List of Detroit Red Wings award winners

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Detroit Red Wings awards
Lidstrom stanleycup2.jpg
The Red Wings have won the Stanley Cup 11 times. Nicklas Lidstrom is seen here with the trophy after winning it in 2008.
Award Wins
Stanley Cup 11
O'Brien Trophy * 5
Clarence S. Campbell Bowl 6
Prince of Wales Trophy 13
Presidents' Trophy 6
Art Ross Trophy 7
Bill Masterton Memorial Trophy 2
Calder Memorial Trophy 5
Conn Smythe Trophy 5
Frank J. Selke Trophy 7
Hart Memorial Trophy 9
Jack Adams Award 4
James Norris Memorial Trophy 9
King Clancy Memorial Trophy 2
Lady Byng Memorial Trophy 14
Lester Patrick Trophy 25
Mark Messier Leadership Award 1
NHL Foundation Player Award 2
NHL Lifetime Achievement Award * 1
NHL Plus-Minus Award * 4
Ted Lindsay Award 2
Vezina Trophy 5
William M. Jennings Trophy 2
Charlie Conacher Humanitarian Award 2
Foster Hewitt Memorial Award 3
Golden Hockey Stick 1
Kharlamov Trophy 3
Viking Award 5
Total
Awards won 161

The Detroit Red Wings are a professional ice hockey team based in Detroit, Michigan. They are members of the Atlantic Division in the Eastern Conference of the National Hockey League (NHL) and are one of the "Original Six" teams of the league.[1][2] The franchise and its members have won numerous team and individual awards and honors. The first team trophy acquired by the club was the Prince of Wales Trophy in 1934, at the time awarded to the champion of the American Division.[3][4] Their most recent team trophy was the Clarence S. Campbell Bowl in 2009, taken in honor of being the champions of the Western Conference.[a][5][6] The team has captured the Stanley Cup as league champion eleven times, most recently in 2008.[7]

Gordie Howe is the team's most decorated player, with six wins each of the Art Ross Trophy as regular season scoring leader and the Hart Memorial Trophy as regular season most valuable player (MVP),[8][9] twenty-one selections to the First and Second Team All-Stars (the most in league history),[10] twenty-two appearances in the All-Star Game, the Lester Patrick Trophy for outstanding contributions to the sport in the United States,[11] and the NHL Lifetime Achievement Award for long term contributions to hockey.[12] Nicklas Lidstrom has the most awards of any defenseman, having once won the Conn Smythe Trophy as post season MVP to go along with having won the James Norris Memorial Trophy (Norris Trophy) seven times as the best defenseman in the league as well as twelve selections to the First and Second Team All-Stars and twelve selections to the All-Star Game.[10][13][14] Terry Sawchuk leads goaltenders with three wins of the Vezina Trophy as the league's best goaltender,[15][16] seven selections to the First and Second Team All-Stars,[10] seven selections to the All-Star Game, the Lester Patrick Trophy,[11] and the Calder Memorial Trophy as the league's best rookie.[17] Howe, Lidstrom, and Sawchuk have all had their uniform number retired by the team[18] and have all been inducted into the Hockey Hall of Fame.[19][20][21]

Three Red Wings have been the inaugural recipient of an award and three awards are named in honor of former Red Wings. In 1932 Carl Voss was named the first winner of the Calder Memorial Trophy.[17] The first time the Norris Trophy was awarded was in 1954, when Red Kelly won.[14] In 2007 Chris Chelios was named the first annual winner of the Mark Messier Leadership Award, the award previously having been given on a monthly basis.[22] The Jack Adams Award, given to the best coach, is named for Jack Adams, long-time head coach and general manager of the club.[23] The Norris Trophy takes its name from James E. Norris, who owned the club from 1932 to 1952.[14] In 2010, the Lester B. Pearson Award was renamed the Ted Lindsay Award to recognize Ted Lindsay "for his skill, tenacity, leadership, and for his role in establishing the original Players' Association."[24]

League awards[edit]

Team trophies[edit]

The Detroit Red Wings have won the O'Brien Trophy five times, the Clarence S. Campbell Bowl and the Presidents' Trophy six times each, the Stanley Cup eleven times, and the Prince of Wales Trophy thirteen times.

