Carey Price and Goalies Who Won Both the Hart and Vezina Trophies in the Same Season (MVP and Best Goalie)
Montreal Canadiens goalie Carey Price has joined an especially exclusive NHL club. He is one of only four goalies to win the Hart Trophy (NHL Season MVP) and Vezina Trophy (Best Goalie of Season) in the same year.
The Hart Trophy was first awarded following the 1923-24 season; the Vezina Trophy after the 1926-27 season. So, in 88 seasons (since 1926-27 and not including 2004-05) only five times has a goalie achieved the Hart-Vezina double.
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|1.||1961-62||Jacques Plante||Montreal Canadiens|
|2.||1996-97||Dominik Hasek||Buffalo Sabres|
|3.||1997-98||Dominik Hasek||Buffalo Sabres|
|4.||2001-02||Jose Theodore||Montreal Canadiens|
|5.||2014-15||Carey Price||Montreal Canadiens|
To see all the winners by school check out a previous Sports List of the Day post: Schools with the Most Heisman Trophy Winners. For a year-by-year or alphabetical list of all the winners, go to the source: heisman.com.
Since all that’s been covered, here’s a twist…how about the Top 10 Heisman Trophy winners that made it big in the NFL. That’s today’s list below, courtesy the Christian Science Monitor.
|Doak Walker||1948||Southern Methodist Mustangs||Detroit Lions|
|Paul Hornung||1956||Notre Dame Fighting Irish||Green Bay Packers|
|Roger Staubach||1963||Navy Midshipmen||Dallas Cowboys|
|O.J. Simpson||1968||USC Trojans||Buffalo Bills, San Francisco 49ers|
|Jim Plunkett||1970||Stanford Cardinal||New England Patriots, San Francisco 49ers, Oakland/LA Raiders|
|Tony Dorsett||1976||Pittsburgh Panthers||Dallas Cowboys, Denver Broncos|
|Earl Campbell||1977||Texas Longhorns||Houston Oilers, New Orleans Saints|
|Marcus Allen||1981||USC Trojans||LA Raiders, Kansas City Chiefs|
|Doug Flutie||1984||Boston College Eagles||Chicago Bears, New England Patriots, Buffalo Bills, San Diego Chargers|
|Barry Sanders||1988||Oklahoma State Cowboys||Detroit Lions|
It’s college football Saturday, and today’s list looks at all the Heisman Trophy winners, broken down by school.
The Heisman Trophy, given to the best NCAA college football player of the season, was first awarded in 1935 to Jay Berwanger, a halfback from the University of Chicago (the Maroons).
The Heisman has been awarded 76 times. The 2005 award, won by USC running back Reggie Bush, has been vacated.
You can see how football itself has changed from a running game in the early days through the 1970’s to the passing-focused one of today by looking at the positions of the winners over time. If you look at the chronological list of winners, courtesy wikipedia, you’ll notice that from 1935 to 1983, 36 of the 48 Heisman winners were halfbacks, fullbacks and running backs (including 12 RBs in a row 1972-1983).
Then, thereabouts, a shift. Starting around Doug Flutie in 1984, the passing game takes over. Through 2010, 16 of 27 winners were quarterbacks (including 9 of the last 11), and one, Tim Brown, was a wide receiver (he’s the only WR to win it).
|1.||Notre Dame||7||Angelo Bertelli, QB (1943); Johnny Lujack, QB (1947); Leon Hart, End (1949); Johnny Lattner, HB (1953); Paul Hornung, QB (1956); John Huarte, QB (1964); Tim Brown, WR (1987)|
|1.||Ohio State||7||Les Horvath, QB/HB (1944); Vic Janowicz HB/P (1950); Howard Cassady, HB (1955); Archie Griffin, RB (1974, 1975); Eddie George, RB (1995); Troy Smith, QB (2006)|
|3.||USC||6||Mike Garrett, HB (1965); O.J. Simpson, HB (1968); Charles White, RB (1979); Marcus Allen, RB (1981); Carson Palmer, QB (2002); Matt Leinart, QB (2004)|
|4.||Oklahoma||5||Billy Vessels, HB (1952); Steve Owens, FB (1969); Billy Sims, RB (1978); Jason White, QB (2003); Sam Bradford, QB (2008)|
|5.||Army||3||Doc Blanchard, FB (1945); Glenn Davis, HB (1946); Pete Dawkins, HB (1958)|
|5.||Auburn||3||Pat Sullivan, QB (1971); Bo Jackson, RB (1985); Cam Newton, QB (2010)|
|5.||Florida||3||Steve Spurrier, QB (1966); Danny Wuerffel, QB (1996); Tim Tebow, QB (2007)|
|5.||Michigan||3||Tom Harmon, HB (1940); Desmond Howard, WR (1991); Charles Woodson, CB/PR (1997)|
|5.||Nebraska||3||Johnny Rodgers, RB (1972); Mike Rozier, RB (1983); Eric Crouch, QB (2001)|
|10.||Florida State||2||Charlie Ward, QB (1993); Chris Weinke, QB (2000)|
|10.||Georgia||2||Frank Sinkwich, HB (1942); Herschel Walker, RB (1982)|
|10.||Miami||2||Vinny Testaverde, QB (1986); Gino Torretta, QB (1992)|
|10.||Navy||2||Joe Bellino, HB (1960); Roger Staubach, QB (1963)|
|10.||Texas||2||Earl Campbell, RB (1977); Ricky Williams, RB (1998)|
|10.||Wisconsin||2||Alan Ameche, FB (1954); Ron Dayne, RB (1999)|
|10.||Yale||2||Larry Kelley, End (1936); Clint Frank, HB (1937)|
|17.||Alabama||1||Mark Ingram, Jr., RB (2009)|
|17.||BYU||1||Ty Detmer, QB (1990)|
|17.||Boston College||1||Doug Flutie, QB (1984)|
|17.||Colorado||1||Rashaan Salaam, RB (1994)|
|17.||Chicago||1||Jay Berwanger, HB (1935)|
|17.||Houston||1||Andre Ware, QB (1989)|
|17.||Iowa||1||Nile Kinnick, HB (1939)|
|17.||LSU||1||Billy Cannon, HB (1959)|
|17.||Minnesota||1||Bruce Smith, HB (1941)|
|17.||Oklahoma State||1||Barry Sanders, RB (1988)|
|17.||Oregon State||1||Terry Baker, QB (1962)|
|17.||Penn State||1||John Cappelletti, RB (1973)|
|17.||Pittsburgh||1||Tony Dorsett, RB (1976)|
|17.||Princeton||1||Dick Kazmaier, HB (1951)|
|17.||South Carolina||1||George Rogers, RB (1980)|
|17.||SMU||1||Doak Walker, HB (1948)|
|17.||Stanford||1||Jim Plunkett, QB (1970)|
|17.||Syracuse||1||Ernie Davis, HB/LB/FB (1961)|
|17.||Texas A&M||1||John David Crow, HB (1957)|
|17.||TCU||1||Davey O’Brien, QB (1938)|
|17.||UCLA||1||Gary Beban, QB (1967)|