KINGS NHL AWARD WINNERS

Below is a list of all the Kings NHL Award winners. For a complete list of NHL awards as well as the current recipient of that award, visit nhl.com/trophies.

JAMES NORRIS MEMORIAL TROPHY
The James Norris Memorial Trophy is an annual award given to the defense player who demonstrates throughout the season the greatest all-round ability in the position. The winner is selected in a poll of the Professional Hockey Writers' Association at the end of the regular season.
The James Norris Memorial Trophy was presented in 1953 by the four children of the late James Norris in memory of the former owner-president of the Detroit Red Wings.
KINGS
WINNERS:
Rob Blake 1997-98
BILL MASTERTON MEMORIAL TROPHY
The Bill Masterton Memorial Trophy is an annual award under the trusteeship of the Professional Hockey Writers' Association and is given to the National Hockey League player who best exemplifies the qualities of perseverance, sportsmanship, and dedication to hockey. The winner is selected in a poll of all chapters of the PHWA at the end of the regular season.

A grant from the PHWA is awarded annually to the Bill Masterton Scholarship Fund, based in Bloomington, Minn., in the name of the Masterton Trophy winner.

The trophy was presented by the NHL Writers' Association in 1968 to commemorate the late William Masterton, a player for the Minnesota North Stars, who exhibited, to a high degree, the qualities of perseverance, sportsmanship and dedication to hockey. Masterton died on Jan. 15, 1968, after an injury sustained during a hockey game.

KINGS
WINNERS:
Butch Goring 1977-78
Bob Bourne 1987-88
Dave Taylor 1990-91
ART ROSS TROPHY
The Art Ross Trophy is an annual award given to the player who leads the League in scoring points at the end of the regular season. Arthur Howie Ross, former manager-coach of the Boston Bruins, presented the trophy to the National Hockey League in 1947.

If two players finish the season with the same number of points, the trophy is awarded in the following manner: 1. Player with most goals; 2. Player with fewer games played; 3. Player scoring first goal of the season.

KINGS
WINNERS:
Marcel Dionne 1979-80
Wayne Gretzky 1989-90
Wayne Gretzky 1990-91
Wayne Gretzky 1993-94
LADY BYNG MEMORIAL TROPHY
The Lady Byng Memorial Trophy is an annual award given to the player adjudged to have exhibited the best type of sportsmanship and gentlemanly conduct combined with a high standard of playing ability. The winner is selected in a poll of the Professional Hockey Writers' Association at the end of the regular season.

Lady Byng, wife of Canada's Governor-General at the time, presented the Lady Byng trophy in 1925. After Frank Boucher of the New York Rangers won the award seven times in eight seasons, he was given the trophy to keep and Lady Byng donated another trophy in 1936.

After Lady Byng's death in 1949, the National Hockey League presented a new trophy, changing the name to Lady Byng Memorial Trophy.

KINGS
WINNERS:
Marcel Dionne 1976-77
Butch Goring 1977-78
Wayne Gretzky 1990-91
Wayne Gretzky 1991-92
Wayne Gretzky 1993-94
" HART MEMORIAL TROPHY
The Hart Memorial Trophy is an annual award given to the player judged to be the most valuable to his team. The winner is selected in a poll of the Professional Hockey Writers' Association in all NHL cities at the end of the regular season.

The Hart Memorial Trophy was presented by the National Hockey League in 1960 after the original Hart Trophy was retired to the Hockey Hall of Fame. The original Hart Trophy was donated to the NHL in 1923 by Dr. David A. Hart, father of Cecil Hart, former manager-coach of the Montreal Canadiens.

KINGS
WINNERS:
Wayne Gretzky 1988-89
JACK ADAMS AWARD
The Jack Adams Award is an annual award presented by the National Hockey League Broadcasters' Association to the NHL coach adjudged to have contributed the most to his team's success. The winner is selected in a poll among members of the NHL Broadcasters' Association at the end of the regular season.

The award was presented by the NHL Broadcasters' Association in 1974 to commemorate the late Jack Adams, former coach and general manager of the Detroit Red Wings. His lifetime dedication to hockey has served as an inspiration to all who aspire to further

KINGS
WINNERS:
Bob Pulford 1974-75
CALDER MEMORIAL TROPHY
The Calder Memorial Trophy is an annual award given to the player selected as the most proficient in his first year of competition in the National Hockey League. The winner is selected in a poll of the Professional Hockey Writers' Association at the end of the regular season.