Team trophies awarded to the Detroit Red Wings
Award Description Times won Seasons References
Stanley Cup NHL championship 11 1935–36, 1936–37, 1942–43, 1949–50, 1951–52, 1953–54, 1954–55, 1996–97, 1997–98, 2001–02, 2007–08 [7][25]
O'Brien Trophy NHL championship runner-up 5 1940–41, 1941–42, 1944–45, 1947–48, 1948–49 [26]
Clarence S. Campbell Bowl Western Conference playoff championship 6 1994–95, 1996–97, 1997–98, 2001–02, 2007–08, 2008–09 [5][6]
Prince of Wales Trophy American Division championship, most regular season points[b] 13 1933–34, 1935–36, 1936–37, 1942–43, 1948–49, 1949–50, 1950–51, 1951–52, 1952–53, 1953–54, 1954–55, 1956–57, 1964–65 [3][4]
Presidents' Trophy Most regular season points 6 1994–95, 1995–96, 2001–02, 2003–04, 2005–06, 2007–08 [27][28]

Individual awards[edit]

Many members of the Red Wings organization have received individual awards from the league. The Lady Byng Memorial Trophy has been won fourteen times by seven different players in recognition of their gentlemanly play; Pavel Datsyuk has won four times while Red Kelly and Alex Delvecchio have each won three times. The Hart Memorial Trophy, for most valuable player, and the James Norris Memorial Trophy, awarded to the league's best defenseman, have each been won nine times. Gordie Howe won the Hart six times and Nicklas Lidstrom won the Norris seven times. Three coaches have been honored with the Jack Adams Award a total of four times; Jacques Demers is the only person to have won the award in consecutive years as well as being the only coach to win twice with the same team.[23]

Gordie Howe
Gordie Howe won more awards than any other player in team history
Jack Adams
The Jack Adams Award is named in honor of Jack Adams
Jacques Demers
Jacques Demers won the Jack Adams Award in consecutive years
 Pavel Datsyuk
Pavel Datsyuk has won both the Frank J. Selke Trophy and the Lady Byng Memorial Trophy multiple times
Individual awards won by Detroit Red Wings players and staff
Award Description Winner Season References
Art Ross Trophy Regular season scoring champion Ted Lindsay 1949–50 [8][29]
Gordie Howe 1950–51
1951–52
1952–53
1953–54
1956–57
1962–63
Bill Masterton Memorial Trophy Perseverance, sportsmanship, and dedication to hockey Brad Park 1983–84 [30][31]
Steve Yzerman 2003–04
Calder Memorial Trophy Rookie of the year Carl Voss 1932–33 [17][32]
Jim McFadden 1947–48
Terry Sawchuk 1950–51
Glenn Hall 1955–56
Roger Crozier 1964–65
Conn Smythe Trophy Most valuable player of the playoffs Roger Crozier 1965–66 [13][33]
Mike Vernon 1996–97
Steve Yzerman 1997–98
Nicklas Lidstrom 2001–02
Henrik Zetterberg 2007–08
Frank J. Selke Trophy Forward who demonstrates the most defensive skill Sergei Fedorov 1993–94 [34][35]
1995–96
Steve Yzerman 1999–2000
Kris Draper 2003–04
Pavel Datsyuk 2007–08
2008–09
2009–10
Hart Memorial Trophy Most Valuable Player Ebbie Goodfellow 1939–40 [9][36]
Sid Abel 1948–49
Gordie Howe 1951–52
1952–53
1956–57
1957–58
1959–60
1962–63
Sergei Fedorov 1993–94
Jack Adams Award Coach of the year Bobby Kromm 1977–78 [23]
Jacques Demers 1986–87
1987–88
Scotty Bowman 1995–96
James Norris Memorial Trophy Defense player of the year Red Kelly 1953–54 [14][37]
Paul Coffey 1994–95
Nicklas Lidstrom 2000–01
2001–02
2002–03
2005–06
2006–07
2007–08
2010–11
King Clancy Memorial Trophy Leadership qualities on and off the ice, and humanitarian contributions within their community Brendan Shanahan 2002–03 [38][39]
Henrik Zetterberg 2014–15
Lady Byng Memorial Trophy Gentlemanly conduct Marty Barry 1936–37 [40][41]
Bill Quackenbush 1948–49
Red Kelly 1950–51
1952–53
1953–54
Earl Reibel 1955–56
Alex Delvecchio 1958–59
1965–66
1968–69
Marcel Dionne 1974–75
Pavel Datsyuk 2005–06
2006–07
2007–08
2008–09
Mark Messier Leadership Award Leadership and contributions to society Chris Chelios 2006–07 [42]
NHL Foundation Player Award Community service Darren McCarty 2002–03 [43]
Henrik Zetterberg 2012–13
NHL Lifetime Achievement Award Long term contributions to hockey Gordie Howe 2007–08 [12]
NHL Plus-Minus Award Highest Plus-minus Paul Ysebaert 1991–92 [12]
Vladimir Konstantinov 1995–96
Chris Chelios 2001–02
Pavel Datsyuk 2007–08
Ted Lindsay Award Most outstanding player in the regular season Steve Yzerman 1988–89 [24]
Sergei Fedorov 1993–94
Vezina Trophy Top goaltender Normie Smith 1936–37 [15][16]
Johnny Mowers 1942–43
Terry Sawchuk 1951–52
1952–53
1954–55
William M. Jennings Trophy Fewest goals given up in the regular season Chris Osgood 1995–96 [44][45]
Mike Vernon
Chris Osgood 2007–08
Dominik Hasek

