List of Carolina Hurricanes award winners

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Carolina Hurricanes awards
RBC Center Stanley Cup Championship.jpg
The celebration on the ice after the Hurricanes won the Stanley Cup in 2006.
AwardWins
Stanley Cup1
Prince of Wales Trophy2
Bill Masterton Memorial Trophy1
Calder Memorial Trophy1
Conn Smythe Trophy1
Frank J. Selke Trophy2
King Clancy Memorial Trophy1
Lady Byng Memorial Trophy1
Lester Patrick Trophy9
NHL Foundation Player Award1
NHL Man of the Year Award *1
Total
Awards won21

This is a list of Carolina Hurricanes award winners. It also includes players and data from the previous incarnation of the franchise, the Hartford Whalers.

League awards[edit]

Team trophies[edit]

Team trophies awarded to the Carolina Hurricanes franchise[1]
Award Description Times won Seasons References
Stanley Cup NHL championship 1 2005–06 [2][3]
Prince of Wales Trophy Eastern Conference playoff championship 2 2001–02, 2005–06 [4]
Avco World Trophy (WHA) WHA championship 1 1972–73 [5]

Individual awards[edit]

Individual awards won by Carolina Hurricanes franchise players and staff[1]
Award Description Winner Season References
Ben Hatskin Trophy (WHA) Top goaltender Al Smith 1977–78 [6]
Bill Masterton Memorial Trophy Perseverance, sportsmanship and dedication to hockey Doug Jarvis 1986–87 [7][8]
Calder Memorial Trophy Rookie of the year Jeff Skinner 2010–11 [9][10]
Conn Smythe Trophy Most valuable player of the playoffs Cam Ward 2005–06 [11][12]
Dennis A. Murphy Trophy (WHA) Top defenseman Rick Ley 1978–79 [13]
Frank J. Selke Trophy Forward who best excels in the defensive aspect of the game Rod Brind'Amour 2005–06 [14][15]
2006–07
Howard Baldwin Trophy (WHA) Coach of the year Jack Kelley 1972–73 [16]
King Clancy Memorial Trophy Leadership qualities on and off the ice and humanitarian contributions within their community Ron Francis 2001–02 [17][18]
Lady Byng Memorial Trophy Gentlemanly conduct Ron Francis 2001–02 [19][20]
Lou Kaplan Trophy (WHA) Rookie of the year Terry Caffery 1972–73 [21]
George Lyle 1976–77
NHL Foundation Player Award Community service Ron Francis 2001–02 [22]
NHL Man of the Year Award Sportsmanship and involvement with charitable groups Kevin Dineen 1990–91 [23]
Paul Deneau Trophy (WHA) Player who displays gentlemanly conduct Dave Keon 1976–77 [24]
1977–78

All-Stars[edit]

WHA First, Second and Third Team All-Stars[edit]

New England Whalers selected to the WHA First, Second and Third Team All-Stars[25]
Player Position Selections Season Team
Ted Green Defense 1 1972–73 3rd
Mark Howe Left Wing 1 1978–79 1st
Rick Ley Defense 3 1972–73 3rd
1977–78 2nd
1978–79 1st
Al Smith Goaltender 1 1972–73 3rd
Tom Webster Right Wing 1 1972–73 2nd

NHL First and Second Team All-Stars[edit]

The NHL First and Second Team All-Stars consists of the top players at each position as voted on by the Professional Hockey Writers' Association.

Carolina Hurricanes franchise players selected to the NHL First and Second Team All-Stars[1]
Player Position Selections Season Team
Mike Liut Goaltender 1 1986–87 2nd
Eric Staal Center 1 2005–06 2nd

NHL All-Rookie Team[edit]

The NHL All-Rookie Team consists of the top rookies at each position as voted on by the Professional Hockey Writers' Association.

