List of New Jersey Devils award winners

New Jersey Devils awards
The engraved names of the 1999–2000 New Jersey Devils on the Stanley Cup.
Award Wins
Stanley Cup 3
Prince of Wales Trophy 5
Bill Masterton Memorial Trophy 2
Calder Memorial Trophy 2
Conn Smythe Trophy 2
Frank J. Selke Trophy 1
Hart Memorial Trophy 1
Jack Adams Award 1
James Norris Memorial Trophy 1
Lester Patrick Trophy 4
NHL Plus-Minus Award * 2
Vezina Trophy 4
William M. Jennings Trophy 5
Total
Awards won 33

The New Jersey Devils are an American professional ice hockey team based in Newark, New Jersey. They are members of the Metropolitan Division of the Eastern Conference in the National Hockey League (NHL). The Devils entered the League as the Kansas City Scouts in 1974. After just two years in Kansas City, they moved to Denver, Colorado, where they were known as the Colorado Rockies. In 1982, the team moved again to New Jersey. They currently play their home games at the Prudential Center.

The franchise and its members have won numerous team and individual awards and honors. They have captured the Prince of Wales Trophy as the Eastern Conference playoff champion five times, while they have also won Stanley Cup three times, in 1995, 2000 and 2003. Former goaltender Martin Brodeur is the team's most decorated player, having won the Vezina Trophy four times and the William M. Jennings Trophy five times, and the Calder Memorial Trophy once, along with several selections to the NHL First and Second All-Star teams. Scott Stevens played in ten NHL All-Star Games, more than any player in team history.

Five players have had their numbers retired by the team. Patrik Elias the most recent, having his #26 retired on February 24, 2018. Brodeur's #30 in 2016, Stevens' #4 and Ken Daneyko's #3 were removed from circulation in 2006, while Scott Niedermayer's #27 was retired in 2011. Stevens is also one of several Hockey Hall of Famers who were associated with the Devils. Joe Nieuwendyk, Doug Gilmour, Peter Stastny, Viacheslav Fetisov and Igor Larionov each spent time in New Jersey during their Hall of Fame careers, while head coach Herb Brooks and general manager Lou Lamoriello have been inducted as builders. Longtime broadcaster Mike Emrick was enshrined in 2009 as a "Media honoree."

The Devils have four internal team awards. The Three-Star Award is awarded to the player who earns the most three-star selections throughout the season, while the Hugh Delano Unsung Hero, the Devils' Players' Player, and the Most Valuable Devil awards are presented towards the end of each season.

League awards

Team trophies

The Devils have won the Eastern (previously the Wales) Conference five times in franchise history, and have won the Stanley Cup three times, most recently in 2003.[1][2]

Team trophies awarded to the New Jersey Devils
Award Description Times won Seasons References
Stanley Cup NHL championship 3 1994–95, 1999–2000, 2002–03 [2][3]
Prince of Wales Trophy Eastern Conference playoff championship51994–95, 1999–2000, 2000–01, 2002–03, 2011–12 [4]

Individual awards

Martin Brodeur is the Devils' most decorated player. He has won the Vezina Trophy four times and the Jennings Trophy five times. He has also won the Calder Memorial Trophy as the NHL rookie of the year, and has made the First or Second All-Star Team seven times.[5]

Former Devils' captain Scott Stevens earned several honors during his tenure with the team. He was named to four All-Star teams, and led the league in plus-minus during the 1993–94 season.[5] Scott Niedermayer won the James Norris Memorial Trophy as the league's best defenseman in 2004, and was a member of three All-Star teams, including the NHL All-Rookie Team.[5]