All-Stars[edit]

NHL First and Second Team All-Stars[edit]

Syd Howe posing on the ice in a Philadelphia Quakers uniform
Syd Howe was a one-time second team All-Star

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.[46] Gordie Howe has been selected twenty-one times, more than any other player in league history.[10]

Detroit Red Wings selected to the NHL First and Second Team All-Stars[47]
Player Position Selections Season Team
Sid Abel Center 4 1941–42 2nd
1948–49 1st
1949–50 1st
1950–51 2nd
Jack Adams Coach 3 1936–37 1st
1942–43 1st
1944–45 2nd
Larry Aurie Right wing 1 1936–37 1st
Marty Barry Center 1 1936–37 1st
Carl Brewer Defenseman 1 1969–70 2nd
Chris Chelios Defenseman 1 2001–02 1st
Paul Coffey Defenseman 1 1994–95 1st
Roger Crozier Goaltender 1 1964–65 1st
Pavel Datsyuk Center 1 2008–09 2nd
Alex Delvecchio Center 2 1952–53 2nd
1958–59 2nd
Sergei Fedorov Center 1 1993–94 1st
Bill Gadsby Defenseman 1 1964–65 2nd
Gerard Gallant Left wing 1 1988–89 2nd
Bob Goldham Defenseman 1 1954–55 2nd
Ebbie Goodfellow Defenseman 3 1935–36 2nd
1936–37 1st
1939–40 1st
Glenn Hall Goaltender 2 1955–56 2nd
1956–57 1st
Flash Hollett Defenseman 1 1944–45 1st
Marian Hossa Right wing 1 2008–09 2nd
Gordie Howe Right wing 21 1948–49 2nd
1949–50 2nd
1950–51 1st
1951–52 1st
1952–53 1st
1953–54 1st
1955–56 2nd
1956–57 1st
1957–58 1st
1958–59 2nd
1959–60 1st
1960–61 2nd
1961–62 2nd
1962–63 1st
1963–64 2nd
1964–65 2nd
1965–66 1st
1966–67 2nd
1967–68 1st
1968–69 1st
1969–70 1st
Syd Howe Left wing 1 1944–45 2nd
Red Kelly Defenseman 8 1949–50 2nd
1950–51 1st
1951–52 1st
1952–53 1st
1953–54 1st
1954–55 1st
1955–56 2nd
1956–57 1st
Vladimir Konstantinov Defenseman 1 1995–96 2nd
Nicklas Lidstrom Defenseman 12 1997–98 1st
1998–99 1st
1999–2000 1st
2000–01 1st
2001–02 1st
2002–03 1st
2005–06 1st
2006–07 1st
2007–08 1st
2008–09 2nd
2009–10 2nd
2010–11 1st
Ted Lindsay Left wing 9 1947–48 1st
1948–49 2nd
1949–50 1st
1950–51 1st
1951–52 1st
1952–53 1st
1953–54 1st
1955–56 1st
1956–57 1st
Frank Mahovlich Left wing 2 1968–69 2nd
1969–70 2nd
Johnny Mowers Goaltender 1 1942–43 1st
John Ogrodnick Left wing 1 1984–85 1st
Chris Osgood Goaltender 1 1995–96 2nd
Marcel Pronovost Defenseman 4 1957–58 2nd
1958–59 2nd
1959–60 1st
1960–61 1st
Bill Quackenbush Defenseman 3 1946–47 2nd
1947–48 1st
1948–49 1st
Mickey Redmond Right wing 2 1972–73 1st
1973–74 2nd
Leo Reise Defenseman 2 1949–50 2nd
1950–51 2nd
John Ross Roach Goaltender 1 1932–33 1st
Terry Sawchuk Goaltender 7 1950–51 1st
1951–52 1st
1952–53 1st
1953–54 2nd
1954–55 2nd
1958–59 2nd
1962–63 2nd
Brendan Shanahan Left wing 2 1999–2000 1st
2001–02 2nd
Normie Smith Goaltender 1 1936–37 1st
Jack Stewart Defenseman 5 1942–43 1st
1945–46 2nd
1946–47 2nd
1947–48 1st
1948–49 1st
Norm Ullman Center 2 1964–65 1st
1966–67 2nd
Cooney Weiland Center 1 1934–35 2nd
Steve Yzerman Center 1 1999–2000 1st
Henrik Zetterberg Left wing 1 2007–08 2nd

NHL All-Rookie Team[edit]

Jimmy Howard on the ice, upright in front of his net
Jimmy Howard was named to the All-Rookie Team for the 2009–10 season

The NHL All-Rookie Team consists of the top rookies at each position as voted on by the Professional Hockey Writers' Association.[48] Steve Yzerman was the first Red Wing selected, in the 1983–84 season. Goaltender Jimmy Howard is the most recently selected player, having been named to the team in 2009–10.

