List of St. Louis Blues award winners

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St. Louis Blues awards
Award Wins
Clarence S. Campbell Bowl 2
Presidents' Trophy 1
Bill Masterton Memorial Trophy 2
Calder Memorial Trophy 1
Conn Smythe Trophy 1
Frank J. Selke Trophy 1
General Manager of the Year Award 1
Hart Memorial Trophy 2
Jack Adams Award 4
James Norris Memorial Trophy 2
King Clancy Memorial Trophy 1
Lady Byng Memorial Trophy 3
Lester Patrick Trophy 4
NHL Foundation Player Award 1
NHL Plus-Minus Award * 3
Ted Lindsay Award 2
Vezina Trophy 1
William M. Jennings Trophy 2
Total
Awards won 34

This is a list of St. Louis Blues award winners.

League awards

Team trophies

Team trophies awarded to the St. Louis Blues[1]
Award Description Times won Seasons References
Clarence S. Campbell Bowl West Division champions (1967–74) 2 1968–69, 1969–70 [2]
Presidents' Trophy Most regular season points 1 1999–2000 [3][4]

Individual awards

Individual awards won by St. Louis Blues players and staff[1]
Award Description Winner Season References
Bill Masterton Memorial Trophy Perseverance, sportsmanship and dedication to hockey Blake Dunlop 1980–81 [5][6]
Jamie McLennan 1997–98
Calder Memorial Trophy Rookie of the year Barret Jackman 2002–03 [7][8]
Conn Smythe Trophy Most valuable player of the playoffs Glenn Hall 1967–68 [9][10]
Frank J. Selke Trophy Forward who best excels in the defensive aspect of the game Rick Meagher 1989–90 [11][12]
General Manager of the Year Award Top general manager Doug Armstrong 2011–12 [13]
Hart Memorial Trophy Most valuable player to his team during the regular season Brett Hull 1990–91 [14][15]
Chris Pronger 1999–2000
Jack Adams Award Top coach during the regular season Red Berenson 1980–81 [16]
Brian Sutter 1990–91
Joel Quenneville 1999–2000
Ken Hitchcock 2011–12
James Norris Memorial Trophy Top defenseman during the regular season Al MacInnis 1998–99 [17][18]
Chris Pronger 1999–2000
King Clancy Memorial Trophy Leadership qualities on and off the ice and humanitarian contributions within their community Kelly Chase 1997–98 [19][20]
Lady Byng Memorial Trophy Gentlemanly conduct Phil Goyette 1969–70 [21][22]
Brett Hull 1989–90
Pavol Demitra 1999–2000
NHL Foundation Player Award Community service Kelly Chase 1997–98 [23]
NHL Plus-Minus Award Highest plus/minus Paul Cavallini 1989–90 [24]
Chris Pronger 1997–98
1999–2000
Ted Lindsay Award Most valuable player as chosen by the players Mike Liut 1980–81 [25]
Brett Hull 1990–91
Vezina Trophy Fewest goals given up in the regular season (1927–81) Glenn Hall 1968–69 [26][27]
Jacques Plante
William M. Jennings Trophy Fewest goals given up in the regular season (1981–present) Roman Turek 1990–91 [28][29]
Brian Elliott 2011–12
Jaroslav Halak

All-Stars

NHL First and Second Team All-Stars

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.

St. Louis Blues selected to the NHL First and Second Team All-Stars[1]
Player Position Selections Season Team
Glenn Hall Goaltender 1 1968–69 1st
Brett Hull Right Wing 3 1989–90 1st
1990–91 1st
1991–92 1st
Mike Liut Goaltender 1 1980–81 1st
Al MacInnis Defense 2 1998–99 1st
2002–03 1st
Adam Oates Center 1 1990–91 2nd
Alex Pietrangelo Defense 2 2011–12 2nd
2013–14 2nd
Chris Pronger Defense 3 1997–98 2nd
1999–2000 1st
2003–04 2nd
Brendan Shanahan Left Wing 1 1993–94 1st
Vladimir Tarasenko Right Wing 2 2014–15 2nd
2015–16 2nd
Roman Turek Goaltender 1 1999–2000 2nd

NHL All-Rookie Team

The NHL All-Rookie Team consists of the top rookies at each position as voted on by the Professional Hockey Writers' Association.

St. Louis Blues selected to the NHL All-Rookie Team[1]
Player Position Season
Jake Allen Goaltender 2012–13
2014–15
Brian Benning Defense 1986–87
Patrik Berglund Forward 2008–09
Rod Brind'Amour Forward 1989–90
Jim Campbell Forward 1996–97
Barret Jackman Defense 2002–03
Colton Parayko Defense 2015–16

All-Star Game selections

The National Hockey League All-Star Game is a mid-season exhibition game held annually between many of the top players of each season. Forty-three All-Star Games have been held since the Blues entered the league in 1967, with at least one player chosen to represent the Blues 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.[30] St. Louis has hosted two of the games. The 23rd and 39th took place at St. Louis Arena.

