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The following are lists showing the point- and goal-scoring leaders of the National Hockey League before the league issued trophies for such achievements. The point-scoring leader has been awarded the Art Ross Trophy since the 1947–48 NHL season, and the goal-scoring leader has been awarded the Maurice "Rocket" Richard Trophy since the 1998–99 NHL season.

NHL point-scoring leaders (1918–1947)Edit

These are the point-scoring leaders of the NHL from the league's first season (1917–18) until the 1946–47 season. Beginning with the 1947–48 NHL season, the point scoring leader was awarded the Art Ross Trophy.

Season Winner Team Pts Win #
1917–18 Malone, JoeJoe Malone Montreal Canadiens 48 1
1918–19 Lalonde, NewsyNewsy Lalonde Montreal Canadiens 32 1
1919–20 Malone, JoeJoe Malone Quebec Bulldogs 49 2
1920–21 Lalonde, NewsyNewsy Lalonde Montreal Canadiens 43 2
1921–22 Broadbent, PunchPunch Broadbent Ottawa Senators 46 1
1922–23 Dye, BabeBabe Dye Toronto St. Pats 37 1
1923–24 Denneny, CyCy Denneny Ottawa Senators 44 1
1924–25 Dye, BabeBabe Dye Toronto St. Pats 44 2
1925–26 Stewart, NelsNels Stewart Montreal Maroons 42 1
1926–27 Cook, BillBill Cook New York Rangers 37 1
1927–28 Morenz, HowieHowie Morenz Montreal Canadiens 51 1
1928–29 Bailey, AceAce Bailey Toronto Maple Leafs 32 1
1929–30 Weiland, CooneyCooney Weiland Boston Bruins 73 1
1930–31 Morenz, HowieHowie Morenz Montreal Canadiens 51 2
1931–32 Jackson, HarveyHarvey Jackson Toronto Maple Leafs 53 1
1932–33 Cook, BillBill Cook New York Rangers 50 2
1933–34 Conacher, CharlieCharlie Conacher Toronto Maple Leafs 52 1
1934–35 Conacher, CharlieCharlie Conacher Toronto Maple Leafs 57 2
1935–36 Schriner, SweeneySweeney Schriner New York Americans 45 1
1936–37 Schriner, SweeneySweeney Schriner New York Americans 46 2
1937–38 Drillon, GordieGordie Drillon Toronto Maple Leafs 52 1
1938–39 Blake, ToeToe Blake Montreal Canadiens 47 1
1939–40 Schmidt, MiltMilt Schmidt Boston Bruins 52 1
1940–41 Cowley, BillBill Cowley Boston Bruins 62 1
1941–42 Hextall, BryanBryan Hextall New York Rangers 56 1
1942–43 Bentley, DougDoug Bentley Chicago Blackhawks 73 1
1943–44 Cain, HerbHerb Cain Boston Bruins 82 1
1944–45 Lach, ElmerElmer Lach Montreal Canadiens 80 1
1945–46 Bentley, MaxMax Bentley Chicago Blackhawks 72 1
1946–47 Bentley, MaxMax Bentley Chicago Blackhawks 61 2

NHL goal-scoring leaders (1918–1998)Edit

These are the goal-scoring leaders of the NHL from the league's first season (1917–18) until the 1997–98 season. Beginning with the 1998–99 NHL season, the goal-scoring leader was awarded the Maurice "Rocket" Richard Trophy.

= Active players = 5-time winners
Maurice richard profile

Maurice Richard, the namesake for the current trophy, was the NHL's leading goal scorer five times

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Wayne Gretzky, five-time leading scorer

