176 (18-24-14); Ken Hitchcock 108 (7-20-13) Pat Burns 33 (0-8-9); Kevin Constantine 31 (3-2-10); Robbie Ftorek 24 (2-2-8); Barry Trotz 8 (0-1-5); Brian Sutter 6 (1-0-1); Craig Hartsburg 6 (0-1-3); Scotty Bowman 5 (0-1-2); Darryl Sutter 5 (0-1-2); Bob Hartley 2 (0-0-2); Joel Quenneville 1 (0-0-1)
ALL-STAR TEAMS:
CENTER: Peter Forsberg 187 (27-14-0); Alexei Yashin 157 (18-18-13); Eric Lindros 101 (5-18-22); Joe Sakic 33 (3-3-9); Mike Modano 14 (1-3-0); Jaromir jagr 5 (1-0-0); Steve Yzerman 5 (1-0-0); Martin Straka 2 (0-0-2)
LEFT WING: Paul Kariya 260 (47-8-1); John LeClair 172 (9-40-7); Pavol Demitra 23 (0-4-11); Luc Robitaille 20 (0-1-17); Keith Tkachuk 13 (0-0-13); Miroslav Satan 6 (0-2-0); Peter Forsberg 3 (0-1-0); Adam Graves 2 (0-0-2); Steve Thomas 2 (0-0-2); Rod Brind’Amour 1 (0-0-1); Brian Rolston 1 (0-0-1); Brendan Shanahan 1 (0-0-1)
RIGHT WING: Jaromir Jagr 268 (53-1-0); Teemu Selanne 168 (3-50-3); Theoren Fleury 48 (0-4-36); Tony Amonte 13 (0-1-10); Pavol Demitra 5 (0-0-5); Dmitri Khristich 1 (0-0-1); Jere Lehtinen 1 (0-0-1)
DEFENSE: Al MacInnis 280 (56-0-0); Nicklas Lidstrom 154 (18-19-7); Ray Bourque 107 (10-13-18); Eric Desjardins 81 (6-13-12); Chris Pronger 70 (6-9-13); Larry Murphy 50 (3-9-8); Scott Stevens 46 (5-5-6); Brian Leetch 42 (2-9-5); Fredrik Olausson 42 (2-6-14); Phil Housley 41 (1-9-9); Derian Hatcher 30 (2-6-2); Scott Niedermayer 27 (1-7-1); Sergei Zubov 8 (0-1-5); Adam Foote 7 (0-2-1); Aleksander Karpovtsev 7 (0-2-1); Rob Blake 3 (0-1-0); Sergei Gonchar 3 (0-1-0); Kevin Hatcher 2 (0-0-2); Darryl Sydor 2 (0-0-2); Teppo Numminen 2 (0-0-2); Chris Chelios 1 (0-0-1); Mattias Norstrom 1 (0-0-1); Wade Redden 1 (0-0-1); Darryl Shannon 1 (0-0-1)
GOALTENDER: Dominik Hasek 220 (35-13-6); Byron Dafoe 121 (10-19-14); Ron Tugnutt 52 (2-11-9); Curtis Joseph 46 (6-3-7); Ed Belfour 36 (0-8-12); Martin Brodeur 21 (3-0-6); Arturs Irbe 4 (0-1-1); Patrick Roy 4 (0-1-1)
I dont get this, why wasnt peter forsberg a hart trophy finalist in 1998? He was better offensively and defensively than Selanne that year and his team was first in thier division. Hart trophy voting has serious flaws.

Pavel Bure gets no votes because he was 1 dimensional yet his wannabe, Peter Bondra got votes. John leclair, Jason Allison and Nieuwendyk all got votes despite Bure outpointing them. Yeah real logic with hart trophy voting.

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Lidstrom has never won Lady Byng? I would've really expect him if anyone to have one by now. Seems like he was a runner-up for a couple of years though.

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HART: (417)
1. Howie Morenz, Mtl C 131
2. Roy Worters, Pit G 91
3. Eddie Shore, Bos D 84
4. George Hay, Det LW 73
5. Ching Johnson, NYR D 38
i ran across a may 28, 1928 NYT article which has different votes for '28 hart.

it has johnson at 31 and nighbor at 28.



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Lidstrom has never won Lady Byng? I would've really expect him if anyone to have one by now. Seems like he was a runner-up for a couple of years though.
he should have won the byng about 10 times.

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Wow, can you imagine how good Nighbor had to be defensively if he was 6th in Hart voting with 13 points in 42 games?

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Hey guys,

I ran across a very interesting tidbit while researching Bill Quackenbush on the Globe and Mail.

