List of Edmonton Oilers award winners

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Edmonton Oilers awards
StanleyCup.jpg
The Edmonton Oilers have won the Stanley Cup (above) five times.
AwardWins
Stanley Cup5
Clarence S. Campbell Bowl7
Presidents' Trophy2
Art Ross Trophy9
Conn Smythe Trophy4
Hart Memorial Trophy10
Jack Adams Award1
James Norris Memorial Trophy2
King Clancy Memorial Trophy3
Lady Byng Memorial Trophy2
NHL Man of the Year Award *1
NHL Plus-Minus Award *4
Ted Lindsay Award8
Vezina Trophy1
Total
Awards won59

This is a list of Edmonton Oilers award winners.

League awards[edit]

Team trophies[edit]

Team trophies awarded to the Edmonton Oilers
Award Description Times won Seasons References
Stanley Cup NHL championship 5 1983–84, 1984–85, 1986–87, 1987–88, 1989–90 [1][2]
Clarence S. Campbell Bowl Campbell/Western Conference playoff championship 7 1982–83, 1983–84, 1984–85, 1986–87, 1987–88, 1989–90, 2005–06 [3]
Presidents' Trophy Most regular season points 2 1985–86, 1986–87 [4][5]

Individual awards[edit]

Individual awards won by Edmonton Oilers players and staff[6]
Award Description Winner Season References
Art Ross Trophy Regular season scoring champion Wayne Gretzky 1980–81 [7][8]
1981–82
1982–83
1983–84
1984–85
1985–86
1986–87
Connor McDavid 2016–17
2017–18
Ben Hatskin Trophy (WHA) Top goaltender Dave Dryden 1978–79 [9]
Conn Smythe Trophy Most valuable player of the playoffs Mark Messier 1983–84 [10][11]
Wayne Gretzky 1984–85
1987–88
Bill Ranford 1989–90
Gordie Howe Trophy (WHA) Most valuable player Dave Dryden 1978–79 [12]
Hart Memorial Trophy Most valuable player to his team during the regular season Wayne Gretzky 1979–80 [13][14]
1980–81
1981–82
1982–83
1983–84
1984–85
1985–86
1986–87
Mark Messier 1989–90
Connor McDavid 2016–17
Jack Adams Award Top coach during the regular season Glen Sather 1985–86 [15]
James Norris Memorial Trophy Top defenceman during the regular season Paul Coffey 1984–85 [16][17]
1985–86
King Clancy Memorial Trophy Leadership qualities on and off the ice and humanitarian contributions within their community Kevin Lowe 1989–90 [18][19]
Ethan Moreau 2008–09
Andrew Ference 2013–14
Lady Byng Memorial Trophy Gentlemanly conduct Wayne Gretzky 1979–80 [20][21]
Jari Kurri 1984–85
Lou Kaplan Trophy (WHA) Rookie of the year Wayne Gretzky 1978–79 [22]
NHL Man of the Year Award Sportsmanship and involvement with charitable groups Kevin Lowe 1989–90 [23]
NHL Plus-Minus Award Highest plus/minus Charlie Huddy 1982–83 [24]
Wayne Gretzky 1983–84
1984–85
1986–87
Paul Deneau Trophy (WHA) Player who displays gentlemanly conduct Mike Rogers 1974–75 [25]
Ted Lindsay Award Most valuable player as chosen by the players Wayne Gretzky 1981–82 [26]
1982–83
1983–84
1984–85
1986–87
Mark Messier 1989–90
Connor McDavid 2016–17
2017–18
Vezina Trophy Top goaltender Grant Fuhr 1987–88 [27][28]

All-Stars[edit]

WHA First and Second Team All-Stars[edit]

Edmonton Oilers selected to the WHA First and Second Team All-Stars[29]
Player Position Selections Season Team
Dave Dryden Goaltender 1 1978–79 1st
Wayne Gretzky Centre 1 1978–79 2nd
Al Hamilton Defence 2 1973–74 2nd
1977–78 1st
Dave Langevin Defence 1 1978–79 2nd
Barry Long Defence 1 1974–75 2nd
Blair MacDonald Right Wing 1 1978–79 2nd
Paul Shmyr Defence 1 1978–79 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.