Carolina Hurricanes franchise players selected to the NHL All-Rookie Team[1]
Player Position Season
Justin Faulk Defense 2011–12
Dana Murzyn Defense 1985–86
Chris Pronger Defense 1993–94
Brad Shaw Defense 1989–90
Peter Sidorkiewicz Goaltender 1988–89
Jeff Skinner Forward 2010–11
Sylvain Turgeon Forward 1983–84
Shane Willis Forward 2000–01

All-Star Game selections[edit]

The National Hockey League All-Star Game is a mid-season exhibition game held annually between many of the top players of each season. Thirty-three All-Star Games have been held since the Carolina Hurricanes entered the NHL as the Hartford Whalers in 1979, with at least one player chosen to represent the franchise in each year except 1998, 2004 and 2012. The All-Star game has not been held in various years: 1979 and 1987 due to the 1979 Challenge Cup and Rendez-vous '87 series between the NHL and the Soviet national team, respectively, 1995, 2005, and 2013 as a result of labor stoppages, and 2006, 2010, and 2014 because of the Winter Olympic Games.[26] The franchise has hosted two of the games. Hartford hosted the 38th at the XL Center, then known as the Hartford Civic Center, and Carolina hosted the 58th at PNC Arena, then known as the RBC Center.

  • dagger Selected by fan vote[27]
  • Up-arrow All-Star Game Most Valuable Player[28]
Carolina Hurricanes franchise players and coaches selected to the All-Star Game[1]
Game Year Name Position References
32nd 1980 Gordie Howe Right Wing [29]
33rd 1981 Mark Howe Defense [30]
Mike Rogers Center
34th 1982 Blaine Stoughton Right Wing [31]
35th 1983 Ron Francis Center [32]
36th 1984 Mark Johnson Center [33]
37th 1985 Ron Francis Center [34]
38th 1986 Ron Francis (Did not play) Center [35]
Sylvain Turgeon Left Wing
39th 1988 Kevin Dineendagger Right Wing [36]
40th 1989 Kevin Dineen Right Wing [37]
41st 1990 Ron Francis Center [38]
42nd 1991 Pat Verbeek Left Wing [39]
43rd 1992 John Cullen Center [40]
44th 1993 Zarley Zalapski Defense [41]
45th 1994 Geoff Sanderson Left Wing [42]
46th 1996 Brendan Shanahandagger Left Wing [43]
47th 1997 Geoff Sanderson Left Wing [44]
48th 1998 No Hurricanes selected [45]
49th 1999 Arturs Irbe Goaltender [46]
Keith Primeau Center
50th 2000 Sami Kapanen Left Wing [47]
51st 2001 Sandis Ozolinshdagger Defense [48]
52nd 2002 Sami Kapanen Left Wing [49]
53rd 2003 Jeff O'Neill Right Wing [50]
54th 2004 No Hurricanes selected [51]
55th 2007 Eric Staal Center [52]
Justin Williams Right Wing
56th 2008 Eric StaalUp-arrow Center [53]
57th 2009 Eric Staal Center [54]
58th 2011 Jeff Skinner Right Wing [55]
Eric Staal Center
Cam Ward Goaltender
59th 2012 No Hurricanes selected [56]
60th 2015 Justin Faulk Defense [57]
61st 2016 Justin Faulk Defense [58]
62nd 2017 Justin Faulk Defense [59]
63rd 2018 Noah Hanifin Defense [60]
64th 2019 Sebastian Aho Right Wing [61]

All-Star Game replacement events[edit]

Hartford Whalers players and coaches selected to All-Star Game replacement events[1]
Event Year Name Position References
Rendez-vous '87 1987 Kevin Dineen Right Wing [62]
Ulf Samuelsson Defense

Career achievements[edit]

Hockey Hall of Fame[edit]

The following is a list of Carolina Hurricanes who have been enshrined in the Hockey Hall of Fame.[63][64]

Carolina Hurricanes franchise players and personnel inducted into the Hockey Hall of Fame[63][64]
Individual Category Year inducted Years with Hurricanes franchise in category References
Paul Coffey Player 2004 1996, 1998–2000 [65]
Emile Francis Builder 1982 1983–1993 [66]
Ron Francis Player 2007 1981–1991, 1998–2004 [67]
Gordie Howe Player 1972 1977–1980 [68]
Mark Howe Player 2011 1977–1982 [69]
Bobby Hull Player 1983 1980 [70]
Peter Karmanos Jr. Builder 2015 1994–present [71]
Dave Keon Player 1986 1977–1982 [72]
Chris Pronger Player 2015 1993–1995 [73]
Mark Recchi Player 2017 2006 [74]
Jim Rutherford Builder 2019 1994–2014 [75]
Brendan Shanahan Player 2013 1995–1996 [76]