Apparently, the NHL Managers listed the All Star Team for 1943-44, but they also listed a "third line", "outstanding rookie" and "honorable mentions". Here you go:

Third line: Carl Liscombe - Clint Smith - Joe Carveth
Outstanding rookie: Gus Bodnar

Honorable Mentions

Goal: Mike Karakas
Defense: Flash Hollett, Jack Crawford, Bill Quackenbush
Center: Phil Watson, Syd Howe
Right Wing: Maurice Richard, Bryan Hextall
Left Wing: Syd Howe

I think this is as close to the third and up ASTs as you'll get short of having the actual voting.

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One interesting thing about that list: Syd Howe listed at 2 positions. It's said that Howe played a lot in different positions during a season. That year, he likely played a lot of both LW and C, and it seems that this is the closest we'll get to seeing him credited for such a thing. I think that's great for Syd Howe. He's already underrated enough as is, and this just finally gives him credit for his work at multiple positions.

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Are you guys missing anything? I can probably get most any results you need. Will not be able to link most but can copy and paste. Many are personal archives for a that I've assembled from various newspapers from copying and pasting with the full article.

Here's one, so if you guys are searching for anything let me know.

Tuesday, April 8, 1930 The Lethbridge Herald

Nels Stewart And
Frank Boucher Win
Hockey Trophies


Hart Cup to Maroon Star and
Lady Byng Cup to
New Yorker

MONTREAL, April 7. — As postclimax
to the National Hockey Leaguo
and Stanley Cup season, announcement
was made last night as to the
annual awards of the league's principal
Individual trophies. These are the
Dr. David A. Hart trophy and Lady
Byng trophy, warded the players
chosen as being the cleanest and most
gentlemanly, and at the same time effective.
Both trophies are awarded
thrmish votes by sports writes In the
various cities of the circuit.
Nels Stewart, heavy-shooting centre-
Ice player of the Montreal Maroons, is
winner of the Hart trophy, and Prank
Boucher, centre-Ice player of New
York Rangers, wins the Lady Byng
award. Both of these are previous
holders of the awards made them this
year. In his first season in professional
hockey, In 1925-26, when Maroons
were champions of the world,
Stewart won the signal honor of being
chosen the most useful player of his
club.
Voting on the two trophies was
done by two sports writers In each city
on the circuit, ten votes being given
for a first-place vote, nine lor second,
and so on down the list.

The result of the voting by points
was as follows: Nels Stewart, Maroons,
304 points; Lionel Hltchman, Boston,
94; .Ralph Weiland, Boston, 79; Prank
Clancy, Ottawa. 77; Frank Boucher,
New York Rangers, 75; Norman Himes,
New York Americans, 70; Howie Morenz,
Camdiens, and Chas. Gardiner,
Chicago, tied, 60.

Voting lor the Lady Byng trophy,
among the leaders, was as follows:
Prank Boucher. New York Rangers,
127; Norman Himes, New York Americans,
108; Ralph Weiland, Boston. 82;
Harold Darragh. Pittsburgh, 81; Geo.
Hay. Detroit, 73.

Voting for these awards was done
In the closing stages of the race. At
that point, Stewart was leading the
point-makers and goal scorers in the
Canadian section. Performances in
the Stanley Cup games are, obviously,
not taken Into account.



All are copy and pasted straight from the paper, so spelling errors are straight from the paper itself also or mostly errors in the copy and paste transfer, most have been fixed but not all. Probably have most years, just never got it totally organized yet. Like to see a full database so let me know if I can help.


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Are you guys missing anything? I can probably get most any results you need. Will not be able to link most but can copy and paste. Many are personal archives for a that I've assembled from various newspapers from copying and pasting with the full article.

The result of the voting by points
was as follows: Nels Stewart, Maroons,
304 points; Lionel Hltchman, Boston,
94; .Ralph Weiland, Boston, 79; Prank
Clancy, Ottawa. 77; Frank Boucher,
New York Rangers, 75; Norman Himes,
New York Americans, 70; Howie Morenz,
Camdiens, and Chas. Gardiner,
Chicago, tied, 60.

Voting lor the Lady Byng trophy,
among the leaders, was as follows:
Prank Boucher. New York Rangers,
127; Norman Himes, New York Americans,
108; Ralph Weiland, Boston. 82;
Harold Darragh. Pittsburgh, 81; Geo.
Hay. Detroit, 73.



