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2021 Art Ross Trophy Odds

 
Jan. 23, 2022
by VI News
VegasInsider.com

2021-22 Art Ross Trophy Odds

Odds To Win 2021-22 Art Ross Trophy (6/12/22)
Player (Team) Odds
Connor McDavid (Edmonton) -110
Leon Draisaitl (Edmonton) +110
Alexander Ovechkin (Washington) +350
Jonathan Huberdeau (Florida) +400
Steven Stamkos (Tampa Bay) +5000
Mikko Rantanen (Colorado) +10000
Brad Marchand (Boston) +12500
Auston Matthews (Toronto) +15000
Nathan MacKinnon (Colorado) +15000
Arteni Panarin (N.Y. Rangers) +15000
Evgeny Kuznetsov (Washington) +20000
Sebastian Aho (Carolina) +25000
Patrick Kane (Chicago) +25000

Odds Provided by bet365 - Subject to Change - Updated Sun. Jan. 23 - 6:54 PM ET

What is the Art Ross Trophy?

The Art Ross Trophy is given to the leading point scorer in the NHL after the regular-season ends. The award was named after Art Ross, a former player, coach, GM and (somewhat) hockey puck inventor.

The first award was given back in 1947, awarded to Montreal Canadiens' player Elmer Lach. Wayne Gretzky has won the award more times than any other player, totaling 10.

The Edmonton Oilers have seen great success with this award, mainly Gretzky. The Oilers have seen the Art Ross winner in four of the last five years, however. Connor McDavid won back-to-back awards through 2016-18, along with last season's award.

Past Art Ross Trophy Winners

  • 2020-21: Connor McDavid - Edmonton Oilers
  • 2019-20: Leon Draisaitl - Edmonton Oilers
  • 2018-19: Nikita Kucherov - Tampa Bay Lightning
  • 2017-18: Connor McDavid - Edmonton Oilers
  • 2016-17: Connor McDavid - Edmonton Oilers
  • 2015-16: Patrick Kane - Chicago Blackhawks
  • 2014-15: Jamie Benn - Dallas Stars
  • 2013-14: Sidney Crosby - Pittsburgh Penguins
  • 2012-13: Martina St. Louis - Tampa Bay Lightning
  • 2011-12: Evgeni Malkin - Pittsburgh Penguins
  • 2010-11: Daniel Sedin - Vancouver Canucks
  • 2009-10: Henrik Sedin - Vancouver Canucks
  • 2008-09: Evgeni Malkin - Pittsburgh Penguins
  • 2007-08: Alex Ovechkin - Washington Capitals
  • 2006-07: Sidney Crosby - Pittsburgh Penguins
  • 2005-06: Joe Thornton - Boston Bruins/San Jose Sharks


  
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