Detroit Red Wings selected to the NHL All-Rookie Team[48]
Player Position Season
Sergei Fedorov Forward 1990–91
Jimmy Howard Goaltender 2009–10
Vladimir Konstantinov Defenseman 1991–92
Nicklas Lidstrom Defenseman 1991–92
Steve Yzerman Forward 1983–84
Henrik Zetterberg Forward 2002–03

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. Sixty-three All-Star Games have been held since 1947, with at least one player chosen to represent the Red Wings in each year. 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.[49]

Detroit has hosted five of the games. The 4th, 6th, 8th, and 9th games all took place at the Detroit Olympia.[50][51][52][53] On October 8, 1950 the Red Wings, winner of the 1950 Stanley Cup Finals, played a team of All-Stars in the 4th All-Star Game. Only 9,166 people attended the game, making it is the smallest attendance figure in All-Star Game history. Ted Lindsay scored the first hat trick in an All-Star Game, as the Red Wings won 7–1.[54] The 6th All-Star Game was held on October 5, 1952. For the second year in a row, the format had the First and Second Team All-Stars, with additional players on each team, play each other. After the game ended in a tie for the second year in a row, the NHL decided that they would continue with the previous format of the Stanley Cup winner playing an all-star team.[55] The Red Wings won both the 1954 Stanley Cup Finals and the 1955 Stanley Cup Finals and so hosted the 8th and 9th All-Star Games, each on October 2. The 1954 match ended in a 2–2 tie while the Red Wings won the 1955 game by a score of 3–1.[56] The 32nd National Hockey League All-Star Game was held at Joe Louis Arena in Detroit on February 5, 1980. The Wales Conference all-star team won for the fifth consecutive time. Gordie Howe, then of the Hartford Whalers, appeared in his twenty-third and final All-Star game, his first twenty-two coming during his career in Detroit.[57]