All are copy and pasted straight from the paper, so spelling errors are straight from the paper itself also or mostly errors in the copy and paste transfer, most have been fixed but not all. Probably have most years, just never got it totally organized yet. Like to see a full database so let me know if I can help.
See the first post on the first page for a partial list of errors/missing info that you can help with.

This is what we had for what you posted.

1929-30
HART: (426)
1. Nels Stewart, Mtl M C 101
2. Lionel Hitchman, Bos D 94
3. Cooney Weiland, Bos C 79
4. King Clancy, Tor D 77
5. Frank Boucher, NYR C 75
LADY BYNG: (466)
1. Frank Boucher, NYR C 127
2. Normie Himes, NYA C 103
3. Cooney Weiland, Bos C 82
4. Harold Darragh, Pit LW 81
5. George Hay, Det LW 73

The article goes 3 names further for Hart voting, but has just the same top 5 for the Lady Byng.

The 304 points for Stewart in Hart voting is obviously wrong as with 2 votes for each of the 10 teams, and 10 points for a 1st place vote, the max would be 200, or 180 if it is 2 votes per city as it says in the article.

It still leaves us with only a partial voting result, so Himes could have either 103 or 108 points, as Stewart could have 104, but not 304.

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See the first post on the first page for a partial list of errors/missing info that you can help with.

This is what we had for what you posted.

1929-30
HART: (426)
1. Nels Stewart, Mtl M C 101
2. Lionel Hitchman, Bos D 94
3. Cooney Weiland, Bos C 79
4. King Clancy, Tor D 77
5. Frank Boucher, NYR C 75
LADY BYNG: (466)
1. Frank Boucher, NYR C 127
2. Normie Himes, NYA C 103
3. Cooney Weiland, Bos C 82
4. Harold Darragh, Pit LW 81
5. George Hay, Det LW 73

The article goes 3 names further for Hart voting, but has just the same top 5 for the Lady Byng.

The 304 points for Stewart in Hart voting is obviously wrong as with 2 votes for each of the 10 teams, and 10 points for a 1st place vote, the max would be 200, or 180 if it is 2 votes per city as it says in the article.

It still leaves us with only a partial voting result, so Himes could have either 103 or 108 points, as Stewart could have 104, but not 304.
You are correct, missed that one, double checked my scan it should be 104 for Stewart. Double checked the others, they are correct from this Lethbridge article. i think I have a Winnipeg one from the same year may go deeper for the Byng and can double check all from it.

The result of the voting by points
was as follows:

Nels Stewart, Maroons,
104 points; Lionel Hltchman, Boston,
94; .Ralph Weiland, Boston, 79; Prank
Clancy, Ottawa. 77; Frank Boucher,
New York Rangers, 75; Norman Himes,
New York Americans, 70; Howie Morenz,
Camdiens, and Chas. Gardiner,
Chicago, tied, 60.

Voting lor the Lady Byng trophy,
among the leaders, was as follows:
Frank Boucher. New York Rangers,
127; Norman Himes, New York Americans,
108; Ralph Weiland, Boston. 82;
Harold Darragh. Pittsburgh, 81; Gco.
Hay. Detroit, 73.


Hold on the Syracuse paper has Stewart at 101, which matches your original, and the rest the same. They also have Weiland as 90 for the Byng not 82 and Himes at 103 not 108.

See if I can dig up a third source.


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Can't remember where I got it, but I already had those three extra names for 1930 Hart voting in my files.

jarek: nice work digging the 1944 stuff up. What a coincidence that you found Syd Howe being recognized at two positions when that was recently the hot topic in this section.

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This is the Winnipeg paper:

Manitoba Free Press Monday, April 7, 1930

Hart Trophy

The result of, the voting by points
was- as follows;:—Nels, Stewart,
Maroons, 101
points; Lionel Hitchman, 94; . Weiland.
Boston, 79; Clancy,
77: Frank Boucher, New York Rangrs,
75; Norman Himes, New York
Amerlcans. 70; Howe Morenz,
and. Charles Gardiner
Chicago, tied, 60.


Lady Byng

Boucher,127; Himes,108;
Weiland, 82;Darragh, 81;
Hay 73


Got differences on all of the bolded ones, from paper to paper.

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Can't remember where I got it, but I already had those three extra names for 1930 Hart voting in my files.
Seems I never added the 26 and 30 Hart voting that pitseleh came up with a while ago.

