Art Ross Trophy is awarded annually to the player who leads the NATIONAL HOCKEY LEAGUE
in scoring points during the regular season. If there is a tie at the end of the season, the trophy is awarded to the player with the most goals. It was first presented in 1947 by Arthur Howie Ross, former manager of Boston Bruins. Gordie HOWE
and Mario LEMIEUX
each won it 6 times, Phil ESPOSITO
5, Stan MIKITA
4, and Guy LAFLEUR
3. Wayne GRETZKY
won the award an unprecedented 10 times.