Individual awards won by New Jersey Devils players and staff[6]
Award Description Winner Season References
Bill Masterton Memorial Trophy Perseverance, sportsmanship, and dedication to hockey Ken Daneyko 1999–2000 [7][8]
Brian Boyle 2017–18
Calder Memorial Trophy Rookie of the year Martin Brodeur1993–94 [9][10]
Scott Gomez 1999–2000
Conn Smythe Trophy Most valuable player of the playoffs Claude Lemieux 1994–95 [11][12]
Scott Stevens 1999–2000
E.J. McGuire Award of Excellence Prospect who best exemplifies character, competitiveness and athleticism. Nico Hischier 2017–18 [13]
Frank J. Selke Trophy Forward who best excels in the defensive aspect of the game John Madden 2000–01 [14][15]
Hart Memorial Trophy Most valuable player to his team during the regular season Taylor Hall2017–18 [16][17]
Jack Adams Award Top coach during the regular season Jacques Lemaire1993–94 [18]
James Norris Memorial Trophy Top defenseman during the regular season Scott Niedermayer2003–04 [19][20]
NHL Plus-Minus Award Highest plus/minus Scott Stevens 1993–94 [21]
Patrik Elias 2000–01
Vezina Trophy Top goaltender Martin Brodeur 2002–03 [22][23]
2003–04
2006–07
2007–08
William M. Jennings Trophy Fewest goals given up in the regular season Martin Brodeur 1996–97 [24][25]
Mike Dunham
Martin Brodeur 1997–98
2002–03
2003–04
2009–10

All-Stars

NHL First and Second Team All-Stars

The NHL First and Second Team All-Stars consists of the top players at each position as voted on by the Professional Hockey Writers' Association.

New Jersey Devils selected to the NHL First and Second Team All-Stars[6]
Player Position Selections Season Team
Martin Brodeur Goaltender 7 1996–97 2nd
1997–98 2nd
2002–03 1st
2003–04 1st
2005–06 2nd
2006–07 1st
2007–08 2nd
Patrik Elias Left Wing 1 2000–01 1st
Taylor Hall Left Wing 1 2017–18 1st
Ilya Kovalchuk Left Wing 1 2011–12 1st
Scott Niedermayer Defense 2 1997–98 2nd
2003–04 1st
Zach Parise Left Wing 1 2008–09 2nd
Scott Stevens Defense 4 1991–92 2nd
1993–94 1st
1996–97 2nd
2000–01 2nd

NHL All-Rookie Team

The NHL All-Rookie Team consists of the top rookies at each position as voted on by the Professional Hockey Writers' Association.

New Jersey Devils selected to the NHL All-Rookie Team[6]
Player Position Season
Martin Brodeur Goaltender 1993–94
Will Butcher Defense 2017–18
Patrik Elias Forward 1997–98
Scott Gomez Forward 1999–2000
Adam Henrique Forward 2011–12
Scott Niedermayer Defense 1992–93
Brian Rafalski Defense 1999–2000
Petr Sykora Forward 1995–96
Kevin Todd Forward 1991–92
Eric Weinrich Defense 1990–91
Colin White Defense 2000–01

All-Star Game selections

The National Hockey League All-Star Game is a mid-season exhibition game held annually between many of the top players of each season. Twenty-nine All-Star Games have been held since the Devils arrived in New Jersey, with at least one player representing the Devils in each year. In total, 17 players have been selected to represent the Devils during the competition. The All-Star game has not been held in various years: 1979 and 1987 due to the 1979 Challenge Cup and Rendez-vous '87 series between the NHL and the Soviet national team, respectively, 1995, 2005, and 2013 as a result of labor stoppages, and 2006, 2010, and 2014 because of the Winter Olympic Games.[26]

The Devils hosted the 1984 All-Star Game at the Meadowlands Arena. The Wales Conference defeated the Campbell Conference 7–6; Devils goaltender Glenn Resch got the win for the Wales, while defenseman Joe Cirella added a goal and an assist.[27] Scott Stevens was named to 11 All-Star games, and played in ten, both team records. Devils coaches Jacques Lemaire, Robbie Ftorek and Larry Robinson have all served as coaches for All-Star teams.