St. Louis Blues players and coaches selected to the All-Star Game[33]
Game Year Name Position References
21st 1968 Glenn Hall Goaltender [34]
22nd 1969 Al Arbour Defense [35]
Red Berenson Center
Scotty Bowman Coach
Glenn Hall Goaltender
Doug Harvey Defense
Ab McDonald Left Wing
Noel Picard Defense
Jacques Plante Goaltender
Jim Roberts Right Wing
23rd 1970 Red Berenson Center [36]
Scotty Bowman Coach
Phil Goyette (Did not play) Center
Glenn Hall (Did not play) Goaltender
Ab McDonald (Did not play) Left Wing
Barclay Plager Defense
Jacques Plante Goaltender
Jim Roberts Right Wing
Gary Sabourin Right Wing
Frank St. Marseille Right Wing
24th 1971 Red Berenson Center [37]
Scotty Bowman Coach
Tim Ecclestone Left Wing
Barclay Plager Defense
Gary Sabourin Right Wing
Ernie Wakely Goaltender
25th 1972 Garry Unger Center [38]
26th 1973 Barclay Plager Defense [39]
Garry Unger Center
27th 1974 Don Awrey Defense [40]
Barclay Plager Defense
Garry UngerUp-arrow Center
28th 1975 Garry Unger Center [41]
29th 1976 Garry Unger Center [42]
30th 1977 Garry Unger Center [43]
31st 1978 Garry Unger Center [44]
32nd 1980 Bernie Federko Center [45]
33rd 1981 Wayne Babych Right Wing [46]
Bernie Federko Center
Mike LiutUp-arrow Goaltender
34th 1982 Brian Sutter Left Wing [47]
35th 1983 Brian Sutter Left Wing [48]
36th 1984 Rob Ramage Defense [49]
37th 1985 Brian Sutter Left Wing [50]
38th 1986 Mark Hunter Right Wing [51]
Rob Ramage Defense
39th 1988 Rob Ramage Defense [52]
40th 1989 Brett Hull Right Wing [53]
41st 1990 Paul Cavallini Defense [54]
Brett Hulldagger Right Wing
42nd 1991 Brett Hulldagger (Did not play) Right Wing [55]
Adam Oates Center
Scott Stevens Defense
43rd 1992 Brett HulldaggerUp-arrow Right Wing [56]
Adam Oates Center
44th 1993 Jeff Brown (Did not play) Defense [57]
Garth Butcher Defense
Brett Hulldagger Right Wing
45th 1994 Brett Hulldagger Right Wing [58]
Curtis Joseph Goaltender
Brendan Shanahan Left Wing
46th 1996 Brett Hulldagger Right Wing [59]
Al MacInnis Defense
47th 1997 Brett Hulldagger Right Wing [60]
Al MacInnis Defense
48th 1998 Al MacInnisdouble-dagger Defense [61]
49th 1999 Pavol Demitra Left Wing [62]
Al MacInnisdagger Defense
Chris Pronger Defense
50th 2000 Pavol Demitra Right Wing [63]
Al MacInnis Defense
Chris Prongerdagger Defense
Roman Turek (Subbed for Dominik Hasek) Goaltender
Pierre Turgeon (Did not play) Center
51st 2001 Al MacInnis (Did not play) Defense [64]
Joel Quenneville Coach
Chris Prongerdagger (Did not play) Defense
52nd 2002 Pavol Demitra Left Wing [65]
Chris Prongerdagger Defense
53rd 2003 Al MacInnis Defense [66]
Doug Weight Center
54th 2004 Chris Pronger Defense [67]
Keith Tkachuk Left Wing
55th 2007 Bill Guerin Right Wing [68]
56th 2008 Manny Legace Goaltender [69]
57th 2009 Keith Tkachuk Left Wing [70]
58th 2011 David Backes Right Wing [71]
59th 2012 Brian Elliott Goaltender [72]
60th 2015 Brian Elliott Goaltender [73]
Kevin Shattenkirk Defense
Vladimir Tarasenko Right Wing
61st 2016 Vladimir Tarasenko Right Wing [74]
62nd 2017 Vladimir Tarasenko Right Wing [75]
63rd 2018 Alex Pietrangelo Defense [76]
Brayden Schenn Center

Career achievements

Hockey Hall of Fame

The following is a list of St. Louis Blues who have been enshrined in the Hockey Hall of Fame.[77]