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Seen this on the list:

Lethbridge Herald Wednesday, June 8, 1983

1982-83 Calder Memorial Trophy

Steve Larmer Chicago 227, Phil
Housley Buffalo Sabres 155, Scott
Stevens Washington 85, Brian
Bellows Minnesota 78, Pelle
Lindbergh Philadelphia 21, Mats
Naslund Montreal 16, Dan Daoust
Toronto 10, Mike Krushelnyski
Boston 9, Bob Froese Philadelphia
5, Peter Ihnacak Toronto 1


Only one I have a little doubt about is Naslund, paper a little blurry right on his total. I think it's 16 but 18 is a possibility.

Do you need all awards for 1982-83?

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Here they are if you do.

Lethbridge Herald Wednesday, June 8, 1983


NHL AWARD VOTING 1982-83

MONTREAL (CP) — Results ol
voting for individual National Hockey
League awards announced Tuesday


Hart Memorial Trophy


Wayne Gretzky Edmonton Oilers
266 Pete Peeters Boston Bruins
159 Denis Savard Chicago Black
Hawks 67 Rod Langway
Washington Capitals 50 Mark Howe
Phiadelphia Flyers 20 Bobby Clarke
Philadelphia 9 Peter Stastny
Quebec Nordiques 5 Lanny
McDonald Calgary Flames 4 Glenn
Resch New Jersey Devils 2 Mike
Bossy New York Islanders 1 John
Tonelli New York Islanders 1 Brad
Park Boston Bruins 1 Mark Pavelich
New York Rangers 1 Brian Sutter St
Lous Blues 1


Lady Byng Memorial Trophy

Mike Bossy NY Islanders 191
Rick Middleton Boston 181 Kent
Nilsson Calgary 41 Marcel Donne
Los Angeles Kings 37 Wayne
Gretzky Edmonton 26 Jan Kurri
Edmonton 25 Mark Howe
Philadelphia 1 1 Denis Savard
Chicago 10 Mats Naslund Montreal
Canadians 8 Peter Stastny Quebec
6 Jorgen Pettersson St Louis 5
Bob MacMullen New Jersey 4 Mark
Napier Montreal 4 Neal Broten
Minnesota 3 Mark Pavelich NY
Rangers 3 Raymond Bourque
Boston 2 Butch Goring NY
Islanders 1 Larry Robinson
Montreal 1 Mike Rogers NY
Rangers 1 Glenn Resch New
Jersey 1 Anton Stastny Quebec 1
Doug Wilson Chicago 1 Jim Fox Los
Angeles 1 Peter McNabb Boston 1
Mike Eaves Minnesota 1 Ron
Francis Hartford Whalers 1


James Norrls Memorial Trophy

Rod Langway Washington 180
Mark Howe Philadelphia 155
Raymond Bourque Boston 139
Doug Wilson Chicago 29 Paul
Coney Edmonton 24 Charlie Huddy
Edmonton 12 Paul Reinhart Calgary
9 Gordie Roberts Minnesota 6 Mike
O Connell Boston 6 Mike Milbury
Boston 5 Borje Salming Toronto
Maple Leats 1 Brad Park Boston
Bruins 1


Calder Memorial Trophy

Steve Larmer Chicago 227 Phil
Housley Buffalo Sabres 155 Scott
Stevens Washington 85 Brian
Bellows Minnesota 78 Pelle
Lindbergh Philadelphia 21 Mats
Naslund Montreal 16 Dan Daoust
Toronto 10 Mike Krushelnyski
Boston 9 Bob Froese Philadelphia
5 Peter Ihnacak Toronto 1


Vezina Trophy

Pete Peelers Boston 105 Roland
Melanson NY Islanders 34 Murray
Bannerman Chicago 22 Billy Smith
NY Islanders 9 Andy Moog
Edmonton 8 Glenn Resch New
Jersey 5 Pelle Lindbergh
Philadelphia 4 Tony Esposito
Chicago 1 Bob Froese Philadelphia
1


Frank J. Selke Trophy

Bobby Clarke Philadelphia 125
Jari Kurri Edmonton 63 Bobby
Gould Washington 51 Tom Lysak
Chicago 43 Doug Risebrough
Calgary 27 Bob Gainey Montreal
26 Craig Ramsay Buffalo 25 John
Tonelli NY Islanders 23 Rick
Middleton Boston 20 Stan Smyl
Vancouver Canucks 15 Barry
Pederson Boston 14 Mike
Krushelnyski Boston 14 Bryan
Trottier NY Islanders 12 Gaetan
Duchesne Washington 10 Mario
Tremblay Montreal 10 Thomas
Gradin Vancouver 8 Bnan Sutter St
Louts 8 Neal Broten Minnesota 7
Rich Preston Chicago 6 Brent
Peterson Buffalo 6 Bruce Crowder
Boston 6 Pat Hughes Edmonton 5
Dale Hunter Quebec 5 Mark
Pavelich NY Rangers 4 Mike Bossy
NY Islanders 4 Andre Savard Buffalo
Sabres 4 Ryan Walter Montreal 4
Butch Gonng NY Islanders 4 Mark
Johnson Hartford 3 Larry Patey St
Louis 3 Doug Jarvis Washington 3
Tom Fergus Boston 3 John
Ogrodnick Detroit Red Wings 1 Ric
Seiling Buffalo 1 Darcy Rota
Vancouver 1 Paul Woods Detroit 1
Al Secord Chicago 1 Steve Kasper
Boston 1

