Colorado Avalanche notable players and award winners


Colorado Avalanche notable players and award winners

This is a list of Colorado Avalanche notable players and award winners.

"Note: This article does not include any player or data of the Quebec Nordiques."


=Hall of Famers=

*Ray Bourque, D, 2000–01, inducted 2004
*Jari Kurri, F, 1997–98, inducted 2001
*Patrick Roy, G, 1995–03, inducted 2006

Retired numbers

*33 Patrick Roy, G, 1995–2003, number retired October 28, 2003
*77 Ray Bourque, D, 2000–01, number retired November 24, 2001

"Quebec also retired the number 3 of Jean-Claude (J.C.) Tremblay (D, 1972–79), the number 8 of Marc Tardif (LW, 1974–83), the number 16 of Michel Goulet (F, 1979–90), and the number 26 of Peter Stastny (F, 1980–90), but these numbers have been restored to circulation by Colorado. The number 99, formerly used by Wayne Gretzky is also retired league-wide since February 6, 2000."

Team captains

"Note: This list of team captains does not include captains from the Quebec Nordiques (WHA &NHL)."
*Joe Sakic, 1995- "present"
*Sylvain Lefebvre, 1997–98 (Interim)

First round draft picks

"Note: This list does not include selections of the Quebec Nordiques."
*1995: Marc Denis (25th overall)
*1996: Peter Ratchuk (25th overall)
*1997: Kevin Grimes (26th overall)
*1998: Alex Tanguay (12th overall), Martin Skoula (17th overall), Robyn Regehr (19th overall), & Scott Parker (20th overall)
*1999: Mikhail Kuleshov (25th overall)
*2000: Vaclav Nedorost (14th overall)
*2001: None
*2002: Jonas Johansson (28th overall)
*2003: None
*2004: Wojtek Wolski (21st overall)
*2005: None
*2006: Chris Stewart (18th overall)
*2007: Kevin Shattenkirk (14th overall)

Awards winners and trophies

Stanley Cup
*1995–96, 2000–01

Presidents' Trophy
*1996–97, 2000–01

Clarence S. Campbell Bowl
*1995–96, 2000–01

Art Ross Trophy
*Peter Forsberg: 2002–03

Calder Memorial Trophy
*Chris Drury: 1998–99

Conn Smythe Trophy
*Joe Sakic: 1995–96
*Patrick Roy: 2000–01

Hart Memorial Trophy
*Joe Sakic: 2000–01
*Peter Forsberg: 2002–03

King Clancy Memorial Trophy
*Shjon Podein: 2000–01

Lady Byng Memorial Trophy
*Joe Sakic: 2000–01

Lester Patrick Trophy
*Ray Bourque: 2002–03

Lester B. Pearson Award
*Joe Sakic: 2000–01

NHL Plus/Minus Award
*Joe Sakic: 2000–01 (shared with Patrik Elias of the New Jersey Devils)
*Peter Forsberg & Milan Hejduk: 2002–03

Rocket Richard Trophy
*Milan Hejduk: 2002–03

William M. Jennings Trophy
*Patrick Roy: 2001–02

Sheraton Road Performer Award
*Joe Sakic: 2003–04

NHL All-Star Game MVP
*Joe Sakic: 2004

NHL All-Rookie Team
*Chris Drury & Milan Hejduk: 1998–99
*John-Michael Liles: 2003–04


References

* [http://www.avalanchedb.com/index.htm Colorado Avalanche Database]

ee also

* Colorado Avalanche
* List of Colorado Avalanche players
* Head Coaches of the Colorado Avalanche
* Quebec Nordiques

External links

* [http://www.hockeydb.com The Internet Hockey Database]
* [http://www.coloradoavalanche.com Colorado Avalanche Official Web Site]


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