From 1936-37 until his death in 1943, Frank Calder, NHL President, bought a trophy each year to be given permanently to the outstanding rookie. After Calder's death, the NHL presented the Calder Memorial Trophy in his memory and the trophy is to be kept in perpetuity.

To be eligible for the award, a player cannot have played more than 25 games in any single preceding season nor in six or more games in each of any two preceding seasons in any major professional league. The player must not be older than 26 years before September 15 of the season in which he is eligible.

KINGS
WINNERS:
Luc Robitaille 1986-87
KING CLANCY MEMORIAL TROPHY
The King Clancy Memorial Trophy is an annual award given to the player who best exemplifies leadership qualities on and off the ice and has made a noteworthy humanitarian contribution in his community.

The Clancy Trophy was presented to the National Hockey League by the Board of Governors in 1988 to honor the late Frank "King" Clancy.

KINGS
WINNERS:
Dave Taylor 1990-91
NHL ALL-ROOKIE TEAM
The NHL All-Rookie Team is chosen by the Professional Hockey Writers' Association from the best rookies in the National Hockey League at each position for the season based on their performance in that year. The team consists of one goalie, two defensemen and three forwards and has been selected every year since the 1982–83 NHL season.

In order to be considered a rookie in the NHL, the player must be eligible to win the Calder Trophy - having played fewer than 25 NHL games the previous year (or fewer than 26 NHL games the previous two years) and must be under the age of 26 on Sept. 15 of the season in which he is eligible.
KINGS
WINNERS:
Jimmy Carson 1986-87
Steve Duchesne 1986-87
Luc Robitaille 1986-87
Rob Blake 1990-91
Jamie Storr 1997-98
Jamie Storr 1998-99
Lubomir Visnovsky 2000-01
Drew Doughty 2008-09

 

FIRST-TEAM NHL ALL-STAR
The Professional Hockey Writers' Association vote at the end of each season for two National Hockey League All-Star teams - the NHL First All-Star Team and the NHL Second All-Star Team.

All-Star teams have been selected following the conclusion of each season since the 1930-31 campaign. From the inaugural team until the 1945-46 season, each team selection included a goalie, two defensemen, a left wing, a center, a right wing and a coach. After 1945-46 a coach was no longer selected.
KINGS
WINNERS:
Marcel Dionne 1976-77
Marcel Dionne 1979-80
Charlie Simmer 1979-80
Charlie Simmer 1980-81
Luc Robitaille 1987-88
Luc Robitaille 1988-89
Luc Robitaille 1989-90
Wayne Gretzky 1990-91
Luc Robitaille 1990-91
Luc Robitaille 1992-93
Rob Blake 1997-98
SECOND-TEAM NHL ALL-STAR
The Professional Hockey Writers' Association vote at the end of each season for two National Hockey League All-Star teams - the NHL First All-Star Team and the NHL Second All-Star Team.

All-Star teams have been selected following the conclusion of each season since the 1930-31 campaign. From the inaugural team until the 1945-46 season, each team selection included a goalie, two defensemen, a left wing, a center, a right wing and a coach. After 1945-46 a coach was no longer selected.
 
KINGS
WINNERS:
Rogie Vachon 1974-75
Rogie Vachon 1976-77
Marcel Dionne 1978-79
Marcel Dionne 1980-81
Mario Lessard 1980-81
Dave Taylor 1980-81
Luc Robitaille 1986-87
Wayne Gretzky 1988-89
Wayne Gretzky 1989-90
Luc Robitaille 1991-92
Wayne Gretzky 1993-94
Rob Blake 1999-00
Luc Robitaille 2000-01
FOSTER HEWITT MEMORIAL AWARD
The Foster Hewitt Memorial Award is an award named after Foster Hewitt and presented by the Hockey Hall of Fame to members of the radio and television industry who make outstanding contributions to their profession and the game of hockey during their broadcasting career.

This award should not be confused with the ACTRA Foster Hewitt Award, which was presented by ACTRA, the Canadian association of actors and broadcasters, for excellence in general sports broadcasting. That award was discontinued in 1986.
 
KINGS
WINNERS:
Jiggs McDonald
Kings broadcaster 1969-72
1990
Bob Miller
Kings broadcaster 1973-present
2000