Marcel Pronovost played in 10 All-Star Games as a Red Wing
Mike Babcock at a press conference
Mike Babcock has coached two All-Star Games
Chris Osgood during a game
Chris Osgood was selected to play in two All-Star Games
Detroit Red Wings players and coaches selected to the All-Star Game
Game Year Name Position References
1st 1947 Ted Lindsay Left wing [58]
Bill Quackenbush Defenseman
Jack Stewart Defenseman
2nd 1948 Gordie Howe Right wing [59]
Tommy Ivan Coach
Ted Lindsay Left wing
Bill Quackenbush Defenseman
Jack Stewart Defenseman
3rd 1949 Sid Abel Center [60]
Gordie Howe Right wing
Tommy Ivan Coach
Ted Lindsay Left wing
Jack Stewart Defenseman
4th 1950 Sid Abel Center [61]
Steve Black Left wing
Joe Carveth Right wing
Gerry Couture Center
Lee Fogolin Defenseman
George Gee Center
Bob Goldham Defenseman
Gordie Howe Right wing
Tommy Ivan Coach
Red Kelly Defenseman
Ted Lindsay Left wing
Jim McFadden Center
Marty Pavelich Left wing
Jimmy Peters, Sr. Right wing
Marcel Pronovost Defenseman
Metro Prystai Center
Leo Reise Defenseman
Terry Sawchuk Goaltender
Gaye Stewart Left wing
5th 1951 Gordie Howe Right wing [62]
Red Kelly Defenseman
Ted Lindsay Left wing
Leo Reise Defenseman
Terry Sawchuk Goaltender
6th 1952 Bob Goldham Defenseman [63]
Gordie Howe Right wing
Tommy Ivan Coach
Red Kelly Defenseman
Tony Leswick Left wing
Ted Lindsay Left wing
Marty Pavelich Left wing
Terry Sawchuk Goaltender
Reg Sinclair Right wing
7th 1953 Alex Delvecchio Center [64]
Gordie Howe Right wing
Red Kelly Defenseman
Ted Lindsay Left wing
Metro Prystai Center
Terry Sawchuk Goaltender
8th 1954 Keith Allen Defenseman [65]
Marcel Bonin Left wing
Alex Delvecchio Center
Bill Dineen Right wing
Bob Goldham Defenseman
Gordie Howe Right wing
Red Kelly Defenseman
Tony Leswick Left wing
Ted Lindsay Left wing
Marty Pavelich Left wing
Don Poile Center
Marcel Pronovost Defenseman
Metro Prystai Center
Earl Reibel Center
Terry Sawchuk Goaltender
Jimmy Skinner Coach
Glen Skov Center
Johnny Wilson Left wing
Benny Woit Defenseman
9th 1955 Johnny Bucyk Left wing [66]
Real Chevrefils Left wing
Norm Corcoran Center
Alex Delvecchio Center
Bill Dineen Right wing
Warren Godfrey Defenseman
Bob Goldham Defenseman
Glenn Hall Goaltender
Larry Hillman Defenseman
Gord Hollingworth Defenseman
Gordie Howe Right wing
Red Kelly Defenseman
Ted Lindsay Left wing
Marty Pavelich Left wing
Marcel Pronovost Defenseman
Earl Reibel Center
Ed Sandford Left wing
Jimmy Skinner Coach
Jerry Toppazzini Right wing
Norm Ullman Center
10th 1956 Alex Delvecchio Center [67]
Glenn Hall Goaltender
Red Kelly Defenseman
Ted Lindsay Left wing
Jimmy Skinner Coach
11th 1957 Alex Delvecchio Center [68]
Glenn Hall Goaltender
Gordie Howe Right wing
Red Kelly Defenseman
Ted Lindsay Left wing
Marcel Pronovost Defenseman
12th 1958 Alex Delvecchio Center [69]
Gordie Howe Right wing
Marcel Pronovost Defenseman
13th 1959 Alex Delvecchio Center [70]
Gordie Howe Right wing
Marcel Pronovost Defenseman
Terry Sawchuk Goaltender
14th 1960 Gordie Howe Right wing [71]
Marcel Pronovost Defenseman
Norm Ullman Center
15th 1961 Sid Abel Coach [72]
Alex Delvecchio Center
Gordie Howe Right wing
Marcel Pronovost Defenseman
Norm Ullman Center
16th 1962 Alex Delvecchio Center [73]
Gordie Howe Right wing
Norm Ullman Center
17th 1963 Sid Abel Coach [74]
Alex Delvecchio Center
Gordie Howe Right wing
Marcel Pronovost Defenseman
Terry Sawchuk Goaltender
Norm Ullman Center
18th 1964 Sid Abel Coach [75]
Alex Delvecchio Center
Gordie Howe Right wing
19th 1965 Sid Abel Coach [76]
Alex Delvecchio Center
Bill Gadsby Defenseman
Gordie Howe Right wing
Marcel Pronovost Defenseman
Norm Ullman Center
20th 1967 Sid Abel Coach [77]
Alex Delvecchio Center
Gordie Howe Right wing
Norm Ullman Center
21st 1968 Gordie Howe Right wing [78]
Norm Ullman Center
22nd 1969 Gordie Howe Right wing [79]
Frank Mahovlich Left wing
23rd 1970 Carl Brewer Defenseman [80]
Gordie Howe Right wing
24th 1971 Gordie Howe Right wing [81]
25th 1972 Red Berenson Center [82]
26th 1973 Gary Bergman Defenseman [83]
27th 1974 Red Berenson Center [84]
Mickey Redmond Right wing
28th 1975 Marcel Dionne Center [85]
29th 1976 Dan Maloney Left wing [86]
30th 1977 Nick Libett Left wing [87]
31st 1978 Reed Larson Defenseman [88]
32nd 1980 Reed Larson Defenseman [89]
33rd 1981 Reed Larson Defenseman [90]
John Ogrodnick Left wing
34th 1982 John Ogrodnick Left wing [91]
35th 1983 Willie Huber Defenseman [92]
36th 1984 John Ogrodnick Left wing [93]
Steve Yzerman Center
37th 1985 John Ogrodnick Left wing [94]
38th 1986 John Ogrodnick Left wing [95]
39th 1988 Bob Probert Left wing [96]
Steve Yzerman Center
40th 1989 Steve Yzerman Center [97]
41st 1990 Steve Yzerman Center [98]
42nd 1991 Steve Yzerman Center [99]
43rd 1992 Tim Cheveldae Goaltender [100]
Sergei Fedorov Center
Steve Yzerman Center
44th 1993 Steve Chiasson Defenseman [101]
Paul Coffey Defenseman
Steve Yzerman Center
45th 1994 Paul Coffey Defenseman [102]
Sergei Fedorov Center
46th 1996 Scotty Bowman Coach [103]
Paul Coffey Defenseman
Sergei Fedorov Center
Nicklas Lidstrom Defenseman
Chris Osgood Goaltender
47th 1997 Viacheslav Fetisov Defenseman [104]
Brendan Shanahan Left wing
Steve Yzerman Center
48th 1998 Viacheslav Fetisov Defenseman [105]
Igor Larionov Center
Nicklas Lidstrom Defenseman
Brendan Shanahan Left wing
49th 1999 Nicklas Lidstrom Defenseman [106]
Larry Murphy Defenseman
Brendan Shanahan Left wing
50th 2000 Scotty Bowman Coach [107]
Chris Chelios Defenseman
Nicklas Lidstrom Defenseman
Brendan Shanahan Left wing
Steve Yzerman Center
51st 2001 Sergei Fedorov Center [108]
Nicklas Lidstrom Defenseman
52nd 2002 Scotty Bowman Coach [109]
Chris Chelios Defenseman
Sergei Fedorov Center
Dominik Hasek Goaltender
Nicklas Lidstrom Defenseman
Brendan Shanahan Left wing
53rd 2003 Sergei Fedorov Center [110]
Dave Lewis Coach
Nicklas Lidstrom Defenseman
54th 2004 Pavel Datsyuk Center [111]
Dave Lewis Coach
Nicklas Lidstrom Defenseman
55th 2007 Nicklas Lidstrom Defenseman [112]
56th 2008 Mike Babcock Coach [113]
Pavel Datsyuk Center
Nicklas Lidstrom Defenseman
Chris Osgood Goaltender
57th 2009 Mike Babcock Coach [114][115]
Pavel Datsyuk Center
Nicklas Lidstrom Defenseman
58th 2011 Nicklas Lidstrom Defenseman [116]
59th 2012 Pavel Datsyuk Center [117]
Jimmy Howard Goaltender
60th 2015 Jimmy Howard Goaltender [118]
61st 2016 Dylan Larkin Center [119]
62nd 2017 Frans Nielsen Center [120]
63rd 2018 Mike Green Defense [121]