During All-Star Weekend, the NHL also holds a YoungStars Game for first- and second-year players.[27] The Devils have sent three players: Paul Martin, Zach Parise and David Clarkson. Two others, Adam Henrique and Adam Larsson, were selected in 2012 but did not attend due to injuries. Parise was the MVP of the 2007 game, after scoring two goals and four assists.[27] Defenseman Scott Niedermayer has also won the Fastest Skater event during the SuperSkills Competition twice, in 1998 and 2004.[28]

  • Selected by fan vote[29]
New Jersey Devils franchise players and coaches selected to the All-Star Game[30]
Game Year Name Position References
28th 1975 Simon Nolet Right Wing [31]
29th 1976 Wilf Paiement Right Wing [32]
30th 1977 Wilf Paiement Right Wing [33]
31st 1978 Barry Beck Defense [34]
Wilf Paiement Right Wing
32nd 1980 Mike McEwen Defense [35]
33rd 1981 Rob Ramage Defense [36]
34th 1982 Don Lever Center [37]
35th 1983 Hector Marini Right Wing [38]
36th 1984 Joe Cirella Defense [39]
Glenn Resch Goaltender
37th 1985 Kirk Muller Center [40]
Phil Russell Defense
38th 1986 Kirk Muller Center [41]
39th 1988 Kirk Muller Center [42]
40th 1989 Sean Burke Goaltender [43]
John MacLean Right Wing
41st 1990 Kirk Muller Center [44]
42nd 1991 John MacLean Right Wing [45]
43rd 1992 Scott Stevens Defense [46]
44th 1993 Craig Billington Goaltender [47]
Scott Stevens Defense
45th 1994 Scott Stevens Defense [48]
46th 1996 Martin Brodeur Goaltender [49]
Scott Stevens Defense
47th 1997 Martin Brodeur Goaltender [50]
Scott Stevens Defense
48th 1998 Martin Brodeur Goaltender [51]
Bobby Holik Center
Jacques Lemaire Coach
Scott Niedermayer Defense
Scott Stevens Defense
49th 1999 Martin Brodeur Goaltender [52][53]
Robbie Ftorek Assistant coach
Bobby Holik Center
Scott Stevens Defense
50th 2000 Martin Brodeur Goaltender [54][55]
Patrik Elias Left Wing
Robbie Ftorek Assistant coach
Scott Gomez Center
Scott Stevens Defense
51st 2001 Martin Brodeur Goaltender [56][57][58]
Alexander Mogilny (Did not play) Right Wing
Scott Niedermayer Defense
Larry Robinson Assistant coach
Scott Stevens Defense
52nd 2002 Patrik Elias Left Wing [59]
Brian Rafalski (Did not play) Defense
53rd 2003 Martin Brodeur Goaltender [60]
Scott Stevens Defense
54th 2004 Martin Brodeur Goaltender [61]
Scott Niedermayer Defense
Brian Rafalski Defense
Scott Stevens (Did not play) Defense
55th 2007 Martin Brodeur Goaltender [62]
Brian Rafalski Defense
56th 2008 Martin Brodeur (Did not play) Goaltender [63][64]
57th 2009 Zach Parise Left Wing [65]
58th 2011 Patrik Elias Left Wing [66]
59th 2012 No Devils selected &
[67]
60th 2015 Patrik Elias Left Wing [68]
61st 2016 Cory Schneider Goaltender [69]
62nd 2017 Taylor Hall Left Wing [70]
63rd 2018 Taylor Hall (Did not play) Left Wing [71][72]
Brian Boyle (Subbed for Hall) Center

All-Star Game replacement events

New Jersey Devils franchise players and coaches selected to All-Star Game replacement events[30]
Event Year Name Position References
Challenge Cup 1979 Barry Beck Defense [73]
Rendez-vous '87 1987 Kirk Muller Left Wing [74]

Career achievements

Hockey Hall of Fame

Several members of the Devils organization have been honored by the Hockey Hall of Fame during the team's history in New Jersey. Peter Stastny was the first former Devils to be inducted, gaining election in 1998. Stastny played part of four seasons with the Devils, scoring 173 points in 217 games. Former teammate Viacheslav Fetisov joined him in 2001; the Russian defenseman played six years in New Jersey, and was an assistant coach from 1999 to 2002. Scott Stevens, the team captain for 13 years, was inducted in 2007, the first Hall member to earn his credentials primarily as a member of the Devils. In 2008, Igor Larionov was inducted into the Hall; he played his final season with the Devils in the 2003–04 NHL season. Devils coaches Jacques Lemaire (inducted 1984) and Larry Robinson (inducted 1995) were inducted as players prior to their involvement with the Devils organization.

