Art Ross Trophy
The Art Ross Trophy is given to the top scoring player each year in the National Hockey League (NHL). The player with the most points (goals plus assists) is given the trophy. If two players have the same number of points, the award goes to the player with the most goals. If they are tied in goals, it goes to the player who has played fewer games. If they are tied in games, it goes to the player who scored his first goal of the year the soonest.
|Art Ross Trophy|
|Given for||"Player who leads the League in points at the end of the regular season."|
|First award||1947–48 NHL season|
|Most wins||Wayne Gretzky (10)|
|Most recent||Nikita Kucherov|
Tampa Bay Lightning
Wayne Gretzky has won this trophy ten times, the most of any player. Gordie Howe and Mario Lemieux each won six trophies; Phil Esposito and Jaromir Jagr won five; Stan Mikita won four; and Bobby Hull and Guy Lafleur each won it three times.
The Art Ross Memorial Trophy was first awarded in 1948. This list includes all NHL scoring champions:
Bold Player with the most points ever scored in a season.
- ↑ Lach won a scoring title prior to the inception of the trophy, making this his second scoring title but only his first Art Ross Trophy win
- ↑ Season shortened by the 1994–95 NHL lockout
- ↑ Season canceled due to league lockout
- ↑ Season shortened by the 2012–13 NHL lockout
- ↑ "Art Ross Trophy". National Hockey League. Retrieved August 20, 2007.