Edmonton Oilers selected to the NHL First and Second Team All-Stars[6]
Player Position Selections Season Team
Paul Coffey Defence 5 1981–82 2nd
1982–83 2nd
1983–84 2nd
1984–85 1st
1985–86 1st
Grant Fuhr Goaltender 2 1981–82 2nd
1987–88 1st
Wayne Gretzky Centre 9 1979–80 2nd
1980–81 1st
1981–82 1st
1982–83 1st
1983–84 1st
1984–85 1st
1985–86 1st
1986–87 1st
1987–88 2nd
Jari Kurri Right Wing 5 1983–84 2nd
1984–85 1st
1985–86 2nd
1986–87 1st
1988–89 2nd
Connor McDavid Centre 3 2016–17 1st
2017–18 1st
2018–19 1st
Mark Messier Left Wing 4 1981–82 1st
1982–83 1st
1983–84 2nd
Centre 1989–90 1st

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.[30]

Edmonton Oilers selected to the NHL All-Rookie Team[30]
Player Position Season
Jason Arnott Forward 1993–94
Tom Gilbert Defence 2007–08
Connor McDavid Forward 2015–16
Boris Mironov Defence 1993–94
Ryan Nugent-Hopkins Forward 2011–12
Tom Poti Defence 1998–99
Justin Schultz Defence 2012–13
Geoff Smith Defence 1989–90

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 Oilers entered the league in 1979, with at least one player chosen to represent the Oilers in each year except 2004. 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.[31] Edmonton has hosted one of the games. The 40th took place at Northlands Coliseum.

  • dagger Selected by fan vote[32]
  • Hash-tag Selected as one of four "last men in" by fan vote
  • Up-arrow All-Star Game Most Valuable Player[33]
Edmonton Oilers players and coaches selected to the All-Star Game[6]
Game Year Name Position References
32nd 1980 Wayne Gretzky Centre [34]
Blair MacDonald Right Wing
33rd 1981 Wayne Gretzky Centre [35]
34th 1982 Paul Coffey Defence [36]
Grant Fuhr Goaltender
Wayne Gretzky Centre
Mark Messier Left Wing
35th 1983 Paul Coffey Defence [37]
Wayne GretzkyUp-arrow Centre
Jari Kurri Left Wing
Mark Messier Left Wing
36th 1984 Glenn Anderson Right Wing [38]
Paul Coffey Defence
Grant Fuhr Goaltender
Wayne Gretzky Centre
Jari Kurri (Did not play) Right Wing
Kevin Lowe Defence
Mark Messier Left Wing
Glen Sather Coach
37th 1985 Glenn Anderson Right Wing [39]
Paul Coffey Defence
Grant Fuhr Goaltender
Wayne Gretzky Centre
Mike Krushelnyski Centre
Jari Kurri Right Wing
Kevin Lowe Defence
Andy Moog Goaltender
Glen Sather Coach
38th 1986 Glenn Andersondagger Left Wing [40]
Paul Coffeydagger Defence
Lee Fogolin Defence
Grant FuhrdaggerUp-arrow Goaltender
Wayne Gretzkydagger Centre
Jari Kurridagger Right Wing
Kevin Lowe Defence
Mark Messier Left Wing
Andy Moog Goaltender
Glen Sather Coach
39th 1988 Glenn Anderson Left Wing [41]
Grant Fuhrdagger Goaltender
Wayne Gretzkydagger Centre
Jari Kurridagger Right Wing
Kevin Lowedagger Defence
Mark Messier Left Wing
Glen Sather Coach
40th 1989 Jimmy Carson Centre [42]
Grant Fuhrdagger Goaltender
Jari Kurridagger Right Wing
Kevin Lowedagger Defence
Mark Messier Centre
Glen Sather Coach
41st 1990 Jari Kurri Right Wing [43]
Kevin Lowedagger Defence
Mark Messier Centre
42nd 1991 Mark Messier Centre [44]
John Muckler Coach
Bill Ranford Goaltender
Steve Smith Defence
43rd 1992 Vincent Damphousse Left Wing [45]
44th 1993 Dave Manson Defence [46]
45th 1994 Shayne Corson Left Wing [47]
46th 1996 Doug Weight Centre [48]
47th 1997 Jason Arnott Centre [49]
48th 1998 Doug Weight Centre [50]
49th 1999 Roman Hamrlik Defence [51]
50th 2000 Tommy Salo Goaltender [52]
51st 2001 Janne Niinimaa Defence [53]
Doug Weight Centre
52nd 2002 Tommy Salo Goaltender [54]
53rd 2003 Eric Brewer Defence [55]
54th 2004 No Oilers selected [56]
55th 2007 Ryan Smyth Left Wing [57]
56th 2008 Shawn Horcoff Centre [58]
57th 2009 Sheldon Souray Defence [59]
58th 2011 Ales Hemsky (Did not play) Right Wing [60]
59th 2012 Jordan Eberle Right Wing [61]
60th 2015 Ryan Nugent-Hopkins Centre [62]
61st 2016 Taylor Hall Left Wing [63]
62nd 2017 Connor McDaviddagger Centre [64]
63rd 2018 Connor McDaviddagger Centre [65]
64th 2019 Connor McDaviddagger Centre [66][67]
Leon DraisaitlHash-tag Centre