St. Louis Blues inducted into the Hockey Hall of Fame[1][77]
Individual Category Year inducted Years with Blues in category References
Glenn Anderson Player 2008 1994–1995, 1996 [78]
Al Arbour Builder 1996 1970–1972 [79]
Scotty Bowman Builder 1991 1967–1971 [80]
Martin Brodeur Player 2018 2014–2015 [81]
Bernie Federko Player 2002 1976–1989 [82]
Cliff Fletcher Builder 2004 1966–1972 [83]
Emile Francis Builder 1982 1976–1983 [84]
Grant Fuhr Player 2003 1995–1999 [85]
Doug Gilmour Player 2011 1983–1988 [86]
Wayne Gretzky Player 1999 1996 [87]
Glenn Hall Player 1975 1967–1971 [88]
Doug Harvey Player 1973 1968–1969 [89]
Dale Hawerchuk Player 2001 1995–1996 [90]
Phil Housley Player 2015 1993–1994 [91]
Brett Hull Player 2009 1988–1998 [92]
Paul Kariya Player 2017 2007–2010 [93]
Guy Lapointe Player 1993 1982–1983 [94]
Al MacInnis Player 2007 1994–2003 [95]
Dickie Moore Player 1974 1967–1968 [96]
Joe Mullen Player 2000 1980, 1981–1986 [97]
Roger Neilson Builder 2002 1995–1998 [98]
Adam Oates Player 2012 1989–1992 [99]
Jacques Plante Player 1978 1968–1970 [100]
Chris Pronger Player 2015 1995–2004 [101]
Brendan Shanahan Player 2013 1991–1995 [102]
Peter Stastny Player 1998 1994–1995 [103]
Scott Stevens Player 2007 1990–1991 [104]

Foster Hewitt Memorial Award

One member of the St. Louis Blues 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.[105]

Members of the St. Louis Blues honored with the Foster Hewitt Memorial Award[1]
Individual Year honored Years with Blues as broadcaster References
Dan Kelly 1989 1968–1989 [105]

Lester Patrick Trophy

The Lester Patrick 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.[106] This list includes all personnel who have ever been employed by the St. Louis Blues in any capacity and have also received the Lester Patrick Trophy.

Members of the St. Louis Blues honored with the Lester Patrick Trophy[1]
Individual Year honored Years with Blues References
Emile Francis 1982 1976–1983 [106]
Dan Kelly 1989 1968–1989 [106]
Lynn Patrick 1989 1967–1977 [106]
Larry Pleau 2002 1997–present [106]

United States Hockey Hall of Fame

Members of the St. Louis Blues inducted into the United States Hockey Hall of Fame[1]
Individual Year inducted Years with Blues References
Tom Barrasso 2009 2002–2003 [107]
Red Berenson 2018 1967–1971, 1975–1982 [108]
Dave Christian 2001 1991–1992 [109]
Phil Housley 2004 1993–1994 [110]
Brett Hull 2008 1988–1998 [111]
Craig Janney 2016 1992–1995 [112]
Mark Johnson 2004 1985 [113]
Joe Mullen 1998 1980, 1981–1986 [114]
Doug Palazzari 2000 1974–1975, 1976–1979 [115]
Craig Patrick 1996 1974–1975 [116]
Larry Pleau 2000 1997–present [117]
Gordie Roberts 1999 1988–1990 [118]
Keith Tkachuk 2011 2001–2010 [119]
Doug Weight 2013 2001–2007 [120]
Scott Young 2017 1998–2002, 2005–2006 [121]

Retired numbers

The St. Louis Blues have retired seven of their jersey numbers and removed two others from circulation. The number 7 was honored on March 7, 2011, in tribute to four Blues who wore it – Red Berenson, Garry Unger, Joe Mullen, and Keith Tkachuk.[122] The number 14 was honored for Doug Wickenheiser who played for the team from 1984 to 1987.[122] Also out of circulation is the number 99 which was retired league-wide for Wayne Gretzky on February 6, 2000.[123] Gretzky played one season (1995–96) of his 20-year NHL career with the Blues and was the only Blues player who ever wore the number 99 prior to its retirement.[124][125]

St. Louis Blues retired numbers[1]
Number Player Position Years with Blues as a player Date of retirement ceremony References
2 Al MacInnis Defense 1994–2003 April 9, 2006 [1]
3 Bob Gassoff Defense 1974–1977 October 1, 1977 [1]
5 Bob Plager Defense 1967–1978 February 2, 2017 [126]
8 Barclay Plager Defense 1967–1977 March 24, 1981 [1]
11 Brian Sutter Left Wing 1976–1988 December 30, 1988 [1]
16 Brett Hull Right Wing 1988–1998 December 5, 2006 [1]
24 Bernie Federko Center 1976–1989 March 16, 1991 [1]

Other awards

St. Louis Blues who have received non-NHL awards
Award Description Winner Season References
Best NHL Player ESPY Award Best NHL player of the last calendar year Chris Pronger 2001 [127]
Charlie Conacher Humanitarian Award For humanitarian or community service projects Ed Staniowski 1978–79 [128]
Ed Kea 1980–81
Viking Award Most valuable Swedish player in NHL Alexander Steen 2013–14 [129][130]

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