Wayne Gretzky and Skaters with the Most Scoring Titles (Art Ross Trophy)

The Art Ross Trophy, Awarded to the Year's Top Scorer (Most Points)

The Art Ross Trophy, Awarded to the Year's Top Scorer (Most Points) (nhl.com)

Wayne Gretzky has the most scoring titles (most points) of any hockey player – 11.  He and Joe Malone are the only skaters to win the scoring title for two different teams.

Twenty players have won it more than once, and every one of them is in the Hockey Hall of Fame.  In fact, even of those who won it just once (and are no longer active), only Herb Cain, Eric Lindros and Peter Forsberg (who hung up his skates at the end of last season) are not enshrined.

What I’m trying to say is, win one scoring title and you’re pretty much in the Hall of Fame; win two and you’re definitely in.

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SKATER # YRS PTS TEAM
1. Wayne Gretzky 11 1993-94 130 Los Angeles Kings
1990-91 163 Los Angeles Kings
1989-90 142 Los Angeles Kings
1986-87 183 Edmonton Oilers
1985-86 215 Edmonton Oilers
1984-85 208 Edmonton Oilers
1983-84 205 Edmonton Oilers
1982-83 196 Edmonton Oilers
1981-82 212 Edmonton Oilers
1980-81 164 Edmonton Oilers
1979-80 (T) 137 Edmonton Oilers
2. Gordie Howe 6 1962-63 86 Detroit Red Wings
1956-57 89 Detroit Red Wings
1953-54 81 Detroit Red Wings
1952-53 95 Detroit Red Wings
1951-52 86 Detroit Red Wings
1950-51 86 Detroit Red Wings
2. Mario Lemieux 6 1996-97 122 Pittsburgh Penguins
1995-96 161 Pittsburgh Penguins
1992-93 160 Pittsburgh Penguins
1991-92 131 Pittsburgh Penguins
1988-89 199 Pittsburgh Penguins
1987-88 168 Pittsburgh Penguins
4. Jaromir Jagr 5 2000-01 121 Pittsburgh Penguins
1999-00 96 Pittsburgh Penguins
1998-99 127 Pittsburgh Penguins
1997-98 102 Pittsburgh Penguins
1994-95 (T) 70 Pittsburgh Penguins
4. Phil Esposito 5 1973-74 145 Boston Bruins
1972-73 130 Boston Bruins
1971-72 133 Boston Bruins
1970-71 152 Boston Bruins
1968-69 126 Boston Bruins
6. Stan Mikita 4 1967-68 87 Chicago Black Hawks
1966-67 97 Chicago Black Hawks
1964-65 87 Chicago Black Hawks
1963-64 89 Chicago Black Hawks
7. Bobby Hull 3 1965-66 97 Chicago Black Hawks
1961-62 (T) 84 Chicago Black Hawks
1959-60 81 Chicago Black Hawks
7. Guy Lafleur 3 1977-78 132 Montreal Canadiens
1976-77 136 Montreal Canadiens
1975-76 125 Montreal Canadiens
9. Babe Dye 2 1924-25 46 Toronto St. Patricks
1922-23 37 Toronto St. Patricks
9. Bernie Geoffrion 2 1960-61 95 Montreal Canadiens
1954-55 75 Montreal Canadiens
9. Bill Cook 2 1932-33 50 New York Rangers
1926-27 37 New York Rangers
9. Bobby Orr 2 1974-75 135 Boston Bruins
1969-70 120 Boston Bruins
9. Charlie Conacher 2 1934-35 57 Toronto Maple Leafs
1933-34 52 Toronto Maple Leafs
9. Dickie Moore 2 1958-59 96 Montreal Canadiens
1957-58 84 Montreal Canadiens
9. Elmer Lach 2 1947-48 61 Montreal Canadiens
1944-45 80 Montreal Canadiens
9. Howie Morenz 2 1930-31 51 Montreal Canadiens
1927-28 51 Montreal Canadiens
9. Joe Malone 2 1919-20 49 Quebec Bulldogs
1917-18 48 Montreal Canadiens
9. Max Bentley 2 1946-47 72 Chicago Black Hawks
1945-46 61 Chicago Black Hawks
9. Newsy Lalonde 2 1920-21 43 Montreal Canadiens
1918-19 33 Montreal Canadiens
9. Sweeney Schriner 2 1936-37 46 New York Americans
1935-36 45 New York Americans
Daniel Sedin 1 2010-11 104 Vancouver Canucks
Henrik Sedin 1 2009-10 112 Vancouver Canucks
Evgeni Malkin 1 2008-09 113 Pittsburgh Penguins
Alex Ovechkin 1 2007-08 112 Washington Capitals
Sidney Crosby 1 2006-07 120 Pittsburgh Penguins
Joe Thornton 1 2005-06 125 Boston Bruins / San Jose Sharks
Martin St. Louis 1 2003-04 94 Tampa Bay Lightning
Peter Forsberg 1 2002-03 106 Colorado Avalanche
Jarome Iginla 1 2001-02 96 Calgary Flames
Eric Lindros 1 1994-95 (T) 70 Philadelphia Flyers
Marcel Dionne 1 1979-80 (T) 137 Los Angeles Kings
Bryan Trottier 1 1978-79 134 New York Islanders
Andy Bathgate 1 1961-62 (T) 84 New York Rangers
Jean Beliveau 1 1955-56 88 Montreal Canadiens
Ted Lindsay 1 1949-50 78 Detroit Red Wings
Roy Conacher 1 1948-49 68 Chicago Black Hawks
Herb Cain 1 1943-44 82 Boston Bruins
Doug Bentley 1 1942-43 73 Chicago Black Hawks
Bryan Hextall 1 1941-42 56 New York Rangers
Bill Cowley 1 1940-41 62 Boston Bruins
Milt Schmidt 1 1939-40 52 Boston Bruins
Toe Blake 1 1938-39 47 Montreal Canadiens
Gordie Drillon 1 1937-38 52 Toronto Maple Leafs
Busher Jackson 1 1931-32 53 Toronto Maple Leafs
Cooney Weiland 1 1929-30 73 Boston Bruins
Ace Bailey 1 1928-29 32 Toronto Maple Leafs
Nels Stewart 1 1925-26 42 Montreal Maroons
Cy Denneny 1 1923-24 24 Ottawa Senators
Punch Broadbent 1 1921-22 46 Ottawa Senators
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