All-Star Game replacement events[edit]

  • dagger Selected by fan vote[32]
Edmonton Oilers players and coaches selected to All-Star Game replacement events
Event Year Name Position References
Rendez-vous '87 1987 Glenn Anderson Left Wing [68]
Paul Coffeydagger (Did not play) Defence
Grant Fuhr Goaltender
Wayne Gretzky Centre
Jari Kurri Right Wing
Mark Messier Centre
Esa Tikkanen Right Wing

Career achievements[edit]

Hockey Hall of Fame[edit]

The following is a list of Edmonton Oilers who have been enshrined in the Hockey Hall of Fame.[69]

Edmonton Oilers inducted into the Hockey Hall of Fame[69]
Individual Category Year inducted Years with Oilers in category References
Glenn Anderson Player 2008 1980–1991, 1995–1996 [70]
Paul Coffey Player 2004 1980–1987 [71]
Clare Drake Builder 2017 1975–1976 [72]
Grant Fuhr Player 2003 1981–1991 [73]
Wayne Gretzky Player 1999 1978–1988 [74]
Jari Kurri Player 2001 1980–1990 [75]
Mark Messier Player 2007 1979–1991 [76]
Roger Neilson Builder 2002 1984 [77]
Adam Oates Player 2012 2003–2004 [78]
Jacques Plante Player 1978 1974–1975 [79]
Chris Pronger Player 2015 2005–2006 [80]
Pat Quinn Builder 2016 2009–2010 [81]
Glen Sather Builder 1997 1976–2000 [82]
Norm Ullman Player 1982 1975–1977 [83]

Foster Hewitt Memorial Award[edit]

One member of the Edmonton Oilers 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.[84]

Members of the Edmonton Oilers honored with the Foster Hewitt Memorial Award
Individual Year honored Years with Oilers as broadcaster References
Rod Phillips 2003 1973–2010 [84]

Retired numbers[edit]

The Edmonton Oilers have retired seven of their jersey numbers. Wayne Gretzky's number 99 was also retired league-wide on February 6, 2000.[85]

Edmonton Oilers retired numbers[86]
Number Player Position Years with Oilers as a player Date of retirement ceremony References
3 Al Hamilton Defence 1972–1980 October 10, 1980 [86]
7 Paul Coffey Defence 1980–1987 October 18, 2005 [86]
9 Glenn Anderson Right Wing 1980–1991, 1995–1996 January 18, 2009 [86]
11 Mark Messier Left Wing, Centre 1979–1991 February 27, 2007 [86]
17 Jari Kurri Right Wing 1980–1990 October 6, 2001 [86]
31 Grant Fuhr Goaltender 1981–1991 October 9, 2003 [86]
99 Wayne Gretzky Centre 1978–1988 October 1, 1999 [86]

Team awards[edit]

Community Service Award[edit]

The Community Service Award is an annual award given to a player chosen by the Oilers Hockey Operations department.[87][88]

Defenceman of the Year[edit]

The Defenceman of the Year award is an annual award given to the team's top defenceman as chosen by the Edmonton sports media.[87][88]

Molson Cup[edit]

The Molson Cup is an annual award given to "the player who accumulates the most votes in the three-star voting process" during the regular season.[88][89]

Most Popular Player[edit]

The Most Popular Player award is an annual award given to the team's most popular player as "selected by an on-line vote of Oilers fans."[87][88]

Top Defensive Forward[edit]

The Top Defensive Forward award is an annual award given to the team's top defensive forward as "selected by an on-line vote of Oilers fans."[87][88]

Top First Year Oiler[edit]

The Top First Year Oiler award is an annual award given to the team's top first year player as "selected by an on-line vote of Oilers fans."[87][88]

  • dagger Presented to the top playoff performer.[88]

Unsung Hero[edit]

The Unsung Hero award is an annual award given to the team's unsung hero as "selected by an on-line vote of Oilers fans."[87][88]

Zane Feldman Trophy[edit]

The Zane Feldman Trophy is an annual award given to the team's most valuable player as "selected by an on-line vote of Oilers fans."[87][88]

Other awards[edit]

Edmonton Oilers who have received non-NHL awards
Award Description Winner Season References
Charlie Conacher Humanitarian Award For humanitarian or community service projects Wayne Gretzky 1979–80 [90][91]
Lionel Conacher Award Canada's male athlete of the year Wayne Gretzky 1980 [92][93][94][95][96]
1981
1982
1983
1985
Lou Marsh Trophy Canada's top athlete Wayne Gretzky 1982 [97]
1983
1985

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