Foster Hewitt Memorial Award[edit]

One member of the Carolina Hurricanes organization has been honored with the Foster Hewitt Memorial Award. The award is 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 ice hockey during their broadcasting career.[77]

Members of the Carolina Hurricanes honored with the Foster Hewitt Memorial Award
Individual Year honored Years with Hurricanes franchise as broadcaster References
Chuck Kaiton 2004 1979–2018 [77]

Lester Patrick Trophy[edit]

The Lester Patrick Trophy has been presented by the National Hockey League and USA Hockey since 1966 to honor a recipient's contribution to ice hockey in the United States.[78] This list includes all personnel who have ever been employed by the Carolina Hurricanes franchise in any capacity and have also received the Lester Patrick Trophy.

Members of the Carolina Hurricanes franchise honored with the Lester Patrick Trophy[1]
Individual Year honored Years with Hurricanes franchise References
Bob Crocker 2015 1980–1992 [79]
Emile Francis 1982 1983–1993 [78]
Paul Holmgren 2014 1992–1995 [78]
Gordie Howe 1967 1977–1980 [78]
Mark Howe 2016 1977–1982 [80]
Bobby Hull 1969 1980 [78]
Mark Johnson 2011 1982–1985 [78]
Peter Karmanos Jr. 1998 1994–present [1]
Larry Pleau 2002 1972–1979, 1980–1983, 1988–1989 [78]

United States Hockey Hall of Fame[edit]

Members of the Carolina Hurricanes franchise inducted into the United States Hockey Hall of Fame
Individual Year inducted Years with Hurricanes franchise References
Tom Barrasso 2009 2001–2002 [81]
John Cunniff 2003 1972–1974, 1981–1983 [82]
Mark Fusco 2002 1984–1985 [83]
Kevin Hatcher 2010 2000–2001 [84]
Mark Howe 2003 1977–1982 [85]
Mark Johnson 2004 1982–1985 [86]
Peter Karmanos Jr. 2013 1994–present [87]
Jack Kelley 1993 1972–1975, 1977–1981 [88]
Larry Pleau 2000 1972–1979, 1980–1983, 1988–1989 [89]
Gordie Roberts 1999 1975–1980 [90]
Timothy Sheehy 1997 1972–1975, 1978, 1979–1980 [91]
Doug Weight 2013 2006 [92]
Tom Williams 1981 1972–1974 [93]
Scott Young 2017 1988–1990 [94]

Retired numbers[edit]

The Carolina Hurricanes have retired three of their jersey numbers and taken two other numbers out of circulation. Prior to the franchise's move to Carolina, the Hartford Whalers retired Rick Ley's number 2, Gordie Howe's number 9, and John McKenzie's number 19. Numbers 2 and 19 were returned to circulation when the franchise moved to Carolina, but the number 9 remains unofficially retired for Howe. The number 3 was removed from circulation following Steve Chiasson's death in 1999. Also out of circulation is the number 99 which was retired league-wide for Wayne Gretzky on February 6, 2000.[95] Gretzky did not play for the Hurricanes franchise during his 20-year NHL career and no player in franchise history had ever worn the number 99 prior to its retirement.[96][97]

Carolina Hurricanes retired numbers
Number Player Position Years with Hurricanes franchise as a player Date of retirement ceremony References
2 Glen Wesley Defense 1994–2008 February 17, 2009 [98]
10 Ron Francis Center 1981–1991, 1998–2004 January 28, 2006 [99]
17 Rod Brind'Amour Center 2000–2010 February 18, 2011 [100]

Team awards[edit]

Josef Vasicek Award[edit]

The Josef Vasicek Award is an annual award given by the Carolina chapter of the Professional Hockey Writers' Association for "outstanding cooperation with the local media."[101][102]

Most Valuable Player[edit]

The Most Valuable Player award is an annual award given by the Carolina chapter of the Professional Hockey Writers' Association to the team's MVP.[101][102]

Steve Chiasson Award[edit]

The Steve Chiasson Award is an annual award given to the player who "best exemplifies determination and dedication while proving to be an inspiration to his teammates through his performance and approach to the game" as selected by his teammates.[103]

See also[edit]

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