In addition to players, two members of team management have been inducted in the "Builders" category. Former coach Herb Brooks, the man behind the United States' improbable "Miracle on Ice" victory in the 1980 Winter Olympics, was inducted in 2006. Brooks coached the Devils during the 1992–93 campaign. Three years later, longtime general manager Lou Lamoriello was inducted. Lamoriello, the team's third GM, has been with the team since 1987, and is considered responsible for engineering the franchise's success.[75]

New Jersey Devils inducted into the Hockey Hall of Fame[76][77]
Individual Category Year inducted Years with franchise in category References
Dave Andreychuk Player 2017 1996–1999 [78]
Martin Brodeur Player 2018 1991–2014 [79]
Herb Brooks Builder 2006 1992–1993 [80]
Viacheslav Fetisov Player 2001 1989–1995 [81]
Doug Gilmour Player 2011 1997–1998 [82]
Phil Housley Player 2015 1996 [83]
Lou Lamoriello Builder 2009 1987–2015 [84]
Igor Larionov Player 2008 2003–2004 [85]
Lanny McDonald Player 1992 1979–1981 [86]
Scott Niedermayer Player 2013 1991–2004 [87]
Joe Nieuwendyk Player 2011 2002–2003 [88]
Brendan Shanahan Player 2013 1987–1991, 2008–2009 [89]
Peter Stastny Player 1998 1990–1993 [90]
Scott Stevens Player 2007 1991–2004 [91]

Foster Hewitt Memorial Award

The Foster Hewitt Memorial Award is presented by the Hockey Hall of Fame to members of the radio and television industry who make outstanding contributions to their profession and the game of ice hockey during their broadcasting career.[92] In 2008, longtime Devils television broadcaster Mike "Doc" Emrick was honored with the award for his years of play-by-play broadcasting for the Devils and various other networks and teams.[93] In addition to the Devils, Emrick is the regular play-by-play announcer for the NHL on NBC, and has covered multiple Olympic broadcasts.[94]

Members of the New Jersey Devils honored with the Foster Hewitt Memorial Award
Individual Year honored Years with Devils as broadcaster References
Mike Emrick 2008 1982–1986, 1993–2011 [95]

Lester Patrick Trophy

Eight members of the Devils organization have been honored with the Lester Patrick Trophy. The trophy has been presented by the National Hockey League and USA Hockey since 1966 to honor a recipient's contribution to ice hockey in the United States.[96] This list includes all personnel who have ever been employed by the New Jersey Devils in any capacity and have also received the Lester Patrick Trophy.

Members of the New Jersey Devils honored with the Lester Patrick Trophy
Individual Year honored Years with Devils References
Herb Brooks 2002 1992–1993 [97]
Neal Broten 1998 1995–1996 [97]
Mike Emrick 2004 1982–1986, 1993–2011 [97]
Phil Housley 2008 1996 [97]
Mark Johnson 2011 1985–1990 [97]
Lou Lamoriello 1992 1987–2015 [97]
Max McNab 1998 1983–1987 [97]
Lou Vairo 2000 1984–1986 [97]