All-Star benefit games[edit]

Prior to the institution of the National Hockey League All-Star Game the league held three different benefit games featuring teams of all-stars. The first was the Ace Bailey Benefit Game, held in 1934, after a violent collision with Eddie Shore of the Boston Bruins left Ace Bailey of the Toronto Maple Leafs hospitalized and unable to continue his playing career.[122] In 1937 the Howie Morenz Memorial Game was held to raise money for the family of Howie Morenz of the Montreal Canadiens who died from complications after being admitted to the hospital for a broken leg.[123] The Babe Siebert Memorial Game was held in 1939 to raise funds for the family of the Canadiens' Babe Siebert who drowned shortly after he retired from playing.[124]

Detroit Red Wings players and coaches selected to All-Star benefit games
Game Year Name Position References
Ace Bailey Benefit Game 1934 Larry Aurie Right wing [125]
Herbie Lewis Left wing
Howie Morenz Memorial Game 1937 Jack Adams Coach [126]
Marty Barry Center
Ebbie Goodfellow Defense
Normie Smith Goaltender
Babe Siebert Memorial Game 1939 Ebbie Goodfellow Defense [127]
Syd Howe Right wing

Career achievements[edit]

Hockey Hall of Fame[edit]

Many members of the Red Wings organization have been inducted into the Hockey Hall of Fame. This list includes all personnel who have ever been employed by the Detroit Red Wings in any capacity and have also been inducted into the Hockey Hall of Fame.