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Seen this on the list:

Lethbridge Herald Wednesday, June 8, 1983

1982-83 Calder Memorial Trophy

Steve Larmer Chicago 227, Phil
Housley Buffalo Sabres 155, Scott
Stevens Washington 85, Brian
Bellows Minnesota 78, Pelle
Lindbergh Philadelphia 21, Mats
Naslund Montreal 16, Dan Daoust
Toronto 10, Mike Krushelnyski
Boston 9, Bob Froese Philadelphia
5, Peter Ihnacak Toronto 1


Only one I have a little doubt about is Naslund, paper a little blurry right on his total. I think it's 16 but 18 is a possibility.

Do you need all awards for 1982-83?
The Calder voting need is an error in Housley's 155 points. That is 40 more than he should have, and his vote totals give too many 1st place votes. Taking away the extra 1st place votes makes the total points work, but we can't be sure that that is correct. The total voting points work with him at 115, but I haven't seen a correct 1st-2nd-3rd vote total for his 115 points. (I just noticed that the 155 (13-24-18) is Mark Howe's total for the Norris.)

We have the complete Hart voting for 82-83, just a few unknown 2nd and 3rd place vote splits for a few players.

We do need Norris, Vezina, Selke, Lady Byng and Adams votes for 82-83. All we have is the winner for the Adams, and top 5-10 for the others.


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The Calder voting need is an error in Housley's 155 points. That is 40 more than he should have, and his vote totals give too many 1st place votes. Taking away the extra 1st place votes makes the total points work, but we can't be sure that that is correct. The total voting points work with him at 115, but I haven't seen a correct 1st-2nd-3rd vote total for his 115 points. (I just noticed that the 155 (13-24-18) is Mark Howe's total for the Norris.)

We have the complete Hart voting for 82-83, just a few unknown 2nd and 3rd place vote splits for a few players.

We do need Norris, Vezina, Selke, Lady Byng and Adams votes for 82-83. All we have is the winner for the Adams, and top 5-10 for the others.
Ok, I see what you're talking about with Housley. Alright well I already posted the complete list for 82-83 except for the Adams, I'll look for it next. Gonna go one year at a time. Remember seeing a post about the 82-83 all star voting also so i'll post that if I find it.

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The Norris and Vezina totals add up. I'll look at the Selke and Byng later.

We have the 82-83 all-star voting results already.

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What I got so far:

Hutchinson News Monday May, 16, 1983

In the closest voting in the 10-year
history of the coaches award, Tessier
received 96 points to 87 for Washington's
Bryan Murray. Gerry Cheevers
of Boston was third with 85.



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You are correct, missed that one, double checked my scan it should be 104 for Stewart. Double checked the others, they are correct from this Lethbridge article. i think I have a Winnipeg one from the same year may go deeper for the Byng and can double check all from it.

The result of the voting by points
was as follows:

Nels Stewart, Maroons,
104 points; Lionel Hltchman, Boston,
94; .Ralph Weiland, Boston, 79; Prank
Clancy, Ottawa. 77; Frank Boucher,
New York Rangers, 75; Norman Himes,
New York Americans, 70; Howie Morenz,
Camdiens, and Chas. Gardiner,
Chicago, tied, 60.

Voting lor the Lady Byng trophy,
among the leaders, was as follows:
Frank Boucher. New York Rangers,
127; Norman Himes, New York Americans,
108; Ralph Weiland, Boston. 82;
Harold Darragh. Pittsburgh, 81; Gco.
Hay. Detroit, 73.


Hold on the Syracuse paper has Stewart at 101, which matches your original, and the rest the same. They also have Weiland as 90 for the Byng not 82 and Himes at 103 not 108.

See if I can dig up a third source.
4-17-1930 ottawa citizen has the same for the hart (other than stewart who was at 101), verbatim, meaning they both used the same source, or one was the source for the other.

but they have himes at 103 in byng voting.


this same paper also says frank nighbor won the '23 hart. but there was no hart in '23.

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