2nd Annual Ultimate NHL Playoff Award Winners

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Conn Smythe/Hart Memorial (MVP):

From the top-seeded ’78-’79 Montreal Canadiens, winger Guy Lafleur! In 25 games, Lafleur posted 31 goals and 38 assists for 69 points. He was a +21 while putting 260 shots on goal. He scored six game-winning goals while only totaling 6 penalties in minutes. He finished with a total of 43 star points.

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(Photo via canadiens.nhl.com)

  • 2nd – EDM – C – Wayne Gretzky – 33 GP   38 G   41 A   79 P   +38   150 S   4 GWG   12 PIM   34 Star Points
  • 3rd – Wpg – C – Dale Hawerchuk – 18 GP   29 G   25 A   54 P   +22   134 S   3 GWG   6 PIM   27 Star Points
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Maurice “Rocket” Richard (Most Goals):

From the 6th-seeded ’84-’85 Edmonton Oilers, center Wayne Gretzky scored 38 goals in 33 games played.

Along with two assists, the Great One scored the game-tying goal in the Oilers' third-period comeback here in Game 2. (Photo via B. Bennett/SI.com)

Along with two assists, the Great One scored the game-tying goal in the Oilers’ third-period comeback here in Game 2. (Photo via B. Bennett/SI.com)

  • 2nd – MTL – RW – Guy Lafleur – 31   (in 25 GP)
  • 3rd – EDM – RW – Jar Kurri – 30   (in 33 GP)
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Art Ross (Most Points):

From the 6th-seeded ’84-’85 Edmonton Oilers, center Wayne Gretzky totaled 79 points over 33 games played.

Along with two assists, the Great One scored the game-tying goal in the Oilers' third-period comeback here in Game 2. (Photo via B. Bennett/SI.com)

Along with two assists, the Great One scored the game-tying goal in the Oilers’ third-period comeback here in Game 2. (Photo via B. Bennett/SI.com)

  • 2nd – EDM – D – Paul Coffey – 75   (in 33 GP)
  • 3rd – MTL – RW – Guy Lafleur – 69   (in 25 GP)
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Vezina (Best Goalie):

From the 4th-seeded ’73-’74 Boston Bruins, goaltender Gilles Gilbert! Despite a record of only 5-3-2, Gilbert posted a 2.00 goals against average and a .931 save percentage, both among tournament leaders. He also was among goaltender leaders in shutouts with four. Gilbert also finished with 16 Star Points.

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(Photo via goaliesarchive.com)

  • 2nd – LAK – Rogie Vachon – 10-6-0   2.00 GAA   .919 SV%   2 SO   9 Star Points
  • 3rd – PHI – Bernie Parent – 13-5-4   2.13 GAA   .921 SV%   4 SO   20 Star Points
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Lady Byng (Sportsmanship/High Standard of Play):

From the 6th-seeded ’84-’85 Edmonton Oilers, winger Jari Kurri! Over the course of the Kurri’s tournament (33 games), he posted very impressive offensive numbers (30 G, 34 A, 64 P), including one game-winning goal and 21 star points, without registering a single penalty!

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(Photo via oilersnation.com)

  • 2nd – MTL – RW – Guy Lafleur – 31 G   38 A   69 P   +21   260 S   6 GWG   6 PIM   43 Star Points
  • 3rd – Wpg – C – Dale Hawerchuk – 29 G   25 A   54 P   +22   134 S   3 GWG   6 PIM   28 Star Points
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James Norris Memorial (Best Defenseman):

From the 6th-seeded ’84-’85 Edmonton Oilers, defenseman Paul Coffey! Over 33 games, Coffey supplied an incredible amount of offense from the blue line with 13 goals and 62 assists for 75 points. He also posted a +17 plus/minus rating, three game-winning goals and 24 Star Points!

(Photo via George Tiedemann/Getty Images)

(Photo via George Tiedemann/Getty Images)

  • 2nd – EDM – D – Charlie Huddy – 6 G   27 A   33 P   +19   124 S   1 GWG   4 PIM   10 Star Points
  • 3rd – MTL – D – Larry Robinson – 4 G   25 A   29 P   +15   80 S   1 GWG   8 PIM   6 Star Points
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Ted Lindsay (Outstanding Player):

From the 31st-seeded ’84-’85 Winnipeg Jets, center Dale Hawerchuk! In just 18 games for the Jets, Hawerchuk scored 29 times and tallied 25 helpers for a total of 54 points. He was also a +22 with 134 shots on goal. He scored three game-winning goals while only totaling 6 penalties in minutes. He also totaled 27 Star Points.

Dale Hawerchuk (Photo via gamewornauctions.net)

Dale Hawerchuk (Photo via gamewornauctions.net)

  • 2nd – MTL – RW – Guy Lafleur – 31 G   38 A   69 P   +21   260 S   6 GWG   6 PIM   43 Star Points
  • 3rd – EDM – C – Wayne Gretzky – 38 G   41 A   79 P   +38   150 S   4 GWG   12 PIM   34 Star Points

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Tiger Williams (Most PIM):

From the 12th-seeded ’74-’75 Philadelphia Flyers, winger Dave Schultz, more commonly known as “the Hammer!” In 23 games played in the tournament, Schultz totaled 158 PIM, which included nine ejections!

(Photo via sportslistoftheday.com)

(Photo via sportslistoftheday.com)

That does it for the 2nd Annual Ultimate NHL Playoff Award winners!!! The end of this post officially marks the beginning of the UNP offseason, which entails team recaps before the qualifying tournaments for the 3rd Annual UNP!

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