Ted Lindsay
Ted Lindsay was inducted in 1966
Detroit Red Wings inducted into the Hockey Hall of Fame
Individual Category Year inducted Years with Red Wings in category References
Sid Abel Player 1969 1938–52 [128]
Jack Adams Player 1959 none[c] [129]
Keith Allen Builder 1992 none[d] [130][131]
Al Arbour Builder 1996 none[e] [132][133]
Marty Barry Player 1965 1935–39 [134]
Andy Bathgate Player 1978 1965–67 [135]
Leo Boivin Player 1986 1965–67 [136]
Scotty Bowman Builder 1991 1993–2002 [137]
Johnny Bucyk Player 1981 1955–57 [138]
Chris Chelios Player 2013 1998–2009 [139]
Dino Ciccarelli Player 2010 1992–96 [140]
Paul Coffey Player 2004 1993–96 [141]
Charlie Conacher Player 1961 1938–39 [142]
Roy Conacher Player 1998 1946–47 [143]
Alec Connell Player 1958 1931–32 [144]
Murray Costello Builder 2005 none[f] [145]
Alex Delvecchio Player 1977 1951–73 [146]
Jim Devellano Builder 2010 1982–present [147]
Marcel Dionne Player 1992 1971–75 [148]
Bernie Federko Player 2002 1989–90 [149]
Sergei Fedorov Player 2015 1990–2003 [150]
Viacheslav Fetisov Player 2001 1995–98 [151]
Frank Foyston Player 1958 1926–28 [152]
Frank Fredrickson Player 1958 1926–27. 1930–31 [153]
Bill Gadsby Player 1970 1961–66 [154]
Eddie Giacomin Player 1987 1975–78 [155]
Ebbie Goodfellow Player 1963 1929–43 [156]
Glenn Hall Player 1975 1952–53, 1954–57 [157]
Doug Harvey Player 1973 1967 [158]
Dominik Hasek Player 2014 2001–02, 2003–04, 2006–08 [159]
George Hay Player 1958 1927–31, 1932–33 [160]
Hap Holmes Player 1972 1926–28 [161]
Gordie Howe Player 1972 1946–71 [19]
Mark Howe Player 2011 1992–95 [162]
Syd Howe Player 1965 1934–46 [163]
Brett Hull Player 2009 2001–04 [164]
Mike Ilitch Builder 2003 1982–present [165]
Tommy Ivan Builder 1974 1947–54 [166]
Duke Keats Player 1958 1926–27 [167]
Red Kelly Player 1969 1947–60 [168]
Brian Kilrea Builder 2003 none[g] [169]
Igor Larionov Player 2008 1995–2000, 2001–03 [170]
Herbie Lewis Player 1989 1928–39 [171]
Nicklas Lidstrom Player 2015 1991–2012 [20]
Ted Lindsay Player 1966 1944–57, 1964–65 [172]
Harry Lumley Player 1980 1944–50 [173]
Frank Mahovlich Player 1981 1968–71 [174]
Mike Modano Player 2014 2010–11 [175]
Larry Murphy Player 2004 1997–2001 [176]
Reg Noble Player 1962 1927–32 [177]
Bruce Norris Builder 1969 1955–82 [178]
James D. Norris Builder 1962 1932–66 [179]
James E. Norris Builder 1958 1932–52 [180]
Adam Oates Player 2012 1985–89 [181]
Brad Park Player 1988 1983–85 [182]
Bud Poile Builder 1990 none[h] [183]
Marcel Pronovost Player 1978 1950–67 [184]
Bill Quackenbush Player 1976 1942–49 [185]
Luc Robitaille Player 2009 2001–03 [186]
Borje Salming Player 1996 1989–90 [187]
Terry Sawchuk Player 1971 1949–55, 1957–64, 1968–69 [21]
Earl Seibert Player 1963 1943–46 [188]
Brendan Shanahan Player 2013 1996–2006 [189]
Darryl Sittler Player 1989 1984–85 [190]
Jack Stewart Player 1964 1938–50 [191]
Tiny Thompson Player 1959 1938–40 [192]
Norm Ullman Player 1982 1955–68 [193]
Rogie Vachon Player 2016 1978–80 [194]
Carl Voss Builder 1974 none[i] [195]
Jack Walker Player 1960 1926–28 [196]
Harry Watson Player 1994 1942–43, 1945–46 [197]
Cooney Weiland Player 1971 1933–35 [198]
Steve Yzerman Player 2009 1983–2006 [199]
John Ziegler Builder 1987 1959–77 [200][201]

Lester Patrick Trophy[edit]

Twenty-five members of the Red Wings organization have been honored with the Lester Patrick Trophy. The 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.[11] This list includes all personnel who have ever been employed by the Detroit Red Wings in any capacity and have also received the Lester Patrick Trophy.

Marcel Dionne walking down a red carpet on ice while wearing a Red Wings jersey
Marcel Dionne received the award in 2007
Members of the Detroit Red Wings honored with the Lester Patrick Trophy
Individual Year honored Years with Red Wings References
Jack Adams 1965–66 1927–63 [11][129]
Keith Allen 1987–88 1953–55 [11][131]
Al Arbour 1991–92 1953–54, 1956–58 [11][133]
Murray Armstrong 1976–77 1943–46 [11][202]
Red Berenson 2006–07 1970–75 [11][203]
Scotty Bowman 2000–01 1993–2008 [11][137]
Johnny Bucyk 1976–77 1955–57 [11][138]
Alex Delvecchio 1973–74 1951–77 [11][146]
Jim Devellano 2008–09 1982–present [11][147]
Marcel Dionne 2006–07 1971–75 [11][148]
Gordie Howe 1966–67 1946–71 [11][19]
Mark Howe 2016–17 1992–95 [162][204]
Mike Ilitch 1990–91 1982–present [11][165]
Tommy Ivan 1974–75 1947–54 [11][166]
Reed Larson 2006–07 1976–86 [11][205]
Ted Lindsay 2007–08 1944–57, 1964–65 [11][172]
Max McNab 1997–98 1947–51 [11][206]
Bruce Norris 1975–76 1955–82 [11][178]
James D. Norris 1971–72 1932–66 [11][179]
James E. Norris 1966–67 1932–52 [11][180]
Bud Poile 1988–89 1948–49 [11][183]
Terry Sawchuk 1970–71 1949–55, 1957–64, 1968–69 [11][21]
Cooney Weiland 1971–72 1933–35 [11][198]
Steve Yzerman 2006–07 1983–2006 [11][199]
John Ziegler 1983–84 1959–77 [11][200]

Foster Hewitt Memorial Award[edit]

Three members of the Red Wings organization have 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.[207]