Season Winner Team Goals Win #
1917–18 Joe Malone Montreal Canadiens 44 1
1918–19 Newsy Lalonde[1] Montreal Canadiens 23 1
1918–19 Odie Cleghorn[2] Montreal Canadiens 23 1
1919–20 Joe Malone Quebec Bulldogs 39 2
1920–21 Cecil Dye Toronto St. Patricks 35 1
1921–22 Harry Broadbent Ottawa Senators 32 1
1922–23 Cecil Dye Toronto St. Pats 26 2
1923–24 Cy Denneny Ottawa Senators 22 1
1924–25 Cecil Dye Toronto St. Pats 38 3
1925–26 Nels Stewart Montreal Maroons 34 1
1926–27 Bill Cook New York Rangers 33 1
1927–28 Howie Morenz Montreal Canadiens 33 1
1928–29 Ace Bailey Toronto Maple Leafs 22 1
1929–30 Ralph Weiland Boston Bruins 43 1
1930–31 Charlie Conacher Toronto Maple Leafs 31 1
1931–32 Charlie Conacher Toronto Maple Leafs 34 2
1932–33 Bill Cook New York Rangers 28 1
1933–34 Charlie Conacher Toronto Maple Leafs 32 3
1934–35 Charlie Conacher Toronto Maple Leafs 36 4
1935–36 Bill Thoms[3] Toronto Maple Leafs 23 1
1935–36 Charlie Conacher[4] Toronto Maple Leafs 23 5
1936–37 Larry Aurie[5] Detroit Red Wings 23 1
1936–37 Nels Stewart[6] New York Americans 23 2
1937–38 Gordie Drillon Toronto Maple Leafs 26 1
1938–39 Roy Conacher Boston Bruins 26 1
1939–40 Bryan Hextall New York Rangers 24 1
1940–41 Bryan Hextall New York Rangers 26 2
1941–42 Lynn Patrick New York Rangers 32 1
1942–43 Doug Bentley Chicago Black Hawks 33 1
1943–44 Doug Bentley Chicago Black Hawks 38 2
1944–45 Maurice Richard Montreal Canadiens 50 1
1945–46 Gaye Stewart Toronto Maple Leafs 37 1
1946–47 Maurice Richard Montreal Canadiens 45 2
1947–48 Ted Lindsay Detroit Red Wings 33 1
1948–49 Sid Abel Detroit Red Wings 28 1
1949–50 Maurice Richard Montreal Canadiens 43 3
1950–51 Gordie Howe Detroit Red Wings 43 1
1951–52 Gordie Howe Detroit Red Wings 47 2
1952–53 Gordie Howe Detroit Red Wings 49 3
1953–54 Maurice Richard Montreal Canadiens 37 4
1954–55 Maurice Richard[7] Montreal Canadiens 38 5
1954–55 Bernard Geoffrion[8] Montreal Canadiens 38 1
1955–56 Jean Beliveau Montreal Canadiens 47 1
1956–57 Gordie Howe Detroit Red Wings 44 4
1957–58 Dickie Moore Montreal Canadiens 36 1
1958–59 Jean Beliveau Montreal Canadiens 45 2
1959–60 Bronco Horvath[9] Boston Bruins 39 1
1959–60 Bobby Hull[10] Chicago Black Hawks 39 1
1960–61 Bernard Geoffrion Montreal Canadiens 50 2
1961–62 Bobby Hull Chicago Black Hawks 50 2
1962–63 Gordie Howe Detroit Red Wings 38 5
1963–64 Bobby Hull Chicago Black Hawks 43 3
1964–65 Norm Ullman Detroit Red Wings 42 1
1965–66 Bobby Hull Chicago Black Hawks 54 4
1966–67 Bobby Hull Chicago Black Hawks 52 5
1967–68 Bobby Hull Chicago Black Hawks 44 6
1968–69 Bobby Hull Chicago Black Hawks 58 7
1969–70 Phil Esposito Boston Bruins 43 1
1970–71 Phil Esposito Boston Bruins 76 2
1971–72 Phil Esposito Boston Bruins 66 3
1972–73 Phil Esposito Boston Bruins 55 4
1973–74 Phil Esposito Boston Bruins 68 5
1974–75 Phil Esposito Boston Bruins 61 6
1975–76 Reggie Leach Philadelphia Flyers 61 1
1976–77 Steve Shutt Montreal Canadiens 60 1
1977–78 Guy Lafleur Montreal Canadiens 60 1
1978–79 Mike Bossy New York Islanders 69 1
1979–80 Blaine Stoughton[11] Hartford Whalers 56 1
1979–80 Charlie Simmer[12] Los Angeles Kings 56 1
1979–80 Danny Gare[13] Buffalo Sabres 56 1
1980–81 Mike Bossy New York Islanders 68 2
1981–82 Wayne Gretzky Edmonton Oilers 92 1
1982–83 Wayne Gretzky Edmonton Oilers 71 2
1983–84 Wayne Gretzky Edmonton Oilers 87 3
1984–85 Wayne Gretzky Edmonton Oilers 73 4
1985–86 Jari Kurri Edmonton Oilers 68 1
1986–87 Wayne Gretzky Edmonton Oilers 62 5
1987–88 Mario Lemieux Pittsburgh Penguins 70 1
1988–89 Mario Lemieux Pittsburgh Penguins 85 2
1989–90 Brett Hull St. Louis Blues 72 1
1990–91 Brett Hull St. Louis Blues 86 2
1991–92 Brett Hull St. Louis Blues 70 3
1992–93 Alexander Mogilny[14] Buffalo Sabres 76 1
1992–93 Teemu Selanne[15] Winnipeg Jets 76 1
1993–94 Pavel Bure Vancouver Canucks 60 1
1994–95[16] Peter Bondra Washington Capitals 34 1
1995–96 Mario Lemieux Pittsburgh Penguins 69 3
1996–97 Keith Tkachuk Phoenix Coyotes 52 1
1997–98 Peter Bondra[17] Washington Capitals 52 2
1997–98 Teemu Selanne[18] Mighty Ducks of Anaheim 52 2

NotesEdit

^1 During the 1918–19 season, there was a tie between Newsy Lalonde and Odie Cleghorn of the Montreal Canadiens.
^2 During the 1935–36 season, there was a tie between Bill Thoms and Charlie Conacher of the Toronto Maple Leafs.
^3 During the 1936–37 season, there was a tie between Larry Aurie of the Detroit Red Wings and Nels Stewart of the New York Americans.
^4 During the 1954–55 season, there was a tie between Maurice Richard and Bernard Geoffrion of the Montreal Canadiens.
^5 During the 1959–60 season, there was a tie between Bronco Horvath of the Boston Bruins and Bobby Hull of the Chicago Black Hawks.
^6 During the 1979–80 season, there was a tie between Blaine Stoughton of the Hartford Whalers, Charlie Simmer of the Los Angeles Kings and Danny Gare of the Buffalo Sabres.
^7 During the 1992–93 season, there was a tie between Alexander Mogilny of the Buffalo Sabres and Teemu Selanne of the Winnipeg Jets.
^8 The NHL played only 48 games during the 1994–95 season because of the 1994–95 NHL lockout.
^9 During the 1997–98 season, there was a tie between Teemu Selanne of the Mighty Ducks of Anaheim and Peter Bondra of the Washington Capitals.

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