United States Hockey Hall of Fame

Members of the New Jersey Devils inducted into the United States Hockey Hall of Fame
Individual Year inducted Years with franchise References
Herb Brooks 1990 1992–1993 [98]
Aaron Broten 2007 1980–1990 [99]
Neal Broten 2000 1995–1996 [100]
Bobby Carpenter 2007 1993–1999, 2000–2004 [101]
John Cunniff 2003 1989–1991, 2001–2002 [102]
Mike Emrick 2011 1982–1986, 1993–2011 [103]
Robbie Ftorek 1991 1991–1992, 1996–2000 [104]
Bill Guerin 2013 1991–1997 [105]
Phil Housley 2004 1996 [106]
Mark Johnson 2004 1985–1990 [107]
Lou Lamoriello 2012 1987–2015 [108]
Brian Rafalski 2014 1999–2007 [109]
Lou Vairo 2014 1984–1986 [110]
John Vanbiesbrouck 2007 2001–2002 [111]

Retired numbers

The Devils have retired five numbers. The Devils retired #4 for defenseman Scott Stevens in February 2006. Stevens was the team's captain for 13 seasons, and won the Conn Smythe Trophy as the most valuable player of the playoffs during the team's Stanley Cup victory in 2000. The following month, the team retired #3 in honor of longtime defenseman Ken Daneyko. Daneyko was drafted by the Devils in 1982, and spent his entire career with the team, retiring as the franchise's all-time leader in games played.[112] On December 16, 2011, the Devils raised Scott Niedermayer's #27 to the rafters. Niedermayer won three Stanley Cups with New Jersey (1995, 2000 and 2003) and served as captain during Scott Stevens' absence in 2004. On February 9, 2016, the Devils raised Martin Brodeur's #30 to the rafters. On February 24, 2018, the Devils retired Patrik Elias' #26 jersey, who spent his entire career with the Devils and retired holding several team's records.[113] Also out of circulation is the number 99 which was retired league-wide for Wayne Gretzky on February 6, 2000.[114] Gretzky did not play for the Devils during his 20-year NHL career and no Devils player had ever worn the number 99 prior to its retirement.[115]

New Jersey Devils retired numbers[116]
Number Player Position Years with Devils as a player Date of retirement ceremony References
3 Ken Daneyko Defense 1982–2003 March 24, 2006 [117]
4 Scott Stevens Defense 1991–2005 February 3, 2006 [118]
26 Patrik Elias Left Wing 1994–2016 February 24, 2018 [119]
27 Scott Niedermayer Defense 1991–2004 December 16, 2011 [120]
30 Martin Brodeur Goaltender 1990–2014 February 9, 2016 [121]

Team awards

Devils' Players' Player

The Devils' Players' Player is a team award voted on by the players.[122] The most recent recipient was goaltender Johan Hedberg, who won the award for a second year in a row in 2012. Jay Pandolfo and Scott Stevens have each won this award three times, the most of any Devil.[5]

Hugh Delano Unsung Hero

The Hugh Delano Unsung Hero is a Devils team award given each year and voted on by the players; it is named after Hugh Delano, who was a longtime writer who covered the Devils for the New York Post.[123] Defenseman Bryce Salvador and goaltender Johan Hedberg shared the award in 2011–12. There was a humorous mix-up at the awards dinner when rookie Adam Henrique was mistakenly announced as the winner.[124] Jay Pandolfo has won the award five times, more than any other player.[5]

Most Valuable Devil

The Most Valuable Devil is, as the name implies, the player judged most valuable to the team by his teammates.[122] Zach Parise won his second consecutive award in 2010, after becoming the first player in franchise history to score 30 goals in four consecutive seasons.[122] Martin Brodeur has won this award ten times, more than any other player.[5]

Three-Star Award

The Devils award the Three-Star Award to the player who is named one of a game's top three players, or "three stars", most often over the course of the regular season. Martin Brodeur has won the award eleven times, the most in team history.[5]

Other awards

New Jersey Devils who have received non-NHL awards
Award Description Winner Season References
Golden Hockey Stick Best Czech ice hockey player Patrik Elias 2008–09 [125]
Patrik Elias 2011–12
Jaromir Jagr 2013–14
Outstanding Performance Under Pressure ESPY Martin Brodeur 1996 [126]
Viking Award Most valuable Swedish player in NHL Patrik Sundstrom 1988–89 [127]

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