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The Edward J. DeBartolo Community Service Award is an award given to the Pittsburgh Penguins player(s) who have donated a considerable amount of time during the season to working on community and charity projects. It is named in memory of former Penguins owner Edward J. DeBartolo, who owned the team from 1978 to 1991.
List of winnersEdit
- 1991–92: Troy Loney and Phil Bourque
- 1992–93: Jim Paek and Shawn McEachern
- 1993–94: Ken Wregget and Tom Barrasso
- 1994–95: Ron Francis and Bryan Trottier
- 1995–96: Dave Roche
- 1996–97: Joe Dziedzic and Chris Tamer
- 1997–98: Chris Tamer (2) and Tyler Wright
- 1998–99: Rob Brown and Tyler Wright (2)
- 1999–00: Matthew Barnaby and Ian Moran
- 2000–01: Bob Boughner
- 2001–02: Andrew Ference
- 2002–03: Johan Hedberg and Steve McKenna
- 2003–04: Steve McKenna (2) and Rico Fata
- 2005–06: Ryan Malone, Ryan Whitney, Marc-Andre Fleury and Colby Armstrong
- 2006–07: Mark Recchi
- 2007–08: Georges Laraque
- 2009-10: Sidney Crosby
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