Members of the Detroit Red Wings honored with the Foster Hewitt Memorial Award
Individual Year honored Years with Red Wings as broadcaster References
Budd Lynch 1985 1949–2012 [207][208]
Bruce Martyn 1991 1964–95, 1997 [207]
Mickey Redmond 2011 1979–81, 1986–present [207][209]
Dave Strader 2017 1985–96 [207][210]

Retired numbers[edit]

The Detroit Red Wings have retired seven numbers, which means that no player can use those uniform numbers again while part of the team. All of those players have been inducted into the Hockey Hall of Fame. The most recently retired number is that of Nicklas Lidstrom, whose number was retired on March 6, 2014.[18]

The Red Wings have also made the number 6 of Larry Aurie and the number 16 of Vladimir Konstantinov no longer available for issue. However, the numbers are not considered to be officially retired.[211] Although Aurie's uniform was retired in 1938 by James E. Norris, current team owner Mike Ilitch does not consider the number to be retired.[212] Konstantinov's number has not been issued to any player since he was permanently disabled in a vehicle accident after the 1997 Stanley Cup Finals.[213] Number 99 is also unavailable due to having been retired by the league in honor of Wayne Gretzky.[214]

The banners of seven retired numbers.  The banners, from left to right, read "Lidstrom 5" "Yzerman 19" "Sawchuk 1" "Delvecchio 10" "Lindsay 7" "Abel 12" "Howe 9". The Yzerman banner has a small "C" at the top right corner.
The banners with the retired numbers hanging at Joe Louis Arena.
Detroit Red Wings retired numbers
Number Player Position Years with Red Wings as a player Date of retirement ceremony References
1 Terry Sawchuk Goaltender 1949–55, 1957–64, 1968–69 March 6, 1994 [18][21]
5 Nicklas Lidstrom Defense 1991–2012 March 6, 2014 [18][20]
7 Ted Lindsay Left wing 1944–57, 1964–65 November 10, 1991 [18][172]
9 Gordie Howe Right wing 1946–71 March 12, 1972 [18][19]
10 Alex Delvecchio Center 1950–73 November 10, 1991 [18][146]
12 Sid Abel Center 1938–52 April 29, 1995 [18][128]
19 Steve Yzerman Center 1983–2006 January 2, 2007 [18][199]

Other awards[edit]

Bobby Baun, then with the Toronto Maple Leafs, in the penalty box during a game
Bobby Baun won the Charlie Conacher Humanitarian Award in 1970

Members of the club have also won various non-league awards that are designated for or typically given to NHL players. Bobby Baun was awarded the Charlie Conacher Humanitarian Award in 1970 for his work in the community. Pavel Datsyuk has won the Kharlamov Trophy as the best Russian in the league while Nicklas Lidstrom and Henrik Zetterberg have been recognized as the best Swede in the league with the Viking Award.

Detroit Red Wings who have received non-NHL awards
Award Description Winner Season References
Charlie Conacher Humanitarian Award For humanitarian or community service projects Bobby Baun 1969–70 [215][216]
Gary Bergman 1972–73 [216][217]
Golden Hockey Stick Best Czech ice hockey player Robert Lang 2003–04 [218][219]
Kharlamov Trophy Most valuable Russian player in NHL Sergei Fedorov 2002–03 [220]
Pavel Datsyuk 2010–11 [220][221]
2012–13 [222]
Viking Award Most valuable Swedish player in NHL Nicklas Lidstrom 1999–2000 [223][224]
2005–06
Henrik Zetterberg 2006–07
2007–08
2012–13

See also[edit]

Footnotes[edit]

  • a From 1993–94 through 2012–13, the Red Wings were members of the Western Conference.[225] The NHL realigned prior to the 2013–14 season and the Red Wings were placed in the Atlantic Division of the Eastern Conference.[226]
  • b From 1927–28 through 1937–38, the Prince of Wales Trophy was awarded to the regular season champion of the American Division.[3] From 1938-39 until 1966-67, the NHL had no divisions, and the trophy was given to the regular season champion of the league.[3][227] The trophy is currently presented to the post season champion of the Eastern Conference.[3]
  • c Jack Adams was head coach of the Red Wings from 1927–28 to 1946–47 and was also general manager of the team from 1927–28 to 1961–62.[228]
  • d Keith Allen played for the Red Wings during the 1953–54 and 1954–55 seasons.
  • e Al Arbour played for the Red Wings during the 1953–54, 1955–56, 1956–57, and 1957–58 seasons.
  • f Murray Costello played for the Red Wings during the 1955–56 and 1956–57 seasons.
  • g Brian Kilrea played for the Red Wings during the 1957–58 season.
  • h Bud Poile played for the Red Wings during the 1948–49 season.
  • i Carl Voss played for the Red Wings during the 1932–33 and 1933–34 seasons.

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