NHL Hockey Art Ross Trophy

Can you name the players who have won the Art Ross Trophy by leading the NHL in scoring for a single season?
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Last updated: April 30, 2022
First submittedApril 13, 2012
Times taken34,266
Average score56.5%
Rating3.96
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Year
Points
Player
2022
123
Connor McDavid
2021
105
Connor McDavid
2020
110
Leon Draisaitl
2019
128
Nikita Kucherov
2018
108
Connor McDavid
2017
100
Connor McDavid
2016
106
Patrick Kane
2015
87
Jamie Benn
2014
104
Sidney Crosby
2013
60
Martin St. Louis
2012
109
Evgeni Malkin
2011
104
Daniel Sedin
2010
112
Henrik Sedin
2009
113
Evgeni Malkin
2008
112
Alex Ovechkin
2007
120
Sidney Crosby
2006
125
Joe Thornton
2005
season canceled
2004
94
Martin St. Louis
Year
Points
Player
2003
106
Peter Forsberg
2002
96
Jarome Iginla
2001
121
Jaromir Jagr
2000
96
Jaromir Jagr
1999
127
Jaromir Jagr
1998
102
Jaromir Jagr
1997
122
Mario Lemieux
1996
161
Mario Lemieux
1995
70
Jaromir Jagr
1994
130
Wayne Gretzky
1993
160
Mario Lemieux
1992
131
Mario Lemieux
1991
163
Wayne Gretzky
1990
142
Wayne Gretzky
1989
199
Mario Lemieux
1988
168
Mario Lemieux
1987
183
Wayne Gretzky
1986
215
Wayne Gretzky
Year
Points
Player
1985
208
Wayne Gretzky
1984
205
Wayne Gretzky
1983
196
Wayne Gretzky
1982
212
Wayne Gretzky
1981
164
Wayne Gretzky
1980
137
Marcel Dionne
1979
134
Bryan Trottier
1978
132
Guy Lafleur
1977
136
Guy Lafleur
1976
125
Guy Lafleur
1975
135
Bobby Orr
1974
145
Phil Esposito
1973
130
Phil Esposito
1972
133
Phil Esposito
1971
152
Phil Esposito
1970
120
Bobby Orr
1969
126
Phil Esposito
1968
87
Stan Mikita
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Level 88
Apr 15, 2012
I love being early enough to finish the quiz with less than 100% of the answers but still beating 100% of quiz-takers. 14 was good enough... at least while there have only been 6 people to take the quiz. :)
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Level 67
Apr 30, 2013
Wayne Gretzky was okay, I guess.
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Level 33
Oct 24, 2016
He was better than okay; he was decent.
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Level 84
Nov 23, 2019
Easily the single-most adequate player I've ever seen.
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Level 90
Jan 23, 2020
They really should have given him a nickname--"The Satisfactory One" or something
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Level 81
Apr 17, 2014
Mental block on Jagr. I always miss him on hockey quizzes. Comes from being a Caps fan, I suspect.
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Level 24
Nov 30, 2015
Didn't Jagr play for the Capitals for a bit
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Level 60
Aug 1, 2017
Yeah...he wasn't happy there, they weren't happy with him.
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Level 80
Apr 17, 2014
Well, at least the 80s are easy to figure out.
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Level 73
Dec 18, 2019
21 straight years (22 if you count the year Gretzky tied Dionne) that either Gretzky, Lemieux, or Jagr won the scoring title. 3 (Esposito, Orr, Lafleur) in a 10-year period '69-'78. 13 different players have won it in the last 17 seasons. What to make of this?
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Level 59
Jan 18, 2022
That the 1990s Penguins should have won a few more Stanley Cups.
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Level 14
Apr 10, 2015
Dang, I got 'em all with 1:34
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Level 84
Apr 12, 2015
Well the first 3 names I typed in got me everything from 1981 to 2001... then I picked up Ovechkin because dad and cousin were big Caps fans... and Orr because he was legendary... I thought I typed in Lafleur but I guess I only typed Fleur or maybe spelled it wrong. Anyway then I was done. Should have also known Esposito. Most of the new ones I have no idea about.
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Level 72
Apr 12, 2018
Not even Crosby? He's pretty much been the league's poster boy for the last 10 years.
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Level 84
Mar 15, 2019
nope. Haven't been following at all since dad lost his job with the Caps. That was probably back in the early 2000s.
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Level 75
Apr 9, 2019
what was your dad's job with the Caps?
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Level 84
May 9, 2019
statistician
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Level 74
Sep 30, 2020
Keeping stats for pro sports as a career sounds amazing
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Level 24
Nov 30, 2015
1980-2000 is the easiest time span every year but 1980 it's either Gretzky, Lemieux and Jagr
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Level 73
Dec 7, 2015
Pretty amazing stat. Between 1981 and 2001, every single NHL scoring leader was named either Gretzky, Lemieux, or Jagr.
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Level 68
May 26, 2016
another interesting stat is that the highest scoring brothers in NHL history (combined point totals) is Wayne and his brother Brent Gretzky. (Wayne with 2,857 and Brent with 4) Second place goes to Maurice and Henri Richard, with a combined total of 2011, although they had a more even spread of Maurice: 965 Henri: 1046
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Level 65
May 9, 2019
They were the highest pair of scoring brothers in the NHL (second place now goes to the Sedins, although like the Richard brothers, they are also way behind - and retired). The 6 Sutter brothers had 75 more points than the Gretzky brothers.
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Level 25
May 2, 2016
20/20 with 2:39 left on the clock
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Level 60
Aug 1, 2017
I'm surprised that there's 4% who didn't get Gretzky.
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Level 88
Mar 20, 2019
You really have to know your Pittsburgh Penguins to do well on this quiz.
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Level 67
May 9, 2019
Wayne Gretzky had 208 points in 1985 (and had more than that twice). Connor McDavid led the league in scoring in both 2017 and 2018 and scored 208 total points in those two years combined. Gretzky's dominance is almost incomprehensible.
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Level 59
Jun 25, 2020
You can now add Draisaitl
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Level 60
Jun 28, 2020
Leon Draisaitl has officially won the 2019-2020 Art Ross trophy, time for an update!

https://www.nhl.com/news/leon-draisaitl-art-ross-trophy-winner/c-317041340

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Level 60
Jul 14, 2020
Astounding that more people got Benn than Mikita
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Level 70
May 15, 2022
Benn is easy to remember because it’s the saddest point total to lead the league.
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Level 86
May 15, 2022
Tell that to Martin St Louis! ;)
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Level 90
May 16, 2022
As a Bruins fan growing up watching Orr and Espo and those teams, I am still amazed that a defenseman won the scoring title not once, but twice. And not with mediocre point totals. And while being fine on defense. Gretzky was great, but Orr was just a phenomenon. I still occasionally rewatch videos of some of his rushes up ice that I remember seeing live back in the early 70s.