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Tampa Bay Lightning NHL Awards winners

Monday, 06.23.2014 / 10:28 AM / News
By Missy Zielinski  - Lightning Beat Reporter
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Tampa Bay Lightning NHL Awards winners
Take a look at the history of the Tampa Bay Lightning and what awards the team has taken home from the NHL Awards each year

On the Eve of the NHL Awards, Lightning beat reporter Missy Zielinski takes a look back at the Bolts past winners. Tampa Bay has won at least one NHL award in four consecutive seasons (2010-2013).

2013

Art Ross Trophy - Martin St. Louis

Scoring 60 points (17 goals, 43 assists) in 48 games helped Martin St. Louis capture his second Art Ross Trophy, awarded to the player who leads the league in points at the end of the regular season.

Lady Byng Memorial Trophy – Martin St. Louis

The Professional Hockey Writers’ Association voted Martin St. Louis for the fourth time as a Lady Byng Memorial Trophy-winner. It was also the third time he won the trophy in four years, which is given to the player exhibiting sportsmanship and gentlemanly play combined with playing ability.

2012

Maurice “Rocket” Richard Trophy – Steven Stamkos
Steven Stamkos tallied 60 goals in 2011-12 and was 10 goals ahead of the runner-up in the same category (Evgeni Malkin, 50 goals).

2011

Lady Byng Memorial Trophy – Martin St. Louis

2010

Lady Byng Memorial Trophy – Martin St. Louis

Maurice “Rocket” Richard Trophy – Steven Stamkos (also Sidney Crosby)

One goal stood in the way of a three-way tie for goals during the 2009-10 season, as both Steven Stamkos and Sidney Crosby netted 51, while Alex Ovechkin fell one shy with 50 markers.

2008

King Clancy Memorial Trophy – Vincent Lecavalier

Vincent Lecavalier is the only winner of this trophy from the Lightning, awarded for humanitarian contribution to hockey as voted by a special panel comprised of members from the Professional Hockey Writers’ Association and the NHL Broadcasters’ Association.

2007

Maurice “Rocket” Richard Trophy – Vincent Lecavalier

Vincent Lecavalier beat out the Ottawa Senators Dany Heatley by two tallies for his first Maurice “Rocket” Richard Trophy at the conclusion of the 2006-07 season. He finished the year with 52 goals.

2004

Hart Trophy – Martin St. Louis

Martin St. Louis is the lone Lightning-winner of the Hart Trophy, which is awarded to the player deemed most valuable to his team.

Art Ross Trophy – Martin St. Louis

At the conclusion of the 2003-04 season, Martin St. Louis finished the year with 94 points (38 goals, 56 assists) in 82 games for his first of two Art Ross Trophies.

Jack Adams Award – John Tortorella

Head coach John Tortorella captured the Lightning’s first and only nod as Coach of the Year by winning the Jack Adams Award for his team’s Stanley Cup run during the 2003-04 season.

Ted Lindsay Award – Martin St. Louis

Martin St. Louis is the only Lightning player to win the Ted Lindsay Award given annual to the NHL’s outstanding player as selected by the members of the NHL’s Player Association.

Lady Byng Memorial Trophy – Brad Richards

Conn Smythe Trophy – Brad Richards

With 12 goals and 14 assists for 26 points in 23 postseason games, 23-year-old Brad Richards was named the Most Valuable Player in the Stanley Cup playoffs.

1999

Bill Masterton Memorial Trophy – John Cullen

John Cullen is the only winner of this Trophy from Tampa Bay, which is awarded by the Professional Hockey Writers’ Association to the player who best exemplifies the qualities of perseverance, sportsmanship and dedication to hockey.


*The Tampa Bay Lightning won the